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80 years Sister Irvin Marie Kreimer Sister Irvin entered the Sisters of St. Francis on September 8, 1938 from St. Leo Parish, Cincinnati, and made final vows on August 12, 1944. She taught in the archdiocese at St. Aloysius School, Sayler Park; St. Peter School, Chillicothe; St. Peter School, Hamilton;

Badin High School Badin High School’s annual “Summer in Solidarity” Christian Service outreach program in 2018 took 12 students to Solsberry Hill outside Bloomington, Ind.; six students to Nazareth Farm in Salem, W.Va.; and 13 students to the Dominican Republic. “Our Summer in Solidarity service program offers students the opportunity

Dynamic duo speak 30 years apart at Carroll High School from our June print edition: By Eileen Connelly OSU The legacy of Catholic education is strong in the Schlegel family thanks to Carroll High School. Maria Schlegel was selected as one of this year’s valedictorians 30 years after her father, David,

Carroll High School Students in Dayton looking at partial eclipse 2017 (Courtesy Photo)
Celebrating Catholic Schools Week, check out the video to see “What’s happening in our house” at Carroll High School.

Carroll High School (CT/Archive Photo)
DAYTON, Ohio For the second year in a row, school ranking service www.niche.com rated Carroll High School as the best Catholic high school in the Dayton area. Niche.com analyzes comprehensive data and community reviews to determine its rankings. According to niche.com, ranking factors include SAT/ACT scores, the quality of colleges

Recent grad found community, confidence at Carroll High School From the time Dallas McDonald was just a toddler, it seemed like the odds were stacked against him. His parents separated early on, and both his father and step-father died of drug overdoses. His mother was in and out of jail

Carroll High School National Merit Finalist From Left to Right, Julia Arnold, Alex Dingus, Maeve Curliss, Ryan Buechele, and Angela Smith. (Courtesy Photo)
DAYTON, Ohio – All five Carroll High School seniors who were named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists in September 2016 have earned the distinction of National Merit Scholarship Finalist for the Class of 2017. The College Board selected Julia Arnold, Ryan Buechele, Maeve Curliss, Alex Dingus, and Angela Smith based on

Around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on Wednesday, February 1st on National Signing Day. National Signing Day is usually the first Wednesday of February, is the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for college sports with a school that is a member of

Carroll High School began a new era in November as dozens of alumni, faculty and staff members, students, and friends of the school gathered for the rededication of St. John the Evangelist Chapel. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer led the congregation through the chapel doors in a solemn procession to begin

Carroll High School (CT/Archive Photo)
Dayton – Carroll High School seniors Julia Arnold, Ryan Buechele, Alex Dingus, Angela Smith, and Maeve Curliss earned distinction as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. Some facts about Carroll High School: These semifinalists gained this recognition by achieving at least a 217 selection index on the College Board’s 2015 PSAT/National Merit