Catholic Schools


Faith, Knowledge and Service form the heart of our Catholic schools.  We are blessed to have schools in 19 counties across Northwest Ohio serving over 15,000 students.  Parents who send their children into our safe and faith filled schools invest in an education not available in a public school environment.  This formation of faith is the bedrock of a Catholic school and the outcome for a child of God is unequalled.

Have your child spend a day with us and you’ll see the difference – a difference to last a lifetime.

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Inclusive Catholic Education

Matthew Daniels
Sr. Director of Catholic Education
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1933 Spielbusch Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43604

419-244-6711 ext. 4903
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Justin Combs
Technology Coordinator/Database Administrator
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Toledo, Ohio 43604
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Kathy Conroy   
Inclusion Consultant
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Toledo, Ohio 43604

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Vicki Fitts
Professional Development Coordinator

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Toledo, Ohio 43604

419-244-6711 ext. 4885
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Tim Mahoney 
Curriculum Consultant
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Toledo, Ohio 43604

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Tony Mass  
High School Consultant/Government Programs
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1933 Spielbusch Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43604

419-244-6711 ext. 4919
Toll-free Ohio: 800-926-8277 ext. 4919
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Peggy Riehl
Coordinator of Instruction

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Toledo, Ohio 43604 
419-244-6711 ext. 4937
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Intervention Specialist
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Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship
Autism Scholarship
Behavioral Assessment
Academic Assessment
Professional Development Presentations on Inclusion

After nominations are submitted, the link for the Golden Apple Award Google Classroom will be shared with the nominees to begin the application process.

Through the generosity and kindness of the Jack and Rhodora Donahue Family Foundation of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, the Golden Apple Award has been established to honor outstanding individuals who devote their lives to teaching in Catholic schools. This awards program has been expanded from the Diocese of Pittsburgh to include the Diocese of Toledo. The 2019-2020 school year marks the fifteenth consecutive year that this prestigious award has been presented in the Diocese of Toledo.

The Diocese of Toledo recognizes and deeply appreciates teachers who base their ministry on the following “Credo”:

As Catholic School Educators,
we believe our Catholic School is not only a school,
but a community of Faith;
we believe those entrusted to us are not only students,
but children of God;
we believe we are not only educators,
but Ministers of the Gospel;
we believe the values we teach are not only character development,
but a call to Holiness;
we believe our courses of study are not only academic pursuits,
but a search for Truth;
we believe the purpose of education is not only for personal gain
and the development of society,
but for the Transformation of the world.

In light of the valuable contribution made by Catholic school teachers to the Church, and society in general, the Diocese of Toledo is able to demonstrate its appreciation through the Golden Apple Award program.

2018 Catholic Schools Week



All schools are celebrating Catholic Schools Week with special recognition days of parishioners, community, families, students, teachers and vocations!  Thank you letters are being written to parishioners for their support, or servicemen and women, local speakers will be visiting schools, and family picnics are being planned!  Special Masses will be celebrated this Sunday with students participating as lectors.  Here are a few special events at some of our schools;


Carey, Our Lady of Consolation

They are having a “Bee” week for the Beatitudes.  Please see attached schedule.


Delphos St. John

On Sunday, January 28th, we will begin Catholic Schools Week at our 11:30am Mass.  Students from all grade levels will participate in this Mass.  Monday is "Souper Bowl" Day.  Students will be asked to bring in cans of soup for our St. Vincent dePaul Society and a monetary donation to Rise Against Hunger.

Wednesday is Vocation Day.  Father Phil Smith and Andrew Wellmann, as well as Sister Immacolata and Sister Teresita Richards will be here to talk about vocations.  We also will have a panel discussion with married and single people.  Culture Project will also speak that day on sexual integrity.

Thursday we will have a K-12 Mass with Father Phil Smith presiding.  We will recognize our volunteers. Mayor Josh Gillespie will also be a Mass to proclaim January 28-February 2nd Catholic Schools Week in Delphos!


Fremont, Bishop Hoffman

In an e-mail from Fr. Nathan Bockrath, “In response to your email about Catholic School's Week, here in Fremont, we will be capping off the week by combining the two campuses that make up BHCS.  This may sound simple, but considering the distance between the two campuses, much coordination is needed.  In the past we have always had an all school-Mass ... which we will still have and Fr. Phil Smith will be our guest homilist.  What will be new this year is that we will have our K-6th grade students at the Sacred Heart campus come over to the St. Joseph campus before Mass.  Based on a housing model, students will have lunch together with some fun activities.  This will be followed by a pep-rally, and then Mass.”


