In 2016, Charleston Catholic Middle and High schools have 422 students in grades 6-12. Typically, nearly 100% of the graduating high school class goes on to attend a four-year college of higher education in the United States. Charleston Catholic also offers many groups and community service opportunities. One is known as HOPE, which stands for Housing Outreach Project Express and is meant to improve the quality of housing for low income families and seniors in Clay County, West Virginia; it also instills the habit of service in students, a commitment to living the works of mercy. The Clay County project is a sponsored project in which students buy and deliver food and gifts for families and kids that live in Clay County for Christmas. Pax Christi is another group that is dedicated to peace education. Students promote the gospel imperative of peacemaking as a priority in the Catholic Church. Pax Christi works for a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world.