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Winter Weather Reminder

November 15, 2018
By Dr. Moran

November 2018

Dear Cheverus Community,

As we enter the season of possible inclement weather, we want to remind families that announcements concerning the cancellation of school or late starts due to inclement weather will be made through our phone-alert system. We will also post any changes/cancellations on our website and local television stations.

This is also a good time to remind parents that when it comes to snow days, you have a decision to make as well. In making decisions about any delays or cancellations, we will always try to make the best decision for all of our families, but with the widespread locations our families travel from and with the inconsistencies in weather patterns in our area, it can be hard to make the perfect decision for every family every time. It can be raining & clear roads in Cape Elizabeth and snowing & impassable in parts of Westbrook.

Parents, please feel empowered and encouraged by the school to make the best decision for you and your children in regards to travelling to and from school during times of inclement weather. Even if we have not cancelled or delayed classes, if you do not feel it is safe to commute from your area please contact the Main Office to let us know your child will not be in school due to the weather.

Students, you also have a job on snow days - check for assignments. With e-mail and Google Classrooms, you know that your teachers are able to keep in touch and post assignments beyond the classroom, so please be sure to check these places when you are not in school due to weather.

Peace,

John Moran, Ed.D.



 

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Cheverus Dedicates Painting in Memory of Fernanda Darrow, Former Chair of World Languages Department

September 28, 2018
By Office of Communications

Family, friends, colleagues, and students gathered in the chapel to remember long-time teacher Fernanda Darrow, who passed away last September. At the ceremony, Fr. Bob Pecoraro, S.J. recalled that “Fernanda was a joy-filled person who shared her positive energy with all those who knew her. Ms. Darrow was our Spanish teacher, our World Language department chair, a driving force for our Karaoke Night and Christmas Tree Drive -- but more than anything, she was a beautiful person who radiated goodness.”

At the September 25 ceremony, the painting "Por la Gracia de Dios" was dedicated in memory of Ms. Darrow. The painting was donated by the Sisters Adorers of the Most Precious Blood and artist Ines Barcena. The Sisters are a cloistered order who have been housed on State St. in Portland for 80 years. Next month, the two remaining Sisters will move to the motherhouse in Manchester, NH. Fr. Pecoraro expressed the gratitude of the entire Cheverus community to the Sisters and Ms. Barcena and thanked them for their presence at the ceremony. The painting has been placed just outside the chapel in Loyola Hall. Fr. Pecoraro concluded the service by saying, “May all who see it take a moment to meditate on the grace of God, and the light that God brings to our lives, just as Fernanda brought light and joy to all who knew her.”

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Summer Reading Info & Textbook Free Shipping Dates

June 26, 2018
By Jane Glass
One Goal by Amy Bass is the community-wide read for this summer.
  • Summer Reading: In this year’s community-wide read, we encounter other cultures without crossing state lines. The true story of the Lewiston soccer team shows how a common goal can turn prejudice into welcome, respect, and appreciation. This book continues our tradition of exploring the Grad at Grad themes of social justice, religious practice, and being open to growth. Click here for more information about the Community Focus and summer reading selections from the English Department and others.
     
  • Summer Reading Discounts: Several stores are offering a 20% discount on One Goal by Amy Bass if you mention Cheverus summer reading: Bookworm, Gorham (discount good for all summer reading books); Longfellow Books, Portland; and, Sherman’s, Portland. 
     
  • Free Shipping for 2018-2019 Textbooks:  MBS Direct is offering free shipping on textbook orders over $99 during the three weeks between July 9 and July 29. Click here for the Cheverus store at MBS Direct.
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Alexis Pathwick-Paszyc named Outstanding Senior from the Cheverus High School Class of 2018

June 01, 2018
By Office of Communications

Alexis Pathwick-Paszyc ’18 has been named Outstanding Senior from the Cheverus High School Class of 2018 and will deliver an address at graduation on Monday, June 4, 2018. The Outstanding Senior and All-Around Student Award, selected by the students, faculty and staff,  is given to the graduating senior who best exemplifies the spirit and ideals of a Cheverus student.

While at Cheverus, Pathwick-Paszyc served as a student ambassador for the Admissions office for four years and was a Campus Minister, serving as a lector and Kairos retreat leader. Pathwick-Paszyc was a four-year member of the varsity tennis team, leading them as captain in her final year. She was a member of the math team, served on the President's Advisory Council, and was Junior Class Vice President. She was also a member of the robotics team, which she co-captained her sophomore year. She will be among the first Cheverus students to receive a STEM diploma. In addition, Pathwick-Paszyc is a member of the National Honor Society and the Latin National Honor Society. She received the Assumption College Book Award and the Portland Rotary Youth Service Award. Outside of school Pathwick-Paszyc is a member of the Allocations Committee for United Way of Kennebec Valley, volunteers at Maine General Hospital, and has attended various STEM summer enrichment programs.

Pathwick-Paszyc is the oldest daughter of Christopher and Deborah Pathwick-Paszyc. She will attend Northeastern University and plans to study biomedical engineering.


