1) Who can attend the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools?
Our Catholic schools welcome students of all faiths, races, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
2) Do all students take religious education classes?
All primary and secondary students study religion education. Students in our Catholic schools also take part in activities such as the liturgy and retreat programs which are designed to help them develop their faith.
3) Do the Catholic schools offer tuition assistance?
Tuition assistance is available to most families in need. For more information on how you can receive aid, contact a Catholic school close to you.
4) Do all students need to wear uniforms?
All students are required to wear uniforms in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools. For information, contact the school in your area.
5) What resources and technology do the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools offer students?
Our Catholic schools utilize the latest computer technology and many schools now use interactive white boards in their classrooms. Contact your local Catholic school for more information regarding specific resources.
6) Do the Catholic schools offer advanced classes?
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic schools offered a well-structured curriculum, designed to prepare students for college. To challenge outstanding students, the schools offer a variety of advanced courses. Check with your specific school for the advanced classes that are available and how students qualify.
7) Is safety an issue at a Catholic school?
No. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools have numerous safety guidelines in place to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff.
- All visitors for our Catholic schools are required to check in at the main school office.
- Safety drills (i.e., fire drills, tornado drills) are routinely conducted.
- Adult supervision is required throughout the day.