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Newsletter August, 2019


Teutonia Mannerchor Club Alumni Luncheon

The next monthly alumni luncheon will be held on August 27, 2019 at the Teutonia Mannerchor Club located at 857 Phineas Street, Pittsburgh, PA  15212.  Doors open at 11:00 AM and lunch is served at 11:45.  Seating is limited, if you have any questions, please contact Jim Eberz (NC '64) at 412-321-4145 or Carmen DiGiacomo (NC '59) at 412-563-1859.  BE SURE TO NOTE THE TIME CHANGE FOR THE DOORS OPENING. The cost of the luncheon is $12.65 which includes buffet lunch, soft drinks, coffee, and dessert.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 Trojan Hall of Fame Dinner & Award Ceremony. Doors Open at 5:30, Dinner at 6PM Tickets $45 per person includes dinner buffet, dessert, beverages, beer and wine.  For more information call the Development Office at 412-321-4823, x 529 or email amorrison@northcatholic.org

FRIDAY, October 4, 2019 NC Homecoming Tailgate
More details to be released in the coming weeks!         

SATURDAY, October 19, 2019 Trojan Triumph Auction & Gala 
Celebrating 80 years of excellence!  Join us for a night of fun, food, festivities and celebrations!  Live and silent auction, all you can eat food stations, two drink tickets.  Dress in your favorite decade and be entered to win a $100 gift certificate.  Purchase tickets early and save! Before October 1: $100/person or $700 for reserved table of 8.  (After October 1: $150/per person). Stay tuned for more details!


We are currently updating the North Catholic High School website for the start of the school year.  The NC Office is working to make sure all of the information is current and accurate.  Please know we are working on adding all alumni information  including upcoming events, reunion updates, Hall of Fame, Military Alumni Information and online giving.  If you see an error, please contact the Alumni Office and know we are working to fix it.  Thank you for your patience and for remaining....Forever True!

Hall of Fame 


Congratulations to the Hall of Fame Class of 2019

Father Robert Yoest - class of 1952
Dr Glen Buterbaugh - class of 1972
Cynthia Kennelly - class of 1974
John "Jack" Mook - class of 1987
Mark Melcher - class of 1989

Join us SATURDAY, September 7, 2019 for the North Catholic Hall of Fame Dinner & Award Ceremony. Doors Open at 5:30, Dinner at 6PM Tickets $45 per person includes dinner buffet, dessert, beverages, beer and wine.  For more information call the Development Office at 412-321-4823, x 529 or email amorrison@northcatholic.org

Nominations now being accepted for the 2020 Hall of Fame

Do you know a classmate who has done some charitable work that deserves recognition? Someone who is worthy of accolades for their work in the community? Someone who has done a lot for North Catholic? 

The Hall of Fame is always seeking nominations for induction. We know that there are distinguished graduates, especially women,  who deserve a place in the school's hall of fame, but we need your help.  If you know of someone from your class or anyone who should be recognized for their accomplishments, please nominate them. Remember this not just a sports hall of fame. You can go to the school website for complete details. If you have questions, contact us  here and we will pass your message to the Hall of Fame Committee.  Please note that nominations are only good for three years, but they can be renewed. Nominate someone today. The committee will be meeting in January to begin the review process for this year's class.  Note: nominations that come in after May 15th will be consider for the 2020 induction class.

Alumni Spotlight

  In Memoriam - Ray DiLallo NC Class of 1950

Early in July, North Catholic lost one its most loyal graduates. He was a football, baseball coach and history teacher. He was remembered by all who came in contact with him. Here are some of the many comments made about Ray.

