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Pomona Catholic High School, a tradition of excellence since 1898, seeks to offer young women a safe, nurturing, and challenging college preparatory education in a Catholic environment. Our mission is to nurture our students to be active and creative; demonstrate a sense of understanding and compassion for others; and possess the courage to act on their beliefs. more...
Pomona Catholic School celebrated Founder's Day Mass on October 9, 2015. We honored the Felician … Read More
Teen Leadership Camp (TLC) is an intensive training program for 8th grade students. Talented young … Read More
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Mission & Philosphy
Pomona Catholic School, a tradition of excellence in the eastern San Gabriel Valley since 1898, serves students of all socioeconomic backgrounds from the local community, surrounding cities, and abroad, by offering a safe, nurturing, and challenging college preparatory education in a Catholic environment, based on our four pillars: Faith, Scholarship, Tradition, and Empowerment.
Pomona Catholic School, a culturally diverse, Los Angeles Archdiocesan all girls’ high school and coed middle school, fosters the development of the whole person, stressing academic excellence, personal integrity, and sensitivity to others in their spiritual journeys. Acknowledging parents as the primary educators, Pomona Catholic seeks to work with them throughout their children’s adolescence, offering a comprehensive curriculum which serves a range of ability levels. Strong co-curricular and athletic programs enhance the social and physical development of each student, building confidence and leadership. Synthesizing traditional values with 21st century technologies, we help middle school students transition to the rigors of high school work and educate high school women to be both proficient and Christ centered, prepared for any future educational situation, demonstrating compassion, creativity, and the courage to act on their beliefs.