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    /slideshows/homeMedium/DSC00073.JPG Family St. John the Baptist School nurtures student excellence in a Catholic Family atmosphere.
    /slideshows/homeMedium/084.jpg Academics 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.
    /slideshows/homeMedium/IMG_0670_JPG.jpg Leadership St. John the Baptist School is creating tomorrow's leaders by fostering leadership skills through the values, principles, and teachings of the Catholic faith.
    /slideshows/homeMedium/DSC_0349.jpg Service St. John the Baptist School is dedicated to service by helping those in need. This is accomplished by class service projects and school-wide sponsored outreach programs.
  • 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.

  • 2016/17 School Year Registration

    Kindergarten - 8th Grade
    Registration for the 2016-17school year starts February 8.  Current students need re-register by February 29 to secure a spot next year.  Please send in this  re-registration form with $200.  After February 29 the registartion fee increases to $300.  To enroll a new student please contact the school office for a registration packet.

    Preschool (3yr olds, 4yr olds, PreK)
    We currently have openings in the 4yr old and PreK classes.
    Click here for more Preschool information
  • School Spirit Wear

    Check out the NEW Blue Jays Pom Pom Hat now available for $12.

    Also we are carrying 2 new types for drawstring back packs.  Great for PE clothes or afterschool items.

    Click here for a School Spirit Wear Order Form
  • School News/Blog

    • November 30
      Santa Shop was a huge success thanks to Laura Heidorn and all her volunteers who helped with set up, shopping, and wrapping!
    • November 28
      During the month of November, the first graders worked on a project that focused on common goals for the classroom. They were given a list of goals to work on both at school and at home, with each goal being a different color feather. Each child, then, made a turkey with the feathers that they earned.
    • November 21
      St. John's Student Council sponsored two bake sales to raise the funds to purchase a new banner for our school. It is proudly displayed in the hallway near the school office.
    • November 18
      Second Grade held an election in their classrooms on Monday, November 10th to prepare for Election Day. Mrs. Rapien's homeroom voted for their favorite superhero and Miss Wilmes' homeroom voted for their favorite candy. The students had a blast learning the voting process. They nominated candidates, campaigned, registered to vote, filled out their ballots, made an "I voted!" sticker, and celebrated the winner.
    • November 18
      The fifth grade has been learning about our great republic as they discuss citizenship rights and responsibilities, American symbol meanings and how democracy works.  They visited The National Flag Company to see how American flags are made (and made our own flags).  They made posters honoring our Veterans and topped it all off on Veteran's Day by inviting several the students’ relatives in to speak including Mr. Blank (Army), Mr. and Mrs. Martinez (both Marines), Mr. Zipperer (Army), and Mr. Tozier (Army).  Mr. Powers, our P.E. teacher, also spoke about his time in the Navy.  It has been an exciting few weeks and hopefully our fifth grade students have a deeper appreciation for our country!