 


 


 

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Sean Scanlon named salutatorian of the Cheverus High School Class of 2018

June 01, 2018
By Office of Communications

Sean P. Scanlon ’18  has been named salutatorian of Cheverus High School’s Class of 2018 and will deliver an address at the Baccalaureate Luncheon on Sunday, June 3, 2018.

While at Cheverus, Scanlon was an active member of the Homefront Club, serving as vice president his sophomore and junior years and president his senior year. Scanlon was also a member of the Key Club and completed the SEALSFit leadership course. Scanlon was the senior captain and a four-year member of the varsity ski team and played for the varsity soccer team. Scanlon is a member of the National Honor Society, received the Yale Book Award, and was recognized as a National Merit Scholarship Commended Student. Outside of school, Scanlon is an active member of the Boy Scouts and earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

Scanlon is the son of Mark and Regina Scanlon. He will attend the United States Naval Academy and plans to study engineering.


 

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Robert Bossong named valedictorian of the Cheverus High School Class of 2018

June 01, 2018
By Office of Communications

Robert A. Bossong ‘18  has been named valedictorian of Cheverus High School’s Class of 2018 and will deliver an address at graduation on Monday, June 4, 2018.

While at Cheverus, Bossong was a four-year member of the Key Club and served as vice president his junior year and president his senior year. He was recognized by Kiwanis International with the Most Outstanding Key Club Member Award and received the Key Club Book Reimbursement. As captain of the math team, Bossong earned a certificate for Superior Achievement in the New England Math League Contest and he will be among the first Cheverus students to receive a STEM diploma. He was also a member of crew team, chess team, and he was a captain of the sailing team. A member of the National Honor Society, Bossong was recognized with The Harvard Book Award, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Achievement Award, Undergraduate of the Year, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medal, National Hispanic Recognition, and The President’s Volunteer Gold Service Award. Outside of school, Bossong is an accomplished pianist and violinist and a member of the Portland Youth Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he is a lector and eucharistic minister at Our Lady of Hope Parish and earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

Bossong is the son of Dr. Catalina Atienza and Dr. Lawrence Bossong. He will attend Cornell University and plans to study biology in a pre-med path.


 


 

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Underclassmen Awards Assembly Recognizes Student Achievements

May 25, 2018
By Jane Glass
Fr. Pecoraro, George Mitchell, Lawrence Bossong, Sophie Schuele, Nathan Jacobs and Principal John Moran.

The following students were recognized during the Underclassmen Awards Assembly on May 25, 2018:

  • Undergraduate of the Year -- Lawrence Bossong
  • Cheverus Award -- Junior Class -- George Mitchell
  • Cheverus Award -- Sophomore Class -- Nathan Jacobs
  • Cheverus Award -- Freshmen Class -- Sophie Schuele
  • Phi Beta Kappa Award -- Lawrence Bossong

College Book Awards

  • Assumption College -- Evelyn Hanley
  • Boston College -- Richard Joyce
  • Brandeis University -- Julia Mount
  • Catholic University -- Nina Le
  • College of the Atlantic -- Bella Booth
  • Dartmouth College -- Emma White
  • Fairfield University -- Aiden Thomas
  • Harvard University -- Andrew Young
  • The College of the Holy Cross -- Mary Jerome
  • Le Moyne College -- Caroline Arpin
  • Randolph College -- Colten Dumond
  • Rensselaer Medal -- Caroline Arpin
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Computer Medal -- Anna Caron
  • Springfield College -- Nolan Doherty
  • St. Anselm College -- Anna Caron
  • St. Michael’s College -- Hannah Galucia
  • St. Michael’s College -- Michael Nason
  • St. Thomas University -- Jennifer Christensen
  • Stonehill College  -- Michael Manetti
  • Williams College -- Annesley Black
  • Yale University -- Lawrence Bossong

Art Show Awards

  • First Place --Liuming Guo
  • Second Place -- Daniella Niedermeyer
  • Student Choice -- Emma Gallant
  • Honorable Mention 
    • Arianna Arguedas
    • Jenna Booth
    • Emma Gallant
    • Ben Hoyt
    • Will Keith
    • Nina Le
    • Kristina Matkevich
    • Terryn MacDonald
    • Will Zidle

Music Awards

  • Maine Music Educators Association (MMEA), District 2 Band -- Jennifer Christensen, George Mitchell
  • MMEA, District 2 Chorus  -- Nathan Jacobs, Lindsey LeFevre, Colby White
  • MMEA All-State Orchestra -- Victoria Bossong
  • MMEA All-State Chorus -- Colby White
  • MMEA All-State Jazz Choir -- Anna Humphrey
     

National Merit Program Recognition


The following students will be recognized as commended students or semifinalists by the National Merit Program next fall.

