HSPT (High School Placement Test)
All applicants for the incoming freshman class are required to take the HSPT as a part of their admissions process. Register for the test by clicking the yellow button below. Complete the online application here.
The final test date offered at Cardinal Gibbons High School is Saturday, January 5, 2019.
All students interested in applying must complete the online application and register for the HSPT. Register for the test by clicking the yellow button below. Complete the online application here.
Deadline to apply for the Class of 2023: January 4, 2019
transfer application deadline is march 22, 2019
Notification letters to applicants for the class of 2023 will be sent the week of February 25th.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid please do so by March 18th and your application will be reviewed once your child's enrollment paperwork and deposit have been received.
Deadline to apply for the Class of 2023:
Friday, January 4, 2019
The transfer application deadline is March 22nd and transfers complete the same online application.
Complete the online application - ALL grade levels
Items Included in the online application process:
- Registration for the World Language Exam (if applicable- makeup tests will be available on April 17th and May 22nd at 3:15. Register by contacting Mrs. Nancy Beale, World Language Department Chair at email@example.com. )
- Teacher Recommendation Link Request
- Student Essay Upload and Processing
- Schedule Fine Arts Auditions (if applicable)
- Application Fee ($175)
-Includes all testing fees for rising 9th graders
Visit us at Open House
November 4, 2018
1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
REGISTRATION IS NOT NEEDED.
Notification letters to applicants for the class of 2023 will be mailed the week of February 25th.
1. Complete and submit the Online Application by January 4, 2019.
2. Send semester grades to the Admissions Director.
Note: Applicants from Diocesan K-8 schools will have their grades sent by their school.
3. Take the High School Placement Test.
Optional - To help us to get to know you better.
2. Request an interview by Friday, January 11, 2019.
Application Assistance Night - Optional
On November 14, 2018, at 7 p.m. beginning in the Main Lobby, our parents, students, and educators will share information about teacher recommendations, essays, optional interviews and video submissions for the Class of 2023. We look forward to supporting you on this exciting journey.
- Faith and Ministry
- Gibbons Alumni
- GIbbons Parent Experience
- The Cardinal Gibbons Fund
Please see the Gibbons Arts page for details on our diverse range of arts programs.
Cardinal Gibbons High School has a robust and thriving arts program, with dozens of classes and co-curricular opportunities in music, dance, visual arts and theater.
If you have further questions about any of our programs, please contact the program director via their email address, found on the respective program's page.
Please see the Gibbons Athletics page for details on all our athletics programs.
Cardinal Gibbons High School's athletics program focuses on excellence and living out our mission, on and off the court and field.
Gibbons fields teams in over a dozen sports, on both the JV and varsity levels, and competes at the 4A classification in the Cap7 conference, with our neighbors and friends from Broughton, Enloe, Leesville Road, Millbrook, Sanderson, and Southeast Raleigh high schools.
If you have further questions about any of our programs, please contact the coach via their email address, found on the respective team's page.
Please see the Gibbons Co-Curricular page for details on all our co-curricular programs.
Cardinal Gibbons High School believes that what happens before and after school is not "extra" at all, so we call our engagement opportunities "co-curricular" and not "extracurricular".
Gibbons educators and students collaborate on a incredible range of activities covering the entire spectrum of potential student interests. Maybe your student is into the arts or media studies, or maybe they are into gaming (of all kinds!), or maybe they may want to build robots, or fly drones. Do they want to go deeper into academic topics, and explore books and writing, or learn (and do!) more with physics, biology or math? Do they want to explore their faith, and live out our mission to serve our Church and community?
At Gibbons, all this -- and much more! -- is available through our co-curricular programs.
If you have further questions about any of our programs, please contact the moderator via their email address, found on the respective program page.
Please see the Faith & Ministry home page for more details on our many faith-based programs.
At Cardinal Gibbons High School, our Catholic faith is the foundation for the formation of each of our students.
Every student serves our community through our Outreach program at least once a year and many students volunteer for one of the various service organizations on campus. Every student has an opportunity to attend a retreat hosted by our Retreats program. And all students take theology classes, attend Mass and can volunteer for our ministry programs.
See how our Gibbons Alumni continue to enrich our community.
We are blessed with a vibrant and energetic alumni community who continue to engage with Gibbons in a variety of ways, from mentoring to volunteering and much more.
See how Gibbons Parents are encouraged to live out their own journey through their students' time at Cardinal Gibbons High School.
At Gibbons, parent engagement is just as important as student engagement.
Donations to The Cardinal Gibbons Fund meaningfully impact the student and parent experience in a multitude of ways, from helping students attend retreats to supporting our thriving arts programs in music, theater, dance and visual art.
See how The Cardinal Gibbons Fund helps enrich the Gibbons experience for our students and families.