Nicole D'Andrea, (Class of 2010), received First Honors for the third quarter in a row at Our Lady of Fatima HS. Nicholas Carroll, William Conningford, Ryan Pajak, Sean Wiggin, Jack Der Manouelian, Patrick Crabtree, and Aiden White all received honors this trimester at Bishop Hendricken HS.
Two of our alumni, Alex Carlos (2008) and Burke White (2008) have made the news playing in a band for charity named Anchored. The band played at the Comedy Connection in mid December and collected food and toys for those in need.
Timothy Desmarais, a 2008 graduate of St. Peter School, received an appointment as a Page to the United States House of Representatives. The U.S. House Page program brings high school juniors from across the country to Washington D.C. to live, study, and work in support of the legislative operations of the United States House of Representatives. Students who show exceptional promise in academics, leadership, and citizenship may be nominated by their Member of Congress to serve as a Page. Besides the application, Tim submitted three letters of recommendation and had a multiple person interview. Representative Langevin called Tim personally to inform him that he had received his nomination. Tim will be attending school at the Library of Congress every morning, six days a week, and providing assistance to Members of Congress and their staff as a full time employee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Tim will be in Washington D.C. until June. We congratulate Tim and wish him the very best.
St Peter's graduates shine at Hendricken!
Matthew Metcalf--Outstanding Senior in Hockey
James Desmarais--Outstanding Senior in Cross Country
Matthew Miech--Outstanding Senior in Volleyball
RECONNECTING OUR ALUMNI THROUGH THE CATHOLIC ALUMNI PARTNERSHIP
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Ultimately, CAP's vision is to create a sustainable fundraising program for every Catholic elementary school with alumni support as its foundation.
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