Please help support Kolbe Cathedral and several other Diocese of Bridgeport Schools win a technology integration contest through Collaboration Nation!

Please click on the video link to the left and watch as many times as you can! The more views & likes, the more votes for Kolbe and our sister schools!

News & Events

Congratulations to Kolbe Senior Stephani Narvaez, who has been 
awarded the Smilow-Burroughs Clubhouse Girl of the Year award and chosen to represent Wakemen as the Club Youth of the Year in the Boys & Girls Club of America's State Youth of the Year competition!

On May 6th at the Capitol in Hartford, Stefani will have the opportunity to be named state youth of the year, a regional finalist, or even the national youth of the year!

Congratulations to our Youth & Government delegates on their successful trip to the State Conference at the Capitol Building in Hartford! Watch a slideshow of their trip!

On Friday, March 13th, Kolbe students competed in the 5th Annual JA
Business Challenge at Fairfield University. They competed against 14 other schools in a business simulation game called Titan. Carolyn Spencer, Anjali Pillai, Elijah Stephenson, and Casey McNally, advanced to the winner’s bracket, taking second place. They will each receive a $500 scholarship. 
From left to right – Casey McNally, Elijah Stephenson, Anjali Pillai, Carolyn Spenser

Ambar Romaro (far right), a senior at Kolbe Cathedral High School,
was honored at the White House as one of the three national finalists in the National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge! Read more here!

Wed. April 1 – End of 3rd Marking Period
Thurs. April 2 – No School, Holy Thursday
Fri. April 3 – No School, Good Friday
Mon. April 6 – No School, Easter Monday
Wed. April 8 – Report Card Conferences 1-3 & 5-7pm
Mon. April 13- Fri. April 17 – No School Spring Recess
Mon. April 20 – Faculty Meeting
Wed. April 29 – Cougar Teams

About Kolbe

Kolbe Cathedral High School is a Catholic co-educational, four-year urban high school established by the Diocese of Bridgeport dedicated to serving a diverse, multicultural population. It currently has an enrollment of about 325 students. Kolbe Cathedral High School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the Connecticut Department of Education. 

The professional staff includes religious and lay members. Admission is open to all students who, on the basis of a placement test and admission process, qualify for admission. The mission is to empower students with knowledge, skills and Catholic values. Members of the school community are expected to “Work Hard and Be Nice.” The school and family form a partnership to foster the development of young Christian men and women academically, spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically. Successful completion of four years at Kolbe Cathedral produces an individual who exhibits caring for others in the spirit of Christianity, sharing of knowledge, skills and talents for the good of others, and strength of character that dares to make a difference by living the Gospel message.

Serving Bridgeport and the surrounding communities for fifty years, Kolbe Cathedral High School’s mission is to empower our learning community with knowledge, skills and Catholic values. Kolbe Cathedral’s rigorous college preparatory program embraces Twenty-first Century skills while respecting the time tested traditions of Catholic education.

Donate to Kolbe Cathedral

Dear Alumni and Friends of Kolbe Cathedral High School,

Each year, Kolbe Cathedral depends on gifts from alumni and other friends of the school to close the gap between the operating expenses and income from tuition, the diocese and other sources. Now more than ever, your contributions are needed help to support our scholarship and financial aid programs. 

These vital programs allow us to remain affordable and offer much needed assistance to many youngsters who desire a Kolbe Cathedral education. Our graduates continue their education at Yale, Cornell, Salve Regina, Fairfield University, Sacred Heart, UConn, and many other fine institutions of higher education. Thank you for helping us to empower our students with knowledge, skills and Gospel values.

With deep gratitude,

Jo-Anne Jakab,