After School Sports Equipment 9/12

All after school sports equipment and bags may be placed in Room 012 in the St. Mary’s building or Room 204 in the Main Building.  Bags may also be placed on the shelving units behind the Maintenance Office, however,that area will not be locked.  No bags should be blocking the path for our Maintenance staff.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Alumni Association Honors Paul Kelley, Robert Iacovone, Sean McKenna, & Patrick Harker

Alumni and friends of Gloucester Catholic High School were honored on Sunday, November 18, during the Annual Communion _ Award Winners 2Communion Breakfast at GCHS.

The Alumni Association honored the following award winners:

John and Jackie O’Donnell Award

Given annually to a graduate of Gloucester Catholic who demonstrates generous service to the Gloucester Catholic school community.
•Paul Kelly ’76

 

Dr. Frank & Catherine Kelly Award

Given annually to a friend of GCHS who through their good work brings honor and recognition to the school

•  Robert Iacovone ’81

 

Thomas Stewart III Award

Awarded to the Gloucester Catholic graduate that demonstrates selfless commitment and extraordinary service to the greater community.

•   Sean McKenna ’89

 

Thomas Iacovone Legacy Award

Given on a random basis to recognize someone who through their dedication and commitment to Gloucester Catholic through the years has left an indelible mark on the Gloucester Catholic Community

•   Dr. Patrick Harker ’77

 

Gloucester Catholic’s Mission

Gloucester Catholic High School empowers young men and women to become faithful citizens and to develop in all aspects of life: spiritual, intellectual, moral, emotional, social and physical.
Our goal is that our graduates continue their education and carry with them a guide for Catholic Christian living: vibrant faith, respect for human dignity, strong belief in the values of family, promotion of justice, service to community and country, and the desire to make a positive difference in society.
Gloucester Catholic High School is enriched by a legacy of Catholic tradition spanning four generations. We draw strength and inspiration from our past as we make an exceptional Catholic education available and accessible to our future leaders.

Senior Class of 2018 Academic Success Stories: Mikaela Neilio!

Seniors _ NeilioResiding in West Deptford and a member of Holy Angels Parish, Mikaela Neilio attended Holy Trinity School before coming to Gloucester Catholic. Mikaela has excelled academically in her senior year. Hard-working, independent and determined, Mikaela achieved principal’s honors this year. Mikaela has also been a vital member of GCHS’ successful girls’ basketball team for 4 years and volunteers her time in her parish school, Holy Angels, working in the aftercare program with the students.
Accepted to The University of Alabama and West Virginia, Mikaela will attend Rowan College at Gloucester County in the fall.

Senior Class of 2018 Academic Success Story – Laura Blaston

Seniors _ BlastonLaura Blaston is a graduate of St. Margaret’s School and is a member of Holy Angels Parish. Actively involved at GC, Laura has been a member of our diving team for four years and earned All Tri-County Honors. She is a member of our National Honors Society, plays on our varsity tennis team and was a Kairos retreatant. Outside of school, Laura is an accomplished gymnast and has won a state championship in the floor exercise and vault. Both an NJ Scholars Nominee and a US Presidential Scholar Nominee, she also finds time to volunteer at the South Jersey Food Bank, Voorhees Acute Pediatric Center and has been a team leader for the MS Muck Fest.

Laura has been accepted to St. Joseph’s University, Widener University, Seton Hall University, University of Scranton and Philadelphia University earning $426,500 in scholarship money. Laura will study Psychology at Villanova University in the fall.

Gloucester Catholic Class of 2017 College Acceptances and Scholarships

Congratulations to members of Gloucester Catholic’s Class of 2017 on their college acceptances!

Click on the following link to view the colleges in which Class of 2017 graduates were accepted:

List of Class of 2017 College Acceptances and Scholarships

 

Click on the link below to see a list of prominent colleges attended by GC graduates from 2013 to 2017:

Prominent College Acceptances 2013-2017

 

Click on the link below to see list of GC alums currently attending Ivy League universities:

GC Alums Attending Ivy League Schools

 

Click on the link below to see how our graduates stack up by the numbers:

GC Graduates By the Numbers: Class of 2017 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gloucester Catholic Announces Students of the Month for March and April 2017

Congratulations to Gloucester Catholic’s Students of the Month for March and April 2017!

 March 2017 Students of the Month (L to R): Senior -- Mike Hiester; Junior -- Laura Blaston; Sophomore -- P.J. Demitrio; Freshman -- Frank Zhang; Junior High -- Erin Walton.


March 2017 Students of the Month (L to R): Senior — Mike Hiester; Junior — Laura Blaston; Sophomore — P.J. Demitrio; Freshman — Frank Zhang; Junior High — Erin Walton.

The March 2017 Students of the Month are:
Senior — Mike Hiester
unior — Laura Blaston
Sophomore — P.J. Demitrio
Freshman — Frank Zhang
Junior High — Erin Walton

 

 

 
The April 2017 Students of the Month are:

 April 2017 Students of the Month: Freshman -- Shelby Longo; Junior -- Andrew Vail; Senior -- Renee DeAngelis;  Sophomore -- Megan Hall;  Junior High -- Carlie Anyzek.


April 2017 Students of the Month: Freshman — Shelby Longo; Junior — Andrew Vail; Senior — Renee DeAngelis; Sophomore — Megan Hall; Junior High — Carlie Anyzek.

Senior — Renee DeAngelis
Junior — Andrew Vail
Sophomore — Megan Hall
Freshman — Shelby Longo
Junior High — Carlie Anyzek