Our 2018 graduates were recognized at the 11:30 a.m. Mass on June 10 and then treated to a brunch in the cafeteria. Please keep them in your prayers as they move on to new challenges in their lives.

Emma Rose Skundrich graduated from Pine-Richland High School. She plans to attend Baldwin Wallace University for Speech Pathology.

Maria Grace Bosco graduated from Quigley Catholic High School and will attend the School of Nursing at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Alina Schlichtkrull graduated from North Allegheny High School and will attend Slippery Rock University with a goal of earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.

Joseph Myron graduated from Quigley Catholic High School and will attend Mount Saint Mary’s University.

Molly Rottinghaus graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend Boston University.

Gabrielle Pieto graduated from Oakland Catholic High School and will attend the University of Texas at Austin.

Natalie Christel graduated from  Pine-Richland High School and plans to attend the University of South Carolina and study International Business.

Mary Grace DiDonato graduated from Aquinas Academy High School and will attend John Carroll University.  

Jacob Downing graduated from North Allegheny High School and will attend Shippensburg University, where he will wrestle.

Andrew Fernie graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend Hofstra University on Long Island to study film and media.

Phil Jurkovec graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend Notre Dame, where he will play football.

Lauren Donnelly graduated from Vincentian Academy and will be attending the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing.

Emily Sigmund graduated from Quigley Catholic High School and will attend Walsh University in Ohio. Emily attended St. Alphonsus School for 9 years, from kindergarten through 8th grade.

Jared Maffei graduated from Central Catholic and will attend Penn State. He couldn’t attend today because he is in Europe.

Kristine Mihm graduated from North Allegheny High School and will attend the University of Richmond, where she will swim.

Katelyn Niggemyer graduated from Vincentian Academy and will attend Duquesne University.

Adam Lobo graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will study engineering at the University of Maryland.

Nicholas Kasper graduated from Hampton High School and will attend Penn State’s main campus.

Jack Kremer graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will study engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.

Catherine (Katie) Haas graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, to study nursing and play lacrosse for them.

Gillian Grace Brachocki graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will study mechanical engineering at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Mya Spudich graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend Youngstown State University to study fashion merchandising.

Brooke Carmazzi graduated from Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School and will attend Penn State Main.

Christopher Gebhardt graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend Penn State Main to study architectural engineering.

Joseph Kunz graduated from Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School and is exploring his options on what he will do after graduation.

Mary Casamassa graduated from Aquinas Academy and will attend Norwich University in Vermont.

Victoria Crankovic graduated from Pine-Richland High School and will attend Youngstown State University.