"My sympathies. He was a good man." - Joe Viehbeck (class of 1974)

Mr DiLallo was one of my favorite teachers, not just from North, but ever. I attribute my lifelong interest and love of history to him, and will never forget him." - Jennifer Paich Heinl (class of 1983)

"Mr DiLallo was a legend, coached me in middle school basketball at St Francis, intelligent, organized, and passionate, learned so much from him and try to use some his strategies in my coaching. And he was a fabulous social studies teacher."  - Steve Voyak (class of 1980)

"MrDiLallo was the teacher I respected more than any other at North. He explained in a way that I could understand what was and is important. I still carry that message today. He will remain in my heart." - Ralph Angelo (class of 1966)

"My deepest sympathies to his family. He was one of my favorite teachers. I learned to love history even more because of him." - Kathy Strahler Manno (class of 1989)

"Very sorry for the loss. Great man and great teacher. Motivational to say the least. He will be missed." - Mark Janosco (class of 1977)

"Mr DiLallo was a great coach, great teacher, and a great man. He was the essence of a true Christian gentleman. He will be greatly missed." - Jeff Witheral (class of 1966)

"Ray was an excellent teacher and coach. I especially remember and will always appreciate his kindness and mentoring in my early days of teaching at NC. He really was a help in creating a foundation for my own career. He was an exceptional man." - Ken Sinagra (class of 1973)

"Mr D could certainly spin a story. After all he was a his-Story teacher and perhaps the influence for me becoming a Social Studies teacher. Thank you, Mr D. You did more than "your job". Fortes in Fide." - Jim Beran (class of 1966)


Alumni Spotlight

  Alumni Story Time

The loss of legendary teacher Mr Ray DiLallo has elicited much sympathy and rememberance. His passing also brought many stories of memorable moments in his history classes. This month we are asking alumni to send us their stories about memories of Mr DiLallo that made such a special teacher to North Catholic alumni.

Send us your stories about Mr DiLallo. Send them to this  link .

Here's last month's story:

Here's Joe Geiger's (class of 1976) memory:

"My Grandfather & Grandmother Dave & Emma Nauman lived on the hill right behind Kniess's. His house was right on Mcknight Rd.  We always loved going to my Grandfather & Grandmother's to visit and being to walk down the backyard & over the creek bridge to Kneiss's to play golf was a big bonus I am my siblings always looked forward to. When I went to North Catholic from 72-76 I livd in Brighton Heights but once every week, after school I would take the bus from North to Ivory Ave @ Nelson Run Rd. (get off right in front of my Cousins house The Medfisch's, Cindy was also a NC Graduate).  I would walk down Nelson run and get into my grandfather's car (he was in his 80's) and pull out into McKnight Rd (YIKES) to head over to his house to cut the grass for him, have a fantastic "grandma" meal, Apple Pie (Deep Dish of course) then a round of mini golf at Kniess's.  Very fond memories."

"During the summers of 1964 and 1965, after I got my license, my classmates: George Hicks, Gene Scanlon, Tim Galvin, and I played  miniature golf next door and then hung out there  drinking coffee, eating french fries, and eyeing (ogling!!) the pretty girls, never seemingly able to work up the nerves to talk to them." - Walt Quinn (class of 1965)

Send us your stories about this NC favorite. Send them to this link.

If you would like to be a featured alum let us know by clicking  here.

Alumni News

Transcript Information

Alums who need a copy of their high school  transcript for a new employer should note that the process has changed, so please note:

NCHS Alumni (1939-2013): Please contact the Diocesan Archives  
at (412) 456-3158 for a copy of your transcript or for a new 
employer education verification.

Alumni (2014 - present): Please go to northcatholic.org, under the Alumni Tab, and download the online request form.

Memories  Available

The alumni office has some past editions of the yearbooks. If you can't find yours from senior year, we may be able to help. Not all years are available and supply is limited. Contact us here for information and availability. 


You can stay on top of what's going on at your alma mater by following Facebook - www.facebook.com/NCForeverTrue.


Congratulations to Paul Schacht (class of 2004) and Hannah Gerbe on their engagement.

Congratulations to Sean Haskins (class of 2009) on his engagement to Jessica Daum.

