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Join more than just a high school. Join a brotherhood.

Thank you for your interest in Saint Xavier High School. If you're ready for a challenge, we're ready for you. To ensure you can still fully experience St. X, we have opened campus for personal tours, shadow visits, and Walkabout Wednesdays.

Over the years, St. X has consistently delivered the best education, proving the value a Xaverian Brothers education brings to all our students. We want to give you this same experience and show you that St. X is the place to help you maximize your potential.

At St. X, you will become part of something more than just a high school. We pride ourselves on developing not only exceptional students, but also well-rounded men of character, faith, and service to others. We accomplish this by offering many opportunities for students to become involved in the school community. With over 60 sports, clubs, and activities, there is something for every interest.

Our academic program offers five customizable levels of learning to ensure all students are equipped to reach their potential. We know that excellence is about attention to the development of every individual-that is why we focus on our students and the way they learn, offering each his own unique experience and path to success.

The lifelong brotherhood at St. X is unmatched. You will spend four years in high school, but the connections and friendships you make as a Tiger will last a lifetime. Our student body is comprised of young men from 58 different schools, a variety of backgrounds, and several geographic locations.

As our students come together as one, we value and honor the individuality that each brings to the brotherhood.

Please know that we are here for you as you make the important decision of choosing a high school. We want to help you make the choice that is best for you.

 

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Campus News

Business and StoX Club

Jack Henry, Staff Writer • Xavier News

The world of stocks is very confusing, but with help from Mr. Blaser and his Business and StoX Club, they become much clearer. In each meeting, Mr. Blaser and his club dive into the world of stocks to grasp how financial decisions affect our lives.

St. X Shines in Scholastic Art Competition

Liam Whelan and Bram Long • Xavier News

The Scholastic Art competition is an annual event where talented students submit works of art in hopes of winning prestigious awards. ‘Keys’ are awarded regionally and rank from gold to silver, with honorable mentions handed out as well. After the regional competition within each state, the most outstanding art pieces reach the national round, where scholarship money is handed out. This year, a group of St. X students won two Gold Keys, six Silver Keys, and eight honorable mentions in photography, as well as four honorable mentions in ceramics.

Governor’s Scholars Program

Seniors Ethan Ball and Adam Pfeiffer were chosen as Churchill Downs Winner’s Circle Governor’s Scholars. Churchill Downs, Inc. partnered with the Governor’s Scholars Program to recognize a select group of Governor’s Scholars who have achieved academic and personal excellence despite potential barriers. Congratulations, Ethan and Adam!

Stop Tip Line

Kentucky Office of Homeland Security is proud to provide an email tipline to all Kentucky schools.

The Safety Tipline, Online Prevention or S.T.O.P Tipline is designed for use as an "online" reporting/prevention tool. If students, parents or community members know of an unsafe situation in school (bullying, weapons, drugs or alcohol, etc.), they can anonymously pass on that information to school personnel by using this basic email format.

Link to tip line: https://safeschools.ky.gov/.

Secondary School student video “How to use the State STOP Tipline.” 

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