  • Lawrence Bossong
  • Mary Jerome
  • Julia Mount
  • Michael Nason
  • Aidan Thomas

Math Awards

  • Superior Achievement in the New England Math League 

    Lawrence Bossong
    Victoria Bossong
    Margaret Earley
    Aiden Thomas

  • American Mathematics Competition Certificate of Distinction -- Nora Zou
     

Athletics Recognitions


The following students were named to the All-Conference Teams for Fall and Winter Seasons:

Class of 2019

  • Alpine Skiing -- Annesley Black
  • Boys Basketball -- Owen Burke
  • Boys Basketball -- Matt Duchaine
  • Field Hockey -- Sophia Pompeo
  • Field Hockey -- Isabella booth
  • Golf -- Tom Higgins
  • Golf -- Jeremy Baker
  • Ice Hockey -- Sophia Pompeo

Class of 2020

  • Boys Basketball -- Nick Galli
  • Football -- Sean Tompkins
  • Girls Basketball -- Lauren Jordan
  • Indoor Track -- Emma Gallant
  • Indoor Track -- Sean Tompkins
  • Indoor Track -- Joe Macaluso
  • Soccer -- Emma Gallant
  • Swimming -- Quintin Hastings
  • Wrestling -- Sean Sullivan (at Regionals)

Class of 2021

  • Alpine Skiing -- Tellie Stamaris
  • Boys Indoor Track -- Giovanni Fornaro
  • Boys Indoor Track -- Jakub Jastrzebski
  • Cross Country -- Donald Mahoney
  • Cross Country -- Mackenzie Turner
  • Field Hockey -- Lucia Pompeo
  • Girls Indoor Track -- Sophie Schuele
  • Girls Indoor Track -- Victoria Bossong
  • Ice Hockey -- Emma McCauley
  • Swimming -- Brim Peabody
     

Campus Ministry Recognitions

 

Junior Retreat Leaders

  • Lawrence Bossong
  • Hannah Galeucia
  • George Mitchell
  • Hayden O’Donnell
  • Grace Parello
  • Rosemary Train
  • Will Zidle
  • Emme Zografos

Eucharistic Minister -- Colten Dumond


Gold, Silver and Bronze Academic Awards

 

Gold Awards

Students who achieve the highest academic distinction in three or more classes earn a gold award.

Class of 2019

  • Hannah Galeucia -- Algebra II Honors + Trigonometry, History, Theology
  • Richard Joyce -- Chemistry, English, History, Theology
  • Caitlin McCutcheon -- AP U.S. History, Chemistry, French
  • George Mitchell -- Concert Band, Theology, Digital Design
  • Andrew Young -- AP U.S. History, Chemistry, Theology

Class of 2020

  • Harrison Bell -- Biology, English, French, Theology
  • Nicholas Galeucia -- Algebra 2/Pre-Calculus, Biology, Digital Design
  • Daniel Haskell -- Biology, English, Theology
  • Nathan Jacobs -- English, Geometry, Theology, Digital Design
  • Madeline Williams -- Biology, Geometry, Spanish, Stained Glass, Theology, Architectural Design

Class of 2021

  • Helena Bolduc -- Art, Algebra, English
  • Victoria Bossong -- Biology, Global Science, History, Spanish, Theology
  • Marie-Claire Owens -- English, French, Piano
  • Sophie Schuele -- Geometry, Global Science, History, Spanish
  • Tellie Stamaris -- Algebra, English, Global Science, Piano

Silver Awards

Students who achieve the highest academic distinction in two classes earn a silver award.

Class of 2019

  • Arianna Arguedas -- Algebra II, Spanish
  • Alexander Baur -- Chemistry, History
  • Gwendolyn Freeman -- Chemistry, English
  • Dennis Kalloor -- Research Course, Yearbook
  • Emma White -- AP Calc B-C, French

Class of 2020

  • Alice Fernandez -- Media Studies, Spanish
  • Emma Gallant -- English, Theology
  • Nicholas Galli -- History, Latin
  • Liuming Guo -- Pre-Calculus, Studio Art
  • William Mullen -- Spanish, Digital Design
  • Lydia Rue -- History, Drawing & Painting
  • Julia Ryan -- English, Marine Biology
  • Chloe Spenlinhauer -- French, Drawing & Painting

Class of 2021

  • Neve Cawley -- Algebra, Theology
  • Nathan Cook -- English, History
  • Ella Davie -- History, Theology
  • William Herman -- Geometry, Theology
  • John Hight -- History, Spanish
  • Amelia Kratzer -- Global Science, Spanish
  • Colin Micucci -- History, Computer Science
  • Colby White -- Algebra, Choir

Bronze Awards

Students who achieve the highest academic distinction in one class earn a bronze award.

Class of 2019

  • Caroline Arpin -- Chemistry
  • Annesley Black -- Theology
  • Isabella Booth -- AP Environ Science
  • Lawrence Bossong -- AP Calc A-B
  • Caleb Carter -- English
  • Jennifer Christensen -- Jazz Band
  • Patricia Ciampi -- Spanish
  • Andrew DeGeorge -- Marine Biology
  • Nolan Doherty -- AP Language
  • Matthew Duchaine -- Algebra II
  • Colten Dumond -- Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Madison Geiger -- Algebra II Honors + Trigonometry
  • Mary Jerome -- AP Calc A-B
  • Joseph LaBrecque -- Jazz Combo
  • Maeve McGarrity -- Chemistry
  • Sydney Michelson -- Pre-Calculus
  • Julia Mount -- English
  • James Mullen -- Stained Glass Workshop
  • Michaela Philbrook -- English
  • Julia Pilk -- Algebra II
  • Justin Ray -- Intermed Algebra
  • Aidan Thomas -- AP Statistics
  • Abigail Vaughan -- Watercolor
  • Emily Zografos -- Spanish