Congratulations to Raequel Fabio (class of 1994) on her engagement to Bill Bond.


Congratulations  to Mary Long Muffy (class of 2001) and her husband on the birth of their daughter, Mildred Claire.

Congratulations to Nick Stehle (class of 2004) and his wife on the birth of their son, Kane James.

Congratulations to Kate Sweeney Dugas (class of 2004) and her husband Matt on the birth of their daughter, Genevieve Jolene.

Congratulations to Meagen Minnaugh Brooks (class of 2003) on the birth of her daughter, Zoe McKenna.

Congratulations to Scott Hopkinson (class of 2004) and his wife on the birth of their daughter, Kali Rose.

Congratulations to Lynzi Mueller Tunstall (class of 2012) and her husband Shawn (class of 2013) on the birth of their daughter, Isabella Marie.  

Congratulations to Michelle Novak (class of 2002) and her husband on the birth of their daughter Olivia.

Congratulations to Hope Nelson Babich (class of 2008) and her husband on the birth go their son, Jack.

Rest in Peace

Alan Miksic (class of 1983)

Lester Dunic (class of 1953)

R David Ewing (class of 1970)

Edward Kavanagh (class of 1967)

Richard Swetonic (class of 1957)

Joan Ravenstahl - mother of Robert (class of 1972), Kurt (class of 1974), Dan (class of 1977), Joanne (class of 1986). Grandmother of Luke (class of 1998), Brad (class of 1999) and Adam (class of 2003)

Raymond Dilallo  (class of 1950


Class Notes

The display case just inside the entrance to the school houses some of the apparel avaliable for purchase at the spirit shop as well as North Catholic memorabilia.  You can check out the NC gear by clicking  here.


Class of 1956

John Lichauer is with granddaughter Kimberly Lichauer (class of 2018) and grandson Charles (class of 2020)

Class of 1964

Chuck Struhar begins the Steeler indoctrination of his grand child.

Class of 1965

Jerry Lorenz enjoys a day in the sun (no he's not taking up a collection).

Class of 1974

 Steve Vance gets ready to rock out on his violin.

 Class of 1979

Jim Schillinger is in Paris (in case you were not sure).

Class of 1992

Michelle Bove Hicks, her daughter Alaina (class of 2022), her son, and husband in  their new family portrait.


Myles Rooney - right and brother John (class of 1996) on a Rooney family beach vacation.

Class of 1993

Madeline Wahl has joined Greater Pittsburgh Orthopedic Associates.

Class of 1994

Raequel Fabio is with her fiancee, Bill.

Steve McGough (class of 1995) and Carolee Shearer renew their friendship and share band memories from their days at North.

Class of 1995     

Lamar Calhoun and his wife celebrate their anniversary.

Mike Quinn (right) poses for a picture with his kids and dad (class of 1965) and step mom.

Class of 1997

Steve Tucker and his wife are ready to move into their new home.

 Gerald Stevens enjoys time with his daughter.

Class of 1998

Congratulations to Lauren Cutely Campori who has been nominated for Super Lawyers Rising Star 2019 by Minneapolis-St Paul Magazine.

Audrey Baran smiles lovingly at her new niece.

Doctor Tim Chips (on the left) participated in the Mission of Mercy - Free Dental Clinic at PPG Paints Arena.

Leigh Ann Sobehart Wojciechowski and her husband celebrate the 4th of July.

Class of 2000

Teddy Sweeney is with his mom at the Sweeney beach vacation.

Maggie Stolte Atkins and her husband are all dressed up for a celebration.

Class of 2001

Mike Minnaugh and his super hero family celebrate his birthday.

Megan McCormick Burns gets into the thick of the action as she cares for her twins.

Jim White and his wife enjoy the sun.

Class of 2002

Tony Grego shows off his batting stance next to Jim Thome during the All Star week in Cleveland.

Class of 2003

Danielle Neu Foreman was named Branch Manager of the PNC North Hills Banking Center.

