Catholic Diocese of Lexington
      • Christ the King School
        Christ the King School
        412 Cochran Road, Lexington, KY, 40502
        P: 859-266-5641 | F: 859-266-4547


        Our motto, Character, Knowledge and Spirit, provides the framework for our school. Christ the King School views their students as the leaders of tomorrow.

        Our academic rigor provides the knowledge our students need for the future. But more importantly, we look to provide the foundation of our FAITH guidelines. Future leaders should be those who look for Christ in everyone, accept responsibility for their actions, speak with honesty and integrity, respect all people and honor God in all they do.

        Community brings our parish, faculty, school families, and alumni together to foster our faith guideline tenets in our students. All of our community moves to support the growth of our students to be faithful community leaders of tomorrow through learning what that means as a Christ the King student today.

        Our Mission
        Christ the King School develops Character, Knowledge, and Spirit in its students and community by living the Catholic faith through sharing the sacraments, promoting academic excellence, and engaging in service.

      • Good Shepherd Catholic School
        Good Shepherd Catholic School
        75 Shepherd Way, Frankfort, KY, 40601


        Directly to Good Shepherd School
      • Holy Family Catholic School
        Holy Family Catholic School
        932 Winchester Ave., Ashland, KY, 41101


        Directly to Holy Family School

        Rhonda Suman - Director of Development -

      • Lexington Catholic High School
        Lexington Catholic High School
        2250 Clays Mills Road, Lexington, KY, 40503


        Founded: 1951

        Directly to Lexington Catholic

        We, Lexington Catholic High School, serve as an integral part of the educational mission of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington. We serve Catholic students and students of other faith traditions by providing a high quality secondary education that emphasizes the spiritual ideals and moral values of the Gospel.   In this faith community, we form and develop the mind, spirit, and body of our students.

        Lexington Catholic High School represents a long tradition of Catholic education in the Bluegrass Region. The school was formed in 1951 through the merger of two secondary schools, St. Catherine's Academy, founded in 1823, and Lexington Latin High, founded in 1924.

        Blue Ribbon School of Excellence:
        Lexington Catholic is a 2007 No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School.

        Lexington Catholic is accredited by the AdvancED/Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is approved by the Kentucky State Department of Education.

      • Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School
        Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School
        605 Hill n' Dale Rd., Lexington, KY, 40503
        P: 859-277-3030 | F: 859-277-1784


        Directly to MQHR School

        We recognize that choosing a school for your child's education is one of the most important decisions that you will make as a parent.  At Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School, you can look forward to a diverse educational environment that is dedicated to helping each and every student recognize their individual potential.

        Our experienced staff are ready to show you all of the wonderful things that Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School has to offer.  Please contact us today so that we can talk with you about your child's future at Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School.  Registration forms are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

        Our Mission
        Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary School is a Catholic community united by a commitment to educate all our students in religious, academic, artistic and social areas. In a safe environment, combined with high expectations, Mary Queen School strives to provide all students with the tools to become successful, responsible, contributing, loving members of our church community and society.

        Secretary - 
        Kellie Pedroche

        Assistant Principal
        Darren Norton

        Rebecca Brown

      • Our Lady of the Mountains School
        Our Lady of the Mountains School
        405 Third St., Paintsville, KY, 41240


        Directly to Our Lady of the Mountains
      • Seton Catholic School
        Seton Catholic School
        1740 Summerhill Dr., Lexington, KY, 40515


        Directly to Seton Catholic School

        Seton Catholic School, an integral part of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish and members of the Diocese of Lexington, serves students Pre- K through 8. We are committed to promoting academic excellence, individual responsibility and spiritual awareness among our students so they may live more fully in relationship with God and others.

