Award Year: 2020

Saint Agnes School

1800 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY, 40205-1422

(502) 458-2850

Ms. Julianna Daly, Principal at time of Nomination

Archdiocese of Louisville

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Mission

To instill the intellectual, moral and Catholic values necessary for each child to achieve his/her maximum potential.

Student Demographics
  • White: 92%
  • Asian: 2%
  • Two or more races: 6%
Application
Students and Teachers gather for a day of service.

Students and Teachers gather for a day of service.

Saint Agnes School is a medium-sized Catholic school with a full menu of options for our students to become actively engaged in their learning. Our size allows for a perfect blend of high-quality resources, personal faculty attention, a close-knit parent community and engagement in our faith community that invites your family to make a positive difference in the world. Teachers strive to provide each child with the tools and experiences that will make him/her a self-confident and self-motivated learner. There is emphasis on strong oral and written communication skills, reasoning and problem solving skills, and developing students abilities to manage the vast amount of digital information available to them so that they can become 21st century leaders in our local community, in the Church and in the world.

One of the cornerstones to the success of our students is the school's value of stewardship, which is defined as the caring for the gifts God has given us, including the environment, our own personal talents and other resources. Students in Kindergarten through eighth grade regularly participate in our Step-by-Step Stewardship Program through stewardship projects. Each grade level has a particular area of focus for stewardship education and service. Saint Agnes Catholic Parish community groups and individuals intentionally seek opportunities to connect with teachers and students in ways to support and form a Christian mindset of caring for one another and for our common home. This is done through compassionate action, stewardship, service, and inclusion.