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It’s been two years since my initial visit to Holy Rosary School in St. Mary’s, the only school between Lima and Dayton that has an Academic and Behavioral Learning Enrichment (ABLE) environment that is fully integrated into standardized learning classrooms. It was initially launched by Principal Lori Krugh when the

The theme, “Celebrating a Decade of Faith, Education and Vision,” set the stage for DePaul Cristo Rey’s 10th anniversary party and blessing of its transformed campus. The October 27 celebration included students, current and former school leaders and staff, as well as friends whose support helped make the new buildings

Badin High School senior Case Trokhan pronounced herself “very excited” … and why not? Trokhan has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist – one of less than one percent of American high school seniors to earn that prestigious designation. “I look at it as the culmination of a lot

by Joe Bukuras Washington D.C., Sep 13, 2021 / 15:01 pm Tears flowed down the faces of Abigail “Abby” Agudelo’s classmates, as earlier this year she became the first student with Down syndrome to graduate from St. Augustine’s School in Andover, Massachusetts. “We know other parochial schools in Massachusetts are

Local student Anna Hammann was named one of BBB’s 2021 Students of Integrity (SOI) Scholars. The SOI scholarship is an ethics-based essay competition; recipients are chosen by an independent panel of judges for written submissions demonstrating an exceptional interaction with an ethical dilemma. Anna Hammann is a Cincinnati native, born

(Cincinnati, OH) – Mercy McAuley High School’s Board of Directors announces a leadership change update. At the end of June, Mercy McAuley’s Board announced that Jennifer Fellinger was named President of Mercy McAuley. Since then, Fellinger’s plans have changed, and she has decided not to assume the role of President.

Torry Cornett has been named director of athletics at DePaul Cristo Rey High School. He began his new position in July overseeing all aspects of the athletic program. DPCR offers competitive teams in six sports for its student-athletes. Cornett is a native of Columbus, where he excelled as a student-athlete

by John Stegeman Joe Nagle, principal of Sacred Heart of Jesus School in Fairfield, believes a Catholic education should be a complete education. That’s why he’s a big supporter of the school’s annual capstone project. The project, undertaken by eighth graders in their third trimester of school, is a major

MONFORT HEIGHTS, OH, JUNE 1, 2021 – Congratulations to St. Ignatius of Loyola School Assistant Principal Laura Sieve on her retirement! Mrs. Sieve has served the St. Ignatius community in the classroom for 20 years and as an administrator for 14 years. In fact, she was the first Assistant Principal

May 28, 2021, Cincinnati, OH: Roger Bacon High School is pleased to announce that sisters Claire and Grace Hogshead will serve as Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2021. It is the first time in the schools 93-year history that siblings will have earned these distinctions. Claire is ranked