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Service to others is important to Emma Kapp, a recent graduate of McNicholas High School. “I see the face of God in others,” she said. “I learn from their faith and genuine kindness.” Kapp, the daughter of Shannon and Jim, attended grade school at Guardian Angels (GA) in Mt. Washington, and

Going off to college marks a step in a young man or woman’s independence. With that independence comes responsibility as well, including a responsibility to remain a faithful Catholic. Toward that end, most major universities and colleges have some type of Catholic ministry on campus. The Catholic Telegraph surveyed several

This year 3,208 students are graduating from the Catholic high schools listed below, a small increase over last year’s total. The largest graduating class this year is St. Xavier High School (389 grads) and the smallest is Royalmont Academy (six grads). The total amount of scholarship money offered to the

La Salle High School
On Monday, May 23, the Catholic Schools Office, the La Salle Board of Limited Jurisdiction, and Thomas Luebbe himself signed a new joint statement announcing that the non-renewal of the 17-year principal has been withdrawn, and that instead his resignation has been accepted. Last month it was announced that long-time principal Luebbe’s

Springtime is here with all that means. The Easter season continues, pollen counts are high, and thousands of young boys and girls are preparing to meet Jesus Christ in their first reception of Holy Communion. Since the spring doubles as “first communion season,” today’s Throwback Thursday highlights the second graders

Badin High School senior Morgan Deitschel is a finalist for the “Straight A” Scholarship, sponsored by the Anthony Munoz Foundation. “I was very surprised by this,” said Deitschel, a Fairfield resident and the daughter of Charles Deitschel and the late Diane Deitschel. “My counselor, Mrs. (Angie) Bucheit, nominated me and

La Salle High School
Interim Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Susan Gibbons announced Friday that La Salle High School Principal Thomas Luebbe would not be offered a contract for next school year. Stacy Papke was named an interim principal on Monday, replacing Luebbe immediately. Seeking to clarify confusion over the news, the La Salle High School Board of

La Salle High School has announced that it will conduct mandatory drug testing for all students beginning with the 2014-15 school year. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati announced late Monday that Stacy Papke has agreed to serve as Interim Principal at La Salle High School. Papke has served La Salle High School since 2001, first as a teacher, and for the past two years as the Dean of Academics. Her academic leadership and

POPE BLESSES CROWD IN ST. LOUIS IN 1999
Students in Lisa Fletcher’s seventh and eighth grade religion classes at St. Margaret of York School in Loveland earn the grades, but their parents get an education, too. The topics range from learning about Jesus as a human being, to what should you do if someone sexts you. The class

DePaul Cristo Rey High School announced March 21 that the school will join the newly formed Ohio Valley Christian Conference (OVCC) for all sports beginning with the 2016-17 school year. The Bruins had been members of the Ohio Valley Athletic League since the school opened in 2011. The new league