Senior Fara Holland is a graduate of Saint Rose of Lima School in Haddon Heights. Next year Fara will be continuing her education and lacrosse career at Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island where she will look to major in Food Science and pursue a career in that field.
Favorites: Movie – Life of Pi TV Show – One Tree Hill
Book – A Wrinkle in Time Musical Act – Maggie Rogers Athlete – Taylor Cummings
Mackenzie is one of the bright spots of the Class of 2022. A product of Mary Volz school, she currently holds acceptances from TCNJ and Rowan and is awaiting decisions from Notre Dame, Lafayette, and Saint Joseph’s. Mackenzie hopes to major in Math and go to medical school to become a radiologist. Her favorite teacher is Mr. Tom Flynn because he always has time to talk and has taught everyone many life lessons over the years. Mackenzie feels Gloucester Catholic set her up for future successes by “giving me a challenging workload and setting high expectations for me, especially in my AP courses.”
At Seton Hall, we’re always looking for great minds at work. That’s why we’d like to personally invite you to attend our Open House experiences. Make sure you register for Open House on Sunday, February 13. You will have a chance to: *Better understand the application process and financial aid *Learn about Honors and leadership programs *Explore the First-Year Experience at Seton Hall *Hear from real Seton Hall Pirates in a Student Panel *Attend several major-specific academic sessions *Take a tour Seton Hall is a top college with world-class academics, distinguished faculty, and impressive rankings for return on investment and affordable tuition. We can’t wait to show you what Great Minds can do! Sincerely, Office of Undergraduate Admissions – Seton Hall University
Dear Gloucester Catholic Alumni, Parents, and Friends,
I hope this message finds you healthy, happy and safe as we approach this holiday season. Christmas is a time for love, family, and giving. These last two years have had unprecedented and widespread impact on households worldwide, including our fellow Rams Community. This Christmas Season, however, I see hope, kindness, and inspiration all around us. Within our Gloucester Catholic Family, I have seen so many acts of kindness over the last few years; from an individual reaching out to help a family who lost their job, to one family supporting a friend while they battled illness, to an entire community rallying around others after a natural disaster. Our Gloucester Catholic Family has always helped raise each other up. When you are a Gloucester Catholic Alum, you are never alone.
What better time of year than this Christmas season for our family to once again come together to help one another. Our school community continues to be impacted financially in ways that are unimaginable. Here at Gloucester Catholic, we are committed to serving all our families through their difficult times, but we need your help.
During this joyous season, as we close the door on another year, I ask each one of you to make Gloucester Catholic your most important charitable endeavor. Our donation procedure is simple, and allows supporters to donate online or by mail. Your generosity has an impact that you cannot even imagine. Every student here at GC benefits in some way by the giving power of our GC Family. I thank each and every one of you for your support and wish you and your families a joyous and blessed Christmas season.
Every gift makes a difference; I hope that you will consider making a gift to our RAM FUND this holiday season. ONCE A RAM, ALWAYS A RAM!
Merry Christmas & Thank You,
Tom Iacovone, Jr. Principal
Click Below to View Entire GC 2021 Christmas Appeal!
Because of positive alumni engagement, Gloucester Catholic can offer a select number of “named” scholarships on an annual basis to deserving students. A number of these scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. At Gloucester Catholic, we are committed to finding ways to make our school affordable and accessible to deserving students who, without scholarship support, would not be able to enroll. In addition, there are scholarships awarded on an annual basis that are merit focused. Merit scholars are students who are considered for their ability to strengthen all aspects of the Gloucester Catholic community and make the most of their Gloucester Catholic experience. These merit scholarships are open to all students, regardless of financial need.
1. Submit application.
2. All students who take the HSPT (High School Placement Test) and submit all necessary application materials will be eligible for available scholarships.
3. Gloucester Catholic will notify students who are being offered scholarships by January 3, of the student’s 8th grade school year. The student will be notified regarding the amount of the scholarship as well as the length of the scholarship amount (number of years).
4. The student (and his/her family) will have to notify Gloucester Catholic by January 10th of their intent to accept the scholarship and enroll ($275.00 non-refundable registration fee) for the upcoming school year as a 9th grader. Gloucester Catholic will award the scholarship to a different student if the deadline passes or the student declines.
The deadline to apply for an Alumni Scholarship for the 2022-2023 school year is December 22, 2021.
Please join us for the 3rd annual Christine McKenna Memorial Golf Outing on Sunday, September 26 at Ed Oliver Golf Club in Wilmington, DE.
Chris passed away in March of 2018 afer a tough battle with breast cancer. She was a committed Catholic and a devoted member of Gloucester Catholic family for over 12 years. During that time she took on numerous roles, including teacher, librarian, yearbook moderator, forensic coach, as well as a myriad of other tasks. Chris also enjoyed volunteering her time as a catechist for the St. John of God Faith Formation Program and playing music at church services.
We started this scholarship program as a way to memorialize the life of our mom and to continue her commitment to serving others. Last year was a rough year for everyone dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, yet we were still able to donate three $1,000 scholarships thanks to the participation, suppport, and donations from everyone over the past few years.
Thank you to everyone who has helped make our outings such a success and for your continued support.
Golfer Registration Single golfer $145 Foursome $560 Lunch/Banquet only $35 Register online using QR code or send registration form and sponsorship information to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Sean Swayngim 204 Wells Lane Springfield, PA 19064
Please make checks payable to: Chris?ne McKenna Memorial Fund Venmo: @Chris-Memorial Registraion and payment due by August 31st