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					Trinity Catholic High School
926 NEWFIELD AVENUE STAMFORD CT 06905 203 322-3401
WWW.TRINITYCATHOLIC.ORG

ANNUAL REPORT
2006- 2007

OUR SCHOOL
Trinity Catholic High School is a diocesan, Roman Catholic, co-educational college preparatory school located on a 26 acre campus in Stamford. 98% of our students go on to college or a university upon graduation.

OUR MISSION
Trinity Catholic is a Christ-centered community committed to educating the whole human person within the Roman Catholic tradition. It provides an atmosphere of respect and reverence in which each member is able to develop spiritually, morally, intellectually, socially and physically in order to live as a positive Christian witness and responsible citizen in the service of God and others.

Accredited by The New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Inc.

Integrating moral development rooted in Christian values, coupled with sound educational principles continues to be the strength of a Catholic education. Trinity Catholic High School remains committed to these tenets more than ever in today’s conflict ridden world. Trinity continues to provide and enhance the environment in which our students are able to develop spiritually, morally, intellectually, socially and physically. Enrollment remains steady at 550+, up from 398 in June of 2004. Additional teaching positions continue to be added to accommodate the increased enrollment. Our Biology Lab. is now a wireless environment with 25 laptops in a charging cart ready for use on demand. All four classrooms were taken back from Trinity Catholic Middle School to accommodate our ever increasing requirements. Gift support again topped the three quarter million dollar mark (see FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS). This again allowed tuition to remain affordable while at the same time strengthened our academic programs and enhanced technology. The Trinity experience does in fact enrich our students’ lives as well as those who benefit or will benefit from their good works. At graduation this past June, I again told the Class of 2007 that during their years at Trinity, they were provided three very special and very important things. Although intangible, they were very real: the best possible college preparation, moral education, and individual character development in the Catholic tradition. They are well prepared for their next steps in life. I am very grateful to all of the parents who entrusted, and will continue to entrust their daughters and sons to Trinity Catholic High School. I remain very grateful to alumni and friends of Trinity who continue to be connected to and remain a very special component of our school. Trinity cannot sustain itself alone. We cannot continue on without you. You are the bedrock of the current and future Trinity. Together, we will remain an unbeatable team! There will be nothing we cannot accomplish! In this era of Catholic school closings, I am prouder than ever to continue to be your President and Chief Financial Officer, and remain committed to moving this institution to even further levels of excellence. I will continue to do whatever it takes to continue to provide our students with the best possible college preparation, moral education and individual character development in a safe environment. Sincerely,

Kevin T. Burke President / CFO - TCHS

Thank you for your continued support of Trinity Catholic High School. Your contributions help us to provide our students with an excellent faith-based education and to bridge the gap between tuition income and the actual cost of educating our students. The 2006 – 2007 school year marked the fourth year that Trinity has operated under the President/Principal model. The school has flourished under this model with an increase in enrollment of almost 50% since 2003. We have a well trained and energetic faculty. All of our teachers have degrees in their teaching areas and over 85% have advanced degrees. Our students continue to do well academically. Over the last 4 years, 97% of our graduates have gone on to attend a college or university. Our average SAT scores are among the highest in the Diocese of Bridgeport. While we are the smallest school in the FCIAC our athletic teams continue to be competitive and successful. In addition we now have over 20 clubs and other after school activities that are available to our students. Due to your past support we have been able to update and renovate our science labs, including the recent installation of a wireless environment in our Biology lab. Your future support will allow us to expand our library collection and continue to update and maintain the technology that is available to our teachers and students. I invite you to visit the school so that you may see, first hand, all of the great things that are happening here at Trinity. Sincerely,

Robert D’Aquila

2006-2007 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
Total revenue for fiscal year ended June 30, 2007 - $5,188,716 Total revenue for fiscal year ended June 30, 2006 - $4,736,448 Total expense for fiscal year ended June 30, 2007 - $5,215,987 Total expense for fiscal year ended June 30, 2006 - $4,735,898

REVENUE

EXPENSE

Auxiliary 1% Other Fees 1% 6% Gift Support 15%

Other Supplies/ 1% Equipment 6% Rel./Acad./Ath. Programs 9% Facility Operations 16% Insurance 1%

Tuition 77%

Salaries & Benefits 67%

LINE ITEM:

2006

2007 77% 15% 6% 1% 1% 100%

LINE ITEM:

2006

2007 67% 1% 16% 6% 9% 1% 100%

Tuition ..................................74% Gift Support..........................17% Fees ........................................6% Auxiliary ................................2%* Other ......................................1% Total Revenue ..................100%

Salaries, and Benefits ..........63% Insurance ................................1% Facility Operations................19% Supplies / Equipment..............7% Religious, Academic & Athletic Programs ..............9% Other Expenses ......................1% Total Expenses..................100%

*bookstore sales, rental income, gate receipts, soda machine….

