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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.
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Kindergarten - 8th Grade
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6th, 7th and 8th grade students gathered together for a retreat facilitated by NET Ministries Team # 3 at Corpus Christi on Thursday, March 30. The retreat theme was “Anchored in Hope’ and focused on the power of being anchored in the hope of the Resurrection amidst the storms of life. Students connected well with the team members and were very engaged in the activities. It was a spiritually uplifting day of reflection and growth in faith as well as one of fun and fellowship.
Students in second grade recently had two enrichment programs from Mother's Nature. During the first visit the students watched and participated in a puppet show called "Body Mechanics" to learn all about the Human Body. The second visit was to teach the Second Graders about Recycling. They learned all about the 3 R's with a short puppet show, sang a recycling song, listened to a story about Pollution, and played a game called "Recycle or Landfill?" They even got to replicate a paper recycling factory by working an assembly line to recycle old newspaper. They made a new sheet of paper from the recycled material!
Seventh grade students visited Sharon Creek on April 3 to learn about the Ohio River watershed. Led by the Ohio River Foundation, students collected macroinvertebrates and fish from Sharon Creek to check for biodiversity. Students also conducted various river chemistry tests to check the health of Sharon Creek. Based on the data collected, the students determined that Sharon Creek was marginally healthy.