Summer 2014: VBS and Camp Royalmont

Join us for VBS and Camp Royalmont July 21 – July 25

Click here for all the details: VBS & Camp Royalmont Registration Form




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Class of 2014 Largest in Royalmont History

Class of 2014

Royalmont’s Class of 2014 is the largest in Royalmont history with 21 graduates.

Our school community gathered last week to celebrate their many accomplishments at Royalmont with a Graduation Mass and Dinner. This year’s graduates are headed to many area high schools including: Royalmont Classical Prep, Moeller, St. Xavier, Fenwick, Mount Notre Dame, Lakota West, and Ursuline Academy.

Congratulations to our graduates!

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Open House Cook-Out – May 18th

Join us Sunday, May 18th at 1:30pm

Our Preschool – Kindergarten Open House is specifically designed to offer you a first-hand look at the education and formation available to your children at Royalmont.

The afternoon begins at 1:30pm with a Hotdog Grill-out and a special appearance from VeggieTales’ very own Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber!

Following lunch, you’ll tour our beautiful, new campuslearn about our curriculummeet our Formators, and learn what sets Royalmont apart from other Catholic schools.

We look forward to meeting you!

RSVP by calling us at 513-754-0555 or click here to RSVP online.


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5th Grade Monologues

Mr. Schlotman’s 5th grade class presented their monologues this week. Their performances never fail to impress! Each student reads a book and then creates a monologue from the perspective of the book’s main character.

Here’s a small sampling of monologues from this year’s 5th grade class.

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A Visit from Bishop Binzer

We were so grateful to welcome Bishop Binzer to Royalmont recently. He has always been a great friend of our school.


Bishop Binzer’s visit came at the perfect time, just days after our beloved friend and Formator, Mrs. Melanie Wieck, lost her battle with cancer. His words offered consolation, hope and above all a reminder of Mrs. Wieck’s true legacy: her example of Christian discipleship and deep love for the Church and for others.


Following Mass, Bishop Binzer visited with students and enjoyed a snack with our 2nd grade classes.


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