Bishop LeBlond Memorial High School, founded in 1960 by the Benedictine Sisters of Atchison, Kansas, is a Diocesan comprehensive school, grades nine through twelve. LeBlond's mission as a Catholic, college preparatory school is to provide a quality education by embracing academic excellence and promoting social and spiritual growth.
LeBlond offers a diversified program to develop students as lifelong learners--spiritually, intellectually, physically and socially. LeBlond’s comprehensive academic and co-curricular program encourages growth in religious faith, skill development and self-discovery; and aids in career selection.
LeBlond is the only catholic high school located in Northwest Missouri and has been providing college preparatory education for the past 56 years. LeBlond is accredited by AdvancEd (formerly the North Central Association on Accreditation and School Improvement) and by the State of Missouri.
- Enrollment: The 2016-2017 enrollment is students.
- Tuition: Tuition for 2016-17 is $5,800 for a student whose family is registered in a Catholic parish and $6,100 for all other students. Scholarships and diocesan aid are available. No deserving student is denied because of finances.
- Faculty: Twenty-two faculty (including administrators), seven with Master’s Degrees and two with Doctorate Degrees. The student-faculty ratio is 12:1.