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    /slideshows/homeMedium/IMG_6967.JPG Faith St. John the Baptist School empowers students to live faith-filled lives.
    /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.
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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.

  • 2017/18 School Year Registration

    OPEN HOUSE
    February 2, 2017 from 6-8 PM

    Personal tours for new families from 6-7 PM starting at the main school doors (blue awning).  Registration packes for Preschool and Kindergarten - 8th grade will be available at our Opne House.


    Kindergarten - 8th Grade

    Registration for the 2017-18 school year will begin February 6, 2017.  Current students need re-register by February 28 to secure a spot next year.  Registration forms will be sent home to current families late January.  New families can pick up registration packets at our Open House on Thursday, February 2 from 6-8 PM or contact the school.

    Preschool (3yr olds, 4yr olds, PreK)
    We have openings in the 4yr old and PreK classes for our current 2016-17 school year.  
    Click here for more Preschool information

    Preschool registration for 2017-18 school year will run February 6-16, 2017.
  • 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

    • December 21
      Our kindergarten students did an amazing job today at the annual presentation of the story of Mary, Joseph and Jesus.
    • December 16
      Mrs. Shotwell and Mrs. Peters' Geography Bee had 32 participants in grades 4 - 8 this year. The Bee practice started at the end of October. They reviewed a different continent each week. The semi-finals were on November 28. The final was on December 5th. The second runner up was sixth grader Ava H. First runner up was fifth grader Isabella E. Eighth grader Josh M. was the winner. Josh will take an online test in January to see if he qualifies for the State Bee which is held in the Spring.
    • December 12
      The 6th Grade Spanish class visited with the 2nd Graders to teach them a little Spanish. The 6th Graders have been learning greetings in Spanish and the 2nd Graders are learning about Mexico in their Social Studies class. The 6th Graders introduced themselves by their Spanish names and taught the younger students how to say Hello, Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening, and Goodbye. Before they left, they sang a Spanish song.
    • December 7
      With the help from our St. John's Student Council, St. Nicholas made a visit to all the classrooms on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Borgman's Kindergarten class was so excited to feel how heavy the class stocking was and even more excited to find candy canes for all the students inside!
    • December 7
      The Museum Center visited the 2nd Grade class for their program "Many Cultures, One World". The students traveled around the world without even leaving the school! They told a story with musical instruments in Peru, hosted a tribal Naming Ceremony in Kenya, marched in a Chinese New Year Parade, and learned about Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead) in Mexico. It was a fun time had by all!