Our Mission & History

Our Mission: To assist parents in forming disciples of Christ who enrich the culture as stewards of God's gifts.
In September 1962, Bishop Mark K. Carroll established an all-boys high school in order to meet the growing needs of Wichita’s west side parishes. Notre Dame High School was located at 3100 W. Douglas, in a property formerly occupied by Mt. Carmel Academy. Future Bishop of the Diocese of Wichita Rev. Eugene Gerber was among the first full-time teachers for the 1962-1963 school year, which opened with a single freshman class of 180 boys. On September 6, 1964, Notre Dame High School moved to a brand new state-of-the art facility at 8101 W. Central and was officially rechristened Bishop Mark K. Carroll High School.