        Seton Catholic School is dedicated to excellence in education and to the spiritual development of youth within the framework of the Gospel and the Catholic faith. Our fundamental task is the education of the whole person, blending learning with faith and with daily life. We strive to instill responsibility and respect for others in our students, as well as a life long commitment to learning, Christian values, and community service. We are dedicated to achieving these goals in a safe and positive Christian community.
      • St. Agatha Academy
        St. Agatha Academy
        244 S. Main, Winchester, KY, 40391


        Directly to St. Agatha

        The members of the Saint Agatha Academy community form a partnership providing a strong academic, Catholic education for the children of the parish and community. Central to the purpose of our school is a genuine desire to develop the whole child academically and spiritually. A Catholic school provides a unique opportunity to strengthen our children's relationship with Christ in all that they say and do. Vibrant learning experiences begin with the strong academic curriculum, which provides knowledge and confidence. Personal growth is fostered so that each member of the learning community has opportunities to reach their optimum potential. Ultimately, we desire our students to have the self-discipline and conviction to become leaders who make the world a better place.

        Our vision is that with the assistance of the Pastor and the parish we will continue the quality education that has been a consistent hallmark of Saint Agatha Academy. Together we can make a difference in the world that is in desperate need of Christians committed to the values and ideals of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
      • St. Francis of Assisi School
        St. Francis of Assisi School
        147 Bryan St., Pikeville, KY, 41501


        Website: St. Francis of Assisi School


        Directly to St. Francis
      • St. John School
        St. John School
        106 Military St., Georgetown, KY, 40324


        Educational Philosophy
        St. John School is a Catholic elementary school (pre-school through 8) that exists to serve the academic, spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of your child. We are fully accredited by the state of Kentucky. All of our teachers are fully certified and most possess a Masters in Education.

        Our school offers your family an excellent opportunity to experience Christian education in action as well as the finest education in the traditionally prescribed areas of language arts, math, science, social studies, and the arts.
      • St. Leo School
        St. Leo School
        255 Huntertown Rd., Versailles, KY, 40383


        Directly to St. Leo

        Who We Are

        Our mission is to develop Christ-centered students with active and creative minds, a compassion for others, the courage to act on their beliefs, and a commitment to live generously in service to others.

        Our vision is for St. Leo School to be a safe, nurturing, faith community where teachers and families come together to educate, inspire and support each student according to his or her unique gifts.

      • St. Mark Catholic School
        St. Mark Catholic School
        115 Parrish Ave., Richmond, KY, 40475


        Directly to St. Mark

        St. Mark, accredited by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, offers a complete primary curriculum serving the educational and spiritual needs of not only the Catholic community but also children of many faiths. In fact, a large number of the students are from faiths other than Catholicism. This religious diversity brings great life and spirit to St. Mark School.

        Probably our greatest strength, though, is the involvement of the family in the education process. The dedication and commitment of so many parents, who give freely of their time and talent, are the hallmarks of our success.
      • St. Mary School
        St. Mary School
        1121 Main St., Paris, KY, 40361


        Directly to St. Mary


      • Sts. Peter & Paul
        Sts. Peter & Paul
        423 W. Short St., Lexington, KY, 40507


        Directly to Sts. Peter & Paul

        Sts. Peter & Paul School (SPPS) has a long history of educating children in the Bluegrass region. Since 1913, SPPS has provided a quality Catholic school education that is second to none. In 2006, SPPS was named a Blue Ribbon School, placing it in the top 10% of the nation based on test scores. This top honor was achieved because of SPPS’ long-term commitment to retaining the highest quality of teachers in addition to smaller class sizes (the average ratio is 20:1).
      • The Piarist School
        The Piarist School
        Hwy 80 Box 870, Martin, KY, 41649


        Mission Statement

        The Piarist School provides a college preparatory education, involving the development of an educational community which includes parents, teachers, students, and members of the local community as co-workers in promoting the physical, intellectual, and spiritual growth of the students. The School is not just a place for the conveyance of subject matter to objects to be educated, but is one where the creativity needed for continuous renewal of society thrives and where formal and in-formal education are so integrated that the School becomes a center for social and cultural activities.