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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

Chaminade-Julienne High School Senior Volunteers with her Mother at Food for the Journey. Volunteers are like gold to a nonprofit agency. When they find one willing to take on the work that needs to be done, they’ve found a treasure. That would describe Maria Emmerich, 18, a senior at Chaminade

As Roger Bacon High School students adjust to the new reality of online learning and time away from their classmates, teachers and extracurricular activities, many Spartans are finding new ways to reach out to others and serve the community. When she discovered that many nursing homes were beginning to limit

Olivia Lucia Senior at Lehman High School
by Olivia Lucia Senior at Lehman High School Being a high school senior during the COVID-19 quarantine is frustrating, and not a lot of fun. As a senior, I was looking forward to spending my last few months of high school with my classmates whom I’ve grown with over the

by M.D. Pitman La Salle senior Michael Wergers knows what he wants to be when he grows up, but at 6-foot-3, he doesn’t have much actual growing to do. As graduating Lancers prepare to go off to college next year, he was waiting on acceptance letters in early April from

Expressions of faith continue to flow through the Chaminade Julienne (CJ) community even as school hallways stand silent in compliance with state and national officials through the emergency of managing the COVID-19 crisis. Virtual outreach began in Lent. From live-streaming the Rosary on Instagram, leading the Stations of the Cross

Grad found faith, community at Fenwick Community spirit, inclusivity, and an atmosphere of faith. That’s what recent graduate Lauren Falk found at Bishop Fenwick High School. “I really felt like God called me there,” said Falk, whose younger sister, Anna, is a current junior at Fenwick. Falk went to public

St. Xavier experience inspires grad to teach As he began his high school quest, Daniel Freeman was grateful that his parents didn’t apply any pressure regarding his choice. “My parents both attended public high schools, and said the decision was up to me,” he said. Freeman, who attended St. Ignatius

St. Ursula grad feels well prepared for future From the blog she wrote for prospective students on the St. Ursula Academy (SUA) admissions site to the religion classes that helped deepen her faith, Celia Nusekabel left her mark at her alma mater and feels well prepared for the future. Nusekabel,

Summit grad advocates for mental health issues Nick Nazzaro used his faith and personal experience to touch the lives of other students during his time at The Summit Country Day School. Nazzaro, who hails from All Saints Parish, came to Summit at the encouragement of select baseball teammates. Over the