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A Letter from the Principal ................................................................................................................................................................................. 1 A Letter from the President of the Board of Regents ................................................................................................ 4 Our History ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Our Mission ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Administration and Governance ................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Academic Year in Review ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Class of 2016 College Acceptances and Enrollment ...............................................................................................14 Athletics Year in Review .....................................................................................................................................................................................17 Student Activities Year in Review ........................................................................................................................................................24 Co-Curricular Programs Year in Review .....................................................................................................................................25 Campus Ministry Year in Review............................................................................................................................................................30 Performing Arts Year in Review................................................................................................................................................................34 Financial Statistics........................................................................................................................................................................................................37 Monarch Leadership Society.........................................................................................................................................................................40 Principal’s Circle................................................................................................................................................................................................................43 The Annual Fund...............................................................................................................................................................................................................48 The Imagine Campaign...........................................................................................................................................................................................57 Gifts from Alumni...........................................................................................................................................................................................................59 Black & Gold Gala.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 61 The Mitty Auction...........................................................................................................................................................................................................63 Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament...................................................................................................................................................67 Donors to Archbishop Mitty High School..................................................................................................................................69 Archbishop Mitty Heritage Circle..........................................................................................................................................................75 Memorials...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................76 Corporate Internship Program....................................................................................................................................................................76 Endowing Our Future................................................................................................................................................................................................77 Archbishop Mitty Arts Society....................................................................................................................................................................82 Brother Fien Volunteer Recognition...................................................................................................................................................84 Student Christian Service...................................................................................................................................................................................87 Supporting Archbishop Mitty High School............................................................................................................................. 91

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a letter from the principal At the invitation of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), we at Archbishop Mitty will join with other Catholic communities throughout our country on Friday, September 9th, to pray for peace. This invitation was prompted by the various forms of violence that have permeated our world over the past few months. One of the many reasons I love being the principal at Archbishop Mitty is that we can periodically pause, reflect, and pray together. We can take on the “tough issues” because it is part of the fabric of who we are. As I will remind the students on Friday, our Mission Statement calls on us to “embrace the Catholic educational mission of developing community, teaching the message of the gospels, and promoting service, peace and justice.” Further, our mission proclaims our belief that “every individual is made in the image and likeness of God.” With that as our Mission Statement, how could we as a school sit back in silence when such violence persists? We will encourage the students to be inspired by Mother Teresa who was canonized this past week by Pope Francis. As her life testified to, “Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” We will encourage the students to be inclusive. We will also challenge them to use the opportunities provided them here to work toward a world characterized by solidarity. For, as Fr. Greg Boyle advised our students at a similar assembly two years ago, “It’s impossible to demonize someone you know.” As the cover of this Annual Report boldly proclaims, “The ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.” Help us change the world. I invite you as members of the extended Mitty family to pray for peace. Christ’s Peace,

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a letter from the president of the board of regents It is my honor to write this letter to you from my position as your President of the Board of Regents for Archbishop Mitty High School. It has been an eventful and exciting year, and I am sure the next 12 months will bring a whole new set of challenges, opportunities and successes. I recently had the pleasure of shaking hands with the graduating Class of 2016. It was hard not to feel the excitement, joy, and pride of these students as they embarked on their next great adventure. As a Catholic college preparatory high school, Mitty embraces the beliefs that it too must grow and develop to best serve its students. This is evident in every aspect of the school from its exceptional curriculum, best-in-class athletic and performing arts programs, clubs, and most recently, the Robotics and Speech and Debate programs that have excelled far beyond expectations. As a Catholic institution, Mitty provides students with the opportunity to see and experience one’s faith in a multitude of ways. Our son Ethan’s Ethics, Culture, and Justice immersion trip to South Africa last summer was life-changing, as the experience gave him the gift of a global perspective and a deeper appreciation for friends, family, and faith. Demonstrating the school’s commitment to grow and develop to serve its students, the incredibly successful Imagine Campaign led to last December’s historic groundbreaking of the John A. and Susan Sobrato Science and Student Life Center. This extraordinary investment in the future was made possible by the generous support of our community, including the Board of Regents, current parents, parents of alumni, and alumni. Thank you for everything you have done to support the next generation of Mitty students. I am so excited to be there when the Center opens in January 2017. For my family, this year was truly momentous because our last two children successfully completed their four years at Archbishop Mitty and are off on their next adventures. Our daughter Natalie will be attending Santa Clara University; in fact, she is the first Mitty female athlete to go on to play lacrosse collegiately. Her twin brother, Ethan, is heading to the Pacific Northwest to experience life in the Pac-12 conference with the University of Oregon. They join their older brother Adam and me as Mitty alumni. My husband Glenn and I could not be prouder. As for me, this year showed me the true nature of the Mitty community: fun loving and full of life, warm and wise beyond years, encouraging and always ready to lend a hand. The way Mitty people come together to both celebrate accomplishments and offer support in time of need is truly inspirational. 2016

I head into the new school year with a renewed sense of purpose, knowing that we have the people, ambition, and ideas to make an exceptional 2016-17. Thank you for being part of this journey with me.

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our history Archbishop Mitty High School was the first Archdiocesan high school in the Santa Clara Valley. The school was named for the late Archbishop John Joseph Mitty, the fourth Archbishop of San Francisco, who was both an educator and a builder. Construction of the school began in 1963, and when completed, the campus occupied its present twenty-four acres. Initially, brothers and priests of the Society of Mary were given responsibility to conduct the school. The school opened in the fall of 1964 with 189 male students, and the first classes were held in Queen of Apostles Elementary School. The newly completed high school buildings were occupied in April of 1965. Archbishop Mitty High School expanded its student body in 1969 and began sharing classes with Mother Butler Memorial High School and St. Lawrence Girls’ High School. Consolidation of the three schools was completed by the fall of 1972. With the creation of the Diocese of San Jose in 1981, Archbishop Mitty became the only Catholic high school owned and administrated by the Diocese. AMHS annual report

In 1990, Bishop DuMaine appointed Mr. Timothy Brosnan as the first lay principal to continue the fine tradition of Catholic secondary education at Archbishop Mitty. Under the new administration’s leadership, the school entered a period of tremendous academic and co-curricular growth. Supporting this dramatic growth was a massive expansion of the campus facilities, allowing all aspects of the campus community – academic, spiritual, and co-curricular – to grow to their full potential. Today, Archbishop Mitty High School is recognized as one of the premier Catholic, college preparatory schools in the United States.

