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

  • 340 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