Napoleon, St. Augustine

St. Augustine, Napoleon will be sponsoring a potluck after 10:30 mass on January 28. A reading activity will follow.

St. Jude's Mathathon will take place on Wednesday. Mayor Jason Maassel will speak on Thursday and answer questions. Catholic bingo will be played on Friday.

Student council is sponsoring the activities.


Perrysburg, St. Rose

Sunday, January 28-open house 1-3 pm

Monday-move up day-kids to the next grade level and check things out

Tuesday-teacher appreciation day-lunch provided

-service project with buddy classes-students will be making blankets for Heartbeat

Wednesday-attend Mass with their Buddy classes-donuts after Mass

Thursday-middle school ski trip to Mad River Mountain-lower grades have a movie in the afternoon

Friday-spirit day and annual 8th grade vs. faculty volleyball game


Pt. Clinton, Immaculate Conception

Dr. Vince Schmidt will be speaker after Mass on Sunday.

Monday of Catholic School's Week we will welcome Nick de La Torre to speak at an all school assembly about how to be a Superhero in Today's World.  Students are to invite their superhero.

All week we will be collecting items for Ohio Veterans Home which is our service project for the week.

Another day students will paint rocks in Art Class based on the book "Only One You."

A Coffee with Parents will take place and a Waffle Bar Breakfast for the school.

Mass on Friday with popcorn and a movie in the afternoon.


Toledo, Central Catholic High School

- Monday, January 29 (Community) – We all live in one of the many great communities in Northwest Ohio or Southeast Michigan. Wear something that represents the city you live in, or grade school you attended.
- Tuesday, January 30 (Students) – Our school spirit is alive and well here at Central Catholic! Please wear your favorite Irish gear for the day.
- Wednesday, January 31 (Nation) – Wear red, white and blue to represent the great nation we live in!
- Thursday, February 1 (Vocations) – Adoration will take place on this day, so we ask all students to be dressed in their uniforms.
- Friday, February 2 (Faculty & Staff) – Everyone has a teacher who has encouraged or inspired them here at CCHS. Students, dress up at your favorite teacher.


Toledo, Gesu

Monday – Prayers for Parishioners

Tuesday – Speaker from Cherry Street Mission.  Students paid $2 for a PJ Day today.  The money raised will be presented to the Cherry Street Mission after the talk.

Wednesday – Mayor Kapszukiewicz and Fr. Marty Lucas will be speakers


Toledo, Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Sunday: wear Olph spirit wear to 11am mass

Monday: all school rosary and 100th year parade celebrating our community’s past

Tuesday: jeans day and assembly for students, All School Mass 

Wednesday: wear red white and blue, prayer for our nation, reconciliation, All School Mass 

Thursday: Thank you’s to priests, deacons, religious, awards ceremony, All School Mass 

Friday: teacher jeans day, teacher luncheon, adoration, All School Mass 


Toledo, Rosary Cathedral

Rosary will have theme days each day, celebrating vocations, community, teachers and students.  See attached schedule.


*Toledo, St. Benedict

One of the CSW highlights for St. Benedict Catholic School will be our "field trip" (literally across our field) to the new Sunshine Community Homes on Olimphia Road.  We have been working for several months with Little Flower Parish and Sunshine Community to begin building relationships with our soon to be neighbors; 16 men and women with developmental disabilities who will be living in a setting where they can better share their gifts and talents with others.  On Monday "Celebrating our Community Day," our big and little buddies at school will walk over together to see the finished homes prior to the March move in day.  They will be able to see the rooms where their adopted Sunshine buddies will live and get learn about the special care our new friends will receive in their new homes.  This is the beginning of a long and intentional relationship between St. Benedict Catholic School and Sunshine Community


Toledo St. Pius X

Celebrating Family, Parishioners, Vocations, Community and Students.  Ending with…

Saturday: Celebrate Your Family

Please join us for 4:00 Mass followed by a family “potluck” picnic in the Family Life Center.   We will create our “Family Tree” in the narthex. Please bring a 4 x 6 photo of your family to hang up and help us create our first, St. Pius X Family Tree.

Willard, St. Francis Xavier - The highlights would be "Celebrating Vocations" on Feb. 1st.  We will have four people speak on their chosen vocation.  There will be a college graduate, a sister, military person and a graduate from a vocational school.  Two of our speakers are alumni.  They will speak about how St. Francis Xavier School helped them prepare for their career path.  The other two speakers will incorporate how their faith helped them in the career choice.

    On Friday, February 2nd, our school will have a game night from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.  Students will play board games and enjoy pizza.