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Archbishop Mitty High School is the Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school of the Diocese of San Jose. The school embraces the Catholic educational mission of developing community, teaching the message of the Gospels, and promoting service, peace, and justice. Through its rigorous academic program, the school seeks to prepare its students for college and for responsible leadership in the global society of the 21st century. At the same time, the school works diligently with parents to foster the development of each student. Recognizing that each individual is created in the image and likeness of God, the school celebrates and affirms its diverse cultural community and encourages students to respond to their world with competence, insight, understanding, courage, and compassion based on a tradition of faith and moral values.


administration and governance Administration 2015-2016

Mr. Timothy Brosnan Principal Ms. Katherine Caputo Associate Principal Mr. Keith Mathews Associate Principal Mr. James Fallis Assistant Principal/ Dean of Students Mr. Jorge Helmer Chief Financial Officer Mr. Mason Kimont Executive Director for Advancement Mr. Eric Anderson Director of Technology Mr. Douglas Santana Director of Performing Arts Mr. Gregory Walker Director of Student Activities Mr. Josh Walker Director of Athletics Mrs. Katherine Wesmiller Director of Admissions Mr. Timothy Wesmiller Director of Campus Ministry Board of Regents 2015-2016

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Mrs. Kathy Almazol Mr. Adam Anderson Mr. Jeff Berg Mr. Timothy Brosnan - ex officio Mr. Mark Cabrales - president-elect Ms. Katherine Caputo - ex officio Mr. David Chang Hon. Cindy Chavez Mrs. Anne Crowley Mrs. Gwen Dorcich Mrs. Kate Elfrink Mrs. Kennetha Evans Rev. Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) Goodson President Mr. Robert Griswold Mr. Steve Guttman Mr. Jorge Helmer - ex officio Mr. Mason Kimont - ex officio Mr. Emil Lovely

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Mrs. Mary Lyons Mr Keith Mathews - ex officio Mr. David Mewes Mr. Scott Mosko Mr. John Oosterhouse Dr. Tekakwitha Pernambuco-Wise, Ph.D. Mrs. Paige Robbins Mr. Rob Roskopp Mrs. Jill (Nesbitt ’95) Scotcher, Ph.D. Mr. Mark Tersini Mrs. Cheryl Young Mr. Tim Zanni Board of Regents Emeriti 2015-2016

Rev. George Aranha Mr. James Atwell ‘73 Mr. Michael Aymar Dr. Samuel Ballon Mrs. Catherine Bernal Bloyd Msgr. J. Patrick Browne Mrs. Dorothy Caputo† Mr. Pat Cavaney Mr. Lewis Chew Mr. Kris Chellam Mr. Chris Citti ‘76 Mr. Richard Cristina Ms. Kerri Corley Ms. Mary Curtis Mr. Richard Duquette Mrs. Kathy Dunlap Mrs. Tracey (Bresniker ‘79) Enfantino Mr. Jack Estill Mrs. Bernadine Fong Mr. David Fry Rev. Andrew Garavel, S.J. Mrs. Sheila (Gray ‘75) Gregory Mr. Joe Guerra Mr. Dan Haniger ‘75 Mrs. Toni Heagerty Mrs. Liz Hirata Mrs. Kathryn Hogan Mr. George Honoré Dr. Rex Hoover Mrs. Barb Ignatius Mr. Howard Ignatius Mr. Francisco Jiménez, Ph.D Mrs. Debi Justice Mrs. April Kawahara Mr. Paul Kimura Mrs. Laura Kramar Ms. Monica Lebron ‘97 Mr. Larry LaMantia ‘71, Esq. Mrs. Mary Lou Lawrence Mr. Marvin G. Lewis Ms. Laura Liccardo ‘78, Esq.

Mrs. Carey Lisowski Mr. Michael Linney ‘77 Hon. Richard Loftus Mrs. Audrey MacLean Rev. Gerdenio Manuel, S.J. Hon. Thomas McEnery Mr. Robert Mezzetti ‘73, Esq. Hon. Norman Y. Mineta Mr. George Monk Mr. Robert Moore Mrs. Joanne Moul Mr. Joe Natoli Mrs. Erin (O’Connell ‘81) Perrucci Hon. Risë Pichon Mrs. Carol Olimpia† Mrs. Helen Owen Mrs. Carol Parker Sr. Claude Power, P.B.V.M. Mr. Ken Raasch Mrs. Suanne Ramar Mrs. Maria Rangel-Alarcon ‘00 Mr. Rick Ridder Rev. Jack Russi, S.M.† Mrs. Diann Ryan Mr. Michael Savini Mr. John Saunders Mr. Lloyd Scates Mrs. Dawn Schaeffer Mr. David Schmidt Mrs. Karen Serpa Mrs. Maria Simon Mr. Mark Singer Mr. Steve Smith Mr. Steven Speno Dr. Tanya Spirtos Mr. James Steele Mr. Tim Steele Mr. David Sugishita Mr. Thomas Sullivan† Mr. Todd Teresi Dr. Ernest Thomas Sr. Nicki Thomas, SNJM Mr. John Thompson Ms. Linda Tirado, Ph.D Mr. Jorge Titinger Mr. Chuck Toeniskoetter Rev. Fred Tollini, S.J. Dr. Miel Vallejo-Brooks ‘92 Mr. Pat Waite Mr. Rick Williams Mr. Mark Woodward Mr. Ernie Yamane Mr. Rick Zea

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Archbishop Mitty Parent Association 2015-2016 Officers President President-Elect Past President Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary

Michelle Tang Erica Krishnamurthy Anne Rodriguez Harriet Harvey-Horn Ann-Marie Meacham Becky Slade

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Vanita Aggarwal Alisha Collier Seema Mulji Sim Casimiro Nina Chan Nancy Moore Dianna Chew Kimberly Moore Pam Kliewer Wendy Cai Yueping Gallaher Angel Wu Shoba Krishnan Gopinath Sangita Patil Shamita Tripathy Patti Decena Marla Kramer Kimberly Moore Brenda (Broadus ‘84) Chizanskos Debbie Condensa Debbie Hao Nida Crisostomo

