Many parents, guardians and students prefer Catholic founded schools and when you ask them the reason for their choice, ‘good discipline’ usually comes first. Is this enough to qualify a school to be ‘Catholic’? What if an Islamic school maintains good discipline or other secular Schools? Most school leaders strive to ensure operation of Christian clubs and movements in the schools and ensure observance of Church days and moments of prayer. This is a good start but does is it make a school Catholic? I give an emphatic NO. Good academic results, discipline and character development can also be obtained in other schools; there is something unique that a Catholic school offers: Christ as the head of His mystical body.