Covington Latin School is a co-educational Catholic college-preparatory high school in Covington, Kentucky, USA, offering a classical education. Since its inception in 1923, the school has operated under the Diocese of Covington; it is located next to the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption. Covington Latin School was founded in 1923 as a boys' school by Bishop Francis Howard and modeled on the German Gymnasium. It opened in a private house with 15 students. In 1925 it moved to Mother of God School and in November 1926 to the Knights of Columbus hall, an 1877 building that had originally been a Methodist Episcopal and was renovated to house the school. The official dedication of that building took place in March 1927. In 1941 the school replaced it with a three-story purpose-built building on the same site, designed in Gothic style to harmonize with the cathedral. That year there were 170 students. More information...

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