Class of 2020

  • Samantha Belaire -- Biology
  • Gavin Callahan -- Piano Lab
  • Christopher Cimino -- Digital Design
  • Sarah Cummings -- Theology
  • Griffin Donovan -- History
  • Emma Dyer -- Geometry
  • Quinton Hastings -- Mandarin Chinese
  • Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen -- Latin
  • Emma Levesque -- Intro to Art
  • Michael Luna -- Spanish
  • Joseph Macaluso -- History
  • Kristina Matkevich -- Drawing/Painting
  • Myles Moore -- Geometry
  • Mikiya Morin -- Geometry
  • Maeve Swift -- History
  • Caroline Taylor -- History
  • Hannah Woodford -- Spanish
  • Jackson Woodleigh -- English

Class of 2022

  • Jennavieve Booth -- Drawing/Painting
  • Ella Cimino -- Digital Design
  • Julian LaMontagne -- Music Technology
  • Donald Mahoney -- French
  • Grace O’Mara -- Drawing/Painting
  • Danielle Whyte -- Cheverus Choir
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Senior Schedule & Graduation Events -- 2018

March 21, 2018
By Jane Glass

Graduation Information


Baccalaureate Tickets

Luncheon tickets $35 and are limited to two per family plus the student ticket (student ticket is free).   

Tickets are available online here (sales close after Tuesday, May 29).

Note: Dress code or dress attire is in effect. Otherwise stated: students must dress formally but do not have to wear the school Oxford shirt or blazer.

Graduation Gowns/ Tuxedo Rentals

Gowns by arrangement with Mrs. Victoria Caron.

Tuxedos on Broadway will be at Cheverus on Tuesday, March 27, 2018. Fittings will begin at 1:30 in the Sparta Room. The rental fee is $88. Please bring cash or a check (payable to Tuxedos on Broadway) for that amount. Payment must be made the day of the fitting.

Tux rental includes shoes.  Black socks, please.

Graduation Tickets & Announcements

Each student will be given six (6) tickets for the first-floor Orchestra or Terrace seating at Merrill Auditorium. Tickets will be chosen by lottery and will be available at Senior Parents Information Night on March 21 (meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.) and in the Main Office beginning Thursday, March 22.  There is upper-level seating at Merrill that does not require a ticket. Each senior will be given ten (10) announcements. (A graduation announcement is not the same as a ticket.) If additional announcements are needed please contact Alessandra Poggio in the Main Office.

Handicapped Seating in Merrill Auditorium

Please contact Mrs. Mary Campbell to arrange seating at campbell@cheverus.org.


Timeline for ASP & Graduation Events


Tuesday, March 27 -- Tuxedo Fitting for Senior Boys, 1:30, Sparta Room

Please bring $88 (cash or check payable to Tuxedos on Broadway). Payment must be made the day of the fitting (cash or checks only).

Thursday, April 12 -- Last Day of Classes for Seniors
 
Friday, April 13 -- Bishop's Holiday for Seniors

 

Monday, April 23 - Friday, April 27 -- Senior Finals

Download the schedule for Senior Finals.

Tuesday, April 24 -- Arrupe Service Projects Kick-Off

Seniors: report to the cafeteria at 7:45 a.m.
(Underclassmen: report to homeroom at 10:00 a.m.)


Friday, April 27 -- Senior Day at Fort Williams (after exams)

Cookout and celebration following senior exams. Please return the Senior Day Permission Slip to the Main Office or email to Ms. Poggio.

Parents: Cheverus will provide bring the grill and food to be grilled. We're asking for donations for snacks during the day -- see the sign-up here.

Students: Cheverus will bring the Gatorade coolers filled with water -- bring your water bottle and stay hydrated! Note: all students must ride the buses to and from Cheverus; students may not drive themselves to Ft. Williams.


Monday, April 30 -- Arrupe Service Projects -- Seniors First Day on the Project

Download the Arrupe Service Projects Rules and Regulations

Thursday, May 10 -- Arrupe Service Projects -- Reflection Paper #1 Due

Papers must be turned in to Faculty Advisor by 4:00 p.m.
Download the Reflection Paper #1 guidelines.

Saturday, May 19 -- Cheverus Prom, 6:00-10:30 p.m., The Landing

Dinner served promptly at 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 24 -- Arrupe Service Projects -- Reflection Paper #2 Due

Papers must be turned in to Faculty Advisor by 4:00 p.m.
Download the Reflection Paper #2 guidelines.

Wednesday, May 30 -- Last day at Arrupe Service Project site.

 

Thursday,  May 31
 
Senior Breakfast,  7:50 a.m.  

Sponsored by the Office of  Institutional Advancement

Arrupe Service Projects Assembly, 9:10 a.m.

Dress code required -- all seniors must attend and bring the On-the-Job Supervisor's evaluation.

Graduation Practice, immediately following the ASP assembly

All seniors must attend.

