V. J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School, owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Omaha, serves the teaching mission of the Catholic Church by providing a quality co-educational high school program rooted in the historic Catholic tradition for young people in Omaha and surrounding communities. As an Archdiocesan high school serving the total Catholic community, the curriculum offerings of the school include competitive college preparation courses as well as complementary academic programs for a diverse population of students.

Faithful to its Catholic identity, V. J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School teaches the faith and morals of the Catholic Church in union with the local Archbishop, activates Catholic practices and culture throughout the school environment, presents the intellectual wisdom of the Catholic faith in formal classroom dialogue with the great Catholic thinkers of the present and past, builds a community of caring and justice among the school family which reaches out to evangelize and respond to the needs of the world at large, and empowers students to observe, decide, and act according to the Gospel principles of Jesus Christ.

Together with the provision of typical subject matter courses such as Religion, Language Arts, Foreign Language, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Computer Technologies, Fine Arts, and Physical Education, the school gives focused attention to the teaching and modeling of critical thinking and self-discipline skills and provides a full range of extra-curricular activities and opportunities for students to engage in Christian service to the larger community.

In honor of the memory of V. J. and Angela Skutt, the school conducts its affairs in a professional manner that emphasizes personal success with integrity and responsibility, fairness to all, care and concern for individuals, service to those in need of healing and help, loyalty to religious faith, and joy and wonder in the beauty of all of God’s creation.

Approved by the Archbishop of Omaha and the Archbishop’s Fiscal Governance Board for Metropolitan Archdiocesan High Schools on December 13, 1991.