Award Year: 2022

Saint Therese School

2516 Alexandria Pike
Southgate, KY, 41071-3298

(859) 441-0449

Ms. Katie Boruske, Principal at time of Nomination

Diocese of Covington

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To challenge each student to embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ, achieve academic excellence, and make a positive difference in the world.

Student Demographics
  • White: 94%
  • Hispanic: 1%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Two or more races: 4%
A new school year begins at St. Therese School.

A new school year begins at St. Therese School.

St. Therese School, a member of the Diocese of Covington in Southgate, KY, has provided generations of students with a quality education that develops their unique capabilities and prepares them to become socially, faith-filled, responsible citizens. Students in preschool through eighth-grade endeavor to achieve academic excellence while embracing the gospel of Jesus Chris to make a positive difference in the world.

The faculty of Saint Therese School is committed to guiding each student to reach his or her full potential. Teachers collaborate across grade levels and disciplines to ensure a rigorous curriculum that meets the needs of all students. To close achievement gaps due to months of distance learning, the school implemented supplemental math and reading programs. The faculty seek a balanced curriculum that focuses on nurturing the social well-being of students, while still including some of the latest technological tools. Learning continues beyond the classroom with activities, such as Academic Team, Service Club, Student Council, book clubs, and our spring musical.

We strive to follow the example of our patron, St. Therese of Lisieux, each day by doing small things with great love. The school's stewardship mission encompasses the belief that it is a privilege to bring time, talents, and treasures to the parish, school, and local and global communities. This inspires students to see how as individuals and as a community, they can make a positive impact on the world around them.