2006 - 2007 Gift Summary
ANNUAL FUND Unrestricted ............................................................................................................$219,100 Designated ................................................................................................................$41,200 Total Annual Fund ................................................................................................$260,300

CAPITAL GIFTS Designated to Facility Improvements ....................................................................$175,000 Designated to technology Improvements / HSA ......................................................$14,000 Designated to technology / other ..............................................................................$23,505 Total Capital Gifts ................................................................................................$212,505

EVENTS Holiday Boutique ......................................................................................................$26,227 Lord & Taylor Bash ....................................................................................................$7,654 50th Celebration Revenue in 06/07............................................................................$18,500 Total Event Net........................................................................................................$52,381

OTHER GIFT SUPPORT Endowments..............................................................................................................$26,750 Wm. Pitt Foundation ................................................................................................$50,050 Foundations Other ..................................................................................................$151,000 Total Other Giving................................................................................................$227,800 TOTAL GIFT SUPPORT FROM ALL SOURCES 06/07 ................................$752,986

TOTAL GIFT SUPPORT FROM ALL SOURCES 05/06 ..........................$795,660 (1) TOTAL GIFT SUPPORT FROM ALL SOURCES 04/05 ..........................$559,567 (2)

(1) Includes One Time to Operating Gifts of $120,00.00. (2) Includes a One Time to Operating Gift of $25,000.00.

TRINITY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 2006-2007 FUNDRAISING
The 2006-2007 Annual Appeal began on November 17, 2006. Parents, Alumni and Friends of Trinity first met and then exceeded our goal of $140,000 within 44 days. The Appeal concluded on June 30, 2007. An unprecedented $260,300 was the final total. Used to support the school’s operating needs within the fiscal year in which they are contributed, gifts to the Annual Appeal are the cornerstone of Trinity’s’ Advancement program. The Annual Appeal supports the enhancement of academic, student activity and athletic programs, general facility maintenance and upkeep, as well as criteria bound financial aid offerings. Because donors to the Annual Appeal tend to renew their gifts on a yearly basis, this vehicle provides a reliable and ever-increasing revenue stream which enables Trinity to continue to achieve excellence in everything that it does. It is important that members of the Trinity family maintain their Annual Appeal giving along with contributions they make for capital purposes and events. The Appeal is vital in supporting the school’s daily operations. Thanks to everyone for their continued support especially those parents who contributed after making the commitment to tuition and other TCHS related expenses. On behalf of our students, thank you so much for making a difference in their lives.

Annual Appeal:

Trinity also received $212,505 in Capital Gifts. Capital Gifts represent equipment donations and contributions for capital improvements to the facility, such as major renovations or equipment purchases. Such contributions become part of the school’s assets.

Other Gift Vehicles:

TCHS / Home School Association sponsored events raised $52,381. Net profits from these events are used for various pre-announced targeted purposes such as technology enhancements, facility improvements, and tuition relief for those students who would otherwise not be afforded a Trinity Catholic High School education. It also bridges the gap between tuition charged and the actual cost to provide a Trinity education for our students.

Mrs. Mary Beth Demetros, Mrs. Caroline Gaglio and Mrs. Donna Romano co-chaired the Fifth Annual Holiday Boutique. Another sold-out, capacity crowd of 350 attended this festive and fun event. A Fifth Annual event is again in the planning stages.

The Lord & Taylor Bash, was chaired by Mrs. Kerry Maloney and was also very successful.

