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Niche.com released their rankings for Best Catholic High Schools in Ohio. Here’s how they have ranked our Archdiocese of Cincinnati High Schools. 1. Summit Country Day, Cincinnati 2. St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati 4. Ursuline Academy, Cincinnati 14. St. Ursula Academy, Cincinnati 16. Archbishop Alter High School, Kettering 21. Archbishop

On Wednesday, April 18, it was Grandparents Day at St. Aloysius on-the-Ohio School in Sayler Park. Check out the video below:

In today’s video a look at the catholic educators who have travelled from all over the United States for their annual convention in Cincinnati. His Eminence Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education for the Vatican, was the Principal Celebrant at the Opening Eucharistic Liturgy.

Students in the STEM room at Bishop Leibold School in Dayton. (Courtesy Photo)
St. Francis De Sales School 1602 Madison Rd., Cincinnati 45206 (513) 961-1953 Tuesday January 30th 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. desalescincy.org Map Summit Country Day School 2161 Grandin Rd., Cincinnati 45208 (513) 871-4700 Tuesday January 30th Parent Preview Day at 8:30 a.m. RSVP to (513) 871-4700 ext. 261 www.summitcds.org Map

By Gail Finke While Catholic schools in the archdiocese are less expensive than most private schools, the days of free or close-to-free tuition are long past. Leaders of the archdiocese’s Catholic school system – one of the largest in the nation – have worked hard to help low-income urban families

Chris Winiarski, Director of Campus Ministry, Mission and Formation for La Salle High School, was one of 48 pilgrims on a summer trip to the Holy Land coordinated by School of Faith. A ministry that connects teachers and principals from Catholic schools with the literal roots of the faith, School

On Wednesday August 2, 2017, it was a day for our school principals to prepare for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year. While students are enjoying their final moments of summer, school administrators, faculty, and staffs are busy getting everything in order for the students. CT Photos/E.L. Hubbard

More than $2 million in Catholic school tuition assistance has been allocated for the coming academic year, funded by benefactors of the historic One Faith, One Hope, One Love campaign conducted in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati by the Catholic Community Foundation. In all, 2,174 offers were extended for elementary and

The Ohio Academy of Science today selected 45 Ohio schools and 460 teachers to receive Governor’s Thomas Edison Awards for Excellence in STEM Education for their accomplishments during the 2015-2016 school year. Each school will receive a special Governor’s Award certificate, and each teacher will receive a complementary membership to

Through an organization called School of Faith, John Leyendecker discovered his mission is teaching teachers. “School of Faith started working in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati,” said Leyendecker, a northern Kentucky native who now resides in Milford. “Last year, we took 15 Catholic school teachers to the Holy Land for a