As a Catholic high school, Bishop Hendricken has a commitment to meeting learners where they are and helping them flourish. We work with students and parents to provide the support necessary for success inside and outside of the classroom.
The Bishop Hendricken Library & Media Center provides space and access for students, faculty, and staff in pursuit of their studies. The library maintains a collection of over 17,000 titles, including e-books, and subscribes to several databases necessary for research, essays, and projects.
Established in 2015, the mission of the Bishop Hendricken High School Academic Support Center is to support classroom instruction by providing assistance to teacher-referred students with a variety of strategies to facilitate their learning. These strategies include, but are not limited to, study skills, essay preparation, peer tutoring, goal-setting, test preparation, executive functioning skills, and self-advocacy for their academic growth.
The Bridge to Success program is designed for students who have been out of school on extended absences due to medical, mental, or emotional circumstances. The program’s goal is to successfully and gradually reintegrate students into the full Hendricken experience — inside and outside of the classroom.
The Hawks’ Writing Center is modeled after college writing centers in which students staff spaces to help their peers with any step of the writing process. Students can get writing help for any subject. The Center is open to all students who might want help and is staffed by members of the National English Honor Society.