WAYS TO GIVE
Trinity Catholic’s major source of revenue is derived from tuition, fees and fundraising. For 2006-2007, income from tuition and fees covered only 87% of the school’s operating costs. In order to keep tuition affordable, alternative sources of income, including the Annual Appeal Campaign and other fundraising efforts, helped to offset the remaining expenses of the school’s operations. Specifically designated gifts provide enhancements to our academic programs and building facilities. We depend on our Stamford Catholic, St. Mary, Central Catholic and Trinity alumni, as well as current families and Friends of Trinity to keep our school in a position of financial stability so that we can provide the best educational opportunities for all our students. You can support TCHS in several ways: • Gifts of Cash – allow us to strengthen for the benefit of all our students. Gifts may be in the form of cash, check, credit card payment or a pledge. Gifts of cash can eliminate or reduce tax on up to 50% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). Gifts of Stock – When Securities have increased in value, you would normally transfer them directly to TCHS rather than sell them. When owned for more than a year, securities used to fund a gift can be deductible for income tax purposes at full market value, not just their original cost. Gifts of securities are deductible in amounts up to 30% of AGI. Securities that have decreased in value can be sold and all or a portion of the proceeds can be used as a charitable gift. In addition to the contribution deduction, it also creates a loss you may be able to deduct. Matching Gifts – Many companies match contributions that their employees make to non-profit institutions such as Trinity Catholic High School. Most matches are on a 1:1 basis, but some companies match even higher. Upon making your own gift, you may request a matching gift from your company. A Gift in Memory of – Upon the death of a loved one, you may suggest that instead of flowers, a donation be made to Trinity Catholic High School in memory of your loved one. Bequests – Bequests are gifts made through one’s will. Donors may bequeath cash, property, or a portion of one’s estate. Retirement Accounts, Living Trusts, Life Insurance Policies – are other ways you can consider making charitable gifts to Trinity. Consulting with a taxplanner is strongly suggested before doing so. For further information, please contact Kevin Burke at TCHS.

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ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN
2006-2007
GOAL: $140,000

ACTUAL: $260,300

They will spend four years together, and it will change their lives forever.

(They have benefited, because of you……)

2006 – 2007 MATCHING GIFT ORGANIZATIONS
AIG MATCHING GRANTS PROGRAM ALTRIA EMPLOYEE INVOLVMENT PROGRAMS BEAR STEARNS BEAR STERNS CHARITABLE GIFT FUND CARLSON’S PERSONAL LEGACY MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM ENERGIZER MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM FIDELITY CHARITABLE GIFT FUND GENERAL ELECTRIC MATCHING GIFT FUND HOLLANDER FOUNDATION THE IBM CORPORATION K-12 MATCHING GRANTS PROGRAM INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY FOUNDATION JOHN HANCOCK MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM MERRILL LYNCH MATCHING GIFT FUND MORGAN STANLEY FOUNDATION MORGAN STANLEY MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM NATIONAL PHILANTHROPIC TRUST PFIZER FOUNDATION MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM PITNEY BOWES EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT FUND RANDOM HOUSE CROWN PUBLISHING GROUP REXAM INC. FOUNDATION VERIZON FOUNDATION

CRUSADER’S CLUB ($5,000 OR MORE)
Anonymous Anonymous Rodney and Michelle Adkins Kevin and Mary Beth Burke Thomas and Barbara Burke (In Memory of) John and Sheila Featherston Roger and Berdie Fox Anthony and Caroline Gaglio Dorothea E. Johnston Memorial Trust Denis and Brita Nayden Clare and Tom Purcell Dona and John Romano Mary and Anthony Rubino Charlie and Rosemary Schoenherr Karen and Jim Tobin Chuck and Cindy Walsh

PRINCIPAL’S CLUB ($1,000 - $4,999)
Richard M. Anderson Anonymous George and Carol Bello Edward and Lisa Benison Nicholas J. Bongiovanni David S. Cingari David’s Catering, Inc. Tom and Sue Cingari The Conlon Family Crane Fund for Widows and Children Michael and Janice Duggan Tom and Patricia (Teufel) Driscoll Jim and Peggy Flood Garden Catering, LLC Mary and Arlen Henock Mr. Fred Holzweiss and Family Jim and Giselle Hubbert Jodie and Jim Koretz Thomas E. Kriz Richard and Barbara Labbadia Mr. and Mrs. Mario Lodato Dan and Joan McCabe Mike and Mary Mezzapelle John H. McClutchy, Jr. Kevin and Luz Munnelly Dick and Valerie O’Connell Bill and Pat O’Donnell John F. Osterndorf Peter and Laurie Palsen Virgil M. Price II Rita A. (Mrs. Joseph A.) Romano Mr. and Dr. Robert Rooney Al and Betty Sanseverino Christine and Bill Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Smith Ray and Carol Smyth Daniel and Carol Spina Stamford Catholic Schools Fulvio and Annette Tamburro John and Lynne Vaught The Weicher Family Barry and Ellen Weston Walter and Barbara Wuchiski

