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Bergen Catholic High School

Bergen Catholic High School
Deus Vult
"God Wills It"
1040 Oradell Avenue
Oradell, NJ, (Bergen County), 07649
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic,
Congregation of Christian Brothers
Established 1955
School code BGB
President Brother Brian M. Walsh, C.F.C.
Principal Timothy McElhinney
Chaplain Father Colin Kay
Faculty 43.0 (on FTE basis)[1]
Grades 912
Enrollment 745 (September 2015)
Average class size 25
Student to teacher ratio 17.2:1[1]
Campus type Suburban
Color(s)      Scarlet and
     Gold [2]
Slogan Developing leaders in Mind, Body & Spirit.
Song Lead on Bergen Catholic High
Athletics 17 varsity sports
Athletics conference Big North Conference
Sports Football, Basketball, Soccer, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Volleyball, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Bowling, Baseball, Cross Country, Wrestling, Track and Field, Crew and Skiing
Mascot Crusader
Team name Crusaders
Rival Don Bosco Prep, St. Joseph Regional
Accreditation Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools[3]
Average SAT scores 580 Math
590 Verbal
570 Writing
Average ACT scores 25 (Class of 2015)
Publication The Talisman (literary magazine)
Newspaper The Herald
Yearbook The Crusader
Tuition $15,725 (2015)[4]
Alumni 11,000+
Associate Principal Marianna Cornelison
Assistant Principal for Discpline Peter Coleman
Assistant Principal for Student Life Jack McGovern '76
Director of Admissions Joseph R. Haemmerle '86
Director of Guidance Jackie Rukaj

Bergen Catholic High School is an all-male Roman Catholic high school in Oradell, Bergen County, New Jersey, United States, serving students in ninth through twelfth grade.[5] The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1989.[3]

Bergen Catholic operates under the supervision of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.[6] Bergen Catholic draws students from a wide geographic area that includes over 100 North Jersey communities, Rockland, Orange, Westchester counties and New York City.

As of September 2013, the school had an enrollment of 745 students and 43.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a Student–teacher ratio of 17.2:1.[1]


  • Academics 1
    • Technology 1.1
  • Activities 2
    • Mock trial team 2.1
  • Athletics 3
    • Football 3.1
    • Wrestling 3.2
    • Basketball 3.3
    • Golf 3.4
  • Notable alumni 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


All students are required to graduate with at least 140 credits. Senior year electives include college credit courses from Seton Hall University, allowing students to earn credits that are transferable to many colleges and universities and allow the student advance standing in courses that have included English, Spanish, Italian, Biology, Chemistry, and History. The curriculum requirements for graduation are three years of learning in world languages (Chinese, Italian, Latin and Spanish), social studies/history and science. Four years requirement of mathematics, English, religion, computer science and physical education. General electives include visual art, jazz ensemble, orchestra, vocal ensemble and music editing and recording. Bergen Catholic offers more than 35 honors and Advanced Placement courses.

Students who are qualified may apply and be accepted into the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Italian Honor Society Chinese Honor Society, Latin Honor Society Mathematics National Honor Society, History Honor Society Visual Arts, and Tri-M Music Honor Society.


As part of Bergen Catholic High School's laptop program which began with the class of 2007, students buy a ThinkPad through the school as their own laptop for completing work that requires internet access and for taking notes. Uses of the computer include PowerSchool and Edline help everyone in the school community stay up to date on news, announcements and grades. The school custom-installs software on each student's computer, such as the screen monitoring program DyKnow and various test programs. In the fall of 2013, the campus increased its bandwidth from 50 megabits per second to one Gig or 1000 megabits per second to accommodate the use of more devices. In addition to the network upgrades, 5 new classrooms have been fit with 75 HDTVs that have AppleTV capabilities. The school has recently announced the shift to Apple products for the 2014-2015 school year.

Sites, software and apps such as Glogster, Google Apps, Naviance, DyKnow and Turnitin are used as part of the learning experience at Bergen Catholic.


Activities within the school include CCA (Crusaders for Catholic Action, a Catholic activist group), the Student Government, The Herald school newspaper, The Crusader yearbook, Tomorrow's Children/Crusaders Against Cancer, ski club, chess club, green club, USO, stock market club, and an award-winning mock trial team.

Bergen Catholic also offers a program of intramural sports for students not on the school's interscholastic teams: golf, basketball, tennis, bowling, volleyball, and ping pong. A program of weight training is available.

BCTV is the school's own television crew. BCTV presents a TV show every day at 8 am before first period which shows the cafeteria menu for the day, news of the day, and recaps the previous day in Crusader sport contests.

