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Welcome Back Cardinals!

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  • New Job Board; The St. Charles Alumni Association

    New Alumni-Only Access to Job Board; Millions of Openings For SC Grads!
    Greetings fellow Carolians,
    With a last week's 100-Year Anniversary Celebration behind us, we are eager to move forward with several new initiatives.
    By now partnering with GradLeaders, we an offering you an invaluable tool that incorporates AI technology to provide you access to millions of job opportunities, career assistance, and provide job notifications. We encourage you to visit the SC website at:
    Create an account, upload a resume/CV or tell the service what you’re looking for, the AI software will seek out positions and career paths based on each job-seeker’s unique background and preferences.
    Please share with me your successes and fell free to ask questions about features that I can research and answer for you! Reach me by email at

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  • The 2022-2023 St. Charles Alumni Association Governing Board

    Board Members (*indicates past President)
    President …James M. Greenhalge ’88
    Philip C. Caito ’72 ; Brent T. Foley ’98 ;
    John F. Gibbons, Jr. ’81 ; *Honorable Sean V. McCarthy ’87 ;
    Christopher S. “Shea” Marmion ’95 ; David T. O’Reilly ’88;
    *Michael S. Probst ’89 ; William H. Prophater, Jr. ’86 ;
    *Deacon Marion E. Smithberger ’72 ; Jason M. Younger ’89
    Auxiliary Members
    *Gerard M. Barrow, Sr. ’72, Corey D. Belcher ’95, Damion M. Clifford ’95, Ryan W. Donovan ’06, Kyle T. Gleich ’05, Philip Hall ’47, John F. Kramer ’74, Christopher M. Moore ’05, Zachary A. Pavol ’00,*Andrew V. Piccolantonio ’97, Christian J. Rether ’92, Kevin M. Ryan ’95,*Robert S. Ryan ’89, Robert L. Selhorst ’74, Loren C. Stone ’87, Matthew Weger ’89 and *Sean A. Whalen ’99.
    * Denotes Past Board President

    : Louis J. Fabro ’83, Director of Alumni Affairs & Communications

Meeting Schedule

All alumni are invited to attend St. Charles Alumni Association meetings! They are held the 3rd Thursday in August and January in the Advisory Board Emeritus Conference Room in our Student Services & Fine Arts Center starting at 6:30 p.m. Snack and refreshments served.
All alumni of St. Charles Preparatory School are deemed members of the “Association” which provides service to St. Charles by helping the school in four essential areas:

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  • Ambassadorial Service

    Members of the Association promote the school to friends, neighbors, and their colleagues. This includes opportunities to speak to parents and young men about the wonderful opportunities available at St. Charles.
  • Social Activities

    The Association fosters goodwill among all alumni of St. Charles Preparatory School by volunteering at school functions and organizing alumni social events, with special emphasis on encouraging alumni to become re-acquainted with their alma mater. Such activities would include the St. Charles Spaghetti Dinner, the Father/Son Mass and Breakfast, and the annual Alumni Open golf outing.
  • Financial Support

    The Association supports the mission of Bishop James Hartley, that any boy wishing to attend St. Charles should be admitted regardless of his family’s ability to pay. The Association and all its members are encouraged to support the school financially during each Annual and Capital Campaigns; to help build endowments; donate a gift from your company to our annual Silent Auction or other charity event.
  • Support the School Administration

    To provide guidance from an alumni perspective on relevant school issues; to help maintain the alumni database and leadership rosters by creating instruments to collect updated alumni information; to contribute to school publications, like the Cardinal magazine, by contributing articles and information to update alumni and friends of Association events and activities.

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St. Charles Preparatory School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.