Liz, a junior at Memphis Catholic, was just recently elected by her peers to the Memphis Youth City Council as the District 5 Representative. Liz was formally introduced to Mayor Strickland, who noted that he was excited for her fresh eyes for new problems, as she will be a part of impacting politics and change here in Memphis. By learning more about the city government, Liz will become a part of it and perhaps even propose her own legislation. Check out her start clip on the news this week! Represent us well, Liz!
Since its founding in 1922, Memphis Catholic has firmly believed that the most exhilarating environment for learning includes not only discipline and challenge, but also a loving and supportive faculty, intent on cultivating knowledge and conscientious advancement of the students. Educating our students well is at the core of our efforts.
Memphis Catholic strives to impart knowledge and build self-confidence in an environment conducive to the betterment of self and the deepening of civic duty. We nurture the development of spiritual identity and Christian discipleship through service to God and others, and prepare our students for success by providing Education That Works.
As the school continues to serve the young people of Memphis today, we are very aware of the great traditions which have come before. Our hope is that this site can be a source of happy memories and, hopefully, help facilitate re-engaging you and your classmates in the critical work of the preparing the next generation for the future.