Blazer Bazaar

Seniors: please donate your unwanted blazers and/or dress shirts for underclassmen/women. Drop off after the Arrupe Service Projects Assembly at Admissions or the Loyola Reception Desk. Proceeds from the Blazer Bazaar go to the Cheverus Families Association.


Sunday,  June 3 -- Baccalaureate Sunday
 

Mass at St. Joseph Church, 12 noon, 637 Stevens Ave, Portland

Class of 2018 Celebration Luncheon, 1:30 p.m., Cheverus High School

Monday, June 4
 
Graduation Rehearsal, 11:00 a.m., Merrill Auditorium

All seniors must attend.

Seniors Group Photo, 5:00 p.m., on the front steps of Merrill Auditorium.

Merrill Auditorium Opens, 5:00 p.m.

Graduation, 6:00 p.m. , Merrill Auditorium

Project Graduation

Buses leave from Merrill Auditorium following graduation.

Tuesday, June 5

Students return from Project Graduation at 5:30 a.m.  Grads can be picked up in front of Loyola Hall.


Thursday, June 7 - Friday, June 8

Textbook Buyback in the Campus Store. See the instructions here.

 

 

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Rachael Haskell Named Winner of 2018 Amirault Scholarship

March 16, 2018
By Bethany Hanley

Rachael Haskell Named Winner of a 2018 Amirault Scholarship

March 16, 2018

Congratulations to senior Rachael Haskell, the recipient of the 2018 Lila Grace Sullivan Amirault Scholarship.

The scholarship fund, which helps Maine Catholic high school students with college tuition costs, was established in 2013 by the late Patrick Amirault, in memory of his wife. Amirault, who grew up as one of nine children in a poor family in Malden, Mass., created the fund to show his appreciation for the care and quality education he received at a Catholic school there. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be accepted at an accredited college or university and must plan to work while attending college. Each recipient will receive $4,500.

“I know that there were many worthy candidates and to be chosen is truly an honor,” said Rachael. “I am deeply grateful for this opportunity and the kindness behind it.”

One of seven children, Rachael, appreciates the gift of family, including her second family: a community of friends and teachers at Cheverus that has given her so much.

 “You can tell that people, especially the teachers, they really care for you. They will listen to you, and they will talk with you and try to help you. And it’s also present in the students, too,” said Rachael. “That’s what it means to be a Cheverian. It means to recognize interdependence and devote yourself to bettering the world around you.”

Rachael’s time at Cheverus High School has been a transformative experience.

“Cheverus is a school that emphasizes the need to care for others, which is immensely important in the formation of education in understanding its greater purpose,” said Rachael. “Cheverus has been a welcoming community, and they have taught me through love and patience and showed me that my purpose in this world is inherently connected to the people around me.”

 Something that Rachael, even as a senior in high school, has already accomplished. She has donated her time to countless local charities and community initiatives. Cheverus has created in her a “desire for justice,” especially for those who are suffering. In the summer before her senior year, she went on an immersion trip to the southern border of the United States.

 “The stories told in the news became more than stories. They were people with faces, personalities, and dignity,” said Rachael. “We heard stories from real immigrants about crossing over and being detained. We went to the court and heard the trials of caught migrants. We traveled through the desert in scorching Arizona temperatures, experiencing a small portion of the paths of migrants. I saw the suffering of the world not as something distant that had nothing to do with me but as a personal offense, like it was my own dignity that was being wounded.”

 Still considering several outstanding colleges, she plans to study psychology with aspirations to become a child therapist.

“It took me a while to process that being a Catholic didn’t mean you had to be physically going out and saving people. You just have to be using the gifts that God gave you to try to make the world a better place. I am particularly interested in practicing therapy, especially in working with children. I have always enjoyed working with children, and I have always had an ability to read and write,” said Rachael, who also plans to minor in English or creative writing. “I enjoy analyzing and creating characters, and I believe that these traits can be used practically to better society as best as I am able. I hope to utilize my major and my minor to produce a result that best suits my interests and the community's interests by being a steward of the gifts that I have been given.”

 Rachael is a member of the National Honor Society; has a gift for performing (she’s a member of the Cheverus Drama Society); and is driven by her faith.

 “I’ve always wanted to do something to help people because that is something really taught in Catholicism. You’re interdependent with everyone else, your destiny is locked with everyone else’s, and you are meant to help other people,” said Rachael.

