Alumni Gatherings Held For Carolians at Miami (OH) University & Ohio State

Recently, St. Charles initiated a new “Carolian College Caravan” program to bring together St. Charles alumni on university campuses throughout the state. The goal is for school administrators, faculty and staff members to visit different campuses across the state (and maybe a little beyond that…?) which have large Carolian contingents. At each location, school representatives will share the “goings-on” back at St. Charles to keep the alumni current on activities and future plans – all while enjoying pizza, refreshments and camaraderie among classmates and friends.

The program’s inaugural destination was to RedHawks in Oxford at Miami University’s Armstrong Center on Sunday, April 7th. Just this past Sunday (April 14th), the school ventured  across town to the Donatos Party Room at its North High St./Lane Ave. location at Ohio State to visit the “Buckeyes.”

(Above, left) St. Charles Dean of Student, Rick Ey ’94, speaks with alumni attending Miami University.

They included (Group photo, from left) Michael Seidensticker ’17, Michael Anderson ’18, Andrew Kingzett ’17, Will Ullom ’18, Ryan Spahr ’18, Connor Ayers ’18, Keegan Moore ’17, Christian Coulibaly ’18, Peter Oellermann ’15, Jack Carlin ’17,  Joe Seidensticker ’17, Jake McCorkle ’17 and Colin M. Saccocio ’18. Not pictured but in attendance: Gabe Bordron ’18.

(Above, left) St. Charles Principal Jim Lower gives a “State of the School” presentation to alumni attending Ohio State.

Those in attendance included (Group photo, from left) Principal Lower, David Wing ’15, Eric Cothern ’17, Andrew Reade ’17, Evan Catton ’15, Nick Arnold ’16, Greg Scarpitti ’17, Ben Martin ’16, Grant Griffith ’17, Lewis Nerone ’16, Matt Reade ’18, Nick Baetz ’18, Sam Cray ’16, Ryan O’Brien ’18, Andrew McGirty ’18 and Pat O’Neal ’18. Not pictured but in attendance: Ryan Hamilton ’16.

Plans are now underway for visits to different college campuses next spring, which could include Ohio University, The University of Dayton, and Xavier/University of Cincinnati. We’ll keep you posted!