The spring edition of the Marianist publication, Alive magazine, featured an article about CJ's Cuvilly program.
In part, the article reads:
"Today, Cuvilly is widely hailed as one of the most comprehensive Catholic high school special education programs in Southwest Ohio. Currently, 108 kids out of a student body of 680, receive special support services. That's one in every seven students.
"What's more, the program now occupies a location in the center of the school, and Cuvilly students are main-streated into academics, extracrrucular porgrams, retreats - 'all of our school functions, as much as possible,' says John Marshall, principal. 'The students in the Cuvilly program fit seamlessly into the fabric of our school.'"
The article showcased students and teachers from CJ, activities and accomplishments of students, and how Cuvilly is one of the many programs at CJ that makes the school special.
Read the full article from Alive magazine here.
Posted April 11, 2018