At a Glance

Why Bishop Hendricken?


Bishop Hendricken is first and foremost a Catholic school committed to the Gospel values, Christ’s message, and the mission of the Church. Here, that means fearlessly and fervently serving the poor, marginalized, voiceless, and those facing injustice.


Through their experience at Bishop Hendricken, boys become men who are more in every way: academically prepared, artistically enriched, athletically competitive, spiritually nurtured, and socially conscious.


Nestled on 34 acres in the Warwick Neck area of Warwick, our suburban campus is home to 5 academic levels, 4 arts programs, 17 varsity sports, 30+ clubs, and 650 young men eager to be more, to do more, and to give more.

Points of Pride


National Merit & Commended Scholars


Cities & Towns Students Call Home


State Championships


Students in the Arts


Alumni & Counting


College Placement


Million Awarded in College Scholarships & Grants


Hendricken Perspectives

Learn about the Hendricken experience from the people who live it: students, parents, faculty, and alumni.

Campus & Grounds

  • Dr. Frank A. DeLucia ’70 Leadership Center for Excellence
  • 4 science laboratories for biology, chemistry & physics
  • Library & Media Center
  • Peter T. Pastore, Jr. '77 Technology Center
  • Jamal Gomes ’91 Court at Pepin Gymnasium
  • McNally Gymnasium
  • Ron Mosca ’73 Weight Room
  • Br. Feerick Field at Dennis P. Hayden '71 Stadium
  • Track at Dennis P. Hayden '71 Stadium
  • Ray Pepin Field
  • 5 tennis courts
  • 2 practice fields
  • Outdoor basketball and street hockey courts
  • Dr. Daniel S. Harrop Theater
  • Br. John Kiernan Scene Shop
  • Robert Venditto Visual Art Gallery
  • Ni-Ro-Pe Digital Media Studio
  • Band room
  • Choral room & piano lab
  • Visual art studio
  • Individual rehearsal rooms
Campus & Student Life
  • Blessed Edmund Rice Chapel
  • Outdoor Prayer Garden
  • Campus Ministry Suite
  • Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Wall
  • War Memorial Prayer Garden
  • School Counseling Suite
  • Cafeteria & dining commons
  • Hawk’s Nest Bookstore