What's Happening at Louisville?

List of 10 news stories.


    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…”
    July 4, 1776, the date remembered for the signing of the Declaration of Independence by representatives of the “thirteen United States of America. On this day, these representatives formally announced the irrevocable separation from the government of Great Britain.
    This great historic document holds the vision and hopes held by the founding fathers, “Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,”… inalienable rights, shared by all people equally.   At the time of this writing, America, despite the revolutionary, compassionate and forward thinking of the Founding Fathers, still held human beings as slaves and fought oppression in a not-entirely-free America. Read more...

    June 19, 1865-June 19, 2020
    “True peace is not merely the absence of tension:  it is the presence of justice.”
    June 19, 1865, marked the day when enslaved African-Americans in Galveston, Texas, were told they were finally free. Since the late 1800’s, Juneteenth has long been celebrated by African-Americans throughout the United States. However, in recent years, particularly on the heels of nationwide protests over police brutality and the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many other African-Americans, we look to this day with a keener, more sensitive eye, as well as a renewed interest in the day that celebrates freedom.

  • Celebrating our Seniors: Turtle Crawl!

    Our graduates and their families celebrated by decorating their cars and participating in a campus parade. As they drove through the campus (multiple times) they honked horns and waved at their teachers, administrators and staff. Faculty cheered them on with giant fan faces of all the seniors. It was a happy way to come together at the end of a very unusual semester. 
  • Mother/Daughter Mass and Alumnae Induction

    In May the Louisville community celebrated our Mother/Daughter Mass and Picnic. The event is available for viewing at www.louisvillehs.org/livestream.  We ask you to share photos of your picnic with us at socialmedia@louisvillehs.org.  This is a special event for all of our families, and especially for our seniors as they will participate in their alumnae induction as part of the event. 
  • Festival of the Arts 2020

    Louisville High School's first ever VIRTUAL Festival of the Arts is now live, featuring AP Art, Computer Graphics, Media, Photography, 2D and 3D artwork. Please visit 2020festival.louisvillehs.org
  • Senior Surprise!

    This weekend our seniors woke up to a surprise delivery! We are so proud of our Royals' dedication and tenacity. You've worked hard, and continue to push forward in the face of uncertainty. Good luck and be proud of your achievements! Hold your heads high and dream big. You will make a difference.
  • Who will roll away the stone?

    In recent days, Pope Francis presented “a plan for the rising up again” of humanity in the midst of a global crisis that has brought the world’s peoples and the economy to their knees. Pope Francis reflects on the coronavirus pandemic in the light of the resurrection of Jesus, saying our experience today mirrors in many ways that of the disciples of Jesus after his death and burial in the tomb. Like them, “we live surrounded by an atmosphere of pain and uncertainty,” and we ask, “Who will roll away the stone [from the tomb]?"
  • EARTH DAY 2020 - Make a Difference!

    Today we celebrate the 50th anniversary of  Earth Day - what can you do to support the climate today? Click here for 10 Earth Day Challenges!  We encourage you to participate in Earth Day events from home and share your activities to socialmedia@louisvillehs.org

  • Louisville Alumnae on the Front Lines

    Thank you to our Louisville graduates working across the country on the front lines of healthcare during this challenging time. We have four graduates so far to share about from the classes of 1978, 1982, and 2009. You are truly WOMEN WHO SHAPE THE WORLD. Click to read about them!
  • Easter Prayer

    Draw us forth, God of all creation. 
    Draw us forward, away from limited certainty
    into the immense world of your love.
    Give us the capacity to even for a moment
    taste the richness of the feast you give us.
    Give us the peace to live with uncertainty,
    with questions, with doubts. 
    Help us to experience the resurrection anew
    with open wonder and an increasing ability
    to see you in the people of Easter.

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