Senior Achievements

Posted on: Wednesday, June 21, 2017

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Congratulations seniors: Chris Kelm, Jack Pilewski, Nate Ensanian, Nick Orlando, Reanna Bull, Taylor Molettiere and Mairin Higgins (Mt St Joseph) from Mary, Mother of the Redeemer's Odyssey of the Mind Team.  They placed 1st in regionals, 1st in the PA competition and 7th overall at Michigan State University over the weekend. Odyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving program that engages students, allowing their ideas to come to life. They are coached by Mrs. Lisa Bull.

2017NS

Sarah Duffy (SASH), Andrew Danielson (St. Jude) and Brenna Sweeney (Mater Dei/St. Stanislaus) were honored at St. Joseph's University by the Connelly Foundation as graduating Neumann Scholars.  Sarah will be attending Penn State University's Schreyer's Honors College (Nursing), Andrew will be attending the University of Delaware (ChemEngr) and Brenna will be attending the University of Pittsburgh (ChemEngr).  LC will have 17 Connelly Foundation Neumann Scholars in the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Congratulations seniors: Chris Kelm, Jack Pilewski, Nate Ensanian, Nick Orlando, Reanna Bull, Taylor Molettiere and Mairin Higgins (Mt St Joseph) from Mary, Mother of the Redeemer's Odyssey of the Mind Team.  They placed 1st in regionals and now 1st in the PA competition. They will represent at Michigan State University in May. Odyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving program that engages students, allowing their ideas to come to life. They are coached by Mrs. Lisa Bull.

general

Our Career Fair Keynote Speaker was Major General Vincent Coglianese, Inspector General of the United States Marine Corps. We were honored to have him take the time to share his talk on perseverance and commitment to a chosen career path. We are also grateful for our 23 presenters that included current, past and future parents, as well as many of our alumni.  Thanks to Mrs. Mary Antoni, STEM Advisor and our faculty and staff who served as moderators.

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