Welcome to Nativity!

Welcome to Nativity School!

Located in the heart of downtown Pleasant Ridge, Nativity School first opened its doors in 1921. For over 90 years we have offered an education second to none to families.  We are proud of our tradition of academic excellence rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Discover more about Nativity School, the Community that supports it, and the opportunities available to your family.

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Festival Volunteer Sign Up

Follow this link to sign up to volunteer at Nativity’s Fall Fest. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054aaeac22a57-nativity1. We appreciate everyone’s help! We have hundreds of open volunteer slots. Feel free to take more than one shift or bring a friend!
If you have any questions or don’t want to use the sign up genius website, just call or email the volunteer coordinator Janet Nawroth atjanetnawroth@hotmail.com or 513-519-1532.

2016 Nativity Golf Outing generates $23,800 in proceeds

The 2016 sold-out Nativity Golf Outing, held on October 15th at Losantiville Country Club, generated $23,800 in net revenue. Many thanks to all those who supported the Golf Outing by playing, sponsoring, volunteering or donating auction items and prizes. All proceeds...

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Summer Hours

Beginning June 1st the campus office hours will be 8:00 am-2:00 pm. This includes both the school and parish offices. The school offices will be ‘closed’ for the month of July, but  will be checking messages throughout. Regular school office hours resume on August 11th. The campus will be completely closed on May 30th, June 16th, and July 4th.

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When a fifth grade teacher and the Phys. Ed. teacher are both ill, and there is no sub. for Phys. Ed., only our wonderful fifth grade sub., Bea Souder, would offer to give them a jazzercise class. Fifth graders win! ... See MoreSee Less

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Bea SouderYou all are too kind! The kids were so much fun!

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Kris Otto SchmutteSome people never change and still have the energy of a 15 yrs old!! You go, Bea Souder!!

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Sarah PetersThis is the best thing I've seen all day!! My boys think Mrs. Souder is the BEST!!!

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Mary Jo HortonCould've used you for Kindergarten P.E. class, Bea Souder!

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Elizabeth Kress CorboYou are the best, Bea! You always go the extra mile for kids!

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Amy Durbin BarrettBea Souder, if you taught an after school class for the teachers, I would take it! I need it!!! 😂😂😂

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Yvette NeirouzThis is so great!

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Mary Gene KlingAbove and beyond!

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Sheila Donnellon BrinkmanBea Souder I would have loved to see this!

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Lisa Marie Carter-Grubbs

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Amy Durbin BarrettI love everything about this!!! ❤❤❤

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Christy Blessing HamptonOh my gosh, this just made my day Bea Bea Souder!!!!!

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Shannon Igbonegun HallThis is awesome!

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Sara Maly SchomakerThis is great!

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Krista Schuler ChildsSo fun. Bea is the best👏

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Beth GundersonLove it! That Bea Souder is the best!

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Sue Donnellon HesselbrockSooo cool, bet the kids loved that!

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Lisa Leuthold HarperLove it!

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Karen Benjamin PeterBea is the bestest!!

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Lisa Wagner JenningsThis is AWESOME!

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Eunice RavennaShe does it all

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Jillian TessThis makes me so happy

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Kay HackettWay to go Bea!

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Tonya Myers MontavonThat one fabulous sub!!

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Maura MuenchenGooooo Bea!!!

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8th grade students took a walk down Memory Lane. They received folders of their work from all of their years at Nativity in preparation for the 8th Grade Portfolio Presentations. ... See MoreSee Less

8th grade students took a walk down Memory Lane. They received folders of their work from all of their years at Nativity in preparation for the 8th Grade Portfolio Presentations.

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Kristine FlinchumThank goodness! I was worried about being able to locate examples of work to use for the project!

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Sheila Donnellon BrinkmanI love these projects!

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Diane De Long DorrGreat idea!!!

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Sixth graders learned about the different kinds of ectonic plate boundaries in science today, making models with frosting, graham crackers, and fruit roll ups. ... See MoreSee Less

Sixth graders learned about the different kinds of ectonic plate boundaries in science today, making models with frosting, graham crackers, and fruit roll ups.

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Jeanne Madore WhittamTerrific way to learn about plate boundaries

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