For more than 140 years, St. Louis Catholic school has provided a quality academic education in a loving, Christian atmosphere for the surrounding rural community. The tradition continues today.
Parishioners, staff, and students can trace their heritage back to those original classes, while others are the first in their family to attend. Wherever you fit into this picture, St. Louis School welcomes you!
The staff of St. Louis school is committed to educating the whole child: spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically. St. Louis school strives for academic success in an environment infused with Catholic values and supports the parents as the primary educators of their children. It is hoped that through this education each child will develop into a mature adult and is able to meet the challenges of the future and to live out the Gospel message of service to the Church and the community.
-Accreditation through Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association (OCSAA)
-Education in the Catholic Faith
-Attendance and participation at weekly Mass
-Preschool Program Two or Three Mornings Weekly
-Low Student-to-Teacher Ratio
-Busing for Bowling Green and Patrick Henry School Districts
-SMART Board, Classroom Computers, etc.
-Tutoring and Enrichment Programs
-Library, Music and Gym Programs
-Sports and Other Extra Curricular Opportunities through Public Schools and the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)
+ Each child is unique and is a child of God.
+ Parents are their child's primary educators.
+ All students are capable of learning.
+ We are called to be disciples of Jesus.
+ The values we teach are not only for character development, but a call to holiness.
+ Teachers are ministers of the Gospel.