Conwell-Egan Catholic High School proudly prepares its students to be leaders at the college and career level through a rigorous, traditional academic program.
The goal of academics at CEC is to prepare our students not only to get into the top colleges and universities in the nation, but to become leaders once they’re there.
Additionally, at the center of Conwell-Egan Catholic’s academic philosophy are the teachings of Jesus Christ. Meaning, at our institution, every student will have the opportunity to explore and enhance their faith in God, as well as their thirst for knowledge.
To graduate from Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, a student must earn a minimum of 26 academic credits, satisfy the State of Pennsylvania requirement for physical education and fulfill community service requirements through our Franciscan Service Program.
Special Academic Opportunities
Once students pass the basic course requirements, they are encouraged to expand on their achievements through Advanced Placement courses and explore an exciting range of electives. Students may also pursue Dual-Enrollment through Holy Family University, to earn college credits while attending CEC.
Mr. Matthew Fischer ’04
Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs
215-945-6200 ext. 403