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Accelerate Great Schools, a nonprofit fund founded in 2015, has announced its first two grants will benefit St. Francis de Sales in Walnut Hills and St. Cecilia in Oakley. See the full press release below: Accelerate Great Schools is investing up to $128,000 to support  Cincinnati Public Schools’ (CPS) work …

Catholic school students, their teachers, and their communities throughout the 19-county Archdiocese of Cincinnati are celebrating the 42nd annual Catholic Schools Week Jan. 31 through Feb. 6 under the theme “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” “As the motto indicates, Catholic schools exist to form students in the …

A 20-page section all about Catholic Schools and the ever-popular Fish Fry Guide are the central focuses of The Catholic Telegraph’s February 2016 printed edition, which will begin arriving in mailboxes this weekend. The February edition’s special Catholic Schools section features a breakdown of enrollment and explanation of significant changes in the …

Staff Report Today’s Friday Photo follows a resident of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati all the way to Germany. Moeller High School student Riley Jones received a free study trip to Germany after placing above the 90th percentile on the AATG National German Exam, which allowed him to apply and interview for a …

Staff Report On Wednesday of Catholic Schools Week 2015, Jan. 28, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated a special Mass at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church in Dayton. (See Photo Gallery Below)

Staff Report  Superintendent of Catholic Schools Jim Rigg has served in many roles as a Catholic educator. He’s been a teacher, principal and professor, and to top it off he has two post-graduate degrees. Rigg took on a different role on Thursday of Catholic Schools Week at Our Lady of …

Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has a well-established Catholic Schools Week tradition of holding two Masses in honor of the occasion. One takes place in Cincinnati at the Cathedral, and the other takes place in Dayton with the Archbishop and his auxiliary alternating who celebrates each one.

By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph Aaron Carter plans to study psychology or criminal justice. Mary Ann Chimusoro aims to pursue a degree in anthropology. These two seniors at DePaul Cristo Rey High School seek careers that will enable them to give back to their community because the Cincinnati …

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Even students who enjoy the high school experience typically can’t wait to leave upon graduation. For Meg Eckart, now the director of campus ministry at Bishop Fenwick High School, she felt a call to come back.

Staff Report Representatives from Catholic schools around Cincinnati and the southern parts of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati gathered Tuesday at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains for the annual Catholic Schools Week Mass.