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  • Class of 2024 Now Proud Alumni

    Congratulations to the 119 members of the Class of 2024 who joined the
    proud ranks of the Alumni of St. Charles Preparatory School on Friday, May 24th.

    Hail, Alma Mater Dear, Loyal Carolians Here!

    Special notes about this year's graduates:  
    • The Class of 2024 earned a total, four-year scholarship amount of $35,872,345,
    • Our 119 graduates will attend 51 different colleges all over the country,
    • 96% are attending a four-year college,
    • 1% are attending a two-year college,
    •  The remaining graduates are taking a gap year, entering the military, attending the Columbus Fire Academy, or still making their final college selection.
    • Total number of service hours contributed by graduate class: 7,500!
    • 13 were recognized by the National Merit/College Board. Four seniors (John Bryner, Malcolm D'Souza. Andrew Ferris, and William Malerich) became National Merit Finalists, and two (Jacob Maier and Matthew Weyer) were named Semifinalists. Seven seniors (William Bratt, James Graff, Lucas Klingele, Andrew Kane, Christopher Lee, Dillon Miller, and Brogan Rogers) were named National Merit Commended Scholars. 
    A number of St. Charles seniors distinguished themselves by earning several honors and notable scholarships: 
    • Malcolm D'Souza earned an Eminence Scholarship to The Ohio State University (full tuition, room, board).
    • Malcolm D'Souza, Abrem Igwebuike, Syrus Klein, and Maxi Ortiz were named Morrill Scholars by The Ohio State University (full tuition).
    • Julius Feibel was named a Clemson Lyceum Scholar ($10,000 per year; given to only 10 students per class).
    • William Malerich and John Bryner earned National Merit Scholarships to the University of Alabama. 
    • Garrett Hoffman received and accepted an appointment from the United States Merchant Marine Academy. 
    •  Brogan Rogers is attending Yale on the ROTC scholarship. 
    • Louis Fabro was awarded The Chick Evans Scholarship for Caddies (full tuition, room, board) to Miami (OH) University. 
    • Luke Delius is taking a gap year to study languages at Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in Taiwan before moving on to Middlebury College the following year.
     Well done, men!
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  • 'Brotherhood of excellence:' Anthony Colucci eager to reinvigorate St. Charles football

    After coaching with college programs in Kentucky and Alabama, Anthony Colucci is returning to his native Ohio to guide a high school football team for the first time. 
    Colucci, 31, has been named coach at St. Charles. He succeeds Deke Hocker, who stepped down after six seasons. 
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  • Ryan '08 and Vetter '13 Newest Alumni Priests

    We are very proud to announce that on Saturday afternoon, April 6, St. Charles alumni Rev. Michael Francis Ryan ‘08, C.S.C. and Rev. Brian Joseph Vetter ‘13, C.S.C., were ordained to the priesthood at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on the University of Notre Dame campus.

    Fathers Ryan and Vetter were two of eight men from The Congregation of Holy Cross U.S. Province to be ordained by the Most Reverend William A. Wack, C.S.C., bishop of the Diocese of Pensacola – Tallahassee.
    The day before, the St. Charles community of students, faculty, staff, and friends gathered at Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto to hold a special Rosary Service to pray for these men as they embark on the priesthood.

    Click HERE to view a recording of Father Vetter’s and Father Ryan’s ordination ceremony!

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  • St. Charles' Danny Greiner is Dispatch hockey Coach of the Year

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  • Danny Greiner Named Dispatch Hockey Coach of the Year

    St. Charles Hockey Head Coach Danny Greiner has been named Hockey Coach of the Year by the Columbus Dispatch.
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  • Colucci Introduced as New Varsity Football Coach

    On Thursday, April 4, St. Charles announced that Anthony Colucci had been selected as the football program's  new varsity coach.

    He was introduces to members of the team in the afternoon and met with parents and other members of the SC community that evening in the campus Theater's Cavello Center.

    To read more about Coach Colucci, his background and outlook on the program, we invite you to click HERE to read the story by Frank DiRenna posted on the Columbus Dispatch's webpage.
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  • Swimmers Make History

    Four current sophomores (R-L Austin Carpenter, Jake Lloyd, Alex Wu, Brad King) set a new 15-16 National Age Group record in the 200 free relay today. This means that these four boys just swam the fastest time in history in this event (in the 15-16 age group).
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  • Hockey Team in State Final Four!

    With a 4-2 win over defending Division I state champion Olentangy Liberty in the regional finals, the St. Charles Hockey Team has advanced to the its first state tournament since 2014!

    The Cardinals (24-11-3-1) will play Hunting Valley University School, last year’s state runner-up, in a semifinal at 4 p.m. Friday at Nationwide Arena. The winner will face Toledo St. Francis or Cleveland St. Ignatius for the title at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at Nationwide Arena.
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  • March 2024

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  • Bowling Team Wins CCL, Makes Districts

    Congratulations to the St. Charles Varsity Bowling Team which just wrapped up a tremendous season.
    Having qualified for the districts following a fifth-place finish at sectionals, the Cardinals finished seventh in the district competition, three spots short of qualifying for the state tournament.

    The Cardinals tallied an undefeated (17-0) regular season record that included this year’s Central Catholic League Championship.
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  • Hockey Team Playing For Berth in State Division I Final Four

    Under first-year Danny Greiner, the St. Charles Hockey Team is on the cusp of advancing to its first state tournament since 2014! The second-seeded Cardinals have played their way to within one game of making the state tournament’s Final Four which will take place March 8th-10th at Nationwide Arena. They take on defending state champion and #1 seed, Olentangy Liberty, at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 2nd, for the regional title.
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  • Swim Team Third at Division I State Meet

    Congratulations to the St. Charles swimming program (and Coach Kyle Goodrich '95) for having solidified its status as one of the top teams -- not only in Central Ohio, but the entire state. On Saturday, February 23rd, the Cardinals placed third (205 pts.) at the 2024 OHSAA State Division I Swim meet with championships in three events. They finished behind only runners-up Upper Arlington (229 pts.) and first-place Cincinnati St. Xavier, which won its 44th boys state title with 302 points.
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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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