Information from the Front Office
Picture frames are needed!
If anyone is willing to donate old frames they no longer want or need, please email me at [email protected]. We need a wide variety of sizes and colors, but all frames need to contain still their glass or plexiglass undamaged. Thank you so much!
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR
The online application deadline for 2023-2024 SHDHS scholarships has been extended.
Students can visit https://apps.shdhs.org/admissions/scholarship-application-form to begin the online application process. The deadline for scholarship application submissions has been extended to Friday, March 31, 2023.
Please click here to view a chart of scholarships, eligibility criteria, and submission requirements.
Please note that most of our endowed scholarship recipients are selected by the benefactors of each scholarship annually. The recipient of each endowed scholarship will be notified as soon as the respective scholarship’s benefactor’s decision is made. All endowed scholarship applications are “blinded” (i.e., applicant names are removed) before they are submitted for review.
For scholarship application questions, please contact the SHDHS Advancement Office at [email protected].
Important upcoming date mark your calendar!
March 23 Early Dismissal-11:55 am
Campus Closed 12:00–4:00 pm
Local law enforcement has agreed to provide our staff with specific training as well as provide tools and resources to help us be prepared in the case of an emergency situation. Therefore, we will schedule an early release day on Thursday, March 23, to train our staff. Lunch will not be served on this day. No students will be permitted to be on campus from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm, and all after-school activities will not start until 4:00 pm that day.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we continue to help provide a safe learning environment for all our students and staff.
Financial Aid for the 2023-24 School Year
The FACTS Financial Aid application opened on January 4, 2023. Applicants can use 2021 Tax returns and 2022 W-2s. Applications are accepted throughout the school year, but the first awards deadline is April 1, 2023, and award notifications will be made on April 30, 2023. Applications must be completed and verified by April 1 to be considered for the first round of awards. Please click here to apply. For questions, contact Connie Cornett at [email protected].
Current Families RE-ENROLL for the 2023-2024 School Year
Current students planning to attend SHDHS for the 2023-2024 school year will automatically be re-enrolled on January 4, 2023. Registration fees will be invoiced through your FACTS account and need to be paid manually through FACTS. The registration fee for the 2023-2024 school year is $200. If paid by March 15, students will receive a $25 discount on the registration fee.
If you have a current SHDHS student and will be adding a freshman in the 2023-2024 school year, please contact Connie Cornett at [email protected] to receive your multi-child discount.
Registration fee schedule - Paid by March 15, 2023
· 1st child $175
· 2nd child $150
· 3rd child $100
· Family Cap at $425
After March 15th registration fee is:
· 1st child $200
· 2nd child $175
· 3rd child $150
· Family Cap at $525
There are no forms to fill out. If you do not plan on returning for the 2023-2024 school year, please get in touch with Toni Lehan at 859-525-0255, ext 2826, or [email protected].
For questions regarding invoicing and how to make payment, don't hesitate to get in touch with Connie Cornett at 859-525-0255, ext 2801, or [email protected].
Math placement test information for 2023-2024 freshmen
This MATH Placement test is for any incoming freshman who is interested in taking Algebra II Honors as a freshman. Students registering for Algebra I or Algebra I Honors as freshmen do not need to take this placement exam. If you have any questions, please get in touch with Ms. Clare Grosser at [email protected].
When: Saturday, April 29, 2023, from 8:00 - 9:00 am
How Long: 1 hour; 45 Questions
How Much: No charge
For more information about SHDHS Freshman Math Courses, click here.
Don't Forget to Shop and Support SHDHS
SHDHS participates in The Kroger Plus Community Rewards Program, where you can earn funds for SHDHS without spending additional money! Link your shopper's cards to St. Henry District High School and start shopping.
Kroger Community Rewards
Visit https:www.kroger.com/i/community/community-rewards for detailed instructions.
Search for St. Henry District High School from the list, select, and click "Save."
Alumnus Joe Wilson was Accepted to McConnell Program
Joe Wilson, a 2021 alumnus, was accepted to the McConnell Program at the University of Louisville. Joe is a political science major and has been given the prestigious honor of being admitted to this program. Here's more information (https://louisville.edu/mcconnellcenter/scholars/meet/joe-wilson)
Crusaders of the Week
Congrats, Liz Addington, on receiving the Health Crusader of the Week. Mrs. Kaiser notes that whether the topic is on First Aid, Skeletal System, Nervous System, Nutrition, or Mindfulness Meditations, Liz Addington gives 110%. She has one of the highest percentages in the class and is excited to learn each and every day. Her energetic attitude and warm smile are rewarding to me as a teacher. Her respect and helpfulness to her classmates need to be applauded as well. Congrats Liz Addington!
