Last week the NCAA granted an exemption to the MSJ and Hiram College women’s basketball programs that would allow a mid-November away game to be held at home on... Read More
Our Lady of Lourdes School (Westwood/Cincinnati) won first place for its entry in this fall’s Harvest Home Parade.
A fixture on Cincinnati’s West Side, the Harvest... Read More
Students at Notre Dame Academy (Park Hills, KY) dressed up in pink for breast cancer awareness — and to cheer on their team — in the annual Play for a... Read More
To bring a little bit of McAuley to her daughter a freshman at the University of South Carolina, JoAnn Schutte of Hamilton contacted McAuley High School’s cafeteria... Read More
Taking advantage of a warm, bright day in early fall, students at St. Henry School (Elsmere, KY) cooked hot dogs in the parking lot using special cookers they made... Read More
“Friday night lights” are a big part of fall at high schools everywhere, and area Catholic high schools of all sizes and athletic divisions are no exception. This... Read More
Work has begun renovating a historic building in Over-the-Rhine as a permanent campus for Chatfield College.
“We have been a part of the Over-the-Rhine community for... Read More
Students at the St. Martin campus of Chatfield College took this photo while marching in the Brown County (OH) Parade in late September.
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Three Covington Latin School parents, themselves alumni, enjoy some German-style fun at a fundraiser for the freshman class.
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Three University of Dayton students inaugurated a new sand volleyball pit by constructing its own miniature sand chapel earlier this fall. The real Immaculate Conception... Read More
Mrs. Summe’s fourth grade class at St. Agnes School in Ft. Wright (KY) celebrated Mary’s birthday on Sept. 8th with a birthday cake, a rosary for each student, and... Read More
The Athenaeum Chorale begins its 35th season Sunday at 7 pm with sung Vespers in the Chapel of St. Gregory the Great, the church at The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St.... Read More
Bishop Francis Lu Xinping of Nanjing, China, visited several Dayton (OH) elementary schools and Chaminade Julienne High School this month as part of a trip sponsored by... Read More
St. Columban School (Loveland, OH) kindergarteners celebrated the letter C this fall with a “hamburger cookie cookout,” wearing chef caps decorated with the letter... Read More
The Cincinnati Bengals will present Covington Catholic High School with a $200,000 grant for a new athletic field on Saturday, Oct. 4th.
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So many students volunteered for the first of four annual Archbishop Moeller High School blood drives for Hoxworth Blood Center last month that some had to be turned... Read More
Hundreds of Catholics ages 13 – 30 will gather at Villa Madonna Academy (Villa Hills, KY). Oct. 11th and 12th for the Diocese of Covington’s 10th Annual YOUTH... Read More
Tonight is the annual Grade School Night at “The Pit,” Elder High School’s famed sunken stadium. Like most area high schools that hold similar events, Elder gives... Read More
Students at St. Ursula Academy in Cincinnati pose with their mascot on the first day of classes this fall.
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The Cardinal Newman Society’s Catholic Education Honor Roll named Covington Latin School a 2014 School of Excellence this month.
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Mother of Mercy High School students and faculty took the Ice Bucket Challenge on the first day of classes this fall, raising money for an ALS charity while enjoying fun... Read More
After a friend’s tragic suicide, McAuley High School sophomore Katie Bergmann wanted to do something concrete to help prevent teen suicide by letting people know... Read More
The Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund (CISE) opened its 34th annual campaign at Great American Ball Park earlier this month, with a record crowd and... Read More
ROTC cadets at the University of Dayton placed 2977 flags on the school’s Central Mall yesterday, one for each person who died 13 years ago in the Sept. 11 attacks on... Read More