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Hills are alive with awards for St. Paul Catholic PDF Print E-mail

BRISTOL — After being nominated in 12 categories, the St. Paul Catholic High School Performing Arts Department won seven Connecticut High School Musical Theater Awards at The Palace Theater in Waterbury recently.

St. Paul has the distinction of being the only high school to have been nominated seven years in a row for the Outstanding Production of the Year Award and winning for the last two years.

All top acting awards in the women categories were won by St. Paul students this year.

Outstanding Supporting Actress went to KodyLynn Perkins, Class of 2015, in the role of “Mother Abbess” and Outstanding Featured Performer went to Caleigh Lozito, Class of 2015, as “Elsa,” both in this past school year’s “The Sound of Music” production.

Ciara Giampietro, Class of 2016, was named Outstanding Lead Actress for her performance as “Maria” in “The Sound of Music.”


Brendan Carroll – Class of 2015 Valedictory Address PDF Print E-mail

June 2, 2015  

Archbishop Blair, Reverend Fathers, Dr. Hoyt, Administration, Faculty, Families, Friends, and Classmates; On behalf of the Class of 2015 I would like to thank the administration, teachers, faculty, and staff for all that they have done to get us where we are tonight. Your tireless efforts and fruitful guidance have led each of us on an unforgettable journey as students at Saint Paul Catholic High School. I would also like to thank the parents for giving us the wonderful opportunity to attend Saint Paul Catholic; it has truly been a blessing. Lastly, I would like to personally thank my classmates for making my high school experience so enjoyable; together we have created memories and formed friendships that will last a lifetime.

To the Class of 2015; it’s hard to believe, but here we are! Four years ago we walked into Saint Paul Catholic for our freshman year. Our class quickly found success on many fronts including in academics, in athletics, and in the fine arts. Fast forward four years and here we are tonight. Freshman year we came in as 101 students, but after four years of growth, development, and bonding we are leaving as one, the Class of 2015.

Our generation is one that is constantly searching. Whether it is Google, Bing, Yahoo!, or Siri, search engines are frequently being used to find random pieces of information or answer all types of crazy questions. Tonight I am here to tell you to stop searching. Instead, trust.

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