School Details

Archbishop Moeller High School

9001 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242
(513) 791-1680

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Private Grades 9-12 907 students Unknown students/teacher

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About this school

Archbishop Moeller High School is a private high school. The principal of Archbishop Moeller High School is Mr. Blane M. Collison, whose e-mail is 907 children attend Archbishop Moeller High School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Asian. Madeira High School is one of the nearest high schools.

Extracurricular activities


  • Band
  • Chorus
  • Computer arts
  • Drawing painting
  • Photography
  • Theater drama
  • Video film production

Languages Taught

  • French
  • German
  • Latin
  • Spanish


  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Field hockey
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • P.E. classes
  • Rugby
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Student Ethnicities

Ethnicity School District
White, non-Hispanic 95% %
Black, non-Hispanic 3% %
Asian 1.0% %
Hispanic 0.5% %
Native American or Native Alaskan 0.2% %
Multiracial 0% %
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0% %

Community ratings & reviews

  • (1 year ago)

    School has a jock culture and bullying issues carried out by the jocks who are not to held accountable. The average ACT /SAT scores and AP scores trail many large public schools - look them up. This was not worth $11 000 per year to us.

  • (1 year ago)

    My nephew is an honors student at Moeller High School. My family feels that the education that he has received at Moeller is outstanding. My nephew's grandfather was the Director of Admissions for another area Catholic high school and taught Chemistry and Physics for 40 years. He feels that the education that my nephew has received at Moeller has been superior.

  • (3 years ago)

    I had such a great experience in my time at Moeller in the mid-90s that I can't put it into words how much I loved it. The camaraderie the academics the sports and so much more. I've stayed in close contact since graduating and am very proud of everything they've continued to do. I can't stress enough how much it prepared me for college and for life. It's well worth the investment!!

  • (3 years ago)

    Moeller is a very poor academic school that stresses athletics. My son was a very good student at Moeller but had to transfer to the public school and found that he was not very well prepared for college prep. class work.

  • (6 years ago)

    Moeller is a great school! Academics Prevail with 98% of the Senior Class Attending College. As a Student at Moeller I think that it is one of the best schools. The House System really lets the new freshmen to be able to meet sophomores juniors and seniors. Also The Laptop program is great

  • (6 years ago)

    My son graduated from Moeller and received an excellent education. Moeller is committed to providing a Catholic education to all students. Therefore there is a wide range of academic abilities in the school. My son was fourth in the class and took all honors and ap classes. His education was second to none and he was extremely well prepared for college. He also had many AP credits thanks to Moeller. Moeller also serves students of all academic abilities which is its misson therefore there are many students who do not take such rigorous classes. But if you are willing and able the rigorous and high level academics are there. Moeller just doesn't restrict its Catholic education to those who can 'test in' like St. Xavier does. And along with an excellent education is a true feeling of family.

  • (6 years ago)

    My son attended Moeller before transferring to the local public school for better academics. He is now attending one of the top universities thanks to the more rigorous academics especially in writing and higher level math at the excellent public school near Moeller. While Moeller is fine if you are receptive to the dominant athletic/jock culture there are far better academic options - St. Xavier and Elder for Catholic Sycamore and Walnut Hills for public to name the best.

  • (7 years ago)

    The best high school in the nation simply put. Provides great education and life skills to students and prepares them for the real world.

  • (9 years ago)

    sent 2 sons to Moeller. Best money I ever spent. Both boys received a great education and had a tremendous high school experience. The school does a great job of motivating the students. Academics are excellent at all levels and athletics are second to none.

  • (10 years ago)

    Atmosphere is very inviting Catholic School in Marianist tradition with focuses on developing young men into leaders for tomorrow. Art Program is top notch with multimillion dollar scholarship offers to students. Over 97% of Students go to College with remainder joining military or technical schools. A lot of extracurriculars Back to Back State Runner up in Quiz Team Historical Wargaming Anime Film Club Science Fiction Film Club Corryville Elementary Tutoring / Big Brothers Program. Very good in athletics also (State Champs in Football Basketball Volleyball Baseball Individual Champs in Wrestling). With famous alumni and faculty such as Gerry Faust Barry Larkin Ken Griffery Jr Bob Crable Adam Hyzdu Byron Larkin Buddy Bell and Chris Monzel (Cincinnati City Council Member). However is all male with sister school Mount Notre Dame to have dances / other social events. Moeller has the laptop program is IBM Pilot School.

  • (10 years ago)

    Good school. Pretty decent education good sports. Not the best though. St. Xavier is the better choice in the area.

  • (11 years ago)

    Academics are outstanding and athletics are far and above the rest. 98% of the graduating class enter college and 40% received scholarships. Thought by many to be the best school in the country.

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