Chris Mueller and his best buddy enjoy lunch together.

Mallory Florijan offers a striking pose

Class of 2005

Kurt Steigerwald and his family visited Munich, Germany.

Jen Boehm is all smiles as she spends time with her nephew.

Jeanine Vento McGuire enjoys a vacation in the great outdoors.

Ben Bouvy attends COMIC CON in Seoul, South Korea. 

The Harpers: Alan and Sara (class of 2008) help their grandfather celebrate a birthday.

Class of 2007

Check out the Trib story on Aaron Smetanka, the new head football coach at St. Vincent College. Read it here

Carey Szymczak Steinmetz celebrates with her daughter.


Class of 2009

That's Gavin Virag on the left in the front car of newest roller coaster at  Kennywood. He was one of the very first to ride the Steel Curtain.

Caitlin  Reichle and Molly Joyce Koerper renew their friendship at the last class reunion.

Class of 2010

Alyssa Knieram sports her fancy swan shades for the camera.

Class of 2012

Mark Dovi has accepted a production position at KDKA-TV. He will be producing some morning news shows as well as launching a new news show on Sunday morning.

Nicole Matschner and sons smile for the camera while on vacation.

Alexis MacGregor (4th from the right) is with her fellow graduates of Nursing at Duquesne University.

Tina Ferrari takes a selfie before heading of to work.

Sarah Reichle celebrates a birthday.


Thanks to Carolee Shearer (class of 1994), Carmen DiGiacomo (class of 1959), Jim Schillinger (Class of 1979) Bob Gierl (class of 1966), John Lichauer (class of 1956), Mark Dovi (class of 2012), Danielle Neu Foreman (class of 2003), Larry Swetonic  (class of 1955), and Joe Geiger (class of 1976)  for sending information and pictures to us.

If  you have news/photos you want to share with classmates send them to

Flashback Photo

 Last Month's Flashback 

This picture was found in the 1978 yearbook. It is the homecoming court from October. Pictured (l to r): Sue Keller, Steve McCauley, Lisa Young, Dave Marx, Peggy Stein, Jim Hickey, Linda Maloney, and Jim Shindler.

Both Sue Keller McCauley and Linda Maloney Shindler correctly identified everyone in the picture and as they pointed out Sue and Steve have been married for 36 years and Linda and Jim celebrated 39 years of marriage in July.

This Month's Flashback

As you can see this is a picture taken after 1974; soooo... what year, and who are these four young people? Send us your answers or your guesses here. There might be a prize involved.

Request for Prayers

Ed Boll (NC Class of 1967) sent along this note, " Just wanted to thank all those prayers and good wishes. Feeling just great. Thanks"

Please pray for  Denise Enzerra (NC class of 1982)

Kaitlin Turnley (class of 2004) has asked for prayers for her father Paul Turnley whose health continues to decline.

Your prayers are requested for Michael (Mickey)  Kavanaugh (NC class of 1959) who is in poor health.

Keep Naomi Yeskey (class of 1982) in your prayers as she faces a second hip replacement.

Please pray for Bob Rathke   (NC class of 1959).

General Michael Hayden (NC class of 1963) is recovering from a stroke. Please keep him in your prayers.

Wayne Quinn (NC Class of 1970) has been battling a series of illness. Please keep him in your prayers.

Tracy Yoest Smith (class of 1998) has requested prayers for her sister Becky Yoest (class of 2007).

Gerard Boeh (class of 1952) has been ill. Please keep him in your prayers.

Please pray for Fred Arden (Class of 1959) and his wife Mary.

A request for prayers for Bill Niederst (class of 1959) as he continues to struggle with illness has been made by classmate Ken Rozycki.

Let us know of any alumni who should be included in our prayers by sending us an email by clicking here.  

