St. John the Baptist School is creating tomorrow's leaders by fostering leadership skills through the values, principles, and teachings of the Catholic faith.
      St. John the Baptist School is dedicated to service by helping those in need. This is accomplished by class service projects and school-wide, Student Council sponsored outreach programs.
      St. John the Baptist School nurtures student excellence in a Catholic Family atmosphere.
      St. John the Baptist School provides students the opportunity to excel in academics with highly-certified teachers that push students to work to their potential.
    • New School Spirit Wear
      Check out the new Royal Blue 1/4 zip sweatshirt now available for $24. 
      This can be worn EVERY school day! We have select sizes available in the school office. 
      Click here for a School Spirit Wear Order Form
    • Welcome to Our School Website
      We are a Preschool - 8th 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!
      God Bless, Ms. Catie Blum, Principal
    • 2014/15 School Year Registration
      Kindergarten - 8th Grade
      We are currently accepting grades 1 - 8 registration for the 2014-15 school year. 
      Our kindergarten class is full however please contact the school if you would like to be on the waiting list.
      Call the school office to have a registration packet mailed to you or to schedule a tour.

      The 2014-15 school year 4-year-old class has  one spot available in both AM and PM classes.  Spots also still remain in the program for Pre-K (M-Th am) and 3-year-olds (M/T pm only).
      Click here for more Preschool information
    • School News/Blog
      • June 2, 2014
        The Fifth Grade created books about themselves in Spanish last week. They brought their stories in to share with the some of the younger grades. They paired off and read their stories in Spanish first, then translated them in English. The younger children enjoyed learning some Spanish words and having the older kids read to them.
      • June 2, 2014
        The Second Grade has been observing the butterfly life cycle in their classroom to correlate with their unit on Insects. They have watched their four live caterpillars forms chrysalises then change into butterflies over the past three weeks. On Friday, they watched as the butterflies flew to freedom, during recess, to hopefully carry on the life cycle.
      • May 8, 2014
        The Second Grade visited the Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show on Thursday, May 8th. They have been studying insects, including butterflies. This was a wonderful experience for the students to get an up-close look as these little creatures and to be able to point out what they have been learning about. The butterflies were very friendly and many students got to hold them.
      • April 30, 2014
        On April 30, seventh grade students traveled to Tanner's Creek in Guilford, IN to learn about the Ohio River watershed. Students collected and identified macroinvertebrates and ten different species of fish from Tanner's Creek. They also conducted six different water quality tests to determine the health of Tanner's Creek. Finally, students discussed the importance of the Ohio River watershed and steps they can take to protect it.
      • April 25, 2014
        Sixth graders extracted DNA from strawberries using common household items. The DNA looked like stringy cobwebs!