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Chaminade-Julienne High School

Chaminade-Julienne Catholic High School received an “A” grade in Niche.com’s recent rankings of best private schools. CJ Principal John Marshall ’86 said of the rankings, “These numbers are affirming, as we look at the overall success of our students during their time at CJ and beyond. One of the areas

Congratulations to the Eagles baseball team! They won the state championship game against Wapakoneta, 3-1.

Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School in Dayton Ohio, graduated 150 students from the Class of 2017 on Monday, May 22 at 7 p.m. at the University of Dayton arena. 138 students had reported that they were going to a college or university next school year. Additionally, two students will enter their

Clarence Reed III said his mother, Tamika Alexander, has always believed in the value of education, sending him to Corpus Christ and Mary Queen of Peace schools in Dayton. When it came time for high school, Chaminade Julienne (CJ) seemed the natural choice, given Reed’s sister, Jarnai, a 2013 graduate,

This weekend there are several events in the Dayton Area surrounding The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament to start on Tuesday March 14th. Are you ready to shoot some hoops and want to learn something new? Is tinkering, building and creating something awesome your thing? Then there’s an event just for

Staff Report Perfection is the goal of all athletes and nothing symbolizes perfection like an unbeaten record and a state championship trophy. Archbishop Alter High School in Kettering sent its girls all the way to the state championship game last year, but the Lady Knights fell short. This season, there

Mother of Mercy High School Students pose with canned goods collected for the needy. (Courtesy Photo/Mercy High School)
Staff Report Below are news items from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Mercy students collect canned goods with papal flair Mother of Mercy High School was one of many to collect food for the needy prior to thanksgiving, but the Bobcats did it with a unique approach. Two weeks before

Chamiande Julienne seniors Joe Hoeft, John Carper, Conor Hickey and Ben Reis place a racing bib at Lucas Pfander's grave at Calvary Cemetery. The photo inset is of Pfander. (Courtesy Photos)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Through the end of his junior year at Chaminade Julienne High School, 17-year-old Lucas Pfander had maintained perfect attendance. The fact that he’d never missed a day only made his absence at the start of the next school year seem that much larger. On

Mike Gable of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati mission office, center, and the staff and volunteers of the Su Casa Hispanic Center pose for a photo after the Spirit of Sister Dorothy Stang Award presentation. (CT PHOTO/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman & Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  Named for a modern-day martyr, the Spirit of Sister Dorothy Stang Award is given to those in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati who exemplify love of the poor, and love of the Earth as Sister Dorothy did.