Berks Catholic

Mission Statement

  • Berks Catholic Mission

    Berks Catholic High School is centered on the four pillars of God, Family, Academics, and Fun. As a vibrant Christ-centered community, the Administration, Faculty, and Staff are dedicated to providing a challenging academic environment for a diverse population of young men and women. Through Christian principles, rooted in the Catholic tradition, we strive to positively impact our students spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally, so they can live productive lives of service in this world and attain eternal life.

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Saints in the Spotlight

Saints on Social Media

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 - Mr. Tony Balistrere, Principal
 - Mr. Josh Ditsky, College and Career Counseling
  - Mr. Bill Hess, Athletics


  • Quote of the Week
    Ability to Recognize
    "A writer arrived at the monastery to write a book about the Master.  "People say you are a genius," he asked. "Are you?"
    "You might say so," said the Master, none too modestly.
    "And what makes one a genius?"
    "The ability to recognize."
    "Recognize what?"
    "To recognize the butterfly in a caterpillar; the eagle in an egg; the saint in a selfish human being," said the Master.  Anthony de Mello, SJ
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  • Lunch Menu
    Berks Catholic is now using a computerized point of sale system in the cafeteria.  You can now make payments online or send in payments to the cafeteria.  Please click the following links for more information:
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  • MORP 2014
    The MORP will be held on Sunday, November 30, 2014 at the Inn at Reading.  Please click on the link for additional information and Memo of Understanding.  All guests must sign a Memo of Understanding.  All financial obligations must be up to date before you may purchase a ticket. 
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  • NHS Food Drive
    Berks Catholic NHS is again teaming up with the Greater Berks Food Bank and the Notre Dame Club of Reading in the 2nd Annual Bread of Life Food Drive.  We are asking all interested students to bring 2 non-perishable items to school on Friday, October 24 in exchange for a dress down day.   Please see the flyer for collectable items:  2nd Annual Bread of Life Food Drive
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  • Kaplan Practice Test - SAT/ACT Practice Test
    Take a Practice Test at Berks Catholic!  Please click on the link for more information and registration:  Kaplan Practice Test: SAT/ACT Practice Test
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  • Saints Locker
    Be sure to visit our school store, The Saints Locker, for all your uniform needs and school spirit wear. The Saints Locker will be open Monday-Friday from 10:30am to 1:00pm.  Any questions, please call the school store during business hours at 610-374-8361 ext. 255.
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