GREEN AND GOLD CLUB ($500 - $999)
Andreas and Grace Ahrens Joseph Amicucci Mary E. Amicucci Maria and Kevin Bannon Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bonifide Mark and Jill Burns Robert and Cheryl Busby Tim and Laura Dennen Callahan Rick and Barbara Crolla Crusader Baseball Camp Phyllis Cunningham Ralph and Kathy DePanfilis Ed and Francine Detmer Chris and Diane Feeley Allison Gagliardi and Jack Condlin Jerry Haas Knights of Columbus Council #41 Larry and Rose Maria Larkin Jim and Margaret Marini Barry and Rose McInerney Tom and Terry McKiernan Dr. John and Peggy Meehan Dominic and Rita Mezzepalle Peter and Donna Muller Joan and Michael Neuscheler Jack and Mary Romanos Jackie and John Starks Paul and Carol Tusch Joseph and Joanne Vasta Vivian M. Vitale

CENTURY CLUB ($100 - $499)
Elizabeth and Tony Aitoro Donald J. Amicucci Anthony B. Andrea Ed and Pat Bacher William E. Barber Carol Ann Berger William and Jill Birkett BPOE 899 Larry and Cindy Bradley Steve and Lisa Brown Rev. Nicholas Calabro Michael and Nicole Carlon Lisa and Richard Cavanaugh John Celotto Robert and Jeannine Chomiak Douglas and Ann Clemens Linda (Pepi) and William Condon Mary Packwood and Kevin Cornell Michael Custardo Robert and Mary D’Aquila Sheila J. Devine Peter and Jayne DiTomaso Alan and Barbara Dutton Joseph M. Fallon Don and Natalie Foust Judy and Jerry Gallagher Griffin M. Handley Pat and Bruce Heaslip Peter Heine Dr. and Mrs. Rosemary Barr Hinckle Ms. Elizabeth Gianesello Judd Earle and Joan King Kaproski Family Foundation Michael Lalli David and Valerie Lee Dr. Ingrid E. Akerblom Roberta Anderson Cynthia and Anthony Argyropoulos Michelle Baran A.J. and Mary Kay Barr Michael and Joan Bird Kevin and Lisa Boland Robert S. Braccia Peter and Margo Brown Richard and Cathy Burkhardt Nick and Keri Cappiello Michael J. Cascio Anonymous Theresa Cheng Joe and Claudia Cingari Joseph J. Colarusso, Attorney at Law Diane Conologue Gladys M. Costello Edmund S. Czarnecki Jon and Christine DeCresenzo Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dineen John and Allison Doherty June A. Fahey Patricia A. (McKenzie) Flynn Bryan Fox Eliot and Judith Green Patricia A. Healy Jim Heenehan Issam and Suhair Hijazi Hollander Foundation Michael and Rita Keane Tom and Tina King Dianne R. La Croix Pat and Michael Lawler Robert and Mary Leynard

Jerry and Sue Lione Mike and Sally Macari Grace and Paul Markovits Ms. Christie Cummings Martin Mrs. Francis W. McAndrews Charles McCarty Capt. Daniel and Barbara McInerney Jim and Betty McClure Holly and Michael Mickelson Dotty and Bob Miller James M. Morrison Maurice and Michelle Nizzardo Kathleen Nuelle Christine Brennan Omdahl Anna Pagano Robert and Geraldine Palermo Art and Kim Petrone Ken Pierce Vittorio and Maria Pirolozzi Rev. Thomas W. Powers Hugh D. Quinn Edward and Mary Rigney Doug Romano Lynn Romano Don and Barbara Rossi The Sabanski Family Rev. Robert Crofut Susan M. Sanseverino Frank A. Scaturchio Louis and Annette Sciarretta Rev. Msgr. William J. Scheyd Antoinette L. Skinner Tony Suppa Peter and Debbie Szemenyei Tom and Cathy Telesco Brendan Paul Vane Roger and Kathleen Wiggins Eugene F. Young

