Lexington Catholic High School
2250 Clays Mill Road
Lexington KY 40503-1797
Contact Information
Nonprofit Lexington Catholic High School
Address 2250 Clays Mill Road
Lexington, KY 40503 1797
Phone (859) 277-7183 235
Fax 859 276-3298
Contact Name Dr. Steve Angelucci
At A Glance
Former Names
St. Catherine's Academy, The Latin School
Other ways to donate, support, or volunteer Lexington Catholic provides donor opportunities via checks sent directly to its Advancement Office and through an online donation option on our school website. There are also a wide range of ways benefactors support us with in-kind donations of good and services, which are acknowledged with appropriate gift acknowledgment letters for tax purposes. Lexington Catholic also has many event, Spiritual Life Office, programmatic and service volunteer opportunities.
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expenses - All Years
Expense Breakdown - Recent Year
Statements
Mission Statement
Lexington Catholic High School serves as an integral part of the educational mission of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington.  We serve Catholic students and students of other faith traditions by providing a high quality secondary education that empahasizes the spiritual ideals and moral values of the Gospel.  In this faith community, we form and develop the mind, spirit, and body of our students.
Background Statement

Lexington Catholic High School represents a long tradition of Catholic education in the Bluegrass Region. The school was formed in 1951 through the merger of two secondary schools, St. Catherine's Academy, founded in 1823, and Lexington Latin High, founded in 1924. LCHS moved from its location on Limestone to its new address on Clays Mill in 1957.

Impact Statement  

Exemplar Scholars Program - In addition to its advanced academic path, the Lexington Catholic High School Exemplar Scholars Program is designed to take our most talented math, science, and technology students out of the traditional classroom and expose them to a wide range of experiential opportunities. In doing so, the intent of the program is to provide the best possible education to our most gifted math and science students by allowing them to experience research and internship opportunities at an unprecedented level.

High Marks Tutoring Program

Increased emphasis on the Catholic identity and Campus Ministry program

98% graduation rate for senior, 92% acceptance into college of first choice

Reverse five-year trend of decreasing enrollment numbers of entering freshmen class

Introduction of the school’s Culture and Climate program and House system

 

Needs Statement
1. Funding for tuition assistance for students, with a goal of at least $1 million per year in funds distributed with a long-term goal of $5 million in the recently established Tuition Endowment fund.
2. Implementing a diverse, effective program to address student social and behavioral issues.
3. Greater personnel and equipment resources to prepare LCHS for long-term technology needs.
4. A restructured organization and working partnership with parents in the LCHS community.
5. Funds for a comprehensive, multi-media Lexington Catholic marketing campaign to assist increasing enrollment and promoting the value of a faith-based secondary education.
CEO/Executive Director Statement As we remain steadfastly committed to our mission of nurturing the “Mind, Spirit and Body” of our student community, we’re constantly challenged to maintain a fiscally responsible business model, while concurrently seeking ways to provide an affordable education at Lexington Catholic.
 
As a private, secondary educational institution, Lexington Catholic High School is entirely self-funded. We’re heavily dependent on the generosity of our families, friends and alumni to help us cover the gap between tuition revenue and the increasing costs of operating a first-class educational institution. In addition to the modest annual tuition increases required to help us cover rising operating costs, we are even more dependent on donations to provide the quality academic and extracurricular programs currently expected at our school.
 
Despite these challenges, we are fully committed to securing funding through a variety of avenues to support a tuition assistance program that provides a Catholic faith-based academic opportunity for morestudents in financially challenged families.

We are addressing this challenge with an aggressive development effort to generate increased giving to our annual Tuition Assistance Fund and recently established Tuition Assistance Endowment Fund. Revenues from both sources will be used to provide a deeper pool of funds available to families in need of financialassistance.

Like most schools in the country, we experience many of the challenging social dynamics inherent in any school. Lexington Catholic is taking firm steps in addressing current issues and has implemented proactive programs to address the serious concerns of incivility, disrespect, social and racial bias and bullying. We are committed to offering every student a quality academic, faith-based and social community that is welcoming, safe and nurturing in every way.

These issues are being addressed by establishing a “house system” within our school community. This program approaches school activities, student governance and interaction in an alternative manner to the traditional class system. In lessening social barriers and the delineating aspects of a traditional high school structure, we hope to provide a basis for a more positively interacting school community. Additionally, in fall, 2010, we introduced Champions UKnighted, our version of a big brother/big sister program designed to better assimilate freshmen students into their first year at Lexington Catholic.
We have also instituted a new faculty-oriented Culture and Climate committee as a means of involving our school adult community in discussing social and behavioral issues and concerns and assisting in developing efforts to improve them.

