These are Catholic high schools in the state of Kentucky which were once in operation, but were closed. Some are from the very early part of the 20th Century or even the late 19th Century. Click on the name of the school for details. As possible, we have listed the schools by Diocese.

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Newport Catholic - Diocese of Covington

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Newport Central Catholic High School (NCC) is a coed privates secondary school in Newport, Kentucky. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington. Founded in 1896 with a Roman Catholic affiliation, it serves students in grades K-12 in the Northern Kentucky area, including the neighborhoods of Newport, Ft. Thomas, Bellevue, Dayton, Southgate, and Wilder.

Newport Catholic was for many years an all-boy high school. The two institutions that merged to form the modern school were the all-boys Newport Catholic High School and all-girls Our Lady of Providence High School. Newport Boys High School was originally conducted by diocesan priests. Our Lady of Providence was conductde by the Sisters of Divine Providence.