Frank and Vivian Lucherini Maria Ines Brennan McLaughlan Michelle A. Marrucco Paul and Bonnie Mayglothling Pamela Cushing and Tim McCarthy Kylie M. McCormick Richard and Barbara McKeough David McMorris Christine Martinelli Mickiewicz Ms. Patricia Montaperto Patricia and Richard Nadler Kelly R. Northrop Mr. Martin O’Connor Rev. Walter Orlowski Rev. Joseph F. Palacino Colette and Robert Parish John and Violet Philbert Robert and Beverly Pietrzkiewicz Rev. Robert J. Post, Ph.D Diane and John Prunotto Deborah and Milan Radonich Andy Robustelli Kevin J. Romano Marc Romano Michael and Barbara Ryan Rev. Albert Pinciaro Mr. and Mrs. Domenick Sanseverino Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Sansevrino Ruth and Larry Schmidt Gary and Jamie Shannon Jim and Sue Shortley Andrew and Karen Slimmon Rev. Msgr. Edward R. Surwilo Anna M. Tamborino Virginia Cyboski Trinidad Edwin T. Vane Kristen Meehan-Wildman Jeff and Angela Zolluccio

FRIENDS OF TRINITY
Michael and Page Ballo Ernie Bourcier Helen Nayden Burland Jean and William Butler Patty, Frank & T. J. Caruso Virginia and Joseph Soldner Al and Mary DeCarlo Ms. Marie Foureau Robert and Julie Frattaroli James and Mary French John and Carol Gawlak John R. Gillis Michael and Elizabeth Guroian Jim and Kia Heavey Walt and Melinda Karwon Janet and Owen Kieran Joanne Loughran John and Debora Marusa Michael and Lelia McAdams Mrs. Agnes McMorris William J. Moylan, Jr. Ken and Mary Nasse Ms. Geraldine A. Nuzzo Miss Joan Quick Andrew and Joann Romaniello Ryan Salvatore Peter and Patricia Sievec Jerry and Monica Struzik Susan Derr Tidrick Joseph R. Vivirito Esther Geza Ziegler Jerome and Francs Bobinski Debbie Burg Muriel E. Burns Martin J. Buschmeyer Cathy Suppa Ciaccio Bill Cullen Joe and Jean Denaro Kevin and Susan Ely Pedro Freire & Su Lan Chen Marilyn Garrity Rev. Msgr. William A. Genuario Ellen and Ed Goggin Diane and Peter Handley Robert T. Kalen Maris and Judith Kavulich James and Joanne LoRusso Terrence and Laura Martin Don Mazzola Connie and Lawrence McGoldrick Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Miller Maureen Murphy Kathleen Brown-Nelson Ms. Teri A. Pryor Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Raus Ralph and Kimberly Rotante Mr. and Mrs. Davis Schwartz Mary Carew Silverman Joe and Susan Tassitano Virginia A. Troy Irene Willis

A SAMPLE OF COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES FOR THE CLASS OF 2007
Adelphi University – Albertus Magnus College – American University Arizona State University – Assumption College Babson College – Boston College – Boston University Bryn Mawr College – Cabrini College – Canisius College College of the Holy Cross – Denison University – Elon University – Endicott College Fairfield University – Fordham University – Franklin Pierce College Goucher College – Hilbert College – Hofstra University Iona College – Ithaca College – James Madison University LaSalle University – Loyola College in Maryland – Lynchburg College Manhattan College – Manhattanville College – Marist College Northeastern University – Old Dominion University – Providence College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Rochester Institute of Technology Sacred Heart University – Saint Anselm College – Saint Michael’s College Salve Regina University – Siena College – St. Bonaventure University St. John’s University – St. Joseph’s College – Syracuse University The Catholic University of America – The George Washington University Tulane University – University of Connecticut – University of Massachusetts Univ. of Maryland/Baltimore County – University of Rochester – University of Scranton Vassar College – Villanova University – Virginia Tech Wheaton College – Worcester Polytechnic Institute

ACADEMIC AWARDS
Valedictorian Kevin Icatar Salutatorian Amanda Stote

Art Melissa Labbadia English Jonathan Weicher French Jennifer Nolos Mathematics Kevin Icatar Physical Education Anas Koummal

Physical Education Kaitlyn Rooney Religion Kevin Icatar Science Kevin Icatar Social Studies Amanda Stote Spanish Carolina Ahumada

