“One of the greatest gifts we give our children when leave our school is they are self-assured and they have confidence in themselves,” said Sister Anne Schulz, school founder and CEO of MTCES.
Schulz, who will be retiring at the end of next school year, has received many honors, including the prestigious Sister Helen Lucille Habig award from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and a 2009 West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance Woman of Excellence.
“It always makes you feel happy when so many people want to see the school,” she said of the event.
The MTCES’ growing popularity is no mystery to Liberty Township resident and school parent Kay Harmeyer.
“I like the support of the school community,” Harmeyer said. “It makes you feel like family and the education here has proven to be excellent.”
Noel Balster, spokeswoman for the school, said, “August 2018 marks our 20th anniversary and Sister Anne Schulz has been principal since the school’s inception.
“We now serve 518 students in grades K-8. We have four kindergarten homerooms, three homerooms of grades 1-2, and two homerooms for the remaining grades. The expansion that we opened in August 2016 will allow us to continue to steadily grow over the next few years.”