Covington Catholic, is proud to announce that three seniors, John (Jack) Harris, Nick Prospero, and Alex Williams have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit® Scholarship Program.
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Over 9,000 graduates call Covington Catholic their alma mater with a long lasting legacy of "A spirit that will not die!"
Covington Catholic High School administrator Bob Rowe is one of 11 administrators selected across the U.S. to have earned the 2022-23 Outstanding PLTW Administrator award, which recognizes outstanding educational leaders for their commitment to providing students with meaningful learning experiences through PLTW programs.
Thanks to a donation of $167,000 from the Cincinnati Bengals, other CCH donors and the sweat equity of CCH supporters, the dream of an indoor training facility at Covington Catholic High School became a reality today. The facility was abuzz as supporters gathered and applauded the well-deserved thank you’s, a blessing from Fr. Hennigan and the ribbon was cut marking the official opening.
On Thursday, February 23rd, senior Aiden Jones was awarded one of the highest awards a Northern Kentucky high school football player can receive, the NKY “That’s My Boy” Award.
After winning State with a sub 5 minute mile pace, sophomore Will Sheets has been awarded the Baxla Tractor Athlete of the Month. Check our Fox 19 and Joe Danneman's interview in the link.
The state tennis tournament of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association in June is always a family reunion for Northern Kentucky’s most decorated family in the sport.
This year, the Molonys and the Husseys had another member to celebrate, when Covington Catholic sophomore Brady Hussey advanced to the semifinals of this year’s singles championships.