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CNA/EWTN News Efforts to promote Catholic culture in the San Francisco archdiocese’s high schools and to agree on a contract acceptable for the schools’ teachers concluded on Wednesday with a new contract. The months-long dispute months drew protests, interference from activist groups, and the attention of wealthy critics of Catholic

Staff Report The 2015 high school football season will be Chaminade Julienne’s last “on the road.” Wednesday evening before a crowd of hundreds the school announced plans to construct Roger Glass Stadium, a multi­purpose competition venue to be located at the corner of Longworth and Eaker Streets. The facility will

Staff Report Students are heading back to school already in some parts of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati already, and more are starting soon. With that in mind, today’s Throwback Thursday examines a unique story of a Catholic school utilizing the best available technology to serve a student in need. MORE

Staff Report Today’s Friday Photo follows a resident of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati all the way to Germany. Moeller High School student Riley Jones received a free study trip to Germany after placing above the 90th percentile on the AATG National German Exam, which allowed him to apply and interview for a

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The death of a parent can be a defining moment in a young child’s life, but a tragic circumstance can often become an occasion of God’s grace. Andrew Eisenhauer, one of 167 students graduating from Alter High School this year, experienced the loss of

Staff Report There are 24 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati that will graduate 3,168 men and women into the college ranks, military or workforce this summer. Here’s a by the numbers look at the class of 2015. • Largest Graduating Class: 376 St. Xavier High School •

Official Release Archdiocese of Cincinnati Karen Juliano, Ph.D., has been named Principal/CEO of Catholic Central School in Springfield, effective July 1. The Most Rev. Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop of Cincinnati, made the appointment following a national search and the affirmation of the Principal Search Committee. Juliano is lifelong Catholic educator

Staff Report The Summit Country Day School, a Catholic school educating students from age 2 through high school in Hyde Park, announced an $18.6 million capital campaign entitled “Aiming Higher” Tuesday afternoon. Among the initiatives, the campaign would fund a five-story addition to the east wing of the main building.

Staff Report DePaul Cristo Rey High School in Cincinnati has been experiencing a year of firsts. The school’s first graduating class will receive diplomas May 31 (and 100 percent of them have been accepted to college). The basketball team had its first successful season. Now the school has had its

Press Release Tuesday, March 10, the Butler County Board of Zoning Appeals unanimously approved the 21,975 square foot building expansion plans for Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES). Completing the approval process keeps the school on pace to have additional classes of kindergarten, first, and second grade in the Fall