Roncalli High School (Wisconsin)

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Roncalli High School
2000 Mirro Drive
Manitowoc, (Manitowoc County), Wisconsin 54220
United States
Coordinates 44°7′35″N 87°37′55″W / 44.12639°N 87.63194°W / 44.12639; -87.63194Coordinates: 44°7′35″N 87°37′55″W / 44.12639°N 87.63194°W / 44.12639; -87.63194
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1965
Oversight Diocese of Green Bay
President John Stelzer
Principal Tim Olson
Grades 912
Gender Coeducational
Enrollment 300
Campus size 15 Acres
Campus type closed
Color(s) Navy blue and columbia blue         
Athletics Cross country (boys), track and field, golf, tennis, basketball, volleyball, swimming
Athletics conference Eastern Wisconsin
Team name Jets
Rival Valders Vikings, Two Rivers Purple Raiders
Accreditation AdvancED[1]
Yearbook The Pilot
Athletic Director Dave Mueller

Roncalli High School is a private, Catholic high school located in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA. It is owned by the Diocese of Green Bay. Founded in 1965 by the De La Salle Christian Brothers,[2] Roncalli High School is named for Pope John XXIII (né Angelo Roncalli). Roncalli offers a college-prep curriculum.

The school's mascot is the Jets, and its gymnasium is known as "the Hangar".[citation needed] A Fine Arts Center for the visual and performing arts is the newest addition. The Zimmer Auditorium hosts four dramatic productions and six instrumental and choral concerts each year.

The school offers AP classes, including AP chemistry, AP physics, AP human biology, AP U.S. history and AP calculus.[citation needed]

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "AdvancED Institution Summary: Roncalli High School". AdvancED. Retrieved April 24, 2018. 
  2. ^ [1]

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