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  • Sean Moore '24 named one of 12 Columbus-area high school hockey players to watch this season.

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  • Saad '63 and Corna '63 Honored as Distinguished Alumni

    On Tuesday, November 21, James Saad '63 and Robert Corna '63 were honored with St. Charles' Distinguished Alumnus Award at the annual Thanksgiving Community Mass in the Walter Student Commons. A light breakfast reception was held afterward in the Campus Theater's Cavello Center with family and friends.

    Jim and Bob were recognized for their outstanding professional achievements, volunteer activities, community-organization advocacy and for having shared their affection for St. Charles Preparatory School and its community.

    The Mass of Thanksgiving was chosen as the forum at which to honor these men because it enables the school to publicly acknowledge their achievements and to present them as visible role models for our student body to emulate.

    (Photo, from left) 1963 St. Charles classmates Joe Sabino, Mark Sheriff, honorees Bob Corna and Jim Saad (center), Bill Butler and Joe Boyle.

    Hail, Loyal Carolians!
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  • Fall Theater production begins this week!

    Beginning this week, the St. Charles Theater presents Inspecting Carol!

    Inspecting Carol deals with a struggling regional theatre company that is rehearsing its annual production of Charles Dickens' seasonal standby, A Christmas Carol. Rehearsals are at a standstill and their funding is on hold. Tim is no longer Tiny, Scrooge wants to do the play in Spanish (Feliz Navidad), when they get news of the impending arrival of a funding inspector from the National Endowment for the Arts to review their work. When they assume that the man who asks to audition is really an informer for the NEA, everyone caters to the bewildered wannabe actor and he is given a role. What will happen when the actual funding inspector shows up? Cross A Christmas Carol with The Government Inspector and Noises Off to make great holiday entertainment. Why not? thought the nationally respected Seattle Repertory Theatre's resident company. This laugh out loud spoof makes for a night at the theatre that is anything but show business as usual. Perfect anytime, this delight is particularly appropriate at Christmas.

    Inspecting Carol will be presented November 16, 17, & 18 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, November 19 at 3:00 p.m. in the St. Charles Campus Theatre. Adult tickets are $15, student tickets are $10.  Reservations may be placed by visiting the St. Charles website homepage at – Buy Tickets button. 
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  • Four Seniors Score "36" on ACT

    It is very special when a school has one or two students who earn the top score of 36 on the ACT. But the
    St. Charles Class of 2024 can boast something extraordinary: FOUR of its members, out of a class of only 121
    seniors, have done so!

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  • Soccer Team Wins District Title

    Congratulations to the St. Charles varsity Soccer Team which won its 13th District Title on Saturday, October 29. The 13th-seeeded Cardinals defeated the 3rd-seeded Upper Arlington Bears (2 OT). They next face top-seeded Lewis Center Olentangy at 7 p.m. on November 1 at Westerville Central HS.  
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  • Thirteen Seniors Named National Merit Honorees

    St. Charles Preparatory School had six members of its senior class named 2024 National Merit Semifinalists and seven more are Commended Scholars.

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  • Water Polo Team 3rd in State

    Congratulations to the St. Charles varsity Water Polo Team which finished 3rd in the state after last weekend's competition.

    The Cardinals were defeated by Toledo St. Francis 8-10 in the semifinals. They rebounded to beat Mason in the third-place game 16-11 on the strength of the play by All-State honorees Pierce Bateman (nine goals) and Liam Miller ( five goals). They finished the season with a 36-4 record. St. Francis defeated Upper Arlington 9-8 in the championship game. 
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  • St. Charles Preparatory School Celebrating New Convocation Center, Plaza, & Beautified Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto

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  • 114 Carolians Added to Alumni Ranks, Earned $33.13 Million in Scholarships!

    Congratulation to members of the St. Charles Preparatory School Class of 2023! They celebrated their Baccalaureate Mass and received their diplomas on Friday, May 26th in the Walter Student Commons. 
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  • Check out where the Class of 2023 is heading

    The Class of 2023 will be heading off to 53 different colleges across the United States. Check out the map to see where they are heading!
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  • Two St. Charles Juniors Score Perfect 36 on ACT

    It is quite extraordinary for a student to earn the top score of 36 on the ACT. Out of a class of 123 students, this year TWO St. Charles Preparatory School juniors, William Malerich and Malcolm D'Souza, earned this special distinction.  
    Their story is detailed in May 21st's  Catholic Times. Click HERE to view a PDF of the issue. Visit page 18 for the "Two Perfect ACT Scores" story as well as 'SC Students Repeat State Investment Championship" just below.  
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  • Platinum Reunion Held May 9th for Golden+ Grads

    After a three-year hiatus, the school welcomed back its senior graduates and family members to the annual Platinum Reunion on May 9th. More than 60 people attended the day's activities, which included Mass, lunch, a tour of the Frank E. Murphy '54 Convocation Center, and a "State-of-the-School" presentation. 
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  • 2023 Father/Son Mass and Breakfast Biggest Ever!

