Mission & Facts

At Louisville young women grow to become moral decision makers, to assume an attitude open to change and growth and to make choices of integrity in all areas of human experience.
  
  

Our Philosophy

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  • Philosophy

    Louisville High School, a Catholic community, values the dignity and potential of each individual and serves as a center for academics within an atmosphere of spirituality and outreach. 
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Portrait of the Graduate

A Louisville graduate listens, questions and engages to remain open to learning.

A Louisville graduate confidently accepts challenges and seeks solutions in order to heal, unify and transform.

A Louisville graduate develops and shares her creative talents to enhance her community.

A Louisville graduate prays, serves and forgives because she values the dignity and promise of each individual.

A Louisville graduate willingly acts with compassion and generosity to build meaningful and supportive relationships.

Our Mission

As a Catholic high school, Louisville educates young women in a vibrant, supportive learning community guided by the mission of the Sisters of St Louis to “work toward a world healed, unified and transformed.” Challenging academics and caring faculty empower each student to develop her confidence, integrity and faith to meet the needs of an ever-changing world.

~Quotations drawn from the Archives of the Sisters of St. Louis and Abbé Louis Bautain, Founder

Facts: Students

  • 350 young women
  • Average class size is 19
  • Student to faculty ratio: 11:1
  • 50 zip codes represented
  • 40% receive financial aid
  • 45% take at least one AP exam annually
  • 80% of AP students score 3 or higher
  • 90 hours of service per student by graduation
  • 10,000 collective service hours annually
  • 58% participate in athletic programs
  • 81% of athletes are academic honor students

Facts: Faculty

  • 31 teaching faculty
  • 12 have taught at Louisville for over 10 years
  • 90% have advanced degrees and/or credentials in their area of instruction
  • Half have 20+ years teaching experience
  • 17 alumnae are faculty/staff members