08 Feb 2018

Alumni Association Pledges Major Gift To CHS Capital Campaign – Advancing The Mission

Catholic High School is pleased to announce a significant commitment to Catholic High School’s current capital campaign – Advancing the Mission. The 2017-2018 CHS Alumni Association Board of Directors has pledged $250,000 over the next three years to help support this strategic initiative.

The campaign, launched in October 2015, will fund the construction of a new Student Center. The 35,500-square foot facility will include the campus ministry center; a kitchen and food preparation area; a dining area; classrooms; a teacher workroom; and outdoor student commons space.

“The Alumni Association Board of Directors recognizes the importance of the capital campaign. We are incredibly proud to commit our resources to advance the mission. It is our hope that all CHS alumni choose to participate in this project,” noted CHS Alumni Association Board President, Scott Lanehart ’95. CHS Director of Advancement, Jamie Segar ’90 expressed his appreciation for the alumni association’s support and commitment as well. “We are grateful to the CHS Alumni Association Board of Directors for their investment in the Student Center project. By agreeing to support the capital campaign with this very generous leadership gift, their commitment wholeheartedly supports student success and the impact this transformational project will have on every CHS student and faculty member, now and for generations to come.”

For more information or to support the capital campaign, please contact CHS Director of Advancement, Jamie Segar ’90 at 225.389.0978 or jsegar@catholichigh.org.

Conceptual Rendering of the new Student Center