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  Military Legacy Scholarship
The school has initiated a Military Legacy Scholarship in honor of all alumni who have served in our nation's military forces. The goal is to raise $20,000 to $25,000 to provide a $1,000 scholarship annually. The scholarship will be awarded annually to the student provided certain benchmarks are met. Every four years (or sooner) it will be awarded to another incoming 9th grade student.  Congratulations to this year's recipient, Griffin Floyd.

Contributions have surpassed the $11,000 mark. All money will be used to provide educational opportunities to a student. To honor those who served, please consider a contribution in any amount to the new Military Legacy Scholarship. If you wish, you may make a contribution in someone's honor/memory.  Donations can be made by sending checks payable to North Catholic, write "North Catholic Military Scholarship" in the memo, and mail to:
North Catholic High School
1617 Route 228
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
ATTN:  Development Office
  Kathy Monti Memorial Scholarship

Kathy Hickey Monti's limitless love and passion for helping others was apparent to everybody she met.  Her pride for North Catholic began in 1973, when her high school closed and she enrolled in the first co-ed class at North as a junior. Kathy led the charge to keep her school's basketball team together.  As a standout guard and the very first team captain of North's first women's basketball program, Kathy and her fellow Trojanettes began a women's basketball dynasty that is alive and continues to thrive today. Following her graduation from North in 1975, Kathy played basketball in college and served as team captain and leader.  Soon, she was recruited to come back to North and take on the role of Assistant Basketball Coach for the girl's team and with Coach Don Barth, her mentor, friend and former coach, led them to win multiple state championships.  When North opened in Cranberry Township, Kathy continued to volunteer her time at the new school that she loved so dearly until her last breath. In 2017, just before her death, Kathy was voted unanimously into the North Catholic Hall of Fame.  Kathy will long be remembered for her impact on hundreds of lives as a teacher, an assistant basketball coach and female role model for girls in athletics.

To continue Kathy's legacy and mission in life of helping others, a scholarship has been established in her name.  More than $20,000 has already been raised.  The purpose of the Kathy Monti Memorial Scholarship is to provide financial support for a young woman who possesses the same leadership qualities that Kathy demonstrated in her life.   In order to finance this scholarship and celebrate Kathy's life, we hope you can join us by donating.  Checks can be sent payable to North Catholic with "Kathy Monti Scholarship Fund" in the Memo and mailed to North Catholic High School, 1617 Route 228, Cranberry Township, PA  16066.

  The John Latuilippe Memorial Scholarship
The John Latuilippe Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Adrian Hightower - NC class of 2020.  The John Latulippe Golf Outing was held on May 18 at Green Meadows Golf Course. Over 70 golfers played. If you are interested in playing in next years outing, contact Les at les@latulippe.org 

  Class of 1959 Scholarship
The NCHS Class of 1959 Scholarship Fund has awarded $4,200 Scholarships for the 2018-19 School Year to the Class of 1959 Scholars, Canaan Branch and Tess Myers.
The Fund has awarded scholarships totaling $55,000 to seven recipients since the inception of the Fund.  Contributions to the Fund can be made at any time and should be sent to the North Catholic Foundation, North Catholic High School, ATTN: Class of 1959 Scholarship Fund, 1617 Route 228, Cranberry Township, PA 16066. If you would like more information about the Fund, please contact Joe Blitzko ( joeyblitz@aol.com ), Dick Halleran ( rhalleran@verizon.net ), or Mike Conroy ( conroy1603@gmail.com ).

  Class of 1965 Legacy Scholarship

The Class of 1965 Legacy Scholarship continues to grow. To date, our classmates have raised over $16,000 in donations and pledges. 
We need the help of our classmates to grow the scholarship fund. Classmates wishing to contribute can contact Walt Quinn (quinn.walter@comcast.net) or Dan Wolovich (dwolovich@comcast.net). If we can get more of our classmates to step up and help keep our legacy scholarship fund growing, there is no end to what the money can do to help a student to get the great education that North provided to us and continues to do so today. No contribution is too small. Thanks to ROY KIM, WAYNE BYERLY, ANTHONY DiPASQUALE, and BILL GUBANIC  for their recent donations and to BOB COLBERT
his continued monthly donations. Bob Colbert has been making a small monthly donation for the past three years that is put on his credit card. As Bob said, "it's less that the cost of a bottle of wine." If you would like to contribute a small monthly amount via your credit card, contact Amber Nicotra Morrison   to set it up. 

