Mother Maria Anna Brunner Catholic School
Nurturing Minds, Inspiring Hearts, Building a Faith-Filled Future Together
Investing in Your Child's Future
Our academics follow the graded course of study of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. We are accredited by the State of Ohio Department of Education.
• Auxiliary services include remedial math and reading specialists, speech and language therapists, and school psychologists.
• Part-time specialized teachers in art, music, and physical education.
• Small class size with a 20:1 student to teacher ratio
• Comprehensive computer lab and wireless internet access in all classrooms
• Academic enrichment for gifted students
• Online access to student grade reporting
What Our Parents Say
“Because Mother Brunner School is a faith-based institution committed to fostering diversity while focusing on excellence in education, I know my grandchildren are provided with the necessary guidance and value system to be lifelong learners.”
“In addition to great teachers and a student body with genuinely good-hearted kids, God is allowed and always present at Mother Brunner School.”
“I know my children are safe at Mother Brunner. That’s a great comfort in today’s world.”
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Catholic Education Foundation Scholarship:
Parish Grant: Precious Blood Church offers limited financial aid for families.
Preference is given to Parishioner families, but all interested families may apply to be considered: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3XKHK
Pre-K - accepts parent tuition assistance programs: Early Childhood Education Grant:
Publicly Funded Child Care (Formerly known as Title 20)
What Else Do I Need to Register My Child?
You must submit a copy of the following:
Child’s official birth certificate
Baptismal certificate (Catholic only)
Most recent report card
Most recent standardized test scores
Custody papers, if applicable
Schedule a screening for Pre-K or Kindergarten:
If you apply for Pre-K or Kindergarten admission, your child must complete a screening. Call the office for an appointment. Because incoming students come from various learning centers, our screening enables our teachers and administrators to obtain information about the student's skill levels to ensure readiness for our programs. In addition, your child must meet the age criteria of age 4 for Pre-K or age 5 for Kindergarten by September 30, 2024. There is no fee for Pre-K or Kindergarten screening.