Mock trial team

Bergen Catholic has one of the most successful mock trial teams in New Jersey, with ten county championships (in 1985, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2010 and 2015) and four state titles (in 1985, 1989, 1991, and 2000), as well as a National Championship.[7] In 1991, Bergen Catholic High School won the National High School Mock Trial Championships held in New Orleans, Louisiana.[8] Bergen Catholic returned to the national championship hosted in Columbia, South Carolina in 2000 after going undefeated in the County, Regional and State tournaments. The 1999-2000 team ultimately finished 4th in the country, with three "Outstanding Attorney" awards.

In the 2008-09 season the team made it to the county finals, losing to [10]


The Bergen Catholic Crusaders compete as a member of the Big North Conference (United Division), a super conference that includes some 40 public and private high schools in Northern New Jersey that operates under the supervision of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association.[11] Until the NJSIAA's 2009 realignment, the school had participated in Division C of the Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League, which was made up of high schools located in Bergen County, Essex County and Passaic County, and was separated into three divisions based on NJSIAA size classification.[12]

Bergen Catholic has a long-standing rivalry with fellow Catholic schools Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey[13] and St. Joseph Regional High School in Montvale.

Bergen Catholic offers 17 sports at the varsity level:


Bergen Catholic has one of the most successful programs in New Jersey. The Crusaders are 16-time state champions (1963, 1965, 1966, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1986, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2004[14]), while holding an all-time record of 365-130-12. A record of 99-10 between 1990 and 1999 made Bergen Catholic the winningest football program in the state of New Jersey for the decade of the 1990s.[15] The undefeated 1992 team's championship game with Paramus Catholic High School, which Bergen won 44-34, was voted "Game of the Century" by the Bergen Record.[16] Quite possibly the most anticipated high school game in New Jersey history was their championship game in 1998, when BC won the Parochial Group IV championship by defeating rival St. Joseph Regional 35-9 in the final at Giants Stadium. The 1998 team was 12-0, #1 in New Jersey, #9 in USA Today national poll, and was voted "Team of the Century" by the Bergen Record.[17]

Since 1998, the program has been to the state championship game 12 times. In 2004, the team went to Giants Stadium to play archrival Don Bosco Prep and won the state championship with a 13-10 victory, thanks to the play of Brian Cushing.[18] Cushing would later go on to become one of two players to have started in four Rose Bowl football games (Archie Griffin of Ohio State University was the other)[19] as well as an All-American at USC and a 1st round draft pick of the Houston Texans who was named NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2009.


The Crusader wrestling program has been the most successful in Bergen County over the past two decades. Bergen Catholic has won the Bergen County Championship 19 times (1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015), most in county history and hold the record for most consecutive titles by winning nine straight from 1999-2007. The Crusaders have won the North Parochial "A" state sectional title 17 times (1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015) and in 9 of those seasons they have gone on to win the overall Parochial "A" state championship (1991, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2003, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015). One of the most memorable of those state championship wins came in Trenton in 2003 where the Crusaders upset heavily favored Camden Catholic High School 40-30.[20] In addition to state and county titles, BC has won the District crown in 25 consecutive seasons (1990–2014). BC has also seen six of its wrestlers win a total of eleven individual state championships. The 2013-2014 team won their first Star-Ledger Trophy as the #1 ranked team in the state of New Jersey and was ranked within the top ten in various national polls.[21][22]


Bergen Catholic won their first Bergen County Jamboree in 1977, and has a total of nine county championships with the most recent in 2015. Through the history of the Bergen County Jamboree, Bergen Catholic holds the most total games played, total wins, and championship appearances. They also rank second in appearances and championships. Bergen has won nine North Parochial "A" state sectional championships and three Parochial "A" state championships. Their most recent success came in the 2001-02 and 2002-03. The 2001 team captured the school's first state championship in more than 10 years with a 71-69 win over St. Augustine Prep.[23] The team would make it to the semi-finals of the Tournament of Champions where they eventually fell to St. Anthony. The 2002-03 team consisted of five Division I players. They finished with a 25-4 record and a #3 ranking in New Jersey. They captured the school's most recent Bergen County Jamboree along with another sectional championship.[24]" The Crusaders won the 2015 Bergen County Jamboree by a 66-44 score in the tournament final, defeating a Teaneck High School team that had previously won four consecutive Jamboree championships.[25]


The Bergen Catholic golf program has earned 101 championship titles,[26] nine Tournament of Champions titles[27] and 52 league titles. Coach Jim Jacobsen is the winningest golf coach in state athletics history and has been at the helm since 1983.[28] The most recent being May 2015, where the program captured the State Meet of Champions trophy and the number 1 ranking in the state.[29]

Notable alumni


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