Catholic High School has contracted with Piccadilly Restaurants, LLC, to provide food services including breakfast, lunch and after school snacks for students and faculty, according to a press release from Catholic High School.

“Our agreement with Piccadilly will continue to improve our food services at Catholic High School by providing a variety of foods and nutritional meals at a lower cost to students,” said Catholic High President Gene Tullier.

Piccadilly Restaurants, LLC, is headquartered in Baton Rouge and has approximately 100 restaurants and 50 food service operations located in the Southeastern United States.

“All of us at Piccadilly are excited about the partnership with Catholic High,” said Chris Sanchez, Piccadilly’s senior vice president of operations. “As we assume food service operations, our goal is to provide both students and faculty with great tasting, wholesome meals that help foster the thriving learning environment at Catholic High School.”

Catholic High School was founded in 1894 by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. The school has an enrollment of 1,035 boys in grades 8-12 and 117 faculty and staff.