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  • $2.5 million in scholarships and grants are given out every year
  • 29 different programs to help make tuition affordable
  • We accept State of Ohio EdChoice and EdChoice Expansion Scholarships

Faith and Service:

  • Every day begins with prayer and students pray throughout the school day
  • Regular worship services
  • All students participate in service
  • Service includes learning activities and action steps


Academic Excellence:

  • Solid foundations are set from preschool through eighth grade in our elementary schools, which results in high school test scores well above state and national averages
  • 99% of our students move on to college
  • 100% graduation rates
  • Stark County Catholic School High School average ACT composite scores of 24.5 and 24.6 beat the state average of 22.0
  • Programs that exemplify the preschool through grade 12 experience found in a system of 13 unique schools who work together


Low student-teacher ratio:

  • Small Class Sizes
  • 9:1 student to teacher ratio at Stark County Catholic Elementary Schools
  • 11:1 student to teacher ratio at Stark County Catholic High Schools
  • Each student and their family is well known by faculty and staff
  • Personalized attention 

Athletics, Arts and Student Organizations:

  • 55+ athletic sports offered from elementary to high school with some sports offered as young as first grade
  • As a faith-based institution, each of our sporting events are rooted in Catholic morals and values
  • Offering full theatre programs, at both the elementary and high school level
  • An annual Art and Design Symposium highlights the outstanding talent of students from every grade level
  • 10+ music, performing and visual art opportunities for elementary students: 4 theater programs, band, show choir, SmArts, Art in the Classroom, Genius programs
  • Stark County Catholic High Schools offer nearly 60 clubs and student organizations
  • More than 30 sponsored elementary school programs and partnerships
  • Over a dozen summer camps and events offered to elementary students
  • Stark County Catholic High Schools have won 22 State Championships
  • 50% of students play more than one sport


Close-knit Community:

  • A safe and disciplined environment where students feel secure to focus on their studies, practice their faith, and develop the tools necessary for future success
  • Partner nights and teen socials hosted, by the high schools, bring together students across the system for a fun, safe social experience
  • A family atmosphere that celebrates the unique God-given abilities and talents of every student

St. Thomas Aquinas High School and Middle School (Louisville; grades 6-12) | 330-875-1631

     Our Lady of Peace (Canton; grades Pre-K-5) | 330-492-0622

     Regina Coeli (Alliance; grades Pre-K-5) | 330-823-9239

     St. James (Waynesburg; grades Pre-K-8) | 330-866-9556

     St. Louis (Louisville; Pre-K-5) | 330-875-1467  

     St. Peter (Canton; Pre-K-5) | 330-452-0125

     St. Paul (North Canton; grades Pre-K-8) | 330-494-0223

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