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  • 2015/16 School Year Registration

    Kindergarten - 8th Grade
    Contact the school office for 2015-16 registration information and current openings.  Registration for 2016-17 will begin in February 2016.  Mark your calendar for our Open House on February 4, 2016 at 6:00 PM.

    Preschool (3yr olds, 4yr olds, PreK)
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  • Welcome to Our School

    We are a Preschool - 8 th Grade Catholic Elementary School located in Colerain Township within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. We are a Pastoral Area School serving the parishes of St. John the Baptist, Corpus Christi, and St. John Neumann. To learn more about the school, or to schedule a personal tour of the campus, please contact us in the main office at 385-7970. Thank you for visiting our new website!
  • School Spirit Wear

    Check out the Royal Blue 1/4 zip sweatshirt now available for $24. 
    This can be worn EVERY school day!  
    Click here for a School Spirit Wear Order Form
  • School News/Blog

    • November 13
      Lance Long with the University of Cincinnati Police Department brought his explosive detecting dog to St. John the Baptist School on Friday, November 6, 2015. Dozer is a yellow lab about 18 months old who just finished training and will work all sporting events at UC as well as help several police departments in the area. Mr. Long gave demonstration with Dozer and answered student questions.
    • November 10
      Sixth grade students used chicken eggs to study diffusion and osmosis. They measured the mass and circumference of the chicken eggs, used vinegar to dissolve the shell, and then put the eggs in different liquids to see which liquids would cross the cell membrane.
    • October 16
      Mrs. Sander's first grade class had a Pumpkin Investigation: We weighed pumpkins, measured them, and then tried to count all of the seeds inside the pumpkins. First graders think pumpkins are awesome, slimy, and cool!
    • October 12
      Eighth grade students began their study of gas laws by investigating Alka-Seltzer rockets.
    • October 8
      When you’re an 8th grader, functions just seem easier to learn when you get to model functions with sidewalk chalk on the playground. Algebra I students created models of functions and other non-function relations in the form of tables, mappings and graphs and then quizzed each other with their models. Students also learned how to read and use function notation, finding functions of various values on the school wall!