According to the Cincinnati archdiocese, there are about 8,500 Catholic school students in the Miami Valley. Roughly 2,000 of those attend Alter, C.J. or Carroll high schools. Each of the schools said their enrollment is growing, and continued investments in their campuses help that upward trend.
Carroll High School is about to launch an $8 million donation campaign to raise money to renovate and expand its chapel and science labs, and it will give its football stadium a facelift.
Making sure your schools are up-to-date is nothing new, said Principal Matt Sableski.
“Facilities are an important piece of the attraction process,” he said. “But not nearly as important as what happens inside the classroom.”