St. Christopher School, under the leadership of the Sisters of the Precious Blood, opened its doors in the fall of 1959. For more than fifty years, children have received a spiritually rich and academically strong education in a nurturing environment. Over the years, the school has grown into a modern, well-equipped school with a computer lab, science lab, library and dining hall. This growth has been cultivated and nurtured through the strong support of the parish community, caring and involved parents, and dedicated teachers and staff.

With feet firmly rooted in faith and tradition, and an eye on the twenty first century, I look forward to the continued growth of St. Christopher School. This growth will stretch us and mold us to provide for the academic and spiritual needs of children who are facing a rapidly changing and technologically savvy world. The following pages provide just a snapshot of St. Christopher School. I invite you to come see the St. Christopher difference for yourself. Give me a call or drop me an e-mail with your questions or to schedule a tour.

God bless,

Mary R. Kincaid

What’s Happening Now?

“Congratulations to our Power of the Pen team”

St. Christopher’s Power of the Pen team performed outstanding at the Power of the Pen Competition. Our 8th Grade team came in 1st place, and our 7th Grade team came in 3rd. Congratulations to our writing teams and our teachers who take their time to support them.

“We are so proud of our team, the Bumble Bricks!”

January 16, 2016, St. Christopher’s First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Team (the Bumble Bricks) competed in the District Competition at Sinclair Community College. They won the Innovative Solution Award for their project and took 2nd place in the Robot Performance Award (the robot competition). They are advancing to the State Competition on February 6 – 7, 2016 at Wright State Nutter Center. They also received recognition for their Gracious Professionalism in helping tear down and put away the equipment used for the Competition. Once again, you should be very proud of the St. Christopher Bumble Bricks team for their hard work over the last several months and a huge thanks to their coaches for guiding them as well as their parents for support.