A School For All 1

MTCES Offers 
Educational
 Excellence and 
Spiritual Growth

If you’re from Cincinnati, you’re no stranger to the question, “Where did you go to school?” While in other cities the answer is that of a college or university, it’s often asked in our hometown with expectation of hearing the name of a local elementary or high school.

For students who attend Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES) in Liberty Township, the answer to that question can be met with a confident smile. MTCES helps students in grades K-8 build a solid foundation for life in the 21st century. It’s a school as unique as the children who attend, with an emphasis on academic excellence, spiritual growth and a commitment to community service.

MTCES opened in 1998, based on the beliefs of Mother Teresa—a woman who welcomed all, believed in all and respected all. It’s one of only three independent, private Catholic elementary schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

A small group of families, concerned about the unavailability of Catholic education opportunities in Butler and Warren Counties, founded the school 18 years ago, in the basement of Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Monroe. Since then the school has grown into a full-scale campus with large classrooms and state-of-the-art facilities. In fact, MTCES opened a new academic wing this school year in order to add one more class to each grade level in the coming years.

Tour MTCES to learn more about the outstanding education your child could receive at the upcoming Open House for prospective families on January 29 from 2-5 p.m. For additional information go online or call Office Manager Kathy Gilkey at 513.779.6585. MTCES.org