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Stacy (Leigh ‘90) Amicarelli Stephanie Blumenson ‘02 Kimberly (Martin ‘01) Boettner Mike D’Ambrosio ‘04 Kelly Estes ‘08 Steve Gera Jr. ‘68 Amy (Choice ‘86) Korb Kelly (Parks ‘89) Masini Randi (Ratra ‘89) Melo Karin (Leigh ‘86) Olson Dave Parrott ‘78 Roxanne (Stringari ‘74) Vane


academic year in review Jacob Isaacs, salutatorian for the Class of 2016, stated in his address at graduation, “We can change the world, that’s undeniable. The question is, how?” The academic program at Archbishop Mitty provides students with the opportunity to determine the “how” through a rigorous course of study that challenges and engages students to think beyond the obvious, to figure out the “how.” This is accomplished through a variety of means, inclusive of dynamic teaching, challenging courses, and inquisitive students. The curriculum at Archbishop Mitty is designed to foster the ultimate development of each student’s intellect and the acquisition of knowledge in college preparatory courses. The curriculum exposes students to a broad education in the humanities, the sciences, and the arts. In addition, the curriculum prepares students to be learners in a dynamic global society through developing each student’s reading and writing abilities, fostering critical thinking, and promoting expertise in the use of technology for academic research. New Course Offerings for 2015-2016

The start of the 2015-2016 school year provided students with several new courses to choose from, thereby enhancing their educational experience. The English Department saw the revival of the Shakespeare and British Literature courses, as well as the addition of Written Composition/A Moveable Feast, 21st Century Literature as Social Commentary, and The Female Voice in Literature. Students with interests in technology and computer programming were able to enroll in Introduction to Computer Programming and/or Visual Arts 2: Animation. The Religious Studies Department expanded the junior-level Ethics, Culture, and Justice offerings to include ECJ: Appalachia, as well as new senior-level electives in Science & Religion and Vocation & Discernment. All of these new offerings afforded students new ways to consider the world in which they live, to see the endless possibilities that imagination – whether in the framework of an English, mathematics, art, or theology classroom – has to offer. Academic Achievements of the Class of 2016

The Class of 2016, comprised of 417 college-bound students, was a class characterized by academic curiosity and a passion for learning and achievement. Always striving for success, 69 members of the Class of 2016 earned a 4.0 or higher GPA for the first seven semesters at Archbishop Mitty and were recognized at the annual awards assembly and at graduation. Additionally, 198 members of the graduating class were California Scholarship Federation Sealbearers, designating CSF Lifetime membership for maintaining a 3.6 or higher GPA for five consecutive semesters. National Merit Scholarship Program

During their junior year of high school, students take the PSAT in preparation for the SAT tests required for college entrance. Students’ scores on the PSAT can qualify them for the National Merit Scholarship Program, and the top 50,000 students in the United States are named Commended Students and are eligible to advance further in the AMHS annual report I 2015 I 2016

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competition for merit scholarships. Of the commended group, 16,000 students are named Semi-Finalists, and those who meet eligibility standards will be among the 15,000 National Merit Finalists. In the Class of 2016, 74 students were named National Merit Commended Students and of that group, 22 were named National Merit Finalists. Additionally, 11 members of the Class of 2016 were recognized as National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars. Advanced Placement Program

Advanced Placement courses provide students with the opportunity to take college-level courses while in high school and, dependent upon their scores on the AP exams given in the spring, students can earn college credit for those courses. At Archbishop Mitty, 21 AP courses are offered across six academic departments, and historically, AMHS students are highly successful on the exams. In May 2016, 1,296 AP Tests were given with a 93.3% pass rate, with a 100% pass rate in AP Biology, Chemistry, Chinese Language, Psychology, and Spanish Language. The Class of 2016 demonstrated a high success rate on the AP exams and was recognized by the College Board for their scholarship. Thirty students were recognized as AP Scholars (earning a 3 or higher on three or more exams); 24 were recognized as AP Scholars with Honors (earning a 3.25 average on four or more exams); 52 were recognized as AP Scholars with Distinction (earning a 3.5 average on five or more exams); and 6 were recognized as National AP Scholars (earning a 4 average on eight or more exams). College Acceptances and Scholarships

The possibilities for the Class of 2016 are truly limitless. As a whole, the members of the Class of 2016 garnered 2,354 total college acceptances, including acceptances at all 9 University of California campuses, 20 California State University campuses, 28 California independent colleges and universities, 227 out-of-state private and public colleges and universities, and 6 international universities. Recognizing their academic achievements, 83 colleges and universities offered 233 honors at entrance opportunities to members of the class.

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Ninety-eight percent of the Class of 2016 were accepted into four-year colleges and universities. Ninety-six percent of the class chose to matriculate immediately to four-year schools, with 15% to a University of California, 15% to a California State University, 23% to a California independent college or university, and 43% to an out-of-state or international private or public college or university.


Graduation Awards

The Archbishop Mitty High School Board of Regents honors one young woman and one young man each year at graduation in recognition of outstanding overall achievement. The recipients of the Regents’ Award are two individuals who have demonstrated excellence in a wide range of activities at school while maintaining outstanding academic achievement and upholding the values and ideals of Archbishop Mitty High School. The Class of 2016 female Regents’ Award recipient was Emma Dapkus. A young woman recognized as an outstanding student, Emma was a selfless and effective leader, serving as the senior class president; a compassionate retreat leader who also performed significant volunteer service in the wider community; and a remarkable contributor to the Department of Performing Arts who won a National Youth Theater Award for her role in The Addams Family. The Class of 2016 male Regents’ Award recipient was Gabriel Mallari. A young man recognized as an excellent student, Gabriel was a well-respected leader both inside and outside of the classroom, serving as student body president, a role he embraced with devotion and humility; an active volunteer in the wider community; and a remarkably talented musician who was a vital part of the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, and Exodus. The Romero Award, named for the former Salvadoran archbishop who fought and died for the cause of social justice, draws attention to the core of the mission of Archbishop Mitty High School, for it recognizes a graduating senior who is deeply committed to Christian Service and the Campus Ministry program. In addition, this award recognizes an individual who has put his or her intelligence and education at the service of those in need through a keen awareness of our communal commitment to promote social justice in our society and throughout the world. The Class of 2016 recipient of the Romero Award was Hannah Villalpando, a young woman who spent over 400 hours working at Camp Costanoan with children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities; participated in the South Africa immersion trip; served as a member of the LIFE Corps Team; and led a Kairos retreat for her classmates. The Salutatorian Award is presented to an individual who is an outstanding student academically, who has maintained a very high grade point average, has taken the most challenging course load offered at the school, has demonstrated an excellent facility in both written and oral expression, is perceived as a top scholar by the junior and senior year honors teachers, and represents well the values of Archbishop Mitty High School. The Salutatorian for the Class of 2016 was Jacob Isaacs, a young man who is true intellectual, earning a 4.67 GPA, and received undergraduate awards in every academic department during his first three years.

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Jacob’s talents are many, and he was motivated to use these gifts to be an integral member of the Mitty Advocacy Program (MAP), lobbying on behalf of victims of human trafficking at both the state and national levels. His passion for social justice was eloquently presented on the pages of The Monarch newspaper, where he served as Opinions Editor for the past two years. He will continue his studies at Carlton College in Minnesota. The Valedictorian Award is presented to an individual who is an outstanding student academically, who has maintained a very high grade point average, has taken the most challenging course load offered at the school, has demonstrated an extraordinary facility in both written and oral expression, is perceived as our very top scholar by the junior and senior year honors teachers, and who represents to an exceptional degree the values of this school. The Valedictorian for the Class of 2016 was Athreya Steiger, a young man distinguished by his intellect, his work ethic, and his compassionate nature. Earning a 4.77 academic GPA, Athreya received a General Excellence Award for three of his four years at Mitty, recognizing him as one of the top three students in at least three different academic areas. Athreya participated on the South Africa immersion trip, completed almost 500 hours of service at the South Asian Heart Center, and was president of the Future Business Leaders of America Club. He will continue his studies at Stanford University. As Jamie Paolinetti, the celebrated American racing cyclist, so eloquently noted, when imagination is embraced, the possibilities are limitless. The academic program at Archbishop Mitty, as demonstrated by these students’ successes, proves that imagination is encouraged, fostered, and embraced.

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class of 2016 college acceptances and enrollment As was noted in valedictorian Athreya Steiger’s address at graduation, “The accomplishments that Mitty students have achieved are more than extraordinary. But what differentiates us is the sense of humility and passion that we carry beyond our actions.” It is their humility and passion – and their dynamic imaginations – that will allow the Class of 2016 to change the world. Congratulations!

California Independent Colleges and Universities Academy of Art University ......................................................................... 3........................2 Azusa Pacific University.......................................................................................1 California Baptist University....................................................................1 California College of the Arts............................................................... 1........................1 California Institute of the Arts...........................................................1 California Lutheran University............................................................ 8........................1 Chapman University................................................................................................. 54..................15 Claremont McKenna College..................................................................1 Dominican University of California........................................ 8........................2 Harvey Mudd College .............................................................................................. 4........................2

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..................................................................................................................1 Colorado Mesa University ............................................................................1 Colorado School of Mines ...........................................................................1 Colorado State University (Pueblo) .....................................2 Colorado State University......................................................................... 26........................6 Columbia College Chicago .........................................................................1 Columbia University....................................................................................................... 3........................3 Cornell University.................................................................................................................. 6........................1 Creighton University 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University.............................................................................................. 2........................1 Indiana University (Bloomington).............................................. 4........................1 Indiana UniversityPurdue University (Indianapolis).............................................. 1........................1 Iowa State University ..............................................................................................1 Johns Hopkins University ...............................................................................2 Johnson & Wales University (Charlotte) .........................................................................................1 Johnson & Wales University (Providence) ..................................................................................1 Kansas State University .....................................................................................2 Kenyon College 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........................................................................................................1 Miami University (Oxford) ...........................................................................4 Michigan State University ..........................................................................3 Middle Tennessee State University ......................................1 Middlebury College .......................................................................................................1 Missouri University of Science and Technology ..................................................................1 Montana State University (Bozeman) ....................................................................................10 Montclair State University .........................................................................2 Morehouse College ........................................................................................................ 2..................... 1 Morgan State University .................................................................................1 New England Conservatory of Music...............................1 New Mexico State University .............................................................1 The New School ...................................................................................................................... 2........................1 New York University .............................................................................................. 20 Nicholls State University ................................................................................1 North Park University ...............................................................................................1 Northeastern University ...............................................................................21..................... 3 Northern Arizona University ............................................................ 23..................... 1 Northwestern University ................................................................................. 1..................... 1 Oberlin College ......................................................................................................................... 2..................... 1 Ohio State University.................................................................................................. 4 ......................1 Oregon State University................................................................................. 24........................4 Pace University (New York City) ..................................................2 Pacific University.................................................................................................................... 3........................1 Pennsylvania State University (University Park) ................................................................1 Point Park University 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University......................................................................................................................... 9........................1 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute................................................... 7........................1 Rhodes College .........................................................................................................................1 Rice University .......................................................................................................................... 2........................2 Ringling College of Art and Design .....................................1 Rochester Institute of Technology........................................ 2 Rocky Mountain College .................................................................................1 Roosevelt University ...................................................................................................1 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology...........................2 Rutgers University (New Brunswick)..................................4 Santa Fe University of Art and Design..........................1 Sarah Lawrence College ...................................................................................1 School of the Art Institute of Chicago..........................3 Seattle Pacific University ...............................................................................1 Seattle University............................................................................................................ 38........................3 Seton Hall University ................................................................................................3


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Brook University ........................................................................................2 Swathmore College..........................................................................................................1 Syracuse University.....................................................................................................10........................4 Temple University..................................................................................................................1 Texas A&M University (Corpus Christi)......................................................................................................................1 Texas A&M University (College Station).....................6........................1 Texas Christian University.............................................................................. 1........................1 Texas State University 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Chicago................................................................................................. 3........................2 University of Cincinnati .....................................................................................1 University of Colorado (Boulder)............................................ 30........................2 University of Colorado (Colorado Springs)....................................................................................................10........................1 University of Colorado (Denver) ...................................................2 University of Connecticut ............................................................................2 University of Dallas .......................................................................................................1 University of Denver................................................................................................ 15........................1 University of Florida....................................................................................................... 1........................1 University of Hawaii (Manoa).........................................................10........................3 University of Houston .............................................................................................1 University of Idaho .........................................................................................................1 University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)....................................................................................... 19........................4 University of Iowa .............................................................................................................2 University of Kansas ....................................................................................................1 University of Kentucky 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athletics year in review Aaron Gordon. Kerri Walsh Jennings. Polina Edmunds. Keilani Ricketts. Brandi Chastain. Danielle Robinson. All catapulted to the national and international stages in athletics, and all are proud Archbishop Mitty alumni. Most were seen playing on the courts and fields at Archbishop Mitty; one was sent off to the Winter Olympics from the Brother Fien Gymnasium. As participants in the Archbishop Mitty athletic program, these individuals – along with thousands of others – embody the essence of what the Archbishop Mitty Athletic Department strives to achieve: an enrichment of campus life through a program of interscholastic athletics and to promote the development of qualities in the student-athlete that will serve the participating individual and the community. Towards that end, Archbishop Mitty boasts 65 teams in 27 different sports programs. During the 2015-2016 school year, more than 900 student-athletes participated on an athletic team. The amount of statewide and national recognition for Mitty’s student-athletes is unprecedented, and Archbishop Mitty continues to be recognized as a top athletic program by MaxPreps and Cal-Hi Sports. As is evidenced by the successes enjoyed by various teams in the 2015-2016 school year, the Mitty student-athlete dreams of high achievement, and in large part, achieves it. After this year’s athletic seasons, Monarch teams will be hanging several more banners in the Brother Fien Gymnasium recognizing seven league titles, four CCS titles, one Northern California title, and one CIF State Title. Additionally, 18 members of the Class of 2016 earned athletic scholarships, signing letters of intent to play at the collegiate level. Highlights of the Fall 2015 Athletic Season

