The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools are committed to teaching values for a lifetime and are dedicated to helping students reach their highest potential. The many benefits of a Catholic education help students develop the foundation they need for success in life.
Spiritual and Moral Values
Unique to Catholic schools is the opportunity to nurture spiritual and moral values within the students. This occurs and is constantly reinforced not only in classes of religious instruction but throughout the curriculum and extracurricular activities. The Gospel message is taught in our classrooms every day.
Our private schools are renowned for academic excellence with students consistently scoring in the top 1/3 on nationally standardized tests.
Catholic schools exemplify the importance of living the message of the Gospel by helping others. All of our students participate in community service projects.
In a Catholic school, a child will be encouraged to further his or her education. The total number of Catholic high school graduates who continue their education is approximately 98 percent.
Catholic school students enjoy the benefits of a broad selection of extracurricular activities and sports to develop community commitment, social skills and physical fitness. Approximately 80 percent of our students participate in these activities.
Parental involvement is a critical to our schools. From the education commissions to home and school associations, to booster clubs and more, our private high schools and elementary schools look to parents for leadership.
Catholic students believe in the importance of a quality education. Approximately 98 percent of Catholic school students finish high school.
All teachers in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic Schools are state certified, prepared and eager to educate your children. With nearly 3,300 staff members, including many who hold advanced degrees, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholic elementary schools and high schools are well equipped to teach values for a lifetime.