Oct. 10, 2019–Faustin Weber / Principal, St. Michael Catholic High School “Founding & Building a New Catholic High School in Baldwin Co.”

“Establishing a New Catholic High School in Baldwin County.”

St. Michael Catholic High School opened in 2016 with 99 freshman and sophomores, and has added a class each year. Now a 9-12 school with 323 students, it offers students classes at the “Collegiate Studies” and “Honors/A.P.” level. Students earn 32 credits for graduation, with four years of History, Theology, Science, Math and English and a minimum of 2 years of foreign language and the Arts. The school hosts 11 varsity athletic programs competing at the 3A level, a 70-member Band program, a 150-member choral program, a Scholar’s Bowl team, a Model U.N. team, and a foreign language program that earned 56 medals on national language exams in 2019.

This is the story of St. Michael’s origins and its future plans, as told by its founding principal, Faustin Weber.

31 years as Principal, President or Headmaster of three Catholic high schools, married to Diane Weber for 33 years, with four kids and five grandchildren. Undergrad and graduate degrees from University of Notre Dame, worships at Christ the King in Daphne.