100% of the Mercy High School Class of 2018 accepted to go on to higher education
“There is not a part of society where Mercy women don’t exert their influence and bring about change.” Sister Mary A. McCarthy, RSM, President, Mercy High School
“We have learned from each other how to fearlessly be ourselves and go where our hearts take us.” Hanting “Heidy” Wang, Valedictorian
Saint Bernard School Class of 2018 Celebrates Graduation of 59 Students
“I speak for most everyone’s experience as a student here when I say that Saint Bernard is home. This is that one-of-a-kind special place that will make you feel welcome … and proud to by yourself,” Henry Cox, of Pawcatuck, Class Orator.
Xavier High School Class of 2018 “Called to do more”
“This class has amazed me with its grit, determination, academic success, college placement, service to community and care for each other,” Headmaster David Eustis
Valedictorian Maxwell Carmichael remembers the first week of school as a freshman when his teacher wrote the words “Do More” on the classroom’s white board, clearly stating the school’s high expectations of its students. “Within those six letters is a lesson for a lifetime…It’s a call to honorability, a call to experience everything the world has to offer, a call to find a vocation in life, a call to grow.”
Congratulations Academy of the Holy Family Class of 2018
“Our prayers are with them knowing that they will go forth in our world to do great things.” Sister M. Kateri, SCMC
Front row left to right: Audrey Jan Marie Tamani, Rebecca Starkey, Zahena Dieujuste, Tessa Waskin, Natalie Roy.
Second row left to right: Sydney Dinh, Anna Wolk, Vicky Li, and Nina Ngo.
The top row left to right: Jing Huang, Chelsea Popoola, Rebecca Wood, Jacqueline Johnson, and Faith Kowitz.