Assumption High School educates the whole person - mind, body, and spirit. Students embrace this idea in their studies, extracurricular activities, and journeys of faith. Learn more about our diverse community by clicking the links below.
Class of 2016 Accomplishments
- Earned more than $18 million in scholarships from 72 colleges and universities.
- Sent 99% of students on to higher education
- 1 National Merit Commended Student
- 27 Advanced Placement Scholars: 14 AP Scholars, 8 Scholars with Honor, 5 Scholars with Distinction
- 10 Governor’s Scholars
- 1 Churchill Downs Winner’s Circle Governor’s Scholar
- 8 Scholar’s Thesis Candidates
- 8 Kentucky Regional Scholastic Art Award Winners
- 2 National Speech and Debate Association All-Americans
- 2,473 College Credits Earned
- 23,347 Community Service Hours (over four years)
- Student to teacher ratio: 10 to 1 (one of the lowest among private schools in Louisville)
- Average class size: 18
- ACT average score for Class of 2016: 24 (Kentucky's average score is 20)
- 22 College Board Advanced Placement courses offered (more AP courses than any other all-girls school in Louisville)
- Tuition for 2016-2017: $12,285
- Assumption High School is accredited by the Southern Association for Colleges and Schools and the Kentucky Department of Education.
With a wide variety of courses available, including a freshman-year elective, students can focus on subjects geared toward their college and career goals. Check out the Academics page
where you'll find required credits for graduation, view a sample freshman schedule, learn about academic levels, and AP courses offered. Students will work with a guidance counselor
who stays with them all four years to help them reach their full potential. Assumption's 1:1 Tablet PC program keeps students and faculty on the cutting-edge of technology
and state-of-the-art technology devices are placed throughout the school and integrated into the curriculum.
With over 70 student clubs and activities and 15 sports, plus intramurals, there are countless ways to get involved at AHS. Extracurricular activities are a great way to meet students of all ages who share similar hobbies, interests, or dreams. It's easy to join in the fun. Each fall, AHS hosts a Club Fair designed to give students the info they need to participate. View our student clubs and groups here
. Can't find a club you're interested in? Start your own! Recent clubs started by current students include the Cooking Club and the Movie Club.
Assumption is the only girls' school in Louisville to offer the Family Program,
helping to build community across classes. Visit our athletics
website for more information on Rocket sports. Assumption also has a well-developed, yearly international exchange program
where students spend four weeks of study in Buenos Aries, Argentina, or Johannesburg, South Africa.
Liturgies, theology classes, retreats, and service opportunities can help your daughter deepen her faith in God and belief in herself.
is a unique week in February dedicated to the exploration of Assumption's mission, as set forth by the Sisters of Mercy. Classes are suspended while students engage in a variety of service and experiential activities focused on the mantra: I am a valuable person. I have dignity and worth. What I do makes a difference.
Freshmen participate in outreach by visiting local neighborhoods and expanding their knowledge of their local community. Visiting speakers discuss topics such as body image and building inner confidence and resilience. Sophomores take part in community service through their ACTS (A Christian Through Service)
agency and learn self-defense moves from a local self defense expert. Juniors have the opportunity to job shadow career professionals and help define their desired college major, or spend a day on a college visit to explore their higher education choices. Seniors may immerse themselves on an ARISE mission trip in Kentucky, the United States, or in Latin America; and some who stay at Assumption hear from guest speakers on topics such as dating violence prevention, money management in college, and more. Every student has the opportunity to apply for the BLOOM Theater Project
where students write, direct, and produce original dramatic plays performed throughout the Louisville community.