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DePaul Cristo Rey High School seeks a qualified, experienced, and enthusiastic candidate to serve as their next Principal. The Principal serves as the school’s chief educational leader and is responsible for exercising independent judgment in implementing a broad array of academic programs and functions. These responsibilities encompass student growth and

A new course at Saint Ursula Academy provides students with the opportunity not only to find meaning in the sacred, but to uncover the sacred amidst the secular. “Art and Soul: Theological Imagination” originated with Saint Ursula religion teacher Lisa Woodall after she took what she describes as an “impactful

A late afternoon thunderstorm did not dampen the spirits of 150 high school students who attended the Youth Spirit Mass on Aug. 11. They simply switched the Mass location from the open front lawn of the Maria Stein Spiritual Center to St. John Church a short distance away. Wearing their

August 24, 2021: After taking first place at the McNicholas Science Fair and earning a $3000 scholarship at the Regional Science Fair, junior Gia Guessford presented her project at the State Science Fair this summer where she scored a superior rating and won first prize for the Milt Austin Aquatic

My siblings have long joked that I am a teacher’s pet. To make their case, they need only to point out that my favorite day of every summer as a child was school supply shopping. While my three siblings groaned and grudgingly filled the cart with the required items, I

“It’s much more than old-fashioned computers.” Principal Carolyn Murphy with St. Michael the Archangel School described perfectly how technology has evolved across schools in the archdiocese over the past several years. What may have been a computer lab or media space in schools 10, five or even two years ago

For more than half a century, the only Catholic high school in Butler County has made a name for itself with its students, faith life, focus on technology and “Ramily.” What is “Ramily?” Brian Pendergest, Badin High School Principal, and Dirk Q. Allen, Director of Admissions and Media Relations, explain

At Mercy McAuley, we are a family of students, parents, employees, alumnae, benefactors and friends. Tell us about your family! I am so glad to be part of the Mercy McAuley family! My husband is Steven Herppich, and we have been married for almost 19 years. (We met while he

(Cincinnati, OH) – Mercy McAuley High School’s Board of Directors announces the appointment of Jennifer Fellinger as the school’s new President. Fellinger’s appointment comes after a comprehensive national search for the most qualified candidate to lead the school and advance its mission of providing an outstanding Catholic, Mercy education to

Who (or what) are all our Catholic high schools named after, anyway? Here’s a quick guide to the names of the archdiocesan and independent Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati: Archbishop Alter High School, Dayton Named for Karl Joseph Alter, fifth archbishop of Cincinnati, the school opened in