The football program, under the new leadership of Keith Burns, saw successes both on and off the field. Sam Serra (‘16) was named CCS Player of the Week by Cal Hi Sports Bay Area and The San Jose Mercury News Athlete of the Week, and Nikolas Eppel (‘16) was named WCAL Kicker of the Year. The varsity football team received CIF recognition as the State Academic Team Champions for the 2015-2016 school year. The men’s varsity water polo team captured the championship of the Connolly Tournament at Lynbrook High School, and Nate Chandler (‘16), Ohsun Kwon (‘16), and Conor MacLean (‘17) earned all-WCAL honors. Women’s water polo team members Emma Allegruci (‘16), Cleopatra Constantin (‘17), Allison Kramer (‘16), Danielle Panconi (‘16), and Molly Teresi (‘17), also earned all-WCAL honors. The cross-country team was led by Julia Lemak (‘16), who won an individual league championship and set an individual school record in the 3.1-mile course; she was joined by Eric Coyle (‘16) and Abby Mangilog (‘17) in receiving all-WCAL honors. Seven members of the women’s tennis team – Crystal Hsieh (‘19), Elizabeth Moore (‘18), Isabella Orsi (‘16), Catherine Petersen (‘17), Naomi Pieczulewski (‘17), Premila Rowles (‘16), and Alex Ryan (‘16) – were joined by two members of the women’s golf team – Clare Brady (’17) and Sarah Petford (‘16) – in earning all-WCAL honors. AMHS annual report

Field hockey, headed by Coach Justina Williams (‘95), recorded another successful season, winning the BVAL Championship. Macy McHale (‘18) was named BVAL Co-Sophomore of the Year, and Samantha Baker (‘16) was named the BVAL Most Valuable Player and The San Jose Mercury News CCS Co-Player of the Year. Eight varsity players were honored with post-season recognitions including Samantha Baker, Isabelle Cecilio (‘16), Ellie Deane (‘16), Shea Gavin (‘16), Lauren Gengarella (‘16), Sophie Hoefler (‘17), Hannah McCabe (‘16), and Macy McHale.

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The women’s volleyball program had a year of unprecedented achievement, winning the WCAL League Championship, the CCS Division II Championship, the Northern California Division II Championship, and culminating with the CIF Division II State Championship for an unprecedented fourth year in a row, bringing the total number of state championships to twelve, a California state record. The team ended the season with a #1 national ranking by MaxPreps. Merin Kolte (‘16) was named Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area CCS Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and seven varsity players were honored with post-season recognitions including Julia Chizanskos (‘16), Candice Denny (‘17), Kate Formico (‘17), Merin Kolte, Nicole Liddle (‘18), Tessie Powers (‘16), and Lauren Speckman (‘16). Highlights from the Winter 2016 Athletic Season

Starting this year, the CCS instituted an Open Division for soccer. In the championship game of this inaugural division, the Archbishop Mitty men’s soccer team played a hard-fought battle against Watsonville ending in in a tie, making the teams co-champions. Scoring nearly one-third of the total goals for Archbishop Mitty this season, Makenna Pendleton (‘17) was named The San Jose Mercury News CCS Player of the Year. On the women’s side, the team won the WCAL league championship, and Hailey Prentice (‘18) was named WCAL Defender of the Year and MaxPreps.com Player of the Year. The wrestling program achieved success at both the league and CCS levels, with Daniel Woodward (‘16) winning a WCAL Championship (160 lb), Blake Flovin (‘16) winning a WCAL Championship (220 lb), and Mark Chaid (‘17) winning both the WCAL and CCS Championship (182 lb).

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The women’s basketball program, under the solid leadership of Coach Sue Phillips (‘86), won its 25th CCS Championship, this year in the Open Division. Going into the CCS Open Division championship, the women’s team was undefeated in league play. This win in the CCS Open Division was added to the team’s WCAL League Championship. The program ended the season with a #3 ranking in California and a #9 national ranking by MaxPreps.com. Six members of the women’s basketball team earned WCAL and CCS honors including Jahnay Anderson (‘16), Tahlia Garza (‘17), Dani Guglielmo (‘17), Heleyna Hill (‘17), Maddie Holland (‘17), and Haley Jones (‘19). Additionally, Maddie Holland was named WCAL Player of the Year, The San Jose Mercury News CCS Player of the Year, and Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area Player of the Year. During this season, Coach Sue Phillips earned her 600th career win.

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The men’s basketball team was led by Tim Kennedy, who was recognized as Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year for Northern California by the California Coaches Association. Several members of the men’s basketball program earned post-season recognition, including Mike Diaz (‘17), Riley Grigsby (‘18), Nick LaBruna (’16), and Michael Scott (‘16). A little further from campus, Olympian Polina Edmunds (‘16) took second place in the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in January 2016. She went on to represent the United States at the World Championships. Highlights from the Spring 2016 Athletic Season

On the softball and baseball fields, Archbishop Mitty teams saw success under new leadership. Joe Gron, the Archbishop Mitty’s new softball coach, was named The San Jose Mercury News coach of the year, and led the team to both WCAL and CCS championships. Among the softball players earning post-season honors were Lindsey Goubeaux (‘16), Lauren Lopez (‘17), Julia Lucas (‘17), Rebecca Ortiz (‘16), Kaylin Stewart (‘18), McKinsey Thorpe (‘16), and Erika Yeager (‘16).

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In track and field, Blake Rose (’17) was the WCAL champion in the 100 hurdles, and Te’Mesha Paxton (’17) was the WCAL champion for both the 100 and 200 meters.

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On the lacrosse field, Natalie Goodson (’16) was named WCAL Midfielder of the Year, and Corrina Spalding (’17) was named WCAL Defender of the Year. Fifteen members of the men and women’s lacrosse teams earned post-season recognition including Isabella Cecilio (‘16), Maggie Cecilio (’18), Justin Collier (‘16), Keaton Collier (‘17), Jason Coopersmith (‘19), Enrique Diaz (‘16), Devin Foody (‘17), Natalie Goodson, Justin Kunzel (‘16), Nathan Iruegas (‘16), Sean Mahoney (‘19), Kayla Meacham (‘16), Corrina Spalding, Andrew Wiltberger (‘16), and Daniel Woodward (‘16).

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The baseball program, now under the leadership of Brian Yocke (’03), had seven players recognized in the post-season including Derek Bauerle (‘16), J.P. Caldwell (‘17), Tristan Caldwell (‘16), Haydn King (‘17), Spencer King (‘16), Calvin Quittner (‘16), and Joe York (‘19). Additionally, Haydn King, was named The San Jose Mercury News Athlete of the Week.


Men’s volleyball players Nick Alftin (‘18), Luke Byrnes (’17), and Derek Jones (’18) earned post-season honors, and in badminton, the Archbishop Mitty team won the BVAL West Valley Division League championship. The men and women’s swimming and diving teams also achieved great success this year. The women’s team won the WCAL and finished third in the CCS, marking 21 straight years of top three finishes. Individually, Cathy Teng (‘18) was the CCS champion in the 500 freestyle. Seven swimmers qualified for the CIF/State Championship meet, including Shiara Garcia (‘17), Sophia Harrison (‘18), Camille Hui (‘17), Joyce Lin (‘17), Daniel Marella (‘18), Sophia Sebastian (‘19), and Cathy Teng. Tyler Wesson (‘19) finished 6th in CCS in men’s diving, and Cathy Teng achieved All-American status in both the 200 and 500 freestyle. Archbishop Mitty golf had Justin Gasparovic (‘17), Daniel Kim (‘18), Wallace Lin (‘18), Matt Lloyd (‘17), and Brian Ma (‘19) earning all-league honors, and in men’s tennis, Kunal Barde (‘18), Jack Garvey (‘16), Anton Gotlib (‘17), Anand Narayan (‘16), and Chris Nguyen (‘16) also earned post-season recognition. Athletic Awards

Annually, the CIF Scholar-Athlete Award is presented to two students who have excelled in athletics, the classroom, and community service. This year, Kushal Singh (‘16) was the male recipient of this award. Kushal was a three-year member of the men’s varsity tennis team, an AP Scholar with Distinction, and an inventor, creating an app to assist high school students with college recommendations and a sensor network to detect when devices are failing. He will be attending the University of California at Berkeley in the fall of 2016. The female recipient of CIF Scholar-Athlete Award was Julia Read (‘16). A four-year member of the women’s varsity swimming and diving team, Julia was an integral member of the 2015 CCS women’s championship team and a member of the CIF state-qualifying 200 and 400 free relays. She was an AP Scholar with Distinction and volunteered extensively at St. Andrew and St. Joseph Schools. She will be attending Harvey Mudd in the fall of 2016. The Archbishop Mitty Male Athlete of the Year for 2016 was Nick LaBruna (‘16). Playing varsity football for two years and serving as team captain during his senior year, Nick was also a two-year member of the basketball team. He will be attending Chapman University in the fall of 2016 to play basketball. The Archbishop Mitty Female Athlete of the Year for 2016 was Maddie Holland (‘17). A three-year member of the varsity basketball team, Maddie was pivotal in the team’s undefeated league record. She has currently received six scholarship offers as a junior, but we will have to wait until next year to find out where she will continue her academic and athletic career. Archbishop Mitty student-athletes embody the ideas of Michael Phelps: they see each season as limitless, always striving to put forth 110%, looking forward instead of backward, seeking that next goal. AMHS annual report I 2015 I 2016

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student activities year in review Arguably the hub of the Archbishop Mitty campus, Student Activities is a place of hard work, cooperation, collaboration, and lots of laughter. On any given day, one could see students painting posters for Spirit Week, choreographing dances for Monarch Madness, planning a TEDx event on campus, or playing intramural basketball. The Student Activities program at Archbishop Mitty strives to enrich the experience of being a Monarch with a slate of student-centered programs and events throughout the year. Students are given the chance to be involved in a wide variety of activities in order to experience all that Archbishop Mitty has to offer. Student government is comprised of students who are elected by their peers, as well as students appointed to committees. The student body is represented by the seven Associated Student Body Officers, who are elected each spring for a one-year term. Each class is led by nine divisional representatives, who are also elected each spring. Of these representatives elected for each class, one serves as president, one as media coordinator, and one as spirit coordinator. The Student Activities year opened with Freshman Orientation, a two-day event that focused on welcoming the newest Monarchs to campus by providing them with a variety of fun – and educational – activities to get them more acquainted with their new home. Freshman Orientation concluded with the Phrosh Phenom, and the Class of 2019 was the tenth freshman class to experience this. The evening was filled with music, video games, and activities that perfectly closed out Freshman Orientation.

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The 25th Anniversary of Monarch Madness – “The Greatest Night to be a Monarch” – hit downtown San Jose once again, and this silver anniversary event had more electricity and enthusiasm than one can remember. Students filled the floor of the San Jose Civic Auditorium, and family and friends filled the balcony to see students show off their talents, athleticism, passion, camaraderie, and school pride. From the opening production of The Breakfast Club by the faculty and staff to the class dances, games, and ROAR, the evening was filled with tangible feelings of excitement, competition, and community. The Class of 2019 made their presence known with their Tarzan theme, and the Class of 2018 showed their superpower strength with The Incredibles. The Tron Legacy was a force to be reckoned with among the Class of 2017, but the Class of 2016 demonstrated that Star Wars: The Force Awakens was within them, as they took home the victory. The evening closed out with the entire community singing this year’s liturgical theme song, “Unpack Your Heart” by Phillip Phillips, proving the fact that even during an evening of competition, what is most important is the community.

