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    /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/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.
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    /slideshows/homeMedium/StudentCouncil.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/DSC00560.JPG Family St. John the Baptist School nurtures student excellence in a Catholic Family atmosphere.
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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

    Kindergarten - 8th Grade

    Are you interested in the 2017-18 school year?  Contact the school office for more information.

    Preschool (3yr olds, 4yr olds, PreK)

    We have openings in 3 year old and PreK. 
    Click here for more Preschool information
    Click here for a Preschool Registration Form
  • School Spirit Wear

    New School Jackets are now available to order. New Fleece (lower price) and New Sport-Wick.  
    Check out the pictures on the Parent Info page.

    Click here the School Spirit Wear Page
  • School News/Blog

    • October 18
      Siblings Ben, Isabella, and Dominic rallied the school to bring in $1 donation for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and be out of uniform this past Monday. The students loved being out of uniform while supporting this cause for their classmates' dad. The students raised over $450!!!
    • October 12
      Starting Monday, October 16 through November 3 students are encouraged to bring in items for the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive for our Pastoral Area Food Pantry at Corpus Christi. Items need include: canned yams, canned cranberries, canned fruit, canned vegetables, gravy, Jiffy brand corn bread mix, boxed potatoes, stuffing mix, pasta (dried), facial tissues, 2-1 shampoo, and personal care items. Thank you for your generosity!
    • October 12
      Thanks to your support we raised over $12,000 for our school!
    • September 28
      After a field trip with her students to a local Breakout room (suggested by a parent), Mrs. Flick assigned her graduating 8th-graders last year a capstone project to create two math-related escape room challenges for their classmates. The students' puzzle sets were so well done that Mrs. Flick applied last spring for a grant to purchase materials to develop additional curriculum-based classroom escape experiences. The Greater Cincinnati Foundation generously funded the entire grant request! Soon we will have in-house custom-made kits for teachers at all levels to use to create and execute escape room experiences in their classrooms. This exhilarating, blood-pumping, work-against-the-clock activity is a great way for children to learn new information or to cement previously-learned skills and knowledge. Additionally, students develop essential problem-solving and collaboration skills as they work as a team to "breakout" in time.
    • August 18
      Class lists are posted on the main door (blue awning) and the door by the flag pole. The lists will remain up all weekend during the festival. To honor the privacy request of some of our families, please do not post pictures of the list on social media media.