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McNicholas High School. (Courtesy Photo)
Cincinnati, OH-McNicholas High School is pleased to announce that Anne Jones has been named Director of Communications and Marketing for the eastside coed Catholic high school. Jones brings to this role expertise that she has honed through experience at McNicholas as a marketing assistant, webmaster, yearbook advisor, and English teacher.

Badin High School senior Logan Hage has been named a Commended Student in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. Hage scored in the top five percent of the more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2020 scholarship competition by taking the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in

CNA Staff, May 20, 2020 / 05:01 pm MT (CNA).- The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference is urging Governor Tom Wolf not to divert federal emergency funds, appropriated to help K-12 schools amid the pandemic, away from the state’s private schools. “That money has been earmarked for ALL schools in our state.

Recognizing DePaul Cristo Rey High School’s “commitment to enriching the lives of children,” the Charles H. Dater Foundation has awarded the school a $25,000 grant for DPCR’s counseling program. DePaul Cristo Rey’s counseling program recognizes that many factors lead to school success so counselors assist students with any personal, academic

More than 500 students and faculty from Roger Bacon High School fanned out all over the cities of Cincinnati and St. Bernard May to beautify their neighborhoods and serve the poor and vulnerable. They kicked off their day with prayer and reflection from Father Roger Lopez. As the Spartans do

Badin High School senior Morgan Deitschel is a finalist for the “Straight A” Scholarship, sponsored by the Anthony Munoz Foundation. “I was very surprised by this,” said Deitschel, a Fairfield resident and the daughter of Charles Deitschel and the late Diane Deitschel. “My counselor, Mrs. (Angie) Bucheit, nominated me and

Staff Report Elder High School principal Tom Otten announced a recent gift of $2.5 million received from the school’s “Guardian Angel” family. Otten explained that the family, who wishes to remain anonymous, earned the nickname “because they seem to be aware of our most pressing needs, yet choose to avoid