Faith. Excellence. Service. This is Catholic.

  • Founded in 1873, and the longest continuously running non-public school in the State of Alabama, Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School is a regional K4-12 college preparatory school whose Catholic mission calls us to an inclusive admission process. Serving the Catholic parishes of the Montgomery metro area in the Archdiocese of Mobile, we welcome students of all faiths to apply to our program.

    We recognize that God has given each student gifts and that it is our responsibility to nurture them. We are proud to serve students of all academic skill levels and help them reach their God-given potential. In partnership with parents and teachers, we strive to develop the students’ unique talents so that they may graduate ready for a college education. At Montgomery Catholic, the adult community is committed to the success of each student and the education of the whole child.

    All campuses of Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School  are accredited by AdvancEd.

    We have three distinct programs: elementary campuses at St. Bede and Holy Spirit (K4 through 6), a Middle School (7-8) and a High School (9-12).

     

Holy Spirit Campus

  • Holy Spirit Elementary

    Grades K-4 through 6
    8580 Vaughn Road
    Montgomery, AL  36117
    Phone: (334) 649-4404
    Fax: (334) 649-4409

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St. Bede Campus

  • St. Bede Elementary

    Grades K-4 through 6
    3850 Atlanta Highway
    Montgomery, AL  36109
    Phone: (334) 272-3033
    Fax: (334) 272-9394

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Middle/High School Campus

  • 5350 Vaughn Road
    Montgomery, AL  36116

    Middle School

    Grades 7 & 8
    Phone: (334) 272-2465
    Fax: (334) 272-2330

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    High School

    Grades 9 through 12
    Phone: (334) 272-7220
    Fax: (334) 272-2440

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School History

  • Since 1873, Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School has provided an exceptional education program, as the longest continuosly running non-public K4-12 school in the State of Alabama, our history is rich. To read more click here.