Scholarships and Grants

Rodney Adkins, II – Eckerd College Academic Achievement Scholarship, Jacksonville University Opportunity Grant, LaSalle University Mission Grant Carolina Ahumada – Manhattanville College Board of Trustees Scholarship, UMASS/Amherst Commonwealth College Incentive Award, UMASS/Amherst Commonwealth College Scholarship, College of Mount Saint Vincent Erasmus Scholar Scholarship, College of Mount Saint Vincent Academic Excellence Award, Fairfield University Grant, Pace University President’s Scholarship – The Catholic University Merit Scholarship Greg Aspilaire – University of Hartford Alumni Grant Christopher Benson – College of Mount Saint Vincent Saint Vincent de Paul Award Pawel Brzozowski – Iona College Scholarship Lisa Butler – Holy Cross Doern Award, Holy Cross Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship, Fairfield University Grant, Stamford Woman’s Club Scholarship, Burger King Scholarship, Capitol Scholarship

Jennifer Caputo – University of Tampa Dean’s Scholarship Gabrielle Carpanzano – Anthony Uva Award Michelle Chau – Fairfield University Fellows Scholarship, Canisius College Martin Luther King Scholarship, Salve Regina Trustee Scholarship, American University Frederick Douglass Scholarship, George Washington University Presidential Academic Scholarship, Seton Hall University Scholarship Alyssa Colarusso – Merrimack College Academic Scholarship, Salve Regina University Founders Award, Saint Anselm College Father Scherer Scholar Award, Seton Hall University Academic Scholarship, Wagner College Grant, UNICO Scholarship Vincent Cortese – Wagner College Grant, Michael F. Lione Sr. Football Award Manouchka D’Haity – University of Hartford Alumni Grant Shannon Daley – Fairfield University Grant, Fordham University Joques Scholarship, Sacred Heart University Trustee Scholars Scholarship, Villanova University Grant, New York University General Studies Program Scholarship, Stamford Woman’s Club Scholarship Lindsey DeLeo – Elon University Scholarship, Roanoke College Academic Achievement Award, Tulane University Academic Achievement Award Christopher Devine – University of Dayton President’s Scholarship, University of Dayton Award, Susquehanna University Dean’s Scholarship, Syracuse University Dean’s Scholarship, State Street Debate Society Scholarship, University of Scranton Loyola Scholarship, Sr. Mathilde Campbell Memorial Award, CAS Student Leadership Award Francis DiNoto – Franklin Pierce College Success Grant, NE College of Management and Communication Scholarship, College of Mount Saint Vincent de Paul Scholarship Sean Dunn – Marist College Scholarship, St. Michael’s College Honor Scholarship. Nicole Faugno – College of Mount Saint Vincent de Paul Scholarship, Mount Saint Mary College Scholarship Karen Featherston – Manhattanville College Board of Trustees Scholarship, Marist College Scholarship, Western New England Presidential Scholars Award, St. Joseph’s University Presidential Scholarship, Roger Williams Achievement Scholarship Sarah Fleurantin – Dominican College Academic Grant, St. John’s University Grant, University of Hartford Grant

Alyssa Gagliardi – St. Bonaventure University Incentive Award Kyle Galatro – Cabrini College Achievement Grant, Lynchburg College Centennial Scholarship, Roanoke College Grant, St. Bonaventure University Grant Neal Gallagher – St. Joseph’s University Scholarship, Sister Ritamary Schulz Award, Fairfield County Chapter of the Football Hall of Fame Scholar/Athlete Award, CAS/CIAC Scholar Athlete Award Matthew Gavigan – Lasell College Achievement Award Stephanie Genovese – Salve Regina Dean’s Scholarship, SUNY Stony Brook Grant, University of Southern Maine Presidential Commendation, University of Vermont Presidential Scholarship, University of Rhode Island Centennial Scholarship, University of Rhode Island Grant. University of Vermont Scholarship & Grant, Mutual Security Community Service Scholarship, Sr. Dorothy Flanagan Memorial Award Bernadette Griffen – Lynn University Equalization Grant Meghan Haas – Barry University Scholar Elizabeth Harrington – Iona College Scholarship, Sacred Heart University Trustee Scholars Scholarship Christopher Hawthorn – Hofstra University Presidential Scholarship Kyle Heaslip – Roger Williams University Achievement Scholarship, University of Rhode Island Scholarship Courtney Hutchinson – Sacred Heart University Trustee Scholars Scholarship Kevin Icatar – University of Rhode Island Centennial Scholarship, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Presidential Scholarship, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Scholarship, Fordham University Tuition Award, Fordham University Lafarge Fellows Scholarship, Stevens Institute of Technology Grant, Stevens Institute of Technology Edwin A. Stevens Scholarship, Stevens Institute of Technology Scholars of Excellence Award, George Washington University Grant, George Washington University Alumni Award, Rensselaer Medal Award, CYTEC Award Amadeus Javier – Manhattanville College Board of Trustees Scholarship, Manhattanville College Grant, College of the Holy Cross Scholarship, Roger Williams University Achievement Scholarship, Stonehill College Deans Scholarship, Stonehill College Grant Anne-Kara Jose – University of Connecticut Leadership Scholarship, Sr. Mary Alice Whalen Memorial Award

