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  • February 2024

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  • My Brother's Keeper Visits Kings Arts Center

    St. Charles members of My Brother's Keeper Mentoring Program and their middle school mentees from Columbus Collegiate Academy took a field trip last week to the King Arts Complex. On the Near East side of Columbus, the King Arts Complex is a central hub for Black art and culture in Central Ohio. Students engaged with the works of Aminah Robinson as well as an exhibit immersing visitors into the Middle Passage.
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  • Hausfeld, Stinson, and Miller Join Hall of Fame

    On Friday, January 19, 2024, Mike Hausfeld ‘75, Eric Stinson ‘75, and Marquis Miller ‘77 (represented by brother Steve ‘77) were inducted in the St. Charles Basketball Hall of Fame. The three members were honored at half time of the Bishop Hartley game, then presented their Hall of Fame rings in a ceremony following the game in the school’s Cavello Center. Congratulations to these three alums!
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  • Father/Son Mass and Breakfast Set For Saturday, March 2nd

    St. Charles is pleased to be hosting the 15th Annual Father/Son Mass and Breakfast on Saturday, March 2nd.

    The gathering is open to current students and their fathers, alumni and their fathers, alumni fathers and their sons, and incoming and prospective 8th grade boys and their fathers. We also welcome young men in the 5th, 6th or 7th grades who are interested in learning more about the school.
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  • January 2024

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  • Alumni Spotlight - Brent J. Zorich

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  • Championship-level friendship

    Best buddies Tony Castricone and Brian Boesch had a lot to say leading up to Monday’s College Football Playoff national championship game between Washington and Michigan. 
    Castricone, a 2000 St. Charles graduate from Centerburg who worked at WBNS radio from 2005 to 2010, is the play-by-play radio voice of the Washington Huskies. Boesch, from Medina, hosts the pre-game, halftime and post-game shows for Michigan, as well as doing play-by-play for Wolverines men’s basketball.
    The pair graduated from Ohio University and were roommates while working in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
    “Brian is like a brother to me,” Castricone said in an article posted on the Ohio website.   
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