PreschoolsThe following preschool is located in Crestview Hills:
Gloria Dei Preschool
Opened in 1988, the Gloria Dei Lutheran Preschool is unique in that children are encouraged and motivated to learn through hands-on learning experiences. Class sizes are kept small with 10 children per teacher and an aide to assist with art classes; they believe that the small class sizes help to give children more individual attention with the ultimate goal of providing a curriculum that builds the child as a whole.
To contact Gloria Dei:
2718 Dixie Hwy
Crestview Hills, KY 41017
Public Schools:Crestview Hills is within the Kenton County School District. The following public schools are the most frequently attended by students living in Crestview Hills:
High School: Calvary Christian School
Private Schools:The following nearby parochial schools are also available to students and operated by the Diocese of Covington:
- Blessed Sacrament Catholic School (K-8th grades)
- Covington Catholic High School (9th-12th grades)
- Notre Dame Academy (9th-12th grades)
- St. Agnes School (K-8th grades)
- St. Henry District High School (9th-12th grades)
- St. Henry School (K-8th grades)
- St. Pius X Catholic School (K-8th grades)
- Villa Madonna Academy (K-12th grades)
CollegesGreater Cincinnati is home to a number of colleges and universities available to students looking for a post-secondary education.
The following college is located within Crestview Hills:
Thomas More University
Crestview Hills is home to Thomas More University, founded in 1921 by the Benedictine Sisters as Villa Madonna College. Serving over 1,600 students, the college is ranked by Money Magazine as one of the “Best College Buys” in higher education and by the Carnegie Foundation, which praises the college as a “selective liberal arts college.” Thomas More was also ranked as one of the Best Colleges (Regional Universities – South) by US News and World Report for 2014.
As a part of Crestview Hills, Thomas More University is an important partner in the community by offering a variety of education and social outreach opportunities for residents. Recent programs have included Division III sporting events (See: Athletics), theater productions, music concerts and guest speakers. Thomas More offers students the ability to earn their MBA degree through an evening program that allows learners to continue working during the day. For more information, please visit Thomas More University's 18-Month MBA Program.
Thomas More University also offers its students and the community the chance to see the stars with the Bank of Kentucky Observatory. The observatory routinely offers open house events where the public can attend a lecture followed by a night sky viewing. For more information, please visit: http://www.thomasmore.edu/observatory/.
The following colleges are also within the Greater Cincinnati region:
- Gateway Community and Technical College—Neighboring Crestview Hills, the Edgewood Campus of Gateway offers students the ability to develop skills in the medical field such as in nursing. These programs offer a great opportunity for those interested or already working at St. Elizabeth Edgewood.
- Brown Mackie College (Northern Kentucky)—Brown Mackie is a for profit college
- Cincinnati State Technical and Community College—Cincinnati State offers in-state tuition rates for students living in Kenton County
- Northern Kentucky University
- University of Cincinnati—The University of Cincinnati offers a Metropolitan Tuition Rate for students living in Kenton County.
- Xavier University