 

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Important Dates for 2018-2019

February 08, 2018
By Jane Glass

Mark Your Calendar: Important Dates for 2018-2019

  • Freshmen Orientation*:  August 29, 2018
  • First Day of Classes/Class Meetings: August 30, 2018 
  • No Classes: August 31, 2018
  • Labor Day -- No Classes: September 3, 2018
  • Classes Resume: September 4, 2018
  • Mass of the Holy Spirit: September 12, 2018 
  • ​​​​​​Back-to-School Night for Parents, 9-12: September 13, 2018
  • PSAT/Pre-ACTs/Freshmen Retreat: October 10, 2018
  • Columbus Day -- No Classes: October 8, 2019
  • Freshmen Service Day: October 14, 2018
  • All Saints Day/Grandparents Day: November 1, 2018
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences -- No Classes: November 9, 2018 
  • Veterans Day (Observed) -- No Classes: November 12, 2018
  • Thanksgiving Break: November 21-23, 2018
  • Christmas Break: December 20, 2018 - January 2, 2019
  • Classes Resume: January 3, 2019
  • Mid-Year Exams: January 14-18, 2019
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day -- No Classes:  January 21, 2019
  • Winter Vacation: February 18-22, 2019
  • Spring Vacation: April 15-19, 2019
  • Memorial Day -- No Classes: May 27, 2019
  • Graduation: June 3, 2019
  • Final Exams, Grades 9-11: June 3-7, 2019

Note: this is not a complete list of Cheverus events and vacation days for next year. Please consult the Cheverus School calendar for the most up-to-date information.  That calendar will be updated as events are planned.

* Freshmen attendance is required
 

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Students Recognized at Undergraduate Awards

October 26, 2017
By Sue Sullivan

The following students were recognized at the Undergraduate Awards on October 22, 2017:

  • Ahern Scholarship -- Sydney Pfeffer
  • John J. Flaherty Prize -- Rose Christine Anastacio
  • Rensselaer Medal -- Robert Bossong
  • RIT Medal -- Ben Bellantoni
  • RIT Medal -- Colby Benway
  • Special Service Award -- Libby Hodgkins

College Book Awards

  • Assumption College -- Alexis Paszyc
  • Boston College -- Anna Olore
  • Brandeis University -- Rachael Haskell
  • Catholic University -- Emily Haley
  • College of the Atlantic -- Eva Griffiths
  • Dartmouth College -- Colin Dong
  • Fairfield University -- Kathleen Meserve
  • Harvard University -- Robert Bossong
  • The College of the Holy Cross -- Kathryn Griffiths
  • Le Moyne College -- Sean Greatorex
  • Randolph College -- Perrin Conant
  • Regis College -- Isabella Santoro
  • Springfield College -- Kathryn Kane
  • St. Michael’s College -- Anna Sanders
  • St. Michael’s College -- Ben Bellantoni
  • St. Anselm College -- Will Shibles
  • St. Thomas University -- Karen Nielsen
  • Stonehill College -- Delphi Bourassa
  • Williams College -- Michael Cawley
  • Yale University -- Sean Scanlon

Math Awards

  • Superior Achievement in the New England Math League 
    Lawrence Bossong
    Robert Bossong
    Aidan Thomas

National Latin Exam

  • Cum Laude -- Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen, Michael Luna
  • Magna Cum Laude -- Kathleen Meserve
  • Maxima Cum Laude (Silver Medal) -- Maeve Swift

Gold, Silver and Bronze Academic Awards

 

Gold Awards

Students who achieve the highest GPA in three or more classes earn a gold award.

Class of 2018

  • Robert Bossong -- AP Composition, AP Calculus, Spanish IV H, Theology
  • Zachary Broome -- Algebra II, Chemistry, History
  • Rachael Haskell -- Algebra II, Chemistry H, AP US History, Theology
  • Gary Liu -- English, AP Statistics, Physics H, Theology
  • Siena Zerillo -- English, History, Latin III, Yearbook

Class of 2019

  • Lawrence Bossong -- Algebra II, Biology H, English H, History H, Spanish III H, Theology
  • Mary Jerome -- Algebra II H, Biology H, English H
  • Richard Joyce -- Biology, English, Geometry, History, Theology
  • Michael Manetti -- English H, History H, Stained Glass, Theology, Mandarin Chinese

Class of 2020

  • Nicholas Galeucia -- Architectural Design, English H, Geometry H, Global Science, History, Spanish I, Theology
  • Nathan Jacobs -- Algebra I, Choir, English,
  • Global Science, History
  • Daniella Niedermeyer -- Digital Design, Drawing & Painting, Theology
  • Julia Ryan -- Algebra I H, Spanish II H, Theology
  • Maeve Swift -- English H, Latin I, Theology
  • Madeline Williams -- Drawing & Painting, Global Science, History

Silver Awards

Students who achieve the highest GPA in two classes earn a silver award.

Class of 2018

  • Rose Anastacio -- Chemistry, Latin III/IV
  • Katie Boynton -- Chemistry, Theology
  • Perrin Conant -- English H, History
  • Colin Dong -- AP Economics, Calculus BC
  • Eva Griffiths -- French IV H, Theology
  • Anna Olore -- Algebra II, Latin III/IV
  • Griffin Watson -- Algebra II, Spanish III

Class of 2019

  • Alex Baur -- English H, History
  • Nolan Doherty -- History H, Piano Lab
  • Hannah Galeucia -- Geometry, Spanish II H
  • George Mitchell -- Biology, Jazz Band
  • Madison Mitchell -- Biology, Spanish II H
  • Grace Morriseau -- Geometry, Introduction to Art
  • Michael Nason -- Digital Design, Spanish III H
  • Jacqueline Vallee -- Digital Design, Geometry
  • Andrew Young -- Journalism, Theology

Class of 2020

  • Harrison Bell -- French I, History
  • Sarah Cummings -- Global Science, Introduction to Art
  • Emma Gallant -- Digital Design, Geometry H
  • Nicholas Galli -- Digital Design, Latin I
  • Daniel Haskell -- History, Spanish I
  • Jack Tracy -- Global Science, Theology

Bronze Awards

Students who achieve the highest GPA in one class earn a bronze award.

