SHDHS is Northern Kentucky’s largest Roman Catholic college-preparatory, co-educational high school. Serving the Diocese of Covington since 1933, our mission is to provide a well-rounded, college-preparatory education that teaches students to live the Catholic faith by embracing the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. SHDHS is an active faith community characterized by our five pillars of success: faith, scholarship, athletics, arts, and leadership. Students come to St. Henry because they want to experience the rigorous academic environment we have created, along with our top-tier sports, arts, and other extracurricular programs.
Driven by Love Campaign
When you support the Crusader Annual Appeal, you directly support St. Henry District High School’s mission to “provide a well-rounded, college-preparatory education that teaches students to live the Catholic faith by embracing the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.”
The 2023-2024 Annual Appeal – Driven by Love Campaign is to decrease our debt while improving our future. Gifts of all sizes make an impact. We welcome contributions from our school community, alumni, and anyone interested in supporting Catholic education. Crusader Annual Appeal
SHDHS will administer the High School Placement Test (HSPT) to 8th-grade students on Saturday, 12/9/2023. The HSPT, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., is a comprehensive placement test that assists with admissions and curriculum placement for incoming freshmen.
The cost is $21.50 per student. Students who have approved testing accommodations will start the HSPT TEST at 8:00 AM. If you have questions regarding the HSPT TEST, please get in touch with Alison Lonneman at [email protected].
We invite prospective freshmen and their parents to a New Family Informational Night on Thursday, January 11, 2024, at 6:00 p.m. Learn more about registration, class selection, tuition, fees, scholarship opportunities, financial assistance, and more. If your student has received their HSPT results before this date, regardless of where the test was taken, please plan to bring them with you. Parents will speak with administration, counseling representatives, and all academic departments about course selections for their student(s).