As a Catholic school, Weirton Madonna seeks to prepare its students for a successful future spiritually, intellectually, physically, and socially in the environment of a caring community in the service of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Handbooks and Other Information
2022-2023 Parent – Student Handbook
2022-2023 Madonna Chromebook Policies
Modified Block Schedule Information
2022-2023 Guideline for Formal Dresses
Protecting God’s Children VIRTUS Overview
Teaching Boundaries and Safety Guide
Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston Reporting Policy
Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston Code of Conduct
Diocesan Policy Relating to Sexual Abuse of Children
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“As a parent we always wonder if we are making the right decision for our child. One of the absolute best decisions we have made was to transfer to Madonna. Not only are we getting a great education, we gained a new FAMILY .”
“We chose Madonna High School because we felt they provided a safe family-like Christian environment. We love the fact that so many parents as well as the community are so involved and supportive of the school. The teachers believe in their students and encourage them. We are looking forward to exciting new opportunities in the coming years.”
“I am so thankful for the diverse opportunities that Madonna High School offers our child through its religion studies and other life experiences. At Madonna High School the children receive far more than a high school education. MHS is a gem in the community”
“We enjoy going to Madonna high School because the small class size allows us to get individualized attention and help from teachers. The atmosphere of the school is always inviting and welcoming. We really feel like a family here!”
I did not attend Madonna High School but I have always admired the percentage of students from Madonna that went on to colleges and universities. I remember seeing the commercials about the students going to further their education and the scholarships the students would receive. I could tell that special things were happening at Madonna.
When I had the opportunity to teach at Madonna I was extremely grateful and accepted the position. It really is like a family teaching here at Madonna. You get to know the students, their parents and their siblings. It makes a great atmosphere to teach in and the administrators, teachers and staff all work very well together.
“I love being at Madonna because it is a secure place, and we have the opportunity to learn about God every day. I also love to see my peers as well the wonderful staff.”
“At Madonna, we are constantly being supported and set on the right path. Our teachers are great, our sports are exciting, and the students care about each other. We go to a small school, but we’re a big family.”
“Madonna was, is now, and always will be where young men and women build their foundations. One of the greatest blessings is to watch students grow academically, develop their future goals and to the become an alumnus who says, ‘thank you’.”
“My son found a place that feels like home and found that “thing” that was missing. Madonna is a safe haven.”
“As a proud parent of a Madonna graduate and a senior, I am happy to express my gratitude to Madonna High School. Not only have my boys thrived academically, but they have grown in their faith. I loved the community feeling of the school and the smaller class size. The school provided a safe, supportive environment that encouraged them to reach their full potential spiritually, academically, and athletically.”
AT A GLANCE
- Madonna High School is a Catholic high school for grades 7 through 12. Financially supported chiefly by the Catholic faith community, the school welcomes students from all faiths.
- Students are admitted on the basis of grades, test scores, and recommendations from the school last attended.
- Madonna High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin in the administration of its educational policies, or extra-curricular school administrative programs.
- Madonna High School is a member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and is accredited by the AdvancED/North Central Commission (NCA)
The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement