By Sue Brown, Director of Marketing and Community Relations
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award is an annual award for a noble cause. This award is presented to high school students who have demonstrated, through their attitude and their work, a commitment to serving humanity in the broader community. These students have made justice a central part of their lives, and have committed themselves “to the noble struggle for equal rights.”
2016 School Honorees
Sarahn Bastian—Barat Academy
Aaron Tucker—Bishop DuBourg High School
Brent Anderson—Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School
Julian Mitchell—Chaminade College Preparatory School
Sangeeth John—Christian Brothers College Preparatory High School
Julie Gauthier—Cor Jesu Academy
Ray Stewart—De Smet Jesuit
Brittany Krafft—Duchesne High School (St. Charles)
Jay’la Scott—Incarnate Word Academy
Andrew Heying—John F. Kennedy Catholic High School
Claire Shroba—Nerinx Hall
TySheyanna Montgomery—Notre Dame High School
Abigail Kenyon—Rosati-Kain High School
Kelsey Purdy—St. Dominic High School
Erica Huber—St. Francis Borgia Regional High School
John Brennan—St. John Vianney High School
Niya Tandy—St. Joseph’s Academy
Timothy Thompson—St. Louis Priory High School
Brendan Underwood—St. Louis University High School
Joshua Newhouse— St. Mary’s High School
Levi Krauss—St. Vincent High School
Emily Mach—Trinity Catholic High School
Sarah Schlote—Ursuline Academy
Sally Heil—Valle Catholic High School
Le Le Bell—Villa Duchesne
Claire Krummenacher—Vistation Academy
2016 Parish Honorees (cont’d.from page 1)
Allison Rupp—All Saints (St. Peters)
Holly Radke—Assumption (O’Fallon)
Gaelen Joseph—Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Elise Nikolaisen—Incarnate Word
Danielle Farmer—Mary, Mother of the Church
Rachel Fleischut—Mary, Queen of Peace
Tamesha Wallace—Our Lady of the Holy Cross
Carolyn Vossenkemper—Sacred Heart (Troy)
Temani Combs—St. Alphonsus Ligouri “Rock”
Dwayne J. Simmons—St. Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist
A Catholic school can open doors to your child's future, and Catholic Schools Week officially begins Sunday, January 31, 2016, and the doors of Catholic elementary schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis will be open to welcome you!
Alive in Christ, our 113 Catholic elementary schools offer academic excellence, faith formation, financial assistance, and a Department of Special Education with ten schools and centers.
Most open houses will be held on Sunday, January 31, 2016. A few schools have selected alternate dates.
Please refer to the link below for dates and times for each school.
By next year, YOUR child could be a part of the faith community within a Catholic school!
Visit us anytime in person, especially during Catholic Schools Week, and online at archstl.org!
Please click on the title of this article to access the list of Open Houses.