Class of 2024 Now Proud Alumni

Louis Fabro
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!
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.