Graduating Class Profile

Class of 2017

Valedictorian: Stephanie Cole

Salutatorian: Margaret Minett

Our 197 graduates have been accepted at over 210 colleges/universities across the nation.

91% of the class received scholarships totaling over $54 million.

12 students were recruited to play college sports.

45% of the young women in the Class of 2017 will continue to study at Catholic institutions.

View our graduation program for a full list of graduates and scholarship awards.  

View the Class of 2017 college acceptances.

Click on the links below to watch our Class of 2017 commencement speeches.

Stephanie Cole, Valedictorian
Margaret Minett, Salutatorian
Maxine Broderick, Esq. '90, Keynote Speaker
 
Click on the links below to read the Class of 2017 commencement speeches.
Stephanie Cole, Valedictorian
Margaret Minett, Salutatorian
Maxine Broderick, Esq. '90, Keynote Speaker
 
Class of 2016

Valedictorian: Kelly Cheung (click here to read speech)

Salutatorian: Margaret White (click here to read speech)

Our 211 graduates have been accepted at over 250 colleges/universities across the nation.

93% of the class received scholarships totaling over $53 million.

16 students were recruited to play college sports.

45% of the young women in the Class of 2016 will continue to study at Catholic institutions.

View the Class of 2016 College Acceptances. 
View the Class of 2016 Graduation Program

Class of 2015

Valedictorian: Colleen Marie Hudak

Salutatorian: Catherine Ann Lynch

Our 213 graduates will attend 85 colleges/universities throughout the United States and Canada.

91% of the class received scholarships totaling $45.5 million.

11 students were recruited to play college sports.

Nearly half of the young women in the Class of 2015 will continue to study at Catholic institutions.

View our list of Scholarships and Awards for the Class of 2015.

View the Class of 2015 College Acceptances.

Scholarships and Awards 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011

Class of 2014 Profile

Valedictorian: Kaitlyn Marie Powers

Salutatorian: Susan Maureen Eichhorn

Our 216 graduates will attend 90 colleges/ universities throughout the United States.

88% of the class received scholarships totaling over $45 million.

13 students were recruited to play college sports.

Over half of the young women in the Class of 2014 will continue to study at Catholic institutions.

View our list of Scholarships and Awards for the Class of 2014.

Scholarships and Awards 2013, 2012, 2011