Notre Dame Academy offered $43,750 in academic scholarships to 23 incoming freshmen for the fall of 2016 at NDA's High School Placement Test results meeting.
Newport Central Catholic (NCC) has announced that Adrienne Hundemer has been hired as head coach for the girls' track and field team.
This article appears courtesy of TriStateFootball.com and is written by Clayton Castle.
Holmes will be a very different basketball team this season without their perennial all-star James Bolden who has graduated and moved on to West Virginia.
It takes time and a great deal of effort to establish the kind of winning tradition that Covington Catholic has built over the last five years.
Newport Central Catholic has fielded arguably the most talented basketball teams in Northern Kentucky over the past two seasons, but lack the regional and state hardware that other local rivals hav
After collecting more than double the canned goods, students at Notre Dame Academy claimed victory over Covington Catholic in the annual NDA/CCH Canned Food War.
Out of all the viable contenders that Northern Kentucky supplied the high school football ranks this season, only Beechwood and Newport Central Catholic have made it all the way to the state champi
In preparation for their upcoming production of “Annie”, the Newport High School (NHS) Performing Arts program recently took the 35 students who are in the cast and crew to the Aronoff Center in Ci
Northern Kentucky had four shots to send to teams to state football title games next week.
The region will settle for two.
For four teams in Northern Kentucky, the ultimate prize of a state football title is but two steps away and to reach it, each must first win on Friday before earning an invitation to Bowling Green
Covington Catholic High School junior Joseph Wuestefeld was the grand prize winner of the KY FAME and Gateway Community College Open House giveaway.
It was a thrilling Friday night in Northern Kentucky with the third round of the high school football playoffs.
Students in the newly required Personal Finance class at Newport Central Catholic (NCC) were surprised to learn of their homework ‒ playing an online game.
The Northern Kentucky high school football postseason soldiers on with five games to be played featuring local teams on Friday night, three of which showcase head-to-head area battles.