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 Week of November 28, 2022
Dear Paramus Catholic Families,
     Welcome back to school. Our return marks the first week of the Advent season, a time of spiritual preparation by the faithful anticipating the birth of our Lord. The Advent season begins this year on Sunday, November 27, and will end with the celebration of the birth of Jesus. Advent is a time of reflection, prayer, sacrifice, and affirmation with each candle on the Advent wreath representing an aspect of waiting. Week one celebrates Hope, week two celebrates Faith, week three celebrates Joy, and week four celebrates Peace. It is my hope that you reflect on these themes as a family, as our faith community will be acknowledging them. Please see the prayer below that can be said for week one, Hope.
     This week we congratulate ninety-two Paramus Catholic National Honor Society recipients. I thank each one for their dedication and hard work which was certainly needed to achieve this outstanding award. The induction will be this Thursday evening at 7:00 pm.
     This year Paramus Catholic will again be participating in the “Adopt-a-Family” Christmas service project. More details will be given to students and families on Monday of this week.
     All students must be in complete dress code as they enter the building. Please note that students not in compliance and who do not have their student ID will not be allowed in the building. Unless in a supervised activity, students must be picked up at dismissal. Students are not allowed to linger in the school building.
     As we are well into the second quarter, please discuss any academic concerns with your children and advise their guidance counselors of any concerns if needed. We all work together for the success of every student.
     Thank you for your continued support. I wish you all a healthy and safe week.
In your gratitude,
Dr. Stephanie Macaluso
First Week of Advent 
All-powerful God, increase our strength of will for doing good that Christ may find an eager welcome at his coming and call us to his side in the kingdom of heaven, where he lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God, forever and ever. Amen. Lord Jesus,

Paramus Catholic at a Glance

  • 21 certificateB AP Courses
  • 33 Honors Courses
  • 99% of graduates go on to a four-year college
  • 150 seats in Music Conservatory and Amphitheater
  • 27 landscape acre campus

News & Announcements

December 7, 2022, Gnome and Nog Painting Event Featured Photo

December 7, 2022, Gnome and Nog Painting Event

Paramus Catholic Fine Arts Department invites you to "Paint and Nog".
Join us for an evening of family, friends, and painting as two of PC's Advanced Art students instruct in the painting of either a Christmas Gnome or a Snowman. All necessary supplies will be supplied. You supply the Christmas spirit!

All money raised will be donated to this year's Adopt-a-Family all-school Christmas Drive
Fourth Annual Legacy Gala Featured Photo

Fourth Annual Legacy Gala

Join us at this year’s Fourth Annual Legacy Gala, on April 1, 2023,  at Macaluso's in Hawthorne, NJ. The evening is dedicated to four individuals whose commitment to Paramus Catholic High School has made a difference in the lives of our students.
Course electives according to academic field of study Featured Photo

Course electives according to academic field of study

Our well-rounded curriculum also offers the opportunity for deepened scholarly experiences through individual learning programs. The selection of electives within each discipline allows for students to expand their knowledge of each.