To love God, know the truth, and do the good.


St. Boniface Catholic High School is an apostolate of Catholic Nacogdoches. Our mission is to form Catholic missionary disciples, who are equipped to thrive and lead in the world and in the Church, through a rigorous Catholic classical education. 


Catholic Formation


Classical Education


Formation of the Person


Academic Rigor


Family Involvement


Affordable Cost


Sports & Arts


Graduating Class of 2024 - May 25, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that 6 outstanding students successfully graduated during our second-ever Boniface graduation on Saturday, 5/25. Congratulations to the graduating class of 2024!

Eclipse Field Trip - April 8, 2024

St. Boniface took a field trip to Midlothian, Tx to watch the eclipse along with fellow Chesterton Academy students from Fort Worth, Tx. More picture can be seen on Catholic Nac's facebook.

2023 Oktoberfest - October 7, 2023

The St. Boniface Oktoberfest was a huge success! The students served the guests, danced a German folk dance, and sang a Latin song to Mary. The guests enjoyed German food, and a beer tasting with craft beers, and had fun bidding on silent auction items. Father Matthew, the staff, and the families of the school thank all of you for all your support! We can't wait to do it next year.

Please email Or Call (936-564-7807) for more information. 


The Catholic Faith will be infused to all aspects of the curriculum.  Staff has been selected who will live out and promote the teachings of the Catholic Church.  Under the umbrella of Catholic Nacogdoches, St. Boniface seeks to continue a long tradition of Catholic formation of our students.  


St. Boniface has started the process of applying to the TCCB ED to become accredited by the TCCB-ED to offer an accredited Catholic classical curriculum.  Students will learn through the classical methodology while adhering to strict academic guidelines.  

SFASU Dual Credit

St. Boniface uses a block schedule to allow students the option of dual credit while completing high school credits.  Stephen F. Austin State University allows the basic curriculum to be taken in high school giving students a head start for college at an affordable rate.

St. Boniface Leadership 

Fr. Matthew Stehling


Scott Hoey

Executive Director

Maria Ramirez

Registrar & Executive Administrator