Saint Pius X Catholic High School (Kansas City, Missouri)

Saint Pius X Catholic High School is a private Roman Catholic university preparatory secondary school in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-Saint Joseph.


Saint Pius X was established in 1956. It is the only Catholic high school north of the Missouri River in the Kansas City area. - In 1956 five parishes in the northland felt the need for students in their parish elementary schools to continue their Catholic education through the secondary level. In the spring of 1956, Bishop John P. Cody, Bishop of the newly joined Kansas City/St. Joseph Diocese broke ground for the new building.

Mission: St. Pius X High School, with its roots in the Catholic Parish, is a co-educational school, which educates young people to their full academic potential and enhances their growth of Catholic values and principles to serve the Church and community. Through a diverse and challenging curriculum, as well as an environment commanding excellence, St. Pius X High School strives to instill in every student an attitude of lifelong learning in the development of their spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical gifts.

In the past 10 years, St. Pius X High School has completed $10 million of capital improvements, including renovation of the current building and the addition of a Student Activity Center.

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Notable Alumni: Michael Albani- Semi-pro soccer player with the Calcio Como Futbol Club

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