We at St. Saviour Parish strongly believe in the importance of a Catholic education for all of our parishioners and their families. Education, emphasis on the Domestic Church, and faith formation are the heart of evangelization - this includes evangelization within the classroom, as well as the parish and home.
Could my child attend Catholic grade school through the parish?
St. Saviour closed its Catholic Elementary School at the end of the 2001/2002 school year due to low enrollment. Since the parish still feels strongly about our parish children receiving a Catholic education, St. Saviour continues to subsidize tuition for its grade school age parishioners (Grades K-8) who wish to attend one of the surrounding area Catholic Grade Schools:
St. Michael in Sharonville, St. Vincent Ferrer in Kenwood, Nativity Church in Pleasant Ridge, All Saints in Montgomery, St. Gertrude in Madeira.
The amount of the tuition subsidy per student is determined annually by the parish Finance Commission.
Families of these students must be active members of St. Saviour. This way your child(ren) can attend a Catholic grade school and still remain a member of St. Saviour Parish.
Who uses the building now?
The school building is now leased to Linden Grove School, a private, not-for-profit school that offers an alternative education program for students with special needs. They have been leasing the building from the parish since August of 2003 and have expanded from one floor to now using the entire building. The parish welcomes them as a great neighbor and resource to our local community as they continue to spread their mission.