A good education is important to our children's future, and
Louisville schools makes this a top priority. Louisville has many
options for schooling from public schools, private schools, catholic
schools, colleges and universities.
Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) have been honored by some
of the top national and independent organizations. Four schools
(Ballard, Eastern, Male and Manual) made Newsweek's top high schools
in the US for 2006, while Crosby Middle made a short list of 27
top "Schools to Watch".
JCPS is not the only ones winning honors, several students are
also winning nation awards for art, science and engineering, speaking,
spelling, mathematics and more.
If your more interested in your child attending a catholic school,
then you are in luck. Saint Xavier and Trinity (both male) are nationally
known for high academics and stellar athletics. Saint Xavier has
the most successful athletic program in Kentucky with 133 state
championships, while 38 students were honored by the National Merit
Scholarship Program in 2006. Trinity has been honored with the Blue
Ribbon School of Excellence with acceptance into 160 colleges and
universities across the country in 2006, including Stanford, Yale,
Harvard, MIT and Notre Dame, just to name a few.
Louisville has a wide range of colleges and universities to meet
your desire for higher education. Everything for major universites
like the University of Louisville, to community colleges like Jefferson
Community & Technical Colleges, to a couple Theological Seminaries
and specialty schools like the Liberal Arts of Bellermine University
offers a wide range of options
As you can see, with so many options, Louisville has put you and
your childrens education a top priority.