upon the solid educational foundation they received, Saint Paul
Catholic School graduates have gone on to become physicians, teachers,
priests, attorneys, entrepreneurs, a Marine Major, school principal
and professionals in a diverse array of fields. Mindful of the
importance of serving others which was instilled during their
formative years at SPCS, graduates also enrich the communities
where they live by sharing their time and talents through volunteer
and philanthropic endeavors.
Natalie Gruska, SPCS '12
Running cross country for DePauw
Barajas, Class of 2010
for national women's conference entitled GIVEN:
in Diocese of Gary Synod video "Young
Youth of the Month
Our very own Margaux Fortney was selected by the Northwest
Indiana Catholic Newspaper as the Catholic Youth of the Month
for December. If you receive the paper, it was in December 19th's
edition. Here is what was written:"A member of Saint Paul
Church, having attended Saint Paul Catholic School since kindergarten,
8th grader Margaux Fortney is involved in various ministries throughout
the campus. A member of the Childrens and Junior Choirs
since 2008, Margaux is also an altar server for Sunday liturgies
and during the school year for many funerals. Margaux recently
represented the EDGE (Middle School Youth Group) ministry by speaking
at the Mass promoting this newer ministry throughout the church.
Margaux is an active member of EDGE. Known for her warm and friendly
personality, Margaux is welcomed both in the school and church
community. Margaux steps up to the plate to volunteer for any
task, and is always offering to help in any way. The Saint Paul
community is very blessed to have such a giving youth in our midst."
Way to go, Margaux: we are proud of you!
Natalie Gruzka Continues to Spread Breast Cancer Awareness
cancer awareness is personal to Valpo girls cross country team
To kick off Catholic Schools Week, three SPCS grads shared how
attending our school made a significance difference in their lives.
Take a moment to read
the speeches given by these high school students: Natalie
Gruska, McCaul Sawina and Mary Cobble.
SPRING 2014 ALUMNI
to these and all SPCS Alum for their amazing accomplishments!
chosen to participate in the Cary Institute Undergraduate Ecology
Research in New York this summer.
received a significant scholarship and the Presidents Award
for Excellence to DePauw University in Greencastle.
has received the St. Vincent de Paul Scholarship and the Leadership
Scholarship to DePaul University.
Koenig has been nominated for Most Involved at
the member of the VHS gymnastic team that contributed the most
to their state championship win.