Evening With Dan Rooney Registration

 

Enjoy dinner, entertainment and words from
our featured speaker, Dan Rooney.

Hosted by Peggy and Bob Walter

Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.

St. Charles Preparatory School
The Robert C. Walter Commons
2010 East Broad Street
Bexley, OH 43209

Our Featured Speaker
MAJOR DAN ROONEY, USAF is an Aggressor Fighter Pilot with the 301st Fighter Squadron for the United States Air Force located at Tyndall AFB, PGA Professional, Patriotic Philanthropist and Author, A Patriot’s Calling: Living Life Between Fear and Faith.
Major Dan is the founder of the Folds of Honor Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships to the spouses and children of military service members disabled or killed in action. In five short years Folds of Honor has raised over $70 million and awarded over 10,000 scholarships to the family members KIA or disabled in combat. 

A Major in the Air Force Reserve and a decorated military aviator, he is a two-time recipient of the Top Gun award and was honored with the Spirit of Attack award as a top graduate of F-16 training. He has received many decorations to include the Air Force Commendation Medal,
Air Medal, Anti-terrorism Medal, Combat Readiness Medal and Air Expeditionary Medal.

For his service and patriotism – Major Dan was presented the White House’s “Presidential Volunteer Service Award” by President George W. Bush, the Air National Guard’s “Distinguished Service Medal”, the Air National Guard’s “Directors Service Award” and the Ellis Island “Medal of Honor”

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Upcoming School Dates of Importance

AUGUST
Mon-Fri., Aug. 7-11: College Application 101 Class
         9:30 - Noon; 11:30-2:00 p.m.; Guidance Office

Sunday, August 13: Sunday Incoming Freshman Welcome,
               2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Walter Student Commons

Mon - Fri., Aug.14-18: College Application 101 Class
              9:30-Noon; 11:30-2:00 p.m.; Guidance Office

Wednesday, August 16: Senior/Junior textbook pick-up.
              8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Room 306.

Thursday, August 17: Sophomore/Freshman textbook pick-up.
              8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Room 306.

Monday and Tuesday, August 21-22: Opening Faculty Meetings

Tuesday, August 22: Faculty and Senior cookout; Noon to 1:00 p.m.

Wednesday, August 23: First Day of School

Thursday, August 24: School Pictures, All Grades
(Students wear ties for pictures.)

Friday, August 25: Opening School Mass, 8:40 a.m.

Saturday, August 26: New Parent Orientation;
         10:00 a.m., Campus Theater

Wednesday, August 30: Senior College Planning Night,7:00 p.m.,
          Walter Student Commons

SEPTEMBER
Monday, September 4: Labor Day. No class

Tuesday, September 5: Parent Night, 7:00 p.m., Academic Building

 

Community Events Retrospective

SC Baseball Hall of Fame Dinner Features 1957 Final Four Tea...

On Saturday, July 22nd, St. Charles Varsity Baseball Coach R...

Alumni Enjoy Camaraderie, Hospitality at Reds Game 7/23

On Sunday, July 23rd, members of the St. Charles Preparatory...

RSVP for the 2017 Combined Class Reunion Celebration (Sept. ...

  The 2017 Combined Class Reunion Celebration will be held ...

Big Turnout for Cubs Game at Alumni Gathering in Chicago 6/9

[PHOTO] Front row, from left -- (seated) Calvin Cheng ...

Congratulations to the Class of 2017!!!!

St. Charles Preparatory School proudly congratulates the 1...

Alumni Fellowship at Cleveland's Great Lakes Brewery 5/25

On Thursday, May 25th, St. Charles administrators, faculty a...

Thank You! Cardinal Society Reception at Scioto C.C. 5/11

We are very grateful that the proven track record of St....

St. Charles to honor GRADUATES who have and continue to “S...

St. Charles is asking all members of Carolian Community ...

Alumni Gathering in Charlotte 5/21; Where Next?

If you are a St. Charles alumnus who lives out of town, keep...

Fraternity: SC Hosts Annual Aquinas College High School Alu...

For the fifth straight year, St. Charles was proud to host t...

Father/Son Mass & Breakfast on 4/29 Another Great S...

Our thanks to all those who helped make the 2017 Father/Son ...

Annual Spaghetti Dinner February 5th Successfully Brought Co...

The annual Spaghetti Dinner proved to be another success on ...

Reiners, Tookers, Sullivan '58, Vonau '74 and Moses '87 Hono...

In November, St. Charles Preparatory School held two very sp...

Archie Griffin's Presentation at SC on Character and Leaders...

On Wednesday, May 11th, St. Charles Preparatory School was h...

What Does St. Charles Have to Offer Your Son?

 

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“To  this  day, my core group of friends remains those from St. Charles and whenever we get together we share and laugh about memories from our time there.

Specific things I recall are beating our league rival in soccer,  praying before every class, learning from Sister Margaret the format for writing a paper (which I still use to this day), taking exams in the multi-purpose room, developing the study and time-management skills that I have applied in college and the rest of my life."
--Jay Knox, Class of 2006

"Our family strongly supports quality Catholic education. We believe in setting high expectations for our children so they are empowered to achieve great things.

St Charles provides our sons with a supportive  environment that encourages hard work and perseverance. We have seen first-hand the growth and development of our three sons from young boys to men who are strong in their faith, active in the community and prepared for college. Our sons have benefited from the brotherhood of St Charles. It is entwined into the fabric and culture of the school and all of its families.

Most importantly, we have developed friendships that will last a lifetime.”
--Christopher and Karen Eramo

“My four years at St. Charles have provided me with a solid foundation built upon principles of faith, brotherhood, academic excellence and discipline.

I am confident that I am leaving St. Charles with the skills and experience needed to be a leader of consequence wherever life takes me.”
--Anthony Castrodale, Class of 2017

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