Mr. Trame nominates freshman Kendall Rice for Physical Education Crusader of the Week. Kendall has done a phenomenal job in Physical Education Class. She has been there every day, giving an outstanding effort in every activity or strength/agility training. Regardless of her skill level, Kendall always brings her best to every sport or activity. In addition, Kendall always displays a cheerful disposition, an eagerness to help, and a commitment to excellence in every aspect of Physical Education! Congratulations, Kendall Rice!!!
Ms. Poly recognizes Elinor Ernst as Crusader of the Week! Some may recognize her as the flying squirrel, but the Broadcast Media class knows her as the Warrioress of the Week! Congratulations Nora! This week we celebrate you. Do not be fooled by her quiet and reserved temperament; Nora is powerful, intelligent, and commanding. Her creative skills are off the charts. Her wicked sense of humor always brings a new perspective to any assignment, and she is truly committed to excellence. To say that she is a pleasure to work with is an understatement. Nora is kind, compassionate, empathetic, sensitive, and engaging. Thank you, Nora, for drumming to your own beat. You are endlessly special.
AP BIO students investigate the process of Protein Synthesis using a modeling kit from the innovative company 3D Molecular Designs. Protein synthesis is the multi-step process that takes the information in an organism’s genetic code and converts it into various structural and functional proteins used by the organism.
Congratulations to our CRU STEM/STEM Honors students who completed their first mini-group STEM Project. This introductory project allowed them to practice working as a team, working towards a goal, and working safely in the lab. Overall, it was a great success. Ask your student about their project. Please enjoy the pictures of the groups. Congrats to our overall winners from 6th Period STEM: Logan Thoss, Kayden Durett, Spencer Harris, and Colton Ross! Great job!
We are starting to build mousetrap cars this week, so I invite you to ask your student how their group is progressing on that project. Thanks for entrusting your child's education to SHDHS. God bless you!
Spring Coaches/Parent Meeting - Spring Meet the Coaches/ Parent meeting will be held on Monday, March 6, at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. Parents will meet with Mr. Schneider to be given information regarding spring sports and then divide into team meetings with the coach.
St Henry District High School Athletic Boosters
Please mark your calendar. The Boosters are selling mulch; we will deliver it to your home! The delivery date will be the weekend of April 21. We will begin taking orders on February 19. Details will be available at CruMulch.com. We would greatly appreciate your business!
Father Jason joined the basketball team for a team dinner before the regional game.
Senior Portrait Information
Saint Henry is happy to announce that long-time photographer, Dianne Bomar, will provide formal senior portraits on March 14, 2023, during the school day at SHDHS main campus. The New Studio/You See Photography, Inc. has been in business since 1977. It is the premiere school photographer in the greater Cincinnati area, providing school portraits and senior portraits to local schools and our school too! The New Studio/You See Photography, Inc. is based in Loveland, Ohio, and you can visit their studio website at www.TheNewStudio.net for examples of senior portrait work. Pictures will be available for purchase both online and with the order form. Parents will receive an email with the link for online ordering directly from Dianne Bomar, the company's owner, and president. Portrait Examples are available here.
May 20 - Crusader En Blanc (Seniors only) time change
The Crusader en blanc time has changed from 6-10 to 5–9 pm. Parents are welcome to stay from 5–6 pm. Plan to visit the art gallery for the art show beginning at 4:00 pm.
5/23/23 Baccalaureate Mass and Senior Awards
- Seniors dress up for this occasion and sit with their parents.
- Mass will be held in the SHDHS Drees Homes Auditorium beginning at 6:00 p.m.
- The Senior Awards ceremony will begin shortly following mass.
- Students will receive four tickets per family (senior students do not need a ticket).
- If you need extra tickets, please call the office at 859.525.0255 or email [email protected]. If your family does not need all four tickets, please let the office know so we can open up spots for larger families. Spacing is only limited to Baccalaureate, not Graduation. We will do our best to accommodate larger family needs.
- Please make sure all scholarship offer information has been submitted to Mr. Chris Reeves at [email protected] ASAP - our students deserve to be recognized for their hard work.
- No caps and gowns for this evening.
- Graduation practice is mandatory and will be held at Thomas More University (TMU) at 10:00 am on 5/25/23.
- Graduation will be held at TMU and begin at 7:00 pm
- There will be no limit on guests attending graduation.
