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Deacon Jerry with students

Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES) is a school as unique as your child. With an emphasis on academic excellence, spiritual growth and a commitment to community service, MTCES helps K-8 students build a solid foundation for life in the 21st century. Since 1998, MTCES has been modeling the teachings of Mother Teresa while preparing students to be strong academic leaders and faith-based community servants who are empowered to change the world.

Current K-8 Enrollment - 613 students


School Hours: 7:45am - 2:20pm 

Office Hours: 7:30am - 3:30pm

Phone Number - 513-779-6585

Address: 7197 Mother Teresa Ln., Liberty TWP, OH 45044


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Denise Harvey - Principal/CEO

Michelle Hinton - Assistant Principal

Jerry Barney - Campus Minister

Kathleen Gilkey - Office Manager

Molly Hinker - Director of Enrollment and Engagement

Marlena Hoendorf - Director of Marketing and Advancement

Meredith Meyer - Director of Finance

Diane Sinnott - Administrative Assistant

MTCES is fully recognized by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and run by a board of staff members, parents and community leaders. Under this direction and with monetary support from our community, we are able to meet the demands of our growing population and ensure that each of our students reaches and exceeds his or her potential.

MTCES complies with the Decree on Child Protection which is promulgated by the Archbishop of Cincinnati. MTCES has 613 students in grades K-8 as of January 24, 2023. A thorough background check is required for all those employed or volunteering to work with youth or vulnerable adults as a cleric, at a parish or school, as an Archdiocesan employee or at an Archdiocesan institution. All volunteers and employees are required to complete the electronic/online background check through prior to beginning their volunteer activity or employment. In addition to the electronic/online background check, employees are required to complete manual fingerprinting and submit a B4 form before beginning their employment at an Archdiocesan parish, school, or institution.

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