Falcon Facts


Falcon Facts!

  • 99% of the 2016 graduates entered post-secondary education.
  • In the past 5 years, our graduates have received over $49 million of collegiate scholarships.
  • 92% of the students participate in extra-curricular activities.
  • 1 priest, 1 sister of charity , 2 counselors and 37 faculty are on staff. 
  • The campus sits on 66 acres and includes a beautiful chapel, modern classrooms equipped with advanced technology, a performing arts facility, state-of-the-art labs, two gymnasiums, and the following outdoor facilities: two baseball fields, two softball fields, five tennis courts, an eight-lane regulation track, a football stadium with two practice football fields, a soccer/lacrosse stadium with two practice soccer/lacrosse fields, and a band practice area complete with a tower.
  • Enrollment for the 2016-2017 academic year is 533 students.
  • Average class size is 19.
  • Student to teacher ratio is 15:1.
  • More than 25 Clubs are available to our students to keep them engaged in activities of interest and service to the community.
  • More than 85% of the students enrolled are Catholic.
  • 8 Advanced Placement courses are offered AP US History, AP World History, AP English IV, AP Calculus, AP Government, AP Latin and AP Art in addition to the College Courses/Post-Secondary Education Option. Success in these courses provides students college credit prior to enrollment into college.
  • One of the top ranking high schools in the area with the percentage of our students named national merit finalists, semi-finalists and commended students.
  • 55 grade schools, 32 parishes and 41 zip codes throughout greater Cincinnati and greater Dayton areas represent the student body.
  • 100% of the student body participates in community service activities.
  • Athletic teams participate in the highly competitive Greater Catholic League (Co-ed)
  • The following varsity sports are offered: baseball, girls and boys basketball, boys bowling, cross country, football, girls and boys golf, girls and boys lacrosse, girls and boys soccer, swimming, girls and boys tennis, track, girls and boys volleyball, and wrestling.
  • The Falcon Force marching band hosts an annual competition on our campus attracting high school bands from the tri-state area which is a Mid-States Band Association syndicated event.
  • Bishop Fenwick High School is named for Bishop Edward D. Fenwick, the first bishop of Cincinnati.
  • Bishop Fenwick High School is 64-years old, founded in 1952 by Fr. Julian Krusling. 
  • There are more than 5,000+ alumni.
  • Bishop Fenwick High School is home of the Falcons and Falcon Country bleeds crimson and gold.
  • School hours are from 8:25 am to 3pm.