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Louisville, KY 40218

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The Catholic Education Foundation set and achieved a “miracle” fundraising goal of $1 million at their annual Salute to Catholic School Alumni dinner. One of the honorees was St. Martha’s very own Richard S. Buehner. Richard has worked in marketing, manufacturing and business development and has helped thousands of people “think about God.” He graduated from St. Martha and St. […]
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Advent is upon us. So what does that mean for us as Catholics? Advent is a Latin word that means “coming.” It is a time of preparation and waiting for the birth of Jesus. Advent officially begins four Sundays before Christmas. For most of us, the season of Advent is one of the busiest times of the year. With the […]
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Congratulations to our 7th and 8th grade students who participated in the Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) and were recipients of a “Delegation of Excellence” certificate for the school and Ethan who received an Outstanding Delegate Award! From November 5th-7th, twelve middle school students from St. Martha School participated in the Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA), an experiential learning program in which students serve […]
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I CAN DO THINGS YOU CANNOT, YOU CAN DO THINGS I CANNOT; TOGETHER WE CAN DO GREAT THINGS. ~ Mother Teresa St. Martha is excited to be starting a connection with ESL Newcomer Academy. Newcomer Academy is a learning program within Jefferson County Public Schools with curriculum which provides a welcoming and respectful environment for students new to the United […]
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Did you know Mrs. Thornsberry has her own YouTube channel? She started her channel last school year and uses it in her classes.  Students are able to access information and demonstrations on a wide variety of art. They can follow along with videos that teach the skill, look back if they want a refresher on information taught, or try out […]
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Goals are a proven tool for success and can improve any area of life. The process of setting goals allows children to choose where they want to go and what they want to achieve. Knowing what they want to achieve helps them know where to concentrate efforts and improve. Goal setting gives children long-term vision and short-term motivation.  Follow these […]
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A HUGE THANK YOU to our Student Council for organizing today’s fundraiser for the victims of Hurricane Harvey! They organized a Stewardship Day for students to dress down with a donation, and worked with the 8th graders to bring in baked goods to host a bake sale during lunch. They set a goal of raising $1,000 to be donated to […]
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As parents, one of the most important things we do for our children is support their learning at home. Kids are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in their homework — it shows kids that what they do is important. Here are a few tips for helping with homework.   1. Let your child know that […]
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The 2017 eclipse was phenomenal! After studying about the eclipse in the first few days of school, we were ready to witness this incredible event as a community. Students, parents, grandparents and faculty gathered in our back field to check out the eclipse. Mr. Key was the master of ceremonies, providing interesting facts and playing music to go along with […]
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Warm & Inviting

“My children attend this school and love it!  The community is warm & inviting, the school staff genuinely care about my children's whole well-being. I highly recommend this school.”

– Kari Ogle

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2017-01-15T08:33:19+00:00

– Kari Ogle

“My children attend this school and love it!  The community is warm & inviting, the school staff genuinely care about my children’s whole well-being. I highly recommend this school.”

Being a Part of a Family

“When choosing a parish for my family, I was looking for a community that would fulfill our spiritual, educational, and social needs. St. Martha Church and School has been that for over 23 years now."

– Dana Bale

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2017-01-15T08:39:56+00:00

– Dana Bale

“When choosing a parish for my family, I was looking for a community that would fulfill our spiritual, educational, and social needs. St. Martha Church and School has been that for over 23 years now.”

Top-Notch Academics

“Top-notch academics, athletics, students and parents. You won't find a better school!

– Katherine A. McCurry

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2017-01-15T08:42:19+00:00

– Katherine A. McCurry

“Top-notch academics, athletics, students and parents. You won’t find a better school!

It’s a Blast

“Softball leagues here are a blast. Best fish in town!”

– Kathleen Smith

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2017-01-15T08:43:41+00:00

– Kathleen Smith

“Softball leagues here are a blast. Best fish in town!”

You Can’t Beat the People

"My husband and I toured several parish schools in Louisville, and St. Martha stood out for its incredibly friendly staff and supporting culture. We felt the magic immediately."

– Lauren Micka Thomas

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2017-01-15T17:10:14+00:00

– Lauren Micka Thomas

“My husband and I toured several parish schools in Louisville, and St. Martha stood out for its incredibly friendly staff and supporting culture. We felt the magic immediately.”

Great Prep for High School

“The community and fellowship are amazing. My boys have made friendships and bonds they will treasure. Their educational experience has been wonderful and will help them with their transition to high school!”

– Maranda White

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2016-03-14T15:19:08+00:00

– Maranda White

“The community and fellowship are amazing. My boys have made friendships and bonds they will treasure. Their educational experience has been wonderful and will help them with their transition to high school!”

Family is the Best Word

"The teachers are really vested in the kids long after they leave their classes. Family is the best word to describe St. Martha and prepared is the best word to describe my son after his time there.”

Amy Landrum

Mrs. Brennan Ebersold
5.0
2016-03-14T15:19:18+00:00

Amy Landrum

“The teachers are really vested in the kids long after they leave their classes. Family is the best word to describe St. Martha and prepared is the best word to describe my son after his time there.”
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