A statue of Fr. Chaminade, founder of the Society of Mary, gets a blast of water during cleaning and construction at the Marianist University of Dayton this... Read More
Once Roger Bacon High School in St. Bernard (OH) held All-School Masses in its gym. In recent years, the Franciscan school has begun walking students to St. Clement... Read More
All are invited to the sendoff for the annual scenic three-day bicycle ride departing from the University of Dayton‘s River Campus.
A fundraiser for Dayton Right... Read More
Students at St. Vivian School (Finneytown, OH) said goodbye to their principal Stephen Zinser on the last day of school this spring. “Mr. Z” retired at the end of... Read More
Renovations at Chatfield College’s new Findlay Market (Cincinnati) campus are nearly done — classes start Aug. 24th. Enrollment is open now and financial aid... Read More
Moeller High School (Cincinnati) juniors enjoy some sightseeing in London during a “Brit Lit” (British Literature) class trip to England, where they also visited... Read More
Men have been growing mustaches to honor Cincinnati’s baseball history for today’s All-Star Game, but two local mascots already have mustaches to... Read More
A $200,000 for tuition and fees will allow 20 Mount St. Joseph University graduate nursing students who want to teach.
Students in the school’s Master of Science in... Read More
St. Rita School for the Deaf’s annual festival/fundraiser, a summer tradition for many families throughout the tristate, returns this weekend.
Celebrated every year... Read More
Popular speaker and radio host Patrick Madrid will headline The Dayton Immaculate Heart of Mary Homeschool Conference July 17 and 18 at St. Peter Catholic Church (Huber... Read More
The Alice of Montbar Home Education Association (AMHEA) on the west side of Cincinnati graduated 18 students earlier this month: seven eighth graders and 11 high... Read More
Covington Catholic High School’s new endowment for its STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program honors 1980 graduate Greg Keller, who died in 2000... Read More
The 2015 ACUE (Alliance for Catholic Urban Education) campaign for Northern Kentucky schools ended yesterday on track to break records as donations continued to come in... Read More
Before the school year ended, four Dominican Sisters who taught at St. Gertrude School in Madiera (OH) announced that they will all return to teach next year (one... Read More
An Elder fan takes a photo of the “marquee” advertising the Elder Glee Club’s performance at a venue in Switzerland. The Price Hill/Cincinnati high school’s... Read More
Kindergartners at St. Henry School (Erlanger, KY) visited Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati this spring for the annual butterfly show.
Photo courtesy St. Henry... Read More
Two Archdiocese of Cincinnati schools that had struggled for years, St. Peter Claver Latin School for Boys in Over-the-Rhine and St. James of the Valley School in White... Read More
Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES) celebrated the groundbreaking for its new academic wing with a ceremony and picnic last month.
Principal Sr. Anne... Read More
Parishioners pray and sing at the May Crowning in the grotto at St. Anthony Church in Taylor Mill (KY), where the statue of Mary is in a grotto so high that only the... Read More
Mount St. Joseph University President Dr. Tony Aretz announced that he would step down at the end of the academic year, after seven years at the Delhi/Cincinnati... Read More
The following opinion piece by Bernie Augustine appeared in the New York Daily News Tuesday, the day after the newest issue of Vanity Fair appeared on the shelves with... Read More
At the May Crowning at St. John XXIII School (Middletown, OH) last month, eighth grader Janie Jeffers, escorted by Timothy Erhart and other representatives selected by... Read More
The new Royalmont Academy Classical Preparatory High School in Mason (OH) has graduated its first student: Isaac Chmeil.
The newest initiative of Royalmont Academy, an... Read More
Most schools stick with written tests for foreign language, but at Covington Latin School students studying German, Spanish, and Latin (yes, even Latin) take... Read More