Nativity Academy at Saint Boniface is a Catholic middle school. It uses a proven educational model to provide an excellent education, both in and beyond the classroom, for at-risk children in Metro Louisville communities. Its mission is to evoke a passion for learning so that each child may reach his/her full potential.
History of Nativity Academy
Founded in August 2003 by Fr. Tim Hogan, at that time pastor of St. Boniface parish, and administered by Sr. Paula Kleine-Kracht, OSU, Nativity Academy at St. Boniface was established as a Catholic middle school to educate urban youth. Along with the sponsorship of the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville, and the Xaverian Brothers, Nativity Academy teaches formal religion classes within the Catholic Faith. All students participate in ecumenical and Catholic prayer services, but are not required to be, or become Catholic.