There are 8 catholic high schools and quite a lot more elementary schools in Louisville, Kentucky, but none have "Louisville" in their name. The nearest name match is Louisville Classical Academy, which is a non-sectarian school.
yes there are more Louisville fans than Kentucky
As of the 75th tournament (2013), for which Kentucky failed to receive a bid, Kentucky has appeared in 52 of the tournaments. This is eight more appearances than the school with the second-mostappearances: North Carolina, which made its 44th appearance in the 2013 tourney.
The longest streak is held by the University of North Carolina with 27 straight appearances in the NCAA tourney from 1975 (the first year that competition allowed more than one team from a conference to get a guaranteed bid) to 2001-the longest such streak in tournament history. Other streaks including the 2010 NCAA tournament, are Kansas (21)*, Duke (15), Michigan State (13), Gonzaga (12) Texas (12) Wisconsin (12), Pittsburgh (9). *Kansas missed the tournament in 1989 due to NCAA probation but have not missed the tournament in a normal season since 1983. Arizona has the second longest streak at 25 until 2010 when they failed to make the tournament.
More than they need they make around 3 million every time they play
it is a hockey tournament that goes on over a day or more
Not sure, but I know the top 3: Arizona, 24 years (in jeopardy this year) Kansas, 19 years Kentucky, 15 years
Kentucky is better because they have won more games then Louisville.
The schools are the top of the list vary in order, depending on what organization is doing the ranking and depending on what is being ranked. Generally, the top three schools, not necessarily in this order, are CIA, Cordon Bleu and the Art Institutes. Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky is usually in the top five. You can read more about the top schools in the U.S. here: http://www.culinaryschools.org/
Because of the population. More people started moving to Louisville than there were in Augusta, so the capital shifted to Louisville to be in the highest populated area.