St. Albert the Great Elementary School

Infobox Private School
name = St. Albert the Great



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type = Private
religion = Roman Catholic
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Principal = Jeanie Flowers
city = Louisville
state = Kentucky
country = United States
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enrollment = 626
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athletics =6B Soccer won city championship in 2006
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mascot = Viking
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homepage = [http://www.stalbert.org/ Stalbert.org]
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St. Albert the Great Elementary School is a Catholic School within the Archdiocese of Louisville and also is a ministry for the St. Albert Church.

About

The school serves Kindergarten classes to the Eighth grade. There are 626 students enrolled and the school is Coeducation. [ [http://www.privateschoolreview.com/school_ov/school_id/11294 St Albert The Great School - Louisville, Kentucky/KY - Private School Profile ] ] The schools mascot is the Viking.

In 2005 St. Albert the Great's Basketball's A team, B team, and C1 Team all won city championships. The 2007 St. Albert the Great's Basketball A team [http://www.loucsaa.org/bbb/Boys-8th-1-AA-Division.pdf] and B team [http://www.loucsaa.org/bbb/Boys-8th-2-AA-Division.pdf] both won the City Championship. The A team beat St. Gabriel Elementary School and the B team beat St. Nicholas Academy. St. Albert's 6B soccer team won the city championship in 2006

Famous alumni

*Chris Burke - Major League Baseball player for the Houston Astros

References


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