Discover what Blanchet means to you.
Sunday, March 3, 2024
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Learn about our excellent college prep curriculum.
Tour the school.
Meet teachers and administrators.
Join a community committed to intellectual, social and spiritual growth.
Excellence for All
Students are challenged academically with a diverse offering of subjects and advanced courses that meet their needs. Students can earn college credits through Advanced Placement and honors courses and dual enrollment through partnerships with Willamette University and Chemeketa Community College.
A Way of Life
We foster relationships with our families and students through open communication and opportunities for families to be involved on our campus: we view parents as equal partners in their child’s education. Students are offered a balanced curriculum that integrates faith, culture, service and life.
Not "Just" Teachers
Faculty are hand-picked to provide students with the support they need to grow, and the experiences they need to learn. The small class sizes allow teachers to build relationships with their students and offer engaging instruction, instilling a passion for lifelong learning.
Learning Beyond the Classroom
At every grade level, students have opportunities to grow as stewards of their world through a variety of co-curricular activities, including community service, athletics, leadership, the arts, campus ministries, and clubs. Students are only limited by their time and interests and are encouraged to step outside of their comfort zones.
21st Century Environment
There is something for everyone on our 22 acre campus. Our facilities provide students with the tools they need to thrive as they learn, play, and socialize. We integrate modern technology through our MakerSpace, Activity Board classrooms and labs, and top-quality athletic facilities.
Ready for more?
Parents and prospective students are welcome to visit Blanchet at any time throughout the year to take a campus tour and visit classes. Prospective students are also invited to shadow a current student. Shadow visits can be scheduled for a full or half day and are a wonderful opportunity to experience daily life at Blanchet. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information.
Applying is easy using our Online Application. We encourage families to apply online as it provides parents a simple submission process and tools for tracking the status of their admission after their application has been submitted. A non-refundable fee of $125 must be submitted with each application.
Congratulations, you’ve been accepted! You will receive an acceptance letter and enrollment packet via email welcoming you into the Blanchet community. Your student will be enrolled once Blanchet receives the signed enrollment packet and comprehensive fee payment.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are more than happy to answer any further questions during your campus visit! Or, simply contact us using the form above.
What grade levels does Blanchet offer?
Blanchet educates Mid Valley youth in grades 6-12. Both the mid high (6-8) and high school (9-12) are located in the same building, on the same campus. The mid high is physically separated from the high school, and mid high students have their own cafeteria and lockers. Blanchet’s mid high has its own faculty and student activities.
Is tuition assistance available?
Tuition assistance is available to qualified families. The process for determining tuition assistance is fair and confidential. (Read more about the tuition assistance process.)
Is the the school accredited?
Yes, Blanchet Catholic is fully accredited through Cognia, a division of AdvancEd, and is a member of the National Catholic Education Association.
Does Blanchet have a diverse campus?
Yes. Students attend Blanchet from schools throughout the Mid Valley. While some students have a Catholic elementary school background, others have attended other private schools, public schools or home schools. Seventeen percent of Blanchet students live outside of Salem-Keizer. Fifty percent of students are non-Caucasian. Fifty percent of Blanchet families receive tuition assistance.
Do students have to be Catholic to attend Blanchet?
No. Blanchet is a Catholic school, however, we welcome students of all faiths who desire a rigorous college preparatory education in a values based environment. In fact, over thirty percent of our students are not Catholic.
Is transportation provided?
Bus transportation is provided for Blanchet students in the morning and afternoon. Buses pick up students in the parking lots of the four Salem Catholic churches, and buses are available to take students back to the parish lots after school. The school also offers transportation from Woodburn and Gervais. The school’s busing system is part of your tuition fees and does not require an extra fee for your student to use.
Explore Our Campus
We're excited to have you come experience Blanchet, but in the meantime enjoy a virtual tour of our campus.