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Elder High School held a special event Monday afternoon to announce the school’s newest principal, Kurt Ruffing. Ruffing will replace Tom Otten who has served as principal for the last 19 years. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati distributed the following release in concert with the announcement. The Elder Board of Trustees is

Sidney Stigler (with flute) and other St. Ignatius students get their first look at some of the instruments recently donated to the music program. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
As Catholic Schools Week 2016 winds down, here’s a look at some of the news submitted to the CT by area Catholic schools around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. St. Ignatius Music Program growing, in need of instruments Ta-ta-tam-tam! Music teacher Tasha Grismayer taps a music stand three times.  There is

Upon entering Lisa Miller’s classroom at St. Nicholas Academy, it’s obvious how much her kindergartners adore their teacher. Just as evident is her love for them and dedication to bringing lessons of faith to the classroom, including her battle with breast cancer. Read more Catholic Schools Week Stories Miller, a

Catholic Schools Week is still a few weeks away, but the Throwback Thursday team couldn’t pass the opportunity to share this cartoon from a 1960s supplement to The Catholic Telegraph-Register. In the cartoon, a pair of young nuns serving in educational ministry discuss student discipline. “I haven’t had a bit

Students at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School celebrated Vocation Day Nov. 4 during National Vocations Awareness Week. The day involved an all-school Mass concelebrated by Archdiocese of Cincinnati Vocations Director Father Dan Schmitmeyer and Father Larry Zurek, Vocations Director for the Franciscan Friars of St. John the Baptist Province.

Catholic school students are always giving back. Here’s a look at three schools in the archdiocese that are getting into the Christmas spirit. To submit a photo and story from your school for possible inclusion on this site, please send press release and images here. Christmas reading with the Dominicans 

Catholic Schools throughout the 19-county Archdiocese of Cincinnati spend Advent festively preparing their students for the birth of Christ at Christmas. Last week at St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic school in Kenwood, students in Kindergarten through third grade gathered in the chapel and heard the story of The Sparkle Box, by Jill

Update Dec. 7, 9:45 a.m.: COLUMBUS — La Salle defeated Massillon Perry 42-0 in the 2015 OHSAA Division II football state championship Friday night at Ohio Stadium. The win earns the Lancers (13-2) their second-consecutive Division II state championship. La Salle defeated Macedonia Nordonia, 55-20, in last season’s state final. La

Fenwick and McNicholas high school football players participate in a pre-season Rosary Rally. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report Seven Catholic high school football teams from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati entered the OHSAA playoffs three weeks ago, but only two remain — undefeated Bishop Fenwick and reigning Division II state champ La Salle. The Falcons were the only Catholic school team in the archdiocese to end the regular

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Having a boys and girls team from the same school win respective state titles in the same sport is rare, but it does happen. With a pair of dominant shutout victories Nov. 13 and 14, Summit Country Day High School did just that. On