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Congratulations to Seton High School junior Grace Villing who received a PERFECT SCORE of 36 on the ACT! Less than 0.2 percent of students throughout the United States achieve this score each year. Grace attends Seton High School on an Honors Program scholarship and takes a challenging course load of

Seton High School Mascot with Seton Alumni at the 2019 Opening Day Parade (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Cincinnati – From May 4 – May 8, five area all-girls Catholic high schools – Mercy McAuley, Mount Notre Dame, Seton, Saint Ursula and Ursuline Academy – are teaming up for a unique city-wide campaign called Girls’ Schools Unite. The fundraising campaign seeks to raise awareness and financial support for

The Elder Art Department participated again this year in the Holiday on the Hill Painting Contest. This year’s painting contest theme was “Holiday Traditions” and the painting is located at Warsaw Federal. Elder’s window won 1st place in the high school category.

Story & photo by M.D. Pitman The quarterly trek the young women from Mount Notre Dame and Seton High Schools take are about much more than just helping some of south-central Kentucky’s farmers tend their land. It’s a spiritual journey that teaches the students about humility, kindness and fellowship all

2019 will be a memorable season for the Elder Panthers as they earned a trip to Canton in the State Finals. The Portable Pit was out in force in Piqua and Canton with students, fans, and alums filling the stands. OPSWA All-Ohio Teams Announced Post Season Honors First Team Offense

The best: victory formation as the Lancers defeated the Massilon Washington Tigers, 34-17
The La Salle Lancers defeated the Massilon Washington Tigers 34-17 to capture their 4th Division II State Title. Check out the night in pictures: AND After a thrilling evening, and a 3 hour bus ride home, some members of the La Salle Football team were up and at ’em and

Story and photos by M.D. Pitman Elder is not just a high school for Adam Duwel and Jack Langen. For them – and the current student body and thousands of graduates of the near-century-old Cincinnati Westside institution – it’s a way of life. Elder is a place with which both

Story and photos by Jeff Unroe. The dedication ceremony began at 6:30 p.m. on September 6, and featured the traditional pregame performance by the Marching Patriots, an address from Carroll Principal Matt Sableski, a blessing of the field by Father Ethan Moore, and a ceremonial ringing of the Victory Bell

Later this month, more than 40,000 students will begin a new school year at the 110 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. That simply could not happen without the generous support of thousands of people. Most obviously, many parents must sacrifice to pay for their children’s tuition because they