Choosing a high school is an important family decision. ACCHS knows a good fit can make all the difference in your child's life...and we're confident that our friendly, faith-filled atmosphere will make your student feel right at home! 


One of the best ways to learn about ACCHS is to experience the "Viking Nation" firsthand. Interested students are encouraged to spend a day with us. 7th and 8th graders or high school transfer students are invited to be a "Viking or Vikette" for the day. With a Viking Ambassador as your guide...visit classes, meet students and faculty, enjoy lunch and learn about our extracurricular programs. Your student will be paired with an ACCHS student who has similar academic and extracurricular activities and interests. Personal requests for a specific student may be accommodated; schedule permitting.



We welcome and encourage parents/guardians to visit the school for a tour and to learn about ACCHS during our summer hours.

Please contact Cara Meskill, Director of Admissions, at 610-437-4601 ext 148 or for more information.


Ladies: dress pants, skirt with a nice shirt/sweater or a dress. No jeans, yoga pants or sneakers.
Gentlemen: dress pants, a polo, or button down or a sweater. Please no jeans or sneakers.


Allentown Central Catholic High School is committed to a safe and healthy workplace for all our employees, students, and visitors. To ensure that, we, along, with the Diocese of Allentown, have developed the following COVID-19 Preparedness Plan in response to the pandemic. Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our school and that requires full cooperation among our employees, students, parents, guardians, and visitors.


  • Please do not come to school if you are not feeling well. Especially if you have a fever, cough or shortness of breath.

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer.

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or into the elbow of your arm.


We will be limiting visitors who will be allowed in the building. We recommend that you continue with virtual Zoom meetings. Items can be picked up or dropped off and the kiosk. If an in-person meeting is necessary, the visitor must have a scheduled appointment.


All visitors must follow the check-in procedures: 

  • Visitors must enter the building at the Masson Kiosk entrance. 

  • Visitors will be required to take their temperature, then wipe down the thermometer.

  • There will be a binder with a blank questionnaire to complete once the temperature is taken.

  • Visitors will be required to wear a mask at all times.

  • Visitors are encouraged to bring their own mask.

  • A mask will be provided for them if they do not have one.

  • If a visitor's temperature is over 100.4 or if they answer yes to the first 3 questions on the questionnaire, they will be asked to leave.


We will still be requiring clearance checks. Once the visitor is cleared, temperature checked and the form completed, they will be required to wait for someone to come get them and walk them to their meeting. No one should be entering further into the school unescorted.