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Volleyball Season is Here

Volleyball is upon us and the Student Council is busy making preparations for the season. They are in need of donations for the concession stand. All donations are greatly appreciated and can be dropped off at the school during normal business hours. For question or more information, please contact Ranetta Howard by emailing As always, GO KNIGHTS!!

The following is a list of items needed:


Cans of soda

Bottled water

Candy bars

Small bags of chips

Any other prepackaged items

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The Piarist School Outreach Program is having a   “HUGE YARD SALE”
July 29th through August 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The yard sale will take place in the gym at the back of the school, located across from Porter Elem. & Davis Produce in Hager Hill, KY.

Backpacks, Shoes, Household items, Blankets, clothing, Dishes and much more will be available.

3 shopping bags of clothing for $5.00

All other items will be priced individually.

Shopping bags will be provided for your convenience. 

   If you have questions please contact our school at 606-789-1967

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Holy Spirit at Geist Mission Group.

Thank you to our wonderful friends from Holy Spirit at Geist in Fischer’s, IN. This summer, they built a beautiful ramp for an elderly man in need and painted over half of the school’s gymnasium. We could not provide the help we do without the help we receive from the generosity and spirit of others. Thank you to all who worked so hard to help a wonderful man be able to access his home safely.



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New School Year

The opening day of School in the park is scheduled for August 16 and the first day of classes is set for August 17. We look forward to seeing everyone again!

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School Calendar Updated

We have updated the School calendar in preparation for the upcoming school year. We look forward to seeing everyone soon!

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Piarist Students Participate in Nationwide Walkout

Dozens of Piarist students participated in the nationwide walkout this morning to bring awareness to school safety and to pay tribute to the 17 victims of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

These students stood outside for 17 minutes with various members of the faculty and staff alongside them. Senior students led a chant calling for change, a group prayer, and a moment of silence for the victims and their families.

We are all honored to stand beside our students.

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Piarist Outreach helps local program feed kids.

The following is an article from the Painstville Herald.

JCSO “Full Baskets, Full Bellies” feeds 300 kids

A Paintsville Herald staff report


For the second year, the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department oversaw the “Full Baskets, Full Bellies” project to ensure more than 300 children in need would not go hungry while they are home for two weeks on Christmas Break.

The sheriff’s office began taking donations as far back as October, with volunteers collecting donations at Walmart and Food City.

“Last year, when we began this project, we weren’t sure how many students we would be able to impact,” said Sheriff Dewayne Price. “This year, we were more prepared and aware of the number of students that we would need to impact...

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Interested in coming to the Piarist School?

All prospective students are required to take and pass an entrance exam to become a student of the Piarist School. If you or your student wishes to schedule an exam, please contact Fr. Tom Carroll at 606-789-1967 to schedule an individual exam. Exams are usually held on Wednesdays but exceptions are made on an individual basis.

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Academic Calendar updated

Greetings. The calendar for the 2017-2018 school year has now been updated for your viewing. We’ll see you in the new school year!

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Both Piarist VolleyKnight teams easily defeated Martin County Middle School at home on Thursday night, which was also Eighth Grade Knight, and Abby Hall was honored in a ceremony held between the two matches.

Sixth grader Lane Eckle led the charge and had a game-high and career high 15 points on serve during the A-team match, serving six consecutive points on serve, and scoring twice off tips, during the first set and hitting seven consecutive points on serve, including an ace, the second time around during the second set. The VolleyKnights won 21-9 and 21-15 for their eighth season victory.

Sixth grader LaMika Shepherd had five points on serve, including an ace followed by three consecutive points on serve during the second set...

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