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  You just graduated from high school. Congratulations! Now college is on the horizon, a time full of promise and possibility. You will learn a lot, meet interesting people, choose a career, and possibly even find the person you will marry.  You will also make important decisions about your faith

Archbishop Alter High School, Kettering 161 Graduates Continuing education after graduation: 99% Total Scholarship amount offered class*: $17,259,000 Stephen T. Badin High School, Hamilton 133 Graduates Continuing education after graduation: 99% Total Scholarship amount offered class*: $18,000,000 Carroll High School, Dayton 175 Graduates Continuing education after graduation: 97% Total Scholarship

Stephen T. Badin High School (Courtesy Photo)
Badin High School will conclude its 50th anniversary celebration when the Class of 2017 graduates on Friday, June 2, at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church in Liberty Township. “We’ve hit some very meaningful milestones in the past couple of years,” said Badin High Principal Brian Pendergest. “We’re proud of the Class

Badin High School’s Class of 2017, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the school’s opening in 1966-67, has amassed nearly $19 million in college academic scholarship offers. “It’s a measure of the opportunity a Badin High School education provides,” said Principal Brian Pendergest as Badin hosted its 11th annual Academic Signing

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

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Royalmont Academy Classical Preparatory High School student Isaac Chmiel is in a league of his own. The senior represents the entirety of the Royalmont class of 2015. He’s also the school’s first high school graduate as Royalmont became a secondary school this academic year

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 •

Monday, May 18, 2009 ARCHDIOCESE — Graduation season is one again upon us and area students will soon be donning their caps and gowns, marking the end of their Catholic high school years and looking to the future with faith and enthusiasm.