As a parent, you want the best possible education for your child. Students in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools achieve more because more is expected of them by you and their teachers.
Elementary school students receive a firm grounding in fundamentals with opportunities for accelerated learning. Catholic high school students pursue a rigorous course of core studies which exceeds state minimum requirements. Many students pursue advanced placements courses for college credit.
Protecting Your Children
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools is committed to the protection of your children. For more information, please see the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Decree on Child Protection.
Catholic schools can be affordable to everyone through a wide range of financial options, payment plans and tuition assistance. Assistance varies throughout our Greater Cincinnati, Greater Dayton and northern Miami Valley Catholic schools, so please check with your preferred institution for more information.
High school placement tests are regularly conducted throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. These standardized tests measure a student's academic achievement.
When do Catholic high schools give standardized tests for student placement?
To confirm the placement test date, please contact the school of your choice.
Where should a student take a high school placement test?
It is important for your child to take the placement test at the school where he or she plans to enroll in the fall. Contact your preferred high school for further information.
Students and their families can visit Catholic elementary schools and Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati during scheduled open houses. Although houses are scheduled on specific dates, individual tours can be arranged at any time by directly contacting any of the schools in the directory.