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The competition for the coveted Spirit Week Trophy came at the start of November, and for a week, the campus was a sea of green, red, blue, and black as classes competed in dress-up days, powder puff football, and lunchtime activities like the popular dunk tank. The themes of Finding Nemo (Class of 2019), Dodgeball (Class of 2018), Up! (Class of 2017), and Back to the Future (Class of 2016) revealed themselves during dress-up days, posters at powder puff football, and the ever-popular cheerleading dance. The Class of 2017 was victorious this year and hopes to repeat next year.


student activities Throughout the year, dances provided students with the opportunity to come together, listen to great music, and enjoy each other’s company. The 2015-2016 school year began with the ever-popular Back to School Dance, which brought together over 1,000 students under neon and black lights with a theme of “Paint the Night.” The semiformal Homecoming Dance celebrated the end of Spirit Week in November, and the winter dance was of the Sadie Hawkins nature, with over 400 students dressed as dynamic duos. To end the year, the junior class celebrated their first prom via “The Great Gatsby,” while the seniors closed out their Archbishop Mitty prom experience with “One Last Stop in Venice.” At Archbishop Mitty, there are over fifty clubs and organizations that allow students to pursue their interests, have fun, and develop leadership skills. The club structure embraces the idea that “variety is the spice of life,” and the range of clubs prove the truth in that idea. Whether it is TEDx, the Baking Club, the Mountain Biking Club, the Model UN, or the Comedy Club, there truly is something for everyone. Cultural clubs and organizations on campus represent African Americans, Latinos, Vietnamese, and Italians, among others. And if something is missing from the slate of clubs offered, students have the opportunity to start their own club to make their mark on the Archbishop Mitty community.

co-curricular programs year in review Speech and Debate

Formed during the 2011-2012 school year, the Archbishop Mitty High School Speech and Debate team has grown from its original 20-member after-school club to a team that this year boasted over 120 students involved with an in-school class component. Students competed in categories ranging from Congressional Debate to Humorous Interpretation to Public Forum and Policy Debate. Throughout the year, the Speech and Debate team competes in various tournaments. In January, the team competed at the MLK National Invitational, and out of 66 teams entered, Archbishop Mitty took home its first ever first-place team sweepstakes award. Additionally, the following students were named tournament champions in one or more of their respective events: Arjun Biju (‘17), Klara Barbarossa (‘16), Robbie Gallaher (‘16), Pranav Govindaraju (‘16), Ismail Shaik (‘16), Conor Sherry (‘19), Amelia Whitney (‘18), and Amulya Yerrapotu (‘16). Pranav Govindaraju also took home the triathlete award at the MLK National Invitational for placing first in three events, which had never been done in the tournament’s 25-year history.

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Over the course of this year, the program earned 310 individual awards, and in April 2016, members of the team competed for the state championships, where the best schools in the state gathered to compete for a state title. After a long year of preparation, the Monarchs’ efforts culminated in success: state championships were won by Conor Sherry for Humorous Interpretation and Amelia Whitney for Thematic Interpretation. In addition, Archbishop Mitty was recognized as the top speech and debate school the state of California.

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co-curricular programs year in review But the season did not end there. Fifteen students qualified for the 2016 National Tournament in Salt Lake City: Bharathi Arasan (‘16), Niharika Bhat (‘16), Arjun Biju, Rose Bueno (‘16), Koji Flynn-Do (‘17), Pranav Govindaraju, Jolie Leung (’18), Samuel Mesfin (‘16), Olivia Monroy (‘18), Jonathan Pham (‘16), Seher Randhawa (‘17), Ismail Shaik, Akaash Tawade (‘17), Amelia Whitney and Jocelyn Woods (‘16). After several days of difficult competition, two students qualified as national finalists, Bharathi Arasan in Informative and Ismail Shaik in Congressional Debate, and both gave stellar performances. At the awards assembly, Archbishop Mitty was recognized as a Debate School of Excellence and a Speech School of Honor, the only school in the country to receive both of these awards. With over 5,500 students representing thousands of schools in the National Tournament, this achievement was nothing short of monumental. Additionally, the Archbishop Mitty Speech and Debate head coach, Karen Cruz, was presented with her First Diamond, recognizing her dedication to coaching speech and debate. Robotics

The AMHS Robotics Team, nicknamed TKO for its motto of “Tenacity, Knowledge, and Opportunity,” works to promote interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields. A registered FIRST Robotics Team, students work year-round to provide opportunities for its members to explore their diverse interests in engineering, business management, and computer programming. According to Ishan Shah (‘17), “Robotics has given me newfound skills in both programming and electronics work, as well as friends to learn from and teach so we may all grow together, not only as a team, but as individuals…the skills I have gained in programming and electronics work have led me to my major and prepared me well to enter college.” In the Sacramento regional event, the team earned a top 25% finish. The Silicon Valley event is the most challenging regional event of the 50 national and international events, and the Robotics team also finished in the top 25%. At the local Cal Games competition, the team earned the Engineering Award, selected from fifty participating teams. This award recognized that other individuals beyond TKO thought that the robot’s design was innovative and effective.

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Additionally, 2015-2016 was a year of firsts for the 12-year-old robotics program. For the first time, the chassis was welded by students instead of being sent out for professional welding. For the first time, 100% of the graduating seniors who were on TKO are pursuing engineering/STEM degrees. For the first time, senior legacy projects were completed to provide a framework and manual for each of the varying departments within the Robotics program.


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During 2015-2016, over 200 seniors were members of the LIFE (Living in Faith Experience) Team, a group of committed students who seek to actively work as ministers to the Archbishop Mitty community and ultimately the world. LIFE Team plans and organizes all Campus Ministry programs, including retreats, liturgies, and schoolwide service opportunities. Cornerstone is a youth ministry and service program for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors that combines both youth group faith experiences and Christian service opportunities. This past year, over 300 students participated in Cornerstone, which included service opportunities at Sacred Heart Community Services, Sacred Heart Nativity School, Full Circle Farm, Belmont Villages, and Queen of Apostles School. Christian Service

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Service to others is at the heart of the Campus Ministry program, and during the 2015-2016 school year over 60,000 hours of service were recorded by students at agencies throughout the Bay Area and beyond. Students are required to complete a minimum of 20 service hours each year, with the focus being on service in solidarity and service in support. Juniors and seniors work with agencies that help the marginalized and underserved. During the 2015-2016 school year, 28 students received St. Francis Service Awards in recognition of more than 125 hours of service in the current year. This year’s Christian Service Medallion recipient, Shana Mathew (‘16), performed a remarkable 600 hours of community service in her senior year, dedicating her time to Empoder, an agency that empowers low-income communities through innovative, hands-on engineering and computer science education.


