Xavier High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is the only Catholic high school in the local metropolitan area. It is affiliated with twelve area Catholic parishes and the Archdiocese of Dubuque. Xavier opened in 1998 after the merger of two previous Catholic high schools, Regis and LaSalle. Xavier High School is a member of the National Catholic Education Association and is accredited by the State of Iowa. 58% of the faculty has a M.A. or PhD in their area. Its campus encompasses a full 60 acres (240,000 m2) in northeastern Cedar Rapids. The 146,500-square-foot (13,610 m2) facility is capable of managing up to 811 students under the current layout. Xavier enjoys several advantages in facilities over other Metro area high schools. The football, baseball, softball, and soccer fields are all located on-campus, as well as two full football and soccer practice fields. Newly remodeled tennis courts are on-campus as well. A disk golf course is in place throughout the grounds for students' use at their leisure. There is a pond on the eastern edge of campus that students may use for recreation and fishing as well as professional water polo. Xavier provides an iPad for each student. More information...

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