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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

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has approved a change in leadership at Archbishop Alter High School, a Catholic high school in Kettering operated by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Effective July 1, 2016, Alter Principal Lourdes Lambert will become the Head of School, assuming the title of “Principal-CEO” and Father James Manning

The simplest action can leave a lasting impact and can bridge a very big generation gap. Take the outings for Mary Ann Mecher’s fourth grade religion class at Our Lady of Victory School. Once a month, she brings her students to visit the seniors who attend the Adult Day program

Sister of Mercy Mary Aloyse Gerhardstein is certainly not slowing down at 87 years old – just changing course. Sister Aloyse, a lifelong Cincinnatian, has dedicated her life to educating and inspiring children locally and abroad. She helped Mercy Montessori establish the upper elementary program and Cincinnati’s first Montessori junior

The following is a post-season recap of spring sports results for Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. A dynasty is underway. Archbishop Alter High School won its third consecutive state title May 28 at the Ohio High School Boys Volleyball Association State Championships at Capital University. Alter won

Dayton native Susan M. Gibbons has been appointed Director of Educational Services and Superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr confirmed the appointment of Gibbons Friday. “Susan Gibbons has devoted her entire career to Catholic education in our Archdiocese,” said Archbishop Schnurr. “She will

Alex Sullivan, 18, graduated May 26, but after more than a decade at Catholic Central, the new graduate will always be part of the Irish. Alex, daughter of James and Kim Sullivan, is headed to Bowling Green State University next year, but since pre-school she has been at Catholic Central.

Virtually any high school can point to a star student as an example of its educational value, but Catholic high schools measure by a different standard. Tayla Manion, who graduated from Bishop Fenwick High School in Franklin on May 27, was certainly a star student. A straight-A learner, Manion played

Sam Hoefling, a recent Roger Bacon graduate, said his high school experience “basically formed who I am today,” and he feels well prepared for what lays ahead thanks to the values instilled by the Franciscan Friars of the St. John the Baptist Province, who sponsor the institution. Hoefling, a member

Sam Florian attended football games at Elder High School, from the time he was in pre-school. He recently graduated from Elder, after four years of playing football there himself, and calls the experience at the school “a dream come true.” Florian came to Elder via Our Lady of Victory Parish