Nicole Kavalan – Catholic University Scholarship, UCONN Leadership Scholarship Jeremy Koretz – Johnson & Wales FBLA Scholarship Anas Koummal – Anthony Uva Award, Michael F. Lione Jr. Baseball Award, Stamford Old Timers Scholar/Athlete Award Melissa Labbadia – Marymount Manhattan College Scholarship, Bruce Eagleson Memorial Scholarship, CAS/Fine Arts Award Steven Latorraca – University of Hartford Alumni Grant Amy Luviano – John & Jack McMahon Memorial Award Kellie Magyari – Bryant University Dean’s Scholarship, Hofstra Academic Achievement Scholarship, University of Dayton President’s Scholarship Jillian Montaine – University of Miami Trustee’s Scholarship, Iona College Academic Excellence Scholarship, Babson College Level Grant, College of New Rochelle Honors Scholarship, Regis College Presidential Scholarship, Stamford Woman’s Club Scholarship, Securitas Sons and Daughters Scholarship, UNICO Scholarship Evelyn Moore – Iona College Merit Scholarship, Manhattanville College Grant, Saint Leo University Academic Grant McKenzie Morrison – CAS/Fine Arts Award Kimberly Norris – Roanoke College Scholarship Kevin O’Connell – Assumption College D’Alzon Scholarship, Manhattanville College Board of Trustees Scholarship, Iona College Scholarship, Salve Regina University Founders Award, Siena College Franciscan Scholarship Timothy O’Donnell – Manhattanville College President’s Scholarship Carolina Ocana – Iona College Scholarship, Manhattanville College Grant, Pace University Grant Theodore Pappas – Lasell College Achievement Award, Western Connecticut Military Officers Association Young American Award, John & Jack McMahon Memorial Award

Casey Pavlick – Bryant University Dean’s Scholarship, Salve Regina Dean’s Scholarship, St. Michael’s College Honor Scholarship, University of Dayton President’s Scholarship, University of Dayton Award, University of Scranton Loyola Scholarship, University of Rhode Island Centennial Scholarship, Stamford Woman’s Club Scholarship, CAS Student Leadership Award Mario Pirolozzi – Saint Anselm College Grant, Assumption College Scholarship, Assumption College Grant, Sacred Heart University Founders Award, Sacred Heart University Grant, Wagner College Grant, Western New England College Trustee Scholarship, Merrimack College Trustee Scholarship, Anthony Annuzzi Memorial Award, UNICO Scholarship Ryan Reed – Catholic University of America Scholarship, Iona Collage Scholarship Kimberly Rene – University of Hartford Alumni Grant Brittany Rich – Manhattanville College President’s Scholarship, St. John’s University Academic Achievement Award, Southern New Hampshire University Leadership Scholarship Mario Roman – University of Vermont Presidential Scholarship, Vaughn College Residential Leadership Scholarship, Msgr. Norman Methe Memorial Award Kaitlyn Rooney – North Stamford Exchange Club Student of the Month/Student of the Year Award, CAS/CIAC Scholar Athlete David Ryan – Saint Joseph’s University Scholarship, University of Scranton Loyola Scholarship Robert Schoenherr – CSPCA Award Marisa Schule – Adelphi University Dean’s Award Scholarship Rachel Slabicki – Roger Williams University Achievement Scholarship Samantha Spadaro – Dean College Scholarship Amanda Stote – DeSales University Trustee Scholarship, Sister Ritamary Schulz Award, North Stamford Exchange Club Female Scholar/Athlete Award Sarah Sweeney – Manhattanville College Board of Trustees Scholarship, New England College Education Scholarship, Southern Ct. State University Trustees Scholarship, Mary Helen Walsh Faith Award, DBEA Terry Filo Award Chrisnie Sylvain – Dominican College Award

