Mitch Farrell ‘14 is the recipient of this year’s Saint Vincent College President’s Award, the school’s highest honor.
A MOMENT TO REMEMBER Christine Janicik Harmon ’82 Alumna, School Counselor/Teacher, Spirit of Saint Joseph Awardee, Supporter. SJHS is once again filled with the promise that a new school year brings. As a school community, we pause to remember our “Mrs. Harmon,” who lost her battle with a long illness in May 2018. She believed…
After graduating from Geneva College Joey Luciana ‘14 recently signed a contract with the Utica Unicorns of the United Shore Professional Baseball League (USPBL)!!! Read more!
Jill Szwed ’10 is a Meteorologist at LEX 18 in Lexington, KY. She recently participated in #DressforSTEM on Pi Day by wearing purple. #DressforSTEM is a collaboration among female meteorologists across the country to inspire girls to pursue higher education in STEM, and celebrate#WomeninSTEM. She wants to inspire more girls to become interested in science, technology,…
SJHS Alumnus G. Alan Yeasted ’66, M.D., FACP (current Chief Medical Officer since 2001) will assume the new title of Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Emeritus. As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Yeasted has played a primary role in leading the St. Clair Hospital through unprecedented growth and achievement. He is stepping down from…
The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has named Louis Schwartz one of Pittsburgh’s Finest of 2013. Mr. Schwartz was selected on the basis of his activity in the community and success in his career. He is committed to raising as much money as possible for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Congratulations to Grand Knight Larry Barkowski on being named the 2013 Greensburg Diocesan Chapter Knight of the Year.
Lauren Samay ’01 in We Are Star Children’s premiere video Die Alone. Learn more
Sister Rita Yeasted, SFCC ’57, Ph.D., SJHS ’57, was named La Roche College’s first Distinguished Professor of English. Learn more on La Roche’s alumni e-newsletter
Maria recently graduated from the 8th Annual University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) Academy. Maria was one of approximately 25 high school scholar students selected (out of 200+ applicants) from around the U.S. to participate in the UPCI Academy. Maria will begin her studies at the University of Pittsburgh in September 2016.