FAITH · FAMILY · FUTURE
St. Columban School is a Catholic grade school in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Located in Loveland, we educate students in pre-k through eighth grade. We celebrate our 90+ year tradition of academic excellence and achievement, but this is only part of our story.
The Catholic relationships and experiences provided in our community are of profound importance. They nurture the development of each child to best prepare them for the future. Our whole St. Columban family celebrates their gifts in and beyond the classroom.
AT A GLANCE
Nurturing spiritual growth enriched in Catholic education
Developing the whole child in a family-centered environment
St. Columban School is a family-centered community committed to continuing our tradition of excellence
in Catholic education. We strive to provide a consistent faith, family, and future-focused environment that encourages spiritual, emotional, and academic growth so that our students can develop into all
they are capable of being to make a tangible difference in the world.
Nurturing spiritual growth
enriched in Catholic education
Educating with passion and excellence to foster infinite learning and achievement
Developing the whole child in a
In partnership with our St. Columban Parish community, St. Columban provides a faith-filled, family-centered environment with challenging academics that prepares students for future success and service to others.
Christ is the center of our lives.
A Catholic education develops a student's sense of responsibility and integrity.
The parents, the school and the parish are partners in the faith formation of their child.
All people deserve respect and understanding.
Challenging academics develop a student's ability to
Our school is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for our students.
We assist students in becoming:
Ambassadors of their faith who confidently share their knowledge of God and are committed to compassionate service rooted in Catholic beliefs and values.
Respectful persons who honor the human dignity of others and show appreciation of God’s creation by being good stewards.
Critical thinkers who have the skills necessary to evaluate information, creatively solve problems, and articulate viewpoints.
Innovative individuals who are responsive to change and resourceful in new ways.
Global citizens who embrace opportunities to learn about and interact with all cultures and people.