Class of 2018

  • David Amoroso -- History
  • Colby Benway -- Theology
  • Michael Borelli -- Studio Art
  • Brian Conti -- AP US History
  • Christian Gilliam -- Guitar
  • Kathryn Griffiths -- Latin
  • Teagan Guenther -- History
  • Caitrin Hand -- Digital Design
  • Michael Hatch -- Chemistry
  • Jackson Humphrey -- Jazz Combo
  • Michaela Jordan -- English H
  • Kathryn Kane -- Chemistry
  • Tucker Landry -- History
  • Brian Le -- Chemistry
  • Celia Migliaccio -- History
  • Taylor Morriseau -- Intermediate Algebra
  • Julia Pomerleau -- Pre-Calculus
  • Anthony Reardon -- Stained Glass
  • Sean Scanlon -- AP Calculus AB
  • Kathryn Sessler -- English
  • Will Shibles -- French III
  • Katherine Sprague -- Intermediate Algebra
  • Zoey Yin -- Physics H

Mengyuan Zhang -- Chemistry H

Class of 2019

  • Arianna Arguedas -- Spanish III H
  • Caroline Arpin -- French II H
  • Briley Bell -- English
  • Isabella Booth -- Theology
  • Jennifer Christensen -- Concert Band
  • Patricia Ciampi -- Theology
  • Thomas Higgins -- Geometry
  • Haylee Hinkle -- Theology
  • Tanner LaFlamme -- Theology
  • Caitlan McCutcheon -- Digital Design
  • Connor Morrison -- Spanish II
  • Julia Mount -- French III H
  • Michaela Philbrook -- French II
  • Nathan Scott -- History II
  • Abigail Vaughan -- Biology

Emma White -- Theology

Class of 2020

  • Chase Cameron -- Architectural Design
  • Emma Dyer -- Algebra I
  • Grace Elwell -- Spanish I
  • Ally Fernandez -- Theology
  • Will Gordon -- Drawing & Painting
  • Alexandra Hammond -- Keyboard
  • Quinton Hastings -- English
  • Lauren Jordan -- Music Technology
  • Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen -- Latin II H
  • Emma Levesque -- Algebra I
  • Jamison Levine -- Algebra I
  • Michael Luna -- Latin I
  • Joseph Macaluso -- English
  • Tyson Matthews -- French III
  • William Mullen -- Spanish II
  • Michael Scannell -- Digital Design

 

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Marine Bio Class Cleans Up

September 15, 2017
By Erika Rhile
Marine Biology participating in International Coastweek Cleanup

Cheverus' Marine Biology class took part in International Coastweek Cleanup by picking up trash around Back Cove on Friday, September 15. Students exclaimed: "You could be here all day [picking up cigarette butts]!" and "This is so frustrating. I'm so irritated by people just leaving this." However, multiple Back Cove runners thanked them for their efforts.

Marine Biology Cleans Up Back Cove.

 

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Border Trip Explores Complex Issues

September 02, 2017
By Mary King
Borderlinks Delegation, 2017

Pictured above (l to r): Rachael Haskell, Mary Wallace, Christopher Hoffman, Julia Mount, Ms King, Karen Nielsen, Eva Griffiths, Sophie Scheule, Shawnee Berke, Ms Po.

Eight students travelled with Ms. Po and Ms. King to Tucson, Arizona, for a southern border immersion experience this summer.  During the intensive week of  experiential learning, the delegation heard many stories of migrants coming to the U.S. They learned about the intricacies of the legal system and the fragility of the desert ecosystems.  The border wall controversy came alive as they examined the history of our southern border, United States relations with Mexico and Central America, as well as Border Patrol policies and procedures.

Click on the video below to hear about the experience from the students:

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Honor Roll for Semester 2 -- 2016-2017

June 20, 2017
By Sue Sullivan

GRADE 9

High Honors: Harrison Bell, Sarah Cummings, Grace Elwell, Nicholas Galeucia, Emma Gallant, Nicholas Galli,  Daniel Haskell, Quinton Hastings, Maximilian Hilgraf, Anna Humphrey, Ethan Hunt, Nathan Jacobs, Lauren Jordan, Emma Levesque, Tyson Matthews, Daniela Niedermeyer, Julia Ryan, Matthew Scanlon, Caroline Taylor, Jack Tracy, Madeline Williams.

