Pius X Catholic High School
Pius X is a co-ed Catholic high school in Lincoln, Neb. The school is parochial in nature as it serves 19 parishes in and near Lincoln, providing a Catholic-based, rigorous education enriched with numerous opportunities for students to grow their faith, explore the arts, and participate in athletics and other activities. Pius X has approximately 1,200 students in grades 9-12, with more than 130 administrators, instructors, coaches and support staff employed at the school, including 15 priests and 4 religious sisters.
For her final senior project, Christine Fortenberry painted a reproduction of Pierre Auguste Renoir’s ‘In the Meadow’ onto a ceiling tile that will live in her now-former French classroom. Fortenberry
At a Glance
Monday, Aug. 16
Lunch: Mafalda Pasta with eat Sauce, WG Garlic Bread, Green Beans,
Parmesan Cheese. (We offer a choice of fresh, canned or frozen fruit, fresh vegetables, plain or chocolate milk, juice and ala carte snacks and beverage options.)
Leadership changes at Pius X
After 28 years as high school administrator and 14 years serving Pius X High School as Superintendent/Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Father Jim Meysenburg has requested from Bishop Conley to be relieved of his duties as CAO of Pius X High School, effective June 14, 2021. Related changes to take affect this summer include:
- Tom Korta, interim CAO;
- Terry Kathol, principal;
- Leah Bethune, continue as assistant principal;
- Fr. Steven Mills, join as interim assistant principal
- Msgr. John Perkinton, advisory role to administrative team.