SAINTS PETER & PAUL SCHOOL
CLASS OF 2013
Throughout the past four months you have viewed video testimonials from several members of our Class of 2013 who were concluding a very accomplished high school experience at either Naperville North, Naperville Central, Benet, or St. Francis.
One of the statements that every alum referenced was that each of their classmates undoubtedly had a resume worthy to represent their class in a similar manner. They also acknowledged how well prepared they were at Saints Peter and Paul School for the rigorous curriculum they encountered at their secondary school as well as the role their Catholic faith played when confronted by peer pressure.
Today we present the college choices of the Class of 2013.
Space limitations prevent us from listing all of the colleges and universities to which they were accepted, the majors they will be pursuing, or the scholarship money they received.
As accomplished as these students listed here are, the exciting news is that they are no different from any class that has graduated from Saints Peter and Paul School for the past 164 years.
Minn. - Twin Cities
Col. of DuPage
Wis, Stevens Pt.
Coll. of DuPage
Coll. of DuPage
Please pray for the following member of the Saints Peter and Paul School family who passed into eternity this past March.
Paul Christian - father of Paul Jr. '77, Dan '79, Mike '81, Marianne (Rocchi) '82, and Tim '85. Grandfather of Marissa '10, R.J. '12, Claire '15, Will '19, and Joe Rocchi '22.
Volume 4, No. 39
June 29, 2017
Thank you to the 132 school families who supported the Annual Fund Drive. Our 47% participation was the highest in 3 years. The Advancement Board was also able to transfer $60,000 to the school's operational budget from these gifts.
SAVE THE DATE
The 29th annual Harold and Margaret Moser Memorial Golf Outing for Financial Aid at Saints Peter & Paul School will be held on Monday, September 11, 2017 at the Naperville
When our school was founded in 1853 ......
....families didn't visit Wheaton as that village wasn't incorporated until1859.
....families didn't plan summer outings to places like 6 Flags as the first amusement park in the United States, Coney Island, wasn't opened until 1884.
.... those who enjoyed golfing didn't watch the U.S. Open as that golf tournament (only 9 holes initially) was first held in1895 at the Newport Country Club in Newport, Rhode Island.
....the area of Alaska was controlled by Russia.
....Independence Day (July 4) was not a federal holiday. Although it has been celebrated since the 18th century, Congress did not declare it a federal holiday until 1941.
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