As seen in The Scout Guide + Lexington, Kentucky

Our Catholic school students learn to help others, and make a difference in the world around them.

Together with you, we teach every student who embarks on this sacred journey how to harness their intelligence, compassion, and spiritual conviction throughout the rest of their lives to make their home, community, and world a better place. Click each school to learn more.

Pillars of our Catholic Schools

Faith Formation

Intellectual Development

Character Development

Our Catholic schools exist to form disciples of Jesus Christ committed to improving the world in which we live.We promote integral human development through the three pillars of faith formation, character development and intellectual development.

Faith Formation: Our schools recognize the vital relationship between faith and reason.  Giving primacy to our relationship to God as handed on in the Catholic tradition, which permeates our curriculum. Our belief that we are all sons and daughters of God and we welcome students of all faiths.

Character Development: Our schools are committed to an inclusive, civil and respectful environment in which each student is able to develop their conscience as a moral compass.  Our students learn that their well-being is inter-related with the well-being of others.

Intellectual Development: Our schools are led by dedicated, caring and talented educators who will challenge our students to have a love for learning and a strong foundation for the life-long pursuit of knowledge. Our students will be challenged to think critically and creatively and to take responsibility for furthering their education.

James F. Conneely, PhD

Secretariat/Superintendent for Catholic Schools
Diocese of Lexington

The schools in the Diocese of Lexington are members of the National Catholic Education Association and are accredited by AdvancEd (SACS).