Jane Taylor – Drexel University Dean’s Scholar, Marist College Presidential Scholarship, Northeastern University Excellence Scholarship, University of Rochester Kodak Young Leaders Scholarship Markie Theophile – Emmanuel College Grant, Emmanuel College William R. Hearst Scholarship Mark Theroux – Adelphi University Dean’s Award, Sacred Heart University Trustee Scholarship, Sacred Heart University Founders Award, Sacred Heart University Grant Cody Thomas – Boston University Dean’s Scholar, Goucher College Global Citizen Scholarship Luis Ulloa – Vaughn College Scholarship Natalie Uva – Iona College Incentive Grant Jonathin Weicher – Fairfield University Dean’s Scholarship, Fordham University Joques Scholarship, St. John’s University Academic Achievement Award, Syracuse University Dean’s Scholarship

TCHS President Kevin Burke and Spirit ‘76 Award winner Gabriella Reis.

Ms. Laska and TCHS Principal Mr. D’Aquila with Art Show award winner Laura Gilbert.

National Honor Society inductees Keelin Walsh, Katie Tusch, Caitlin Stote and Melissa Schoenherr.

Father Nick opens National Honor Society Induction Ceremony with a blessing.

Class of 2007 Senior Trip

Student Council members Lindsey DeLeo, Casey Pavlick, Katie Tusch, Neal Gallagher, Madison Tobar, Cody Thomas, Travis Neuscheler, Brian Hubbert, Sean Dunn, Caraline Gargiulo, Jane Wynne & Benson Joseph greet Bishop Lori on his arrival at TCHS.

ADMINISTRATION / FACULTY
President & CFO: Mr. Kevin T. Burke Principal: Mr. Robert D’Aquila Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs: Mr. Kevin Sutton Dean of Students: Mrs. Diane Warzoha Spiritual Director: Father Nicholas Cirillo Director of Guidance: Mr. Michael McDermott Admissions Director: Mrs. Connie McGoldrick Athletic Director: Mr. Tracy Nichols

Miss Rosemarie Altieri Miss Mary Barber Mrs. Judy Bassett Mrs. Nancy Bigham Mr. Paul Borella Mr. Ernest Bourcier Mr. Ralph Brancadoro Fr. William Carey Mr. David Chiappetta Mrs. Roseann Corrente Mrs. Mary D’Aquila Mrs. Joanne DeMassa Mr. John DePeano Ms. Patricia Giacone Mr. Richard Gibson Ms. Solange Gomez Mrs. Dorothy Griffen Mr. John Haba Mr. Peter Kavall

Mr. Jack Kelly Mrs. Helen Kenderesi Mr. Thomas Kriz Ms. Linda Laska Mr. William McAndrews Mrs. Noreen McGoldrick Mrs. Margaret Mira Mr. Tracy Nichols Ms. Tiffany Oliver Mr. Terry Papodoupolus Mr. Sandy Punturiero Mr. Joseph Riccio Mr. Ciro Romero Mrs. Cynthia Sobmon Miss Jill Sottosanti Ms. Lory Tager Mrs. Theresa Ufomaduh Miss Melissa Viselli Ms. Suzannae Vlahach Mr. Vincent Vodola

STAFF
Mrs. Margo Brown, Mrs. Patricia Caruso, Mrs. Diane O’Connell, Mrs. Marita Possidento, Mrs. Susan Tidrick Mr. Leo Restrepo, Mr. John Correa

SPECIAL SERVICES
School Nurses: Mrs. Lisa Brown & Mrs. Diedre Anspach Librarian: Mrs. Lorraine Castelluccio Resource Officer: Mr. Dan Hickman Grounds and Resources: Mr. Glen O’Connell

Those Fabulous Moms - Committee members Jamie Shannon, Bev Forman, Mary Beth Demetros and Giselle Hubbert welcome Guests to the Holiday Boutique.

Bishop Lori blessing students during his annual visit.

Mathematics Department Chairperson Miss Mary Barber, along with faculty members Mr. Richard Gibson and Miss Jill Sottosanti conferring with a perspective parent during Open House Night

Ryan Durkin, Vin Cortese, Neil Gallagher, Alyssa Colaruso and Natalie Pia at the Senior Class sponsored Blood Drive.

Our beautiful new altar, donated by the Cingari Family, is the new centerpiece for our chapel sanctuary.

Sophomore “Busy Bees” Samantha Nemchek, Kathleen Maloney, Sophia Sikes and Lauren LaPolice “buzzing” the halls on Halloween dress up day.


				
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