Our 7th Annual Crusader Cup Golf Outing will be held Friday, May 20 at Mainland GC. All proceeds benefit the Joe McGovern Memorial Scholarship Fund for current LC students. Online registration is now open by clicking on the link below.
Attention all LC students in the Classes of 2018, 2019 and 2020...don't forget about our Summer STEM course opportunities. The weeks of July 25, August 1, August 8 and August 15, our Science department faculty will be teaching: Pre-Chemistry, Pre-Algebra, Pre-Physics, Math Prep and High School Study Skills. However, there is limited seating for all these courses, so please follow the link below for a brochure and registration information.
Recently, Dr. Peter Walsh, MD, a Psychiatrist who has a practice in New York City, and is a 1982 grad of LC, spoke to some of our students. He had recommendations for them in dealing with test anxiety, especially as many will be taking the AP exams over the next two weeks. Dr. Walsh also sponsored a luncheon/networking opportunity for those students who have an interest in medical school and careers.
Registration is now open for our many sports and activities camps beginning the week of June 20 through July 29. Volleyball, basketball, soccer, field hockey, baseball, cheerleading, softball, lacrosse, cross country, track & field, acrylic painting and LEGO robotics will be open to children in grades 2 through 9. Please click on the link below for a full brochure, any questions, please contact Athletic Director, Mr. Tom Quintois at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lansdale Catholic High School has been recommended for continued accreditation by the Middle States Association's Validation Team that visited our school from April 19-22! We are grateful to our parents, alumni, faculty, support staff, and members of the planning committee, whose input over these past 18 months have been integral to our success. We are blessed by our students, as noted in the verbal report, "Your students are your most visible and valuable asset." GO CRUSADERS!
Our Connelly Foundation Neumann Scholars from the Class of 2016, Shannon Cikowski (MMR) and Maggie Hansell (St. Jude) were honored at St. Joseph's University recently. Shannon has been accepted to Bucknell, Lafayette, Lehigh, Marist, Penn State Schreyer's Honors and the University of Virginia. Maggie has been accepted to Delaware, Duquesne, LaSalle, Pittsburgh, St. Joseph's, Scranton, Temple, Villanova and will be attending Penn State University's Schreyer's Honors College. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Aidan Moore (Mater Dei School), Anthony Saldutti (Holy Rosary Regional) and Ciara Coulter, Maria DiRienzo, Sean Cole (St. Jude) who have all been awarded a full scholarship as a Connelly Foundation Neumann Scholar in the LC Class of 2020! Congratulations to their families, principals and teachers for this great accomplishment. LC had the most Neumanns for this Class of 2020 in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. We will have 16 Neumann Scholars for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Seated: Jack Bagnell (Ursinus, Golf), Marlen Fenstermacher (Franklin & Marshall, Football), Ryan Quigley (Princeton, Football), Nick Smalley (Chestnut Hill, Baseball), Nick Kuhn (Moravian, Golf), Standing: Ashley Seal (West Chester, Softball), Alessandra Messina (LaSalle, Softball), Cassidy Fries (University of Rhode Island, Swimming), Shannon Hill (DeSales, Softball), Kim Talley (University of New Haven, Basketball), Kelly Piotrowicz (Ursinus, Volleyball), Taylor Herd (Quinnipiac, Basketball).
LC's For The Kids #FTK Mini-Thon Fundraiser, benefiting the Four Diamonds Foundation and pediatric cancer research, raised $48,116.84 as of Saturday night, March 19! We are grateful to our student government leaders and moderator, Ms. Kate DiGiuseppe and all our faculty, staff and administrators for assisting with this wonderful event. Thanks also goes out to all our families, friends and neighbors who donated over the past several months to help us reach this goal! GO CRUSADERS!
"We Will Find A Way Or Make One"...and they did! Our Robotics Team #272 CyberCrusaders recently returned from St. Louis, MO, for the FIRST World Championship, where they placed 20th out of a 75 team field. While they have worked hard to fundraise over the past several months, they still can use some extra funding to help defray the costs of the trip. Please share or donate yourself by clicking on the link below. Thanks very much for your generosity.