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The Spirit of a Squire

Side by side, cheering on their fellow Squires, Delone Catholic students support one another as they learn, grow, and perform.

Campus Life

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Rooted in Faith

Squires study Scripture, pray together, and offer works of mercy in service to the Church, the school, and the greater community. 

Spiritual Life

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Growing in Wisdom

Squires study in required and elective courses, providing knowledge and skills needed for continued academic success, while celebrating each student's unique passions and gifts.


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Prepared to Perform

Whether on the stage, on the court, or on the field, Squires put in the effort to develop self-discipline and virtue that will serve them for life.

Athletics     The Arts

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Surrounded by Support

Squires find themselves surrounded by family, clergy, teachers and staff, alumni and generous community supporters.

Alumni & Friends

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With an Eye on the Future

At Delone Catholic, Squires prepare for college, careers, military service, and religious vocations. 

The Class of 2023

Training Noble Servant Leaders for the Modern World

Delone Catholic High School prepares young men and women to lead and to serve as "Doers of the Word" in any vocation to which God calls them.

Your Squirehood Starts Here


Squirehood is an intense period of formation after which one graduates to Knighthood, prepared to go into the world ready to engage in the defense of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness against those who challenge it with Falsehood and Evil. Our Squires will spend their time at Delone Catholic High School preparing to be holy and noble servant leaders.

Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. (Ephesians 6: 13)

News & Events

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Athetic Train applies tape to an athlete's knee

Delone Catholic is pleased to announce that WellSpan Sports Medicine will be offering its high-quality, comprehensive sports medicine services to students. As a leading healthcare provider in the region, WellSpan is committed to supporting the health and well-being of student-athletes.

With the agreement beginning officially on July 1, 2024, WellSpan will provide one full-time licensed athletic trainer and a sports medicine-trained team physician to Delone Catholic. This dedicated team will not only support the athletic trainer but also provide varsity home football game coverage, ensuring the safety and care of the athletes.

Read More about WellSpan to Provide Sports Medicine Services to Delone Catholic Starting Summer of 2024
Graduation Caps being tossed into the air

In a joyful culmination of four years of accomplishment and aspiration, Delone Catholic High School held commencement exercises for the Class of 2024 on Friday, May 17, 2024, at 6:30 p.m. in the Lawrence B. “Sonny” Sheppard, Jr. Memorial Gymnasium. Bishop Timothy C. Senior, Twelfth Bishop of the Diocese of Harrisburg, conferred the diplomas. 

Read More about Delone Catholic Class of 2024 Graduates; Offered more than $12.4 million in scholarships
Track and Field District Medalists

On Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, when 22 members of the Delone Catholic track and field teams competed at the District III 2A championships at Shippensburg University, 15 of those athletes won at least one medal!

Samantha Bealmear '26 won her third career district medal with fifth place in the 800m, recording a personal record of 2:26.

Emma Bunty '24 won her fifth career district medal with sixth place in the 100 hurdles with a 16.85.

Kaitlyn Schwarz '24 won her first district medal with sixth place in the javelin at 95-11. Laura Knobloch '24 took home her second career district medal with eighth place in javelin at 95-1. 

Braden Smith '25 won his third career district medal with eighth place in the 200m with a 22.86. 

The boys' 4x100 relay team, comprised of John Paul Groves '25, Max Holz '27, Nolan Kruse '25, and Braden Smith '25, won fourth place for the second year in a row. 

The girls' 4x800 relay team, comprised of Samantha Bealmear '26, Kaylie Brown '26, Sophia Kennedy '25, and Ann King '27, won seventh place, medaling at districts for the second year in a row. 

The boys' 4x800 relay team, comprised of Evan Donnelly '25, Jack Goedecker '24, Owen Igantowski '25, and Ryan Young '25, won eighth place. It was their first time qualifying since 2008 and the first time medaling since 2007. 

We congratulate the whole track and field team on an outstanding season!

Read More about Track and Field Athletes Shine at District III 2A Championships
2024 Baseball Team

The Delone Catholic baseball team will play Kutztown in the District III 2A Championship Game on Thursday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Earl Wenger Field in Fredericksburg, Pa. 

The softball team will also play on Thursday, May 23, at 4:15 p.m., as they host Fairfield in the District III 2A semifinal. 

Tickets for both contests must be purchased online at

District III Championship apparel can be purchased at

Read More about Baseball Squires to Play for District III 2A Championship
Sideline Store Grand Opening

Hey, #SquireNation!

Heads up! Your NEW 24/7 DELONE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Sideline Store is officially up and running. To celebrate, we're offering fans an epic, month-long promotion--20% OFF sitewide when you use code SPIRIT20. Stop reading and start shopping to score the latest fan wear and accessories. Then get out there and cheer on your team.

Read More about Introducing our 24/7 Online Squire BSN Sideline Store!

By The Numbers


College Partners

Our college partners offer guaranteed acceptance and merit scholarships to students who meet GPA and test score requirements.


hours of service by the Class of 2024

Every Squire lives out the school motto, "Be Doers of the Word (James 1:22)" in acts of service to their Church, school, and community.


of the Class of 2024 earned college scholarship offers

The investment in a Delone Catholic education pays dividends for graduates pursuing higher education. Colleges, universities, and other organizations offered the Class of 2024 more than $12,467,620 in scholarships.


 of the Class of 2024 enrolled in an Advanced Placement® course while in high school.

Not only do our Squires graduate prepared for the next step in their education, some earn college credits while still in high school. 


of the Class of 2024 Completed an Internship in High School

Internships allow Squires to gain practical experience while exploring careers of particular interest to individual students. 


Student : Teacher Ratio

Small class sizes allow teachers to engage with each student and to provide for individual learning needs.


Devices per Student

The school issues a Chromebook to each Squire for educational use over four years. Upon graduation, the device becomes the property of the graduate. 


Virtual Electives Offered

A partnership with Virtual High School allows Squires to personalize their curriculum with dozens of virtual electives.