News & Events

The Support the Troops Club continues the tradition of giving during the Christmas season by mailing care packages to Elder grads on active duty.

The Elder Art Department won First Place for the fifth year in a row in the annual Price Hill Will Holiday on the Hill Window Painting Contest.

David Daeschner '18 was recently recognized as a School Winner by Wendy's High School Heisman.

Great Parks of Hamilton County bring Art in Root program to Elder's Art Department.


Mr. Ken Sovern and members of Elder's hockey team took time to volunteer at the DAV 5K Run to Honor Veterans over Veterans Day weekend.

Four Elder seniors will have their artwork displayed at the Mount St. Joseph University Selections 2017 exhibition November 12-December 8.

Be Somebody's SUPER HERO! Volunteer to help hard-working families get more of their own money back. Commitments being accepted now for the 2017 tax year.


Former longtime head wrestling coach Dick McCoy to be inducted into National Wrestling Hall of Fame! (Photo credit: Tony Catanzaro '94 /

Terry McLaughlin '66 was presented with the Altiora Award during the Honors Banquet on October 15, 2017. The award is the highest award given by Elder High School.

Elder High School is pleased to announce Tim Gruber '11 as the school’s next head varsity lacrosse coach.


Elder High School won the School Spirit K-12 award at the inaugural Best of the West competition hosted by Green Township and Cincy Magazine!

Our rigorous Honors Program was designed to provide unique opportunities and challenges to select students. One such opportunity includes a speaker series where students get to hear from community leaders.

We wish to acknowledge the juniors and seniors who have been elected to the 2017-2018 National Honor Society!

Elder students have begun volunteering their time at the Sheakley Boys & Girls Club of Cincinnati on Glenway as a way of giving back to Price Hill and helping grade school students prepare for life.

Elder Swimming was well represented at this year's Great Ohio River Swim on September 24, 2017. In honor of former Elder assistant swimming coach Bill Keating Jr., participants were provided with purple swim caps to wear.

Connor Hirth '18 was named as a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.

It's always nice when our grads volunteer their time to come back and positively affect the lives of our students. In September, members of the Entrepreneurship Club learned more from two of these grads about the path to owning their own businesses.

Skyline Chili has teamed up with Elder High School to benefit Elder's Student Activities in 2017! Follow the link to learn more about how you can join the effort!