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by Bonny Van Sam Wittmann is not a typical high school junior. He’s an exceptional artist who has drawn the connection between his art and his faith, thanks to a class assignment. “The project was a study of drawing hands from life,” explained Renee Merland, chair of the visual arts

The Carroll High School Symphonic Band and Chamber Strings performs Trans-Siberian Orchestra “A Christmas Eve/Sarajevo.”

by Rachel Prindel Bishop Leibold School received the Ohio Academy of Science (OAS) Edison Award for the 10th consecutive year, the only elementary school in the Miami Valley with such a streak, securing their position as a science powerhouse with the two prestigious awards won over the last several weeks

by Mark Danis “The world is spiritual, but it is also scientific. The more our students today know about science, the better they will contribute to the world they will enter.” This is the expressed motivation for Bob Barthelemy’s generous contribution to Carroll High School’s new STEM Lab. STEM stands

Carroll High School became the first Catholic high school in the Dayton area to earn the Ohio Department of Education’s Purple Star Designation as a military friendly school. According to the ODE website, ‘The Purple Star Award for military-friendly schools recognizes schools that show a major commitment to students and

Sister Mary Alberta Bodde, SC Sister Mary Alberta Bodde, SC, a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, died Dec. 21, at the age of 96. Sister Mary Alberta was born on May 9, 1923, in Goodells, MI. She was raised on a poultry farm, the oldest of five children. She was

Reverend Raymond C. Kammerer died on Saturday, January 4, 2020 in Waynesville, Ohio. He was born on June 15, 1938 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He did his preparatory studies at St. Gregory Seminary and studied theology at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West in Norwood, Ohio. Father Kammerer also received

Check out the photos of the great talent throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.   Special Video: Carroll High School Band, God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman

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

Born and raised in the Wrightwood neighborhood of Chicago, Louanna Orth considered herself fortunate to know all four of her grandparents and her maternal great-grandparents. All but one of her grandparents were born in the United States, and her maternal grandfather was the only one who claimed a heritage other