Our mission is to empower children to develop strong academic skills in a Catholic atmosphere. We strive to educate, in partnership with the parents, the whole child: spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally. Ultimately, our mission is to enable our students to become responsible and contributing Christian members of society.
News and Events
Time to start shopping for school supplies! Please refer to the school supply list to purchase supplies needed by grade: School Supplies List 2017-18
Mark Your Calendars!
- St. Teresa Parish Festival – Please join us for our annual St. Teresa of Avila Church Festival, now known as Avila Fest. Saturday, August 5th, 5pm – 12am Adult Night (ages 21 and up) featuring craft beer tastings and entertainment from GenX band. Sunday, August 6th, 4pm – 10pm Family Day featuring a LaRosa’s Italian Dinner and entertainment from Sullivan Janszen Band! Volunteers are needed. Please contact Shannon Darnell at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Back-to-School Bash will be held on Sunday, August 13 from 5-7:00 p.m. Uniforms exchange items will also be available during the Bash for any last minute uniform needs.
- Parish Picnic will be held on Friday, September 1 at Stricker’s Grove from 5-10:00 p.m.
Summer Office Hours
School office hours will be 8:00 a.m. until noon through June 16. The office will then be closed for summer break. The same hours will resume again on August 1.
St. Teresa Registration Packets for K-8 are available online!
Parents: please visit the Registration tab under Bruins or Future Bruins to download the packet. Ed Choice enrollment forms and information are also located under the Registration tab. If you have any questions, please call the school office, 513-471-4530.
Your used uniform items may be dropped off in the school office to be included in the uniform exchange.
Please remember to keep up on your monthly Virtus bulletins as they will continue during the summer months. Thank you!
When it was time to pick a school for our kids, we chose St. Teresa over others because it is a small school that allows for a family atmosphere within the school and parish community. The principal and teachers show true interest and care in each student, and the other parents involved want what we want, a great religious education for our kids that expands their knowledge and develops them to be a good person.
We had several choices when deciding where to send our kids to school. The deciding factor for us was the people we met at St. Teresa. From the families to the administration, teachers and staff, we couldn’t be happier with our decision to become Bruins!
We chose St. Teresa 10 years ago based on its reputation of successfully preparing students for high school, however St. Teresa has provided much more than a solid education for our five children. The Christian leadership of Principal Sharon Willmes and the dedicated staff has provided opportunities to grow both spiritually and academically. The humble community has blessed us with loyal friends and strong Christian examples for our children. St. Teresa has become part of our extended family.
My husband is an alumnus of St. Teresa. When choosing which school to send our daughter, we knew St. Teresa was on the list, even though it was across town for us. However, after visiting St. Teresa and talking to some of the parents and teachers, it became abundantly clear that this would be a great school to send our daughter. From our first encounters with Fr. Mike, Principal Willmes, all of the teachers, and parents, we fell in love. We absolutely love St. Teresa and everything about it! Our daughter is getting a fabulous education and is growing in her faith, knowledge, and understanding of the word of the Lord.