Vandebilt Catholic High School has a rich history as a school in the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux. As the only Catholic secondary school in Terrebonne Parish, which is predominately Catholic, Vandebilt serves the important function as the sole provider of a Catholic, Christian, values-based education for adolescents of the families in this constituency and beyond. Vandebilt Catholic High School was founded by the Marianites of Holy Cross in 1870 and is continued by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.
Vandebilt Catholic High School is committed to spiritual formation and academic excellence in an environment rooted in Catholic values and in the teachings of Jesus Christ. Within the context of a caring and orderly atmosphere, Vandebilt Catholic offers a college-preparatory curriculum and stresses a personal approach to the education of the whole student through diverse academic, athletic, and cocurricular programs.
We cultivate a family atmosphere in which administrators, teachers, students, and parents work together harmoniously to promote love of neighbor, love of God, and good citizenship. Vandebilt Catholic High School fosters intellectual growth while challenging students to actualize individual potential.