  Military Alumni

Thanks to many of you, our list of alumni who have served in our nation's military services has grown to almost 1,500. We thank all of you who have taken the time to help us with this endeavor. Perhaps you have noticed that recently an asterisk has been added next to name of more than two dozen individuals on the list.  This indicates the individual died while in the military, either Killed in Action or a non-battle death. There may be more alumni who died while serving. If you know of someone that should have the asterisk added next to their name please let us know. We will always appreciate your efforts to help us update this honor roll of our alumni.

Thank you to all of our alumni for their service to our country!

Please note we are working to update the school's website and are currently adding all of the names to the Military Alumni list. During this time, you may notice that a name is missing. Please know we are working as fast as we can to get all names added to the list.  
Thank you for your patience...

  Planned Giving
Planned giving is a wonderful way to prepare for the day we depart this life and enter into God's kingdom.  By planning ahead, you can provide opportunities to young men and women by supporting North Catholic. Planned giving allows us to help continue the work of Christ and pass on our traditions and Catholic Marianist values.  Gifts can be specified in one's will as either a dollar amount of a stated percentage of one's estate.  A growing number of alumni have taken this step and discovered a great sense of joy and satisfaction that they are helping families.  If you are interested in finding out more, contact Amber Nicotra Morrison in the Development Office at amorrison@northcatholic.org or by calling 412-321-4823, x 529.

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.  
Luke 12:34

ALL reunion updates will ALSO be available on the school's website, northcatholic.org or by clicking here!

NC Alumni Reunion

Debbie Bearley (class of 1983) organized a North Catholic All Class Reunion last weekend at the Hotel Conneaut and Conneaut Lake Park. 
NC Class of 1949

The class of 1949 will hold its 70th reunion on Saturday  September 21, 2019  at  Rico's Restaurant , Located at 1 Rico Lane, Pittsburgh, PA in Ross Township.  We will  assemble at 12:00 Noon , and  lunch will follow at approximately 12:30 PM .  Everyone will order from the Luncheon Menu of the Day and each person will be responsible for their own meal check.
The cost per meal should not exceed $25.00 per person including a non-alcoholic beverage.  Selections include a main course, salad and vegetable, with dinner rolls. Alcoholic Beverages will be available for individual purchase.  The first official letter announcing this event will be emailed or mailed on or about July 1, 2019.

Please Contact One of us with your intentions as soon as possible after our first notification.
George V. Bauer             116 Barbour Dr, Pgh, PA 15209
jordieb@verizon. net                 412-486-3729

Joseph J. Bauer, Jr        516 Roseland Ave, Pgh, PA 15214
joseph.bauer1@verizon.net      412-931-7049

Joseph J. Nowak            614 Norman Dr, Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
jjjn@zoominternet.net               724-591-8033

James J. Sismour, Jr     109 Gerard Dr, Pgh, PA 15209
kj1953@verizon.net                    412-486-2649

NC Class of 1957

The class of '57 held a 62nd Year Stag Reunion on 
Saturday, June 15, 
2019  at Willow Grove in North Park. We are hoping to have some pictures from the event for you in the next newsletter.

NC Class of 1959

The class of 1959's 60th reunion will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the Ranch House in North Park. Mark your calendars. Other details will be provided at a later date. For more information contact Carmen DiGiacomo @ 412-563-1859 or tippfado@verizon.net.