    A big THANK YOU to all those who helped make this year’s Father/Son Mass & Breakfast a fantastic success on Saturday, March 4, 2023. We are especially grateful to our celebrant, Fr. Leo Connolly of Seton Parish, and our speaker, St. Charles father and retired Major League Baseball umpire, Tim Timmons.
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  • St. Charles Hosts 50 alumni at the iconic Metropolitan Club in Manhattan February 9th

    St. Charles visited the BIG APPLE February 9th, hosting nearly 50 alumni at the iconic Metropolitan Club in Manhattan.

    The evening included a cocktail reception and comments by our featured speaker, Robert Dilenschneider '61. Principal Jim Lower discussed the outstanding state of the school, the progress of the Frank E. Murphy ‘54 Convocation Center’s construction, and ongoing work to as we prepare to initiate the next step of the school’s “Master Plan,” the addition of a multi-story learning/science/technology center on the footprint of the old gymnasium.

    Our thanks, not only to Mr. Dilenschneider, but also to Joe Hartge ’11 and Paul Kuppich ’05 for helping to inspire and assist with the gathering.

    It was a great night to be a Carolian!

    To view a collection of photos from the event, click HERE.
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  • School Welcomes back Grad Pilots for Lunch & Speaker Series

    On Wednesday, February 15, St. Charles welcomed back to campus alumni John Adams ’94 and Bogimir Glavan ’93, pilots for American Airlines. They were special guests at today’s Alumni Lunch in Walter Student Commons and enjoyed a tour of the new Frank E. Murphy ’54 Convocation Center, now under construction.
    Afterward, they spoke to St. Charles students about their careers as part of the Carolian Speaker Series – presentations given by alumni and friends regarding their love of St. Charles, their college experiences, and their professional careers.   
    Your Alma Mater was honored to have you back!
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  • Thank You! School honors Alumni & Community members "Who Have Served" in Armed Forces and as First Responders

    On Tuesday morning, January 31, St. Charles recognized and honored those GRADUATES, PARENTS, FACULTY and STAFF who have, and continue to, “Serve and Protect” us. This took place during our celebration of Catholic Schools Week (1/29-2/5).

    The entire student body, faculty and staff were on hand to recognize and honor these men and women for their service to our country and community and for acting as shining examples of ways for our students to become good citizens.  

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  • "Breakfast With The Brotherhood"

    On Wednesday, February 2, as Catholic Schools Week continued, we  "Celebrated Our Community."
    Students were encouraged to invite parents, grandparents or someone else in their lives who has impacted their Catholic education. All were invited to join us  in Walter Student Commons for a school-wide breakfast before the school day started.  
    Our thanks to all those who have worked so hard and sacrificed so much to make a Catholic education possible for our young men and others.
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  • January’s Alumni Happy Hour was a Hole-In-One!

    On Thursday, January 19th, alumni gathered for an Alumni Happy Hour in the Robotics & Mentoring Center. We used of the  facility’s two-screen indoor golf simulator (under the direction of Brian Unk, the Cardinal’s varsity golf coach) while enjoying Rooster's Wings and cold beverages. 

    We hope you can join us is March for our next Alumni Happy Hour on a date and time TBD.

    Questions? Contact Director of Communications and Alumni Affairs, Louis J. Fabro ’83 at or 380-209-2233.

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  • Spaghetti Dinner Huge Success

    The 2023 St. Charles Spaghetti Dinner, held February 5th in the school’s Robert C. Walter Student Commons, was one of the annual event’s busiest ever! To see more than 90 photos, visit the school's Facebook page by clicking HERE. 
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  • 2023 Catholic Schools Week Filled With Activities For The Entire Carolian Community

    St. Charles Preparatory School is excited to celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2023 from January 29th to February 5th! All are welcome to join us for our daily events to celebrate our Students, Nation, Faith, Community and Faculty/Staff.  We will wrap up our celebrations with our Annual Spaghetti Dinner on Feb 5th.   

    For more information about each day, or to see a flyer of the the line-up of events, click HERE.
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