CHS Alums Return to Campus To Share Talents with Students
Two Catholic High School alumni returned to campus to share their experiences and talents with current CHS students.
Eddie Samson ’66 spent Wednesday, April 22 speaking to religion classes throughout the day. Samson spoke to the students on life choices and making good decisions after their time at Catholic High.
"I consider it an honor to be asked back to speak to current Catholic High students. I especially enjoy speaking with seniors and telling them what a gift they have been given with a Catholic High education and how valuable this will be for their future," commented Samson.
On Thursday, April 23, Brian Goad ’98 returned to campus to speak to three drafting classes on Landscape Architecture. Goad, a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, has worked for six years with Reich Associates Landscape Architects and Land Planners as a landscape architect. He spent the class period discussing with students the overview of professional landscape architecture and his work experience in China.
‘It’s great coming back to see the progress made here at Catholic High. I am happy to contribute and be a part of it,’ commented Goad.