York Catholic High School

York Catholic High School is a Catholic high school located in York, Pennsylvania, USA, and operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg for boys and girls in the 7th through 12th grades.

Its mission: "York Catholic bases both its curriculum and extra-curricular activities on the Gospel values of Jesus as articulated in the Roman Catholic tradition. They strive to provide a safe, family-oriented environment that will encourage sound academics and respect for self and others. They encourage and challenge all students to develop a mature, faith-filled and moral vision of themselves and their world by nurturing the spiritual, social, intellectual, emotional and physical needs."

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York Catholic High School - Controversy
... York Catholic has not been without controversy ... of themselves in their dresses to ensure compliance with the school's established dress code ... that "all students be in uniform upon entering the school building." After this rule was established, many students received detention for something as simple as having a button undone in the ...

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