- After the graduation ceremony, students will proceed out the back doors at floor level. Families will exit at the main entrance where they originally entered.
- Graduation gowns must be turned in before leaving TMU.
For questions, email Toni Lehan at [email protected].
Junior retreatants had the chance to endure the candle relay to prove they could lift their lights high and keep them burning!
Please invite grandparents (or grandparent figures) to the annual grandparent Mass(es)! Each grade level will celebrate Mass in the auditorium. Grandparents will be seated at 9:45 am, and Mass starts at 10:00 am, followed by a light refreshment/reception. For questions, please email Annie Poat (Campus Minister) at [email protected]. Please click here to sign up.
- Senior - Wednesday, March 8
- Junior - Tuesday, March 28
- Sophomore - Tuesday, April 4
- Freshman - Tuesday, April 25
Our Lenten Fundraising Event for USA with Ukraine and Mary’s Meals begins NEXT WEEK! You will bring in monetary donations to your religion class throughout the next five weeks and compete with other class periods. Your teacher has different weekly incentives for the class with the most money collected! If each student brings in $2-3, we can raise $2,000 for these two amazing agencies. If you want to learn more about what they do, check out their websites/video below.
Video here: https://www.youtube.com/embed/uDQrm93dzrw
SHDHS has several Lenten offerings, including weekly Masses, service opportunities, weekly Rosary, weekly Confession and Adoration, and Lenten small groups. I recommend you review the activities for your student to join and encourage them to participate and sign up! Click here for more information.
The Office of Catechesis and Evangelization invites you to join us at the 2023 NCYC: Fully Alive conference on Nov. 16-18, 2023, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) is a unique three-day experience for Catholic teens. Hear inspiring Catholic speakers, celebrate Mass with thousands of teens, and participate in reconciliation and adoration. Enjoy praise and worship music led by award-winning artists and experience interactive exhibits with games, crafts, obstacle courses, and more. For more information, visit https://ncyc.us/about/
If interested in attending, please get in touch with our Campus Minister, Annie Poat, at [email protected].
There will be an informational meeting in the upcoming weeks to discuss registration and fundraising to cover the cost of the event.
Important Upcoming Dates:
AT A Glance events
March 4 - BINGO, 11:30 am
March 6 - SHDHS Chipotle Fundraiser, 4-8 pm, 3100 Dixie Hwy, Erlanger
March 6 - Spring Coaches Meeting, 7:00 pm
March 7 - ACT - Juniors only, dismiss after the test
March 7 - FEC Meeting, 7:00 pm
March 8 - Senior Grandparent Mass, 10:00 am
March 10 - Out of Uniform
March 14 - Senior Pictures
March 17 - No Classes
March 23 - Early dismissal, 11:55 am
March 24 & 25 - SHDHS Play, 7:00 pm
March 26 - SHDHS Play, 2:00 pm
March 27 - Boosters Meeting, 6:30 pm
2022-2023 School Calendar
Click here for a quick look at the 22-23 pdf school calendar. Subscribe to our school calendar by clicking here for all up-to-date information.
WHO WANTS TO GO TO GERMANY!?!
Your student* is invited to join us on an upcoming educational travel experience to Germany in the Summer of 2025!
When students travel, they expand their knowledge of the world around them, discover more about themselves, and grow more confident. These skills are critical for creating the global citizens of tomorrow, and I would love to have your student join me on this adventure.
Hear all the details, including the itinerary, activities, academic opportunities, and the cost of our trip, at our informational meeting on Wed, March 1, at 6:00 pm. The meeting will take place in the Cafeteria.
Please click on this link for the meeting ASAP to save your seat: https://bit.ly/3wZYMup. If you cannot attend the meeting, please go to this link and select the option to receive information about the trip.
There are limited spots on this trip, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!
*8th-grade students entering 9th grade in the Summer of 2025 will not be eligible for this trip.
FEC Meeting: The next FEC meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, 3/7 at 7 pm in the media center; We will be discussing the end-of-year activities such as Teacher Appreciation Week, Graduation/Baccalaureate needs, and initial plans for next year. All are welcome to attend!
GO Pantry/FEC Service Project: The FEC has teamed up with GO Pantry for a service project in their warehouse on Sunday, 3/26, from 1-3 pm. We will be creating Go Bags and boxing them up. We are looking for a couple of parent volunteers/supervisors for this project. Thank you for your help! Please sign up using this link: https://signup.com/go/mHUyZYy
We want to thank all of our Platinum Sponsors.