Heading Back to School
St. Martha is heading back to school on Tuesday, 8/25! Please visit our Return to School Website for everything you need to know to get our Shamrocks ready to ROCK this school year!
A Catholic community of dedicated teachers, parents, and students.
502 491 3171
2825 Klondike Ln
Louisville, KY 40218
7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Monday to Friday
Whether you are a parent looking for a nurturing community for your preschooler, a family with school-aged children looking for the right fit, or just curious about our Catholic community – we invite you to come check us out!
It’s not just the students and their families who love St. Martha! Our dedicated teachers are passionate about inspiring students and cultivating a love of learning. Meet them all.
At St. Martha, we combine Catholic faith and teaching with academic excellence. St. Martha offers a robust liberal arts education for students from preschool to 8th Grade.
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Our teachers are equipped with the latest tools, technologies and methodologies that make learning fun and prepare students for the real world.
Our students shine in everything from Book Bee and Quick Recall to theater productions and art club. Future leaders proudly represent St. Martha at the Kentucky United Nations Assembly, Kentucky Youth Assembly and Governor’s Cup.
We are 22-time Toy Bowl champs and recently claimed City Championship titles in baseball and volleyball. Our Sports Ministry offers a wide variety of athletic opportunities in programs including archery, field hockey, cheerleading, golf, swimming, track and more!
We offer programs that cater to busy families – including extensive bus service, as well as summer, Christmas Break, and after school care. Not only do these programs provide a nurturing and familiar environment, they boast their own impressive curriculum – complete with theme weeks and speakers from the community.
Our highly-involved community hosts a wide array of events that’ve become part of our culture – from daddy-daughter dances to health fairs and everything in between. The fun extends to parents too with adult summer sports leagues, coaching and volunteer opportunities.
Along with daily prayer, weekly mass, and sacramental preparation, we work to instill in students the value of service to others. Our students and their families regularly collect supplies and raise money for area ministries and conduct countless hours of service for more than 30 organizations.
Visit our Documents page to browse and download frequently requested documents, forms, handbooks, supply lists, and other resources.
Yes, as part of our promise to give back to our parish community, we are offering discounted tuition rates for families who are active members of our parish. To be considered an “active” parishioner, each parent is asked to commit, on an annual basis, to a variety of parish ministries and stewardship activities. Please visit our tuition page for this years parishioner rate.
No, you do not need to be Catholic to attend St. Martha School. We proudly accept families with different religious beliefs, who are looking for a safe and welcoming environment. Read more about our values.
St. Martha accepts children from ages 3 for pre-k education, up until grade 8.
Suzanne Barnett, Ed.S.