Honors: Brian Austin, Joseph Baur, Samantha Belaire, Emily Broome, Gavin Callahan, Chase Cameron, Haley Caron, Christopher Cimino, Benjamin Corwin, Griffin Donovan, Elizabeth DuDevoir, Brendan Fedrizzi, Alice Fernandez, Aisling Flaherty, Ethan Goodman, William Gordon, Joseph Guenther, Keegan Haley, Alexandra Hammond, Ethan Hammond, Cole Hussey, William Keith, Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen, Alexi King, Luke Knowles, Angeline Le, Jamison Levine, Erin Libby, Michael Luna, William Ly, Joseph Macaluso, Kristina Matkevich, Myles Moore, Mikiya Morin, William Mullen, Quinn Olore, Keagan Rice, Lydia Rue, Matthew Sarapas, Grace Shimansky, Maeve Swift, Kathleen Trapp,  Aidan Truetel, Jackson Wilson.

GRADE 10

High Honors: Caroline Arpin, Annesley Black, Lawrence Bossong,  Nolan Doherty, Emma Ivy, Mary Grace Jerome, Richard Joyce, Caitlin McCutcheon,  Julia Mount,  Michael Nason, Mia Pothier, Emma White, Andrew Young.

Honors: Colby Anton, Arianna Arguedas, Alexander Austin, Jeremy Baker, Alexander Baur, Isabella Booth, Ryan Breece, Alexander Brewer,  Audrey Byrne, Anna Caron,  Caleb Carter, Jennifer Christensen, Patricia Ciampi, Patrick Corcoran, Matthew Duchaine, Colten Dumond, Mary Kate Earley, Abigail Enck, Ryan Flaherty, Gwendolyn Freeman, Hannah Galeucia, Madison Geiger, Marcel Haley-Read, Tholia Hallett, Evelyn Hanley, Cameron Harris, Haylee Hinkle, Samuel Holbrook, Katherine Johnson, Tanner Laflamme, Nathaniel Lapoint, Nina Le, Michael Manetti, Findley McLain, George Mitchell, Madison Mitchell,  Connor Morrison, Grace Morriseau, James Mullen, Hayden O’Donnell, Vipul Periwal, Michaela Philbrook, Julia Pilk, Sophia Pompeo, Drew Salow, Anna Sawicki, Nathan Scott, Aydan Smalley, Aidan Thomas, Jacqueline Vallee, Samuel White, William Zidle, Yihang Zou.

GRADE 11

High Honors: Evan Bergeron, Robert Bossong, Delphi Bourassa, Zachary Broome, Perrin Conant, Mackenzie Cranna, Colin Dong, Connor Galardo, Sean Greatorex, Kathryn Griffiths, Rachael Haskell, Michael Hatch, Jackson Jiang, Zhifu Liu, Binyu Long, Kathleen Meserve, Celia Migliaccio, Anna Olore, Alexis Paszyc, Emme Poulin, Sean Scanlon, Katherine Sessler, Griffin Watson, Mengyuan Zhang. 

Honors: Benjamin Adams,  Olivia Adams, David Amoroso, Rose Christine Anastacio, Benjamin Bellantoni, Colby Benway, Annalise Blaschke, Katie Boynton, Elliana Budri, Abby Cavallaro, Michael Cawley, Maxwell Coffin, Brian Conti, Luc Dionne, Tobias Ephron, Caroline Ford, Patrick Griffin, Eva Griffiths, Teagan Guenther, Jason Halvorsen, Elizabeth Hodgkins,  Jackson Humphrey, Mackenzie Johnston,  Michaela Jordan, Kathryn Kane, Adrianna Knight, Sophia Kruse, Tucker Landry, Brian Le, Mallory Leighton, Samantha Lewis, Kevin Ly, Jesse Matthews, Taylor McDermott, Julia Pomerleau, Anthony Reardon, Anna Sanders, Patrick Schnupp, Will Shibles, Anna Smith, Katherine Sprague, Michaela Ta, Sara Taylor, Siming Yin, Siena Zerillo.

GRADE 12

High Honors: Jared Brooks, Brooke Dawson, Nina Greenwood, Julia Haskell, Carrie Hight, Reegan Hussey, Kaiyang Jiang, Mohamed Kilani, Steven Larkin, Victoria Lemieux, Xingchen Liu, William Peterson, Jesse Rodrigues, Joy Zanghi.

Honors: Emily Anderson, Gustav Anderson, Schuyler Black, Hannah Bolduc, Janice Booth, Erica Bridge, Douglas Brooks, Anthony Buzzell, Yuqi Chen, Kyle Cholod, Kieran Conley, Leanna Farr, Daniela Fornaro, Brady Freeman, Katelyn Gendron, Lauren Girard, Katherine Gordon,  Erin Greatorex, Ana Guggenheim, Angela Haith, Benjamin Hanna, Niklas Hase, Joseph Jalbert, Elizabeth Jerome, Noah Johnson, William Kelly, Christian LaMontagne, Raymond Le, Abigail Longstaff,  Kaylin Malmquist, Matthew McCormick, Cassidy McCusker, Ryan McSorley, Shane Moore, James Nguyen, Michael O’Brien, Alexis Parsons, Andrew Penk, Anthony Pirone, Isabella Probert, Emily Sawicki, John Stokes, Abigail Thomas, Emily Turner,  Xiaodan Zhang.


High Honors are awarded to those students who earn all A’s for semester grades.

Honors are awarded to those students who have attained a 3.0 average or better and do not have any grades below a C+ among their semester grades.

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