Last, but certainly not least, is our resolve to continue and improve upon the long, proud history of success we have in preparing our students for their personal, spiritual and educational lives as Lexington Catholic graduates. We take very seriously the responsibility of caring for the Mind, Spirit and Body of each of our students during this important time in their lives.
Service Categories
Secondary Organization Category Education / Secondary & High Schools
Tertiary Organization Category Religion- Related / Roman Catholic
Geographic Areas Served
Areas
Kentucky
Serving the Central Kentucky area in addition to international students.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Joe Smith
Company Affiliation REMAX Realty
Term Aug 2014 to July 2016
Board Members
NameAffiliationStatus
Dr. Steve Angelucci Lexington Catholic HSExofficio
Dr. Hubert Ballard UK Healthcare-Pediactric CareVoting
Marty Canning LexmarkVoting
Fr. Alan Carter Holy Spirit / Newman Catholic CenterVoting
Labhras Draper Thoroughbred Breeder and Farm OwnerVoting
Darren J. Duzyk Darren J. Duzyk, PLLC.Voting
Leslie Fannin Central BankVoting
David Graves Cypress Group PropertesVoting
Cindy Hamm Pfizer, Inc.Voting
Linda Hollembaek Lexmark International, Inc.Voting
Judge Joseph Hood U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of KentuckyVoting
Greg Jacobelli Lexington Catholic HSExofficio
Dr. Vince Kellen University of Kentucky- Chief Information OfficerVoting
Clarke Keller Stites & Harbison, PLLCVoting
Barry Kowalik OpticianVoting
Thomas M Lynch IILynch and Associate, PSCVoting
Fr. John Moriarty St. Elizabeth Ann SetonVoting
Christy Nash Lexington Catholic HSExofficio
Cecilia Page UK Healthcare-Chief Information OfficerVoting
Beth Pride The Lexington School-Director of AdmissionsVoting
Nick Schwendeman The Webb CompaniesVoting
Stephen Scott Registered Professional EngineerVoting
Joseph Smith Re/Max Creative RealtyVoting
Dr. Carol Steltenkamp UK HealthcareVoting
Sally Stevens Lexington Catholic HSExofficio
Mike Towles Tri-state Roofing and Sheet Metal CompanyVoting
Don Trail LM CommunicationsVoting
Dave Tramontin Ray Tramontin Co., Inc.Voting
George Ward UK Coldstream ResearchVoting
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 1
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 27
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 20
Female 8
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 90%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Under Development
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 33%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Standing Committees
Executive
Finance
Technology
Building
Education
Institutional Advancement
Comments
CEO Comments       C
CEO/Executive Director
Executive Director Dr. Steve Angelucci
Term Start June 2009
Email sangelucci@lexingtoncatholic.com
Staff
Full Time Staff 103
Part Time Staff 7
Volunteers 4
Contractors 77
Retention Rate 95%
Management Reports to Board? Yes
Staff Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 4
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 101
Hispanic/Latino 4
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Staff Demographics - Gender
Male 43
Female 57
Unspecified 0
Senior Staff
Title Principal
Title Maintence Director
Title Director of Development
Title Director of Admissions
Title Campus Ministry
Title Director of Spiritual Life
Title Director of Athletics
Title Advancement Operations Director
Title Finance Director
Title VP Advancement
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
NonManagement Formal Evaluation Yes
Non Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Description
The Exemplar Scholars Program
 
An
Institute for Excellence in Math, Science, and Technology
 
In addition to its Honors and Advanced Placement academic path the Lexington Catholic High School Exemplar Scholars Program in Math, Science and Technology is designed to take our most talented math, science, and technology students and expose them to a wide range
of experiential opportunities. Students will be provided opportunities to
conduct research as well as job-embedded mentorships within areas of personal and career-related interest. In doing so, these students experience research and mentorship opportunities at an unprecedented level.

 Upon completion of their mentorships, Exemplar
Scholars will be required to present their research in the form of a Senior
Research Project.
 
Program Highlights Include:
ØHighly Selective Admissions Process
ØIncreased Academic Rigor
ØJob Embedded Mentorships
ØResearch Opportunities  and Senior Project
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Population Served , ,
Description
The Exemplar Scholars Program
 
An
Institute for Excellence in The Fine Arts
The Exemplar Scholars Program in The Fine Arts follows a college preparatory path that is designed to take our most talented Fine Arts students and expose them to a wide range of creative opportunities. In doing so, the program allows the Exemplar Scholars in The
Fine Arts to experience collaboration, mentorship, and audience exposure at an unprecedented level.
Students in The Fine Arts Exemplar Scholars Program will be provided opportunities to exercise their talents alongside professionals in various fields within the Fine Arts.
 
The “majors” in the Exemplar Scholars Program in The Fine Arts are Vocal Music, Visual Arts, Theater, Musical Theater, Instrumental Music, and Instrumental Music- Piano. 

Program Highlights Include:

ØHighly Selective Admissions Process
ØIncreased Academic Rigor
ØMentorships with Fine Art Professionals
ØOpportunities to Showcase Talents to the Public        
ØCulminating Senior Project


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Population Served , ,
Description

The Campus Ministry office consists of a full-time director
and full-time chaplain who offer pastoral guidance and ministerial support to the entire Lexington Catholic community and a volunteer assistant who provides support to the director and chaplain. Their goals are to empower students and staffto be engaged as prayerful and generous members of God’s manifold grace andabilities, to focus the talents and energies of students and staff inresponsible Christian ways, and to nurture in students and staff  positive Catholic values of love, honesty, generosity, integrity, peace and non-violence, tolerance, community, responsibility and social justice for all from conception to natural death.

