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Playing catch-up: Catholic schools reach out to Oregon's Hispanic community
Infographic by Sarah Wolf
Infographic by Sarah Wolf

Part of a series on race in Catholic schools, this piece is the first of two focused on Hispanics

As a cap-and-gown clad Sally Luciano steps across the stage and receives her high school diploma this June, she’ll be surrounded by the cheers of Kleenex-clutching parents and the faculty and staff of St. Mary’s Academy, the 158-year-old prep school in downtown Portland. It will be a treasured moment for the teen and her parents, who emigrated from the Dominican Republic before their daughter was born. It also will reflect a relatively uncommon occurrence in the Archdiocese of Portland.  


Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Parish and School News
St. Anthony graduates 47
TIGARD — Forty-seven eighth-graders from St. Anthony School here will graduate at 7 p.m. Sunday, June 14, in St. Anthony Church. A reception will follow in Francis Hall. Here are the graduates: Connor Adamy, Molly Block, Grant Carufel, Alexander Casias, Taryn Collier-Burke, Kristina Do, Athena Doherty, Brody Dorsh, Blake Ekberg, Elija Fishler, Averi Fuchs, Danny Fuchs, Reagan Geil, Sophia Goodell, Jack Gray, Rolin Griffiths, Corinna Hatfield, Amanda Henry, Reid Jucar, Jayden Kaske, Hayden Kaufmann, Kean Khouri, Eli Kuzniar, Samuel Lazo, Payton Link, Giselle Machorro Avila, Stefanie MacKinnon, Broderic McCarthy, Griffin Mentzer, Phoebe Mikolaj, Giselle Morales, Bennett Nasser, Jacob Ness, Kayla Paloma, Jerome Petrin, Justin Pham, Hunter Redding, Amanda Rocha, Stanley Schoppe, Savannah Short, Lauren Snook, Nathan Timmins, Vishnu Vijayakumar, Tiffany Vu, Michael Wanner, Jordan Woodin and Madeline Woodruff

Saturday, May 20, 2017
O'Hara sends forth 50

EUGENE — O’Hara will hold its graduation for 50 students at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at St. Mary Church. The graduates include: (back row) Amoline Foerstler, Celia Van Den Wymelenberg, Anika Thompson, Isabel Yu, Laura Kokkeler, Madeline Mahalak, Rogan de Calesta, Ryan Watts, Hagan Stephenson, Avery Anderson, Charlie Papé, Justin May, Derek Saxman, Dillon Jaspers and Miguel Rivas; (middle row) Abigail Hass, Isa Byrum, Maddie Meyer, Briana Howe, Jena Miko, Ava Eklund, Sam Eagen, Bene Sušec, Alec Vendetti, Anna Bouressa, Libby Korth, Madison Tuski, Whitney Korth and Ellie Christian; and (front row) Natali Hayes, Lindsey Sargent, Gloria Rear, KC Kimble, Jay Kartub, Jackson Whittaker, Liam Kaperick, Colin McDowell, Jack Thornton, Joey Laing, Peter Collins, Luke Eagen, Ryan Murphy, Ethan Cross, Sean Hurley and Jordan Lee. Not pictured are Cindy Cardenas, Kira Cosgrove, Shawn deCalesta, Logan Griffin and Tatum Pond.

Saturday, May 20, 2017
La Salle grads stand out
MILWAUKIE — La Salle Prep will send forth 176 students at this year’s graduation, set for 11 a.m. Saturday, June 17, at Rolling Hills Community Church in Tualatin. Seven students were named valedictorians; they earned top grades in a variety of Advanced Placement and honors classes, and all have grade point averages of 4.22 or higher.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

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