NC Class of 1965   

The class of 1965 is planning a picnic in June of 2020 to mark the 55th anniversary of our graduation from North. We are hoping to have it on Saturday, June 5, 2020 - the date we graduated 55 years ago. Save the date in early June of next year and look for further news.

NC Class of 1966   

The 53rd anniversary of our last day at North - a mini reunion was held at Giovanni's Bar and Restaurant (formerly Rum Runners) According to Bob Gierl the guys all skipped out before a group picture could be taken, but Bob sent this one to us, saying that this photo was a fair representation of the group. 

NC Class of 1969   

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, September 14, 2019 is the date for the 50th reunion. The reunion will be held at North Catholic High School - Cranberry Twp. Additional details are being reviewed and that information will be available soon. If you have questions contact:
Steve Kapetanovich, Paul Mihlfried, Rex Gleeson or Dan Salak (dasa495@yahoo.com.)

NC Class of 1979 

Linda Ziccarelli Hines and Doreen Giovanazzi Yoest are working on planning the 40th reunion.  The 40th reunion is set for October 5th at the Hilton Garden Inn, Cranberry. You can contact Doreen at Lyoest@carolina.rr.com or 803-554-3525 or Linda at lindahines5@yahoo.com or 724-831-6864 for more details. The  Facebook page - North Catholic class of 1979 - also has more information.or to send updated information.  

NC Class of 1988

The Class of '88 is planning a "30+1" reunion for August 30 at Scratch Food & Beverage on Lowrie Street on Troy Hill.  Tickets will be $40 and will be available via Eventbrite.  For more information, email Mike Delie at michaeldelie@gmail.com or Michelle (Prescott) Pullen at mpullen1992@gmail.com or check out the NC Class of '88 Reunion Facebook group at

NC Class of 1989

Heather Eyerman Erdeljac and some others are working on plans for a 30th reunion. The date is Saturday, November 30, 2019. The reunion will be held at Giovanni's Bar and Restaurant (formerly Rum Runners) on Babcock Blvd. from 6 to 10. 

NC Class of 1994

The 25th reunion for the class of 1994 will be held Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019 at Giovanni's Bar and Restaurant on Babcock Blvd. More details to follow. Questions?  Contact Neil Gregorio at ngregorio@tuckerlaw.com


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For more information on how you can help children receive a quality education, please visit this website or call 412-456-3085. The website has everything you need including the state application, answers to frequently asked questions and a calculator to estimate your cost and tax credit.  
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North in the News

School News

wWth the summer there is not a great deal of news, but the school had some things going on there.

North Catholic held a bridge program to help some eighth graders make the transition to high school easier.

Student News

A group of 24 North Catholic students, parents, and teachers traveled to Grenada in the South Eastern Caribbean Saturday, July 6-Saturday, July 13, for an international Mission trip. They stayed in Grenville, Grenada with 100 other students from across the United States to do service work for the poor all across the island. Work ranged from doing painting and fixing up homes to visiting orphanages and homes for the mentally disabled. Students also put on a daily Vacation Bible School for the children of Gouyave, Grenada. On their free day, students were able to have Mass in a soccer field with the local people, visit Grand Anse Beach, and explore Annandale Falls. All involved enjoyed the trip and many students were already making plans for coming back next year to be Christ's hands and feet to the poor in Grenada. One student was even quoted in saying, "This was the best week of my life."


North Catholic Sports

Numerous sports camps were conducted at North during the summer in including Coach Rottman's girls basketball camp.

Thank you to our Scarlet Sponsor of the Trojan Triumph Gala!  Bill Ryan, NC '71 and the Point Spring & Driveshaft Co. Team!

Thank you for your continued support!  
Keep in Touch
With over 14,000 graduates world-wide, we strive to spread as much news as we can! If you have personal news, accomplishments, ideas about topics, articles, stories or alumni profiles for our newsletter, please share them with us at alumni@northcatholic.org.

 North Catholic High School
1617 Route 228, Cranberry Township, PA  16066

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