Every year the Campus Ministry office promotes and supports the
following initiatives which require time, talent and treasure:

· Champions Uknighted which is Lexington
Catholic’s version of a big brother/big sister program.  Junior and senior students volunteer to mentor a freshmen to make the transition to high school easier. The ministry office provides events which foster community building , generosity and acceptance for the Champions
throughout the semester.

·  March for Life in Washington, D.C. every January offers our students the opportunity to engage in social justice by providing a voice for the voiceless. Bus rental is our biggest
expense.

·  Formation of our students through our retreat
program is essential. Scholarships are
always needed so that no student will be denied  an outstanding experience due to lack of funds.



Category
Population Served , ,
Description
The High Marks Center is designed to meet the diverse learning needs of all students including those with learning challenges through enriched and individualized academic support.
 
Learning Enhancement Program
The High Marks Center staff will administer learning accommodations as well aslearning interventions using particular resources such as Kurzweil, I-pad learning programs, and technology-assisted skills remediation.

The High Marks Center will also serve as a space for small group instruction and alternative assessment for qualified students (e.g. reading an exam aloud or scribing exam responses).

The Learning Enhancement Program will provide support for students with learning differences and disabilities such as ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and Autism Spectrum Disorders, such as Asperger’s Syndrome.

Teachers will have special training in the Orton-Gillingham Method, a
research-based intervention for students with reading and learning
disabilities.

Our goal is to have students graduate with an understanding of their own learning needs and confidence in self-advocacy as they enter a post-secondary education.

In-School Tutoring Program
The High Marks Center is the location of our free in-school tutoring program available to all students during their flex periods. It is staffed by a minimum of three faculty members from a variety of disciplines. Students may voluntarily attend or may be referred to High Marks Tutoring by a parent, teacher or guidance counselor.

Inits two-year history of existence, the High Marks Tutoring program has already benefitted hundreds of students across the entire spectrum of academic abilities. 



Category
Population Served , ,
Description
The Air + Space Academy is a four year aerospace program is designed to be hands-on application combined with an intense college-ready STEM curriculum. The Air+Space Academy trains Facilitators at each school location. All program content is delivered on-line and is integrated with hands-on activities/labs that model aerospace concepts, skills, and processes. The program, while structured specifically for each grade 9-12, consists of self-paced courses for students. Classroom content is augmented by flight training, camps, and competitions.
Category Education, General/Other Partnerships in Education
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Plans & Policies
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Under Development
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Under Development
Management Succession Plan? No
Organization Policy and Procedures Under Development
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy No
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Awards
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
National Blue Ribbon School of ExcellenceNational Education Association2007
Financials
Revenue vs Expenses - All Years
Expense Breakdown - Recent Year
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2015
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2016
Projected Revenue $8,137,600.00
Projected Expenses $8,094,875.00
Endowment Value $340,000.00
Spending Policy Income Only
Detailed Financials
Revenue and ExpensesHelpFinancial data for prior years is entered by foundation staff based on the documents submitted by nonprofit organizations.Foundation staff members enter this information to assure consistency in the presentation of financial data across all organizations.
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Revenue$8,959,025$8,124,058$7,683,189
Total Expenses$8,834,454$8,042,924$7,404,047
Revenue Less Expenses$124,571$81,134$279,142
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available). Revenue from foundations and corporations may be included in individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201420132012
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
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Government Contributions$0$0$0
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified------
Individual Contributions$619,495$546,087$434,224
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$7,780,153$7,037,664$6,723,927
Investment Income, Net of Losses$188,531$195,241$185,800
Membership Dues------
Special Events$370,846$345,066$339,238
Revenue In-Kind------
Other------
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$7,956,390$7,205,058$6,667,654
Administration Expense$614,922$586,579$504,272
Fundraising Expense$263,142$251,287$232,121
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.011.011.04
Program Expense/Total Expenses90%90%90%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue27%28%30%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$12,899,333$12,892,073$13,129,264
Current Assets$5,290,809$4,754,433$4,311,465
Long-Term Liabilities$4,958,430$4,778,345$4,918,200
Current Liabilities$3,083,845$3,502,410$3,561,298
Total Net Assets$4,857,057$4,611,318$4,649,766
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
State Registration No
Comments
Foundation Staff Comments Lexington Catholic High School is a program run by a church and thus is exempt from filing Form 990. The financial data for the High School was entered using  statements provided by the High School. Financial Reviews provided by Lexington Catholic are also included. 
Address 2250 Clays Mill Road
Lexington, KY 405031797
Primary Phone 859 277-7183 235
CEO/Executive Director Dr. Steve Angelucci
Board Chair Mr. Joe Smith
Board Chair Company Affiliation REMAX Realty