Development & Alumni Staff

Welcome to the Advancement Office

The Advancement Office of St. Charles Preparatory School works to maintain and steward the pledge made by the school’s founder, Bishop James J. Hartley, that no qualified Catholic young man seeking a St. Charles education would be denied entrance because of a family’s economic means. The school’s earliest prospectus declared a goal of “giving students a complete, thorough, and sound classical training.” Today, those same words are found in the St. Charles student handbook.

As a friend or alumnus, you can help St. Charles with this charge in four different ways. First, you can be great ambassadors for the school by speaking highly of St. Charles to those outside of our school community. Second, you can volunteer your time and expertise with a group like the St. Charles Mothers Club or the St. Charles Alumni Association. Third, you can support St. Charles financially by helping build an endowment or providing a gift to The Campaign for St. Charles. Finally, you can offer your prayers for the students, faculty, staff, alumni and parents of St. Charles.

If we can be of help, or you wish to share your thoughts and ideas with us regarding the school, please contact our office by e-mail, by phone (380) 209-2222, or U.S. Mail at 2010 East Broad Street, Cols., OH 43209.



Advancement Staff

Director of Advancement
Mrs. Jaime Lawler
(380) 209-2231
[email protected]


Mrs. Cheryl F. Taynor
(380) 209-2232
[email protected]


Development Officer
Mrs. Nina L. Keyes
(380) 209-2234
[email protected]


Development Officer - Planned Giving
Mr. Daniel J. Tarpy
380) 209-2235
[email protected]


Director of Alumni Affairs and Communications
Mr. Louis J. Fabro ’83
(380) 209-2233
[email protected]




St. Charles Preparatory School
2010 E Broad St.
Columbus, OH 43209
Phone: (380) 209-2222


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Racial Nondiscrimination Policy

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.