campus ministry During several times of year, the school community is invited to participate in collection drives in support of those in need. During Spirit Week, the AMHS community collected nearly 5,000 pounds of food for Second Harvest Food Bank, and during Advent, students began a “Gleam Campaign,” which was inspired by their participation in the Urban Plunge immersion trip to collect toiletries to support San Jose Cathedral’s Homeless Project. Throughout Lent, the entire AMHS community participated in the CRS Rice Bowl, a poverty awareness campaign for Catholic Relief Services. All were encouraged to pray, fast, learn, and give alms to benefit the poor in the United States and around the world, and just over $10,000 was raised this year alone. In February, the first book drive for St. Vincent de Paul was held to support the Homeless Help Shelter. Immersion Trips

Following the example of Jesus reaching out to the poor and marginalized in society, the immersion program at Archbishop Mitty is second to none. Students are provided with opportunities to serve and learn outside of the AMHS community, and those communities can be local, statewide, national, and international. The unparalleled junior-level religious studies Ethics, Culture, and Justice courses afford students the opportunity to balance their classroom study and witness a deepening of their social consciousness by visiting and participating in service learning projects at locations throughout the world. Six Ethics, Culture, and Justice courses culminated in immersion trips to places like South Africa, India, Appalachia, San Diego, Native American reservations in Arizona and New Mexico, and locations throughout California. These courses and the trips that conclude them provided students with incomparable experiences to recognize the necessity of service to others. In addition to the junior-level Ethics courses, students participated in immersion trips to the Dolores Mission in Los Angeles; St. Anthony’s Foundation in San Francisco; Habitat for Humanity in Oregon; the Southwestern United States; and the Environmental Challenge in Monterey. Retreats

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The retreat program at Archbishop Mitty is an essential part of the communal and spiritual experience at Mitty. Participation in a retreat allows students to deepen both their personal spirituality as well as their friendship with classmates. Retreats are offered at every grade level and are led by LIFE Team members, Archbishop Mitty alumni, and members of the faculty and staff. Freshmen have the opportunity to attend the Awakenings retreat, which calls them to examine the way that God works in their lives and what is needed to sustain a strong relationship with God. Sophomores can attend the Agape retreat, giving them the opportunity to examine their relationships and to grow in their ability to truly love themselves, their peers, their family, and their God. The Junior Quest retreat allows students to explore their own personal quest of their search for God as they move through their high school years and beyond. And the senior Kairos retreat offers a profound experience of God’s immeasurable love. On this retreat, seniors discover the grace of God’s presence in their lives through family, friends, and community. Seniors frequently comment that Kairos was a life-changing event for them. During the 2015-2016 school year, over 1,100 students attended at least one retreat.

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performing arts year in review As has been evidenced by the tremendous success of the Broadway hit, Hamilton, the arts provide performers and audiences the opportunity to consider subject matter in unexpected ways. While one might not have initially thought that Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton was the embodiment of hip-hop, clearly Lin-Manuel Miranda did, and his artistic masterpiece has educated and enlightened thousands. Miranda did exactly what Shakespeare encouraged – using art to give life shape – and the Archbishop Mitty Department of Performing Arts aspires to do the same. It offers a college preparatory program dedicated to the artistic development of its students through all performing arts by offering the most professional caliber performance experiences possible for the sake of the students’ enrichment and the audience’s enjoyment. Through the interpretation of music and dramatic literature, Archbishop Mitty musicians, performers, technicians, and designers are challenged to discover their own artistic talents. Seeking to develop and enrich qualities in the performing artists that will serve the participating individual and community, the Department of Performing Arts aims to give students tools to succeed not only on stage but also in real-life situations. The 2015-2016 theater season opened with Little Women in October, which featured a show-stopping performance by Samantha Gorjanc (‘16), who received a standing ovation every night for her rendition of “Astonishing.” In January, the Kinkade Center for the Arts was the landing spot for the comedy Boeing Boeing, which featured two separate casts of six actors who brought this hilarious French farce to life. The season closed in March with a sold-out production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, which included a cast, crew, and orchestra of 85 students. The California High School Music Honors recognized several Archbishop Mitty student actors for their performances this season, with nominations for Little Women for Best Overall Production; Samantha Gorjanc for Best Lead Actress as Jo March in Little Women; Ivan Bracy (‘17) for Best Lead Actor as Gaston in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; Charlie Ibsen (‘17) for Best Supporting Actor as LeFou in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; and Sophia Rodriguez (‘16) for Best Supporting Actress as Madame de la Grande Bouche/ Wardrobe in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. At the awards in May, Sophia received the Best Supporting Actress Award, and Samantha walked away with the Best Actress Award, which earned her a trip to New York City to perform on a Broadway stage and compete in the National High School Musical Theatre Awards. Additionally, the Audience Favorite Award went to our production of Little Women.

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Also appearing on the stage was Pardon My French, the Archbishop Mitty Sketch Comedy Team. They performed in several events on and off campus, including “French Fridays” in the Schott Family Music Center and at the Black & Gold Gala at the Fairmont Hotel. Their hilarious spring musical came from an audience suggestion, and the team created an original musical on the spot, which kept the audience in stitches.

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The 11th Annual National Youth Arts Awards saw Archbishop Mitty earning 20 awards and 18 additional nominations. Little Women received five awards including lead actress in a musical (Samantha Gorjanc), supporting actress in a musical (Emily Goes ‘17), costume design, musical direction, and direction.  Boeing Boeing earned five awards including lead actors in a play (Kai Hynes ’16 and Lucas Kernan ’17), supporting actresses in a play (Haley Anderson ’16 and Amelia Whitney ’18), and ensemble. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast earned ten awards including outstanding production, lead actor and actress in a musical (Noah Fletcher ’16 and Emily Murray ‘16), supporting actor and actress in a musical (Ivan Bracy and Emma Dapkus ’16), ensemble, lighting design, musical direction, choreography, and direction.


performing arts The Royals Dance Team saw a surge in their numbers this year, with 25 young women on the team, including five freshmen. The Royals performed at the Black & Gold Gala as well as at games and rallies throughout the school year. At the New York City Dance Alliance Convention (NYCDA), several dancers were awarded for their individual performances including Ember Hopkins (’16), Pascha Hopkins (‘18), Bella Mullaney (‘16), Kaelyn Novak (‘16), Maddie Nisperos (’17), and Jade Ricci (’18). As a group, the Royals Dance Team earned a gold and second place high score for their hip-hop performance, gold for their contemporary performance, and gold for their jazz performance. Additionally, they were awarded Outstanding Energy and Outstanding Showmanship Awards. At the Jump Dance Convention, solo awards went to Ember Hopkins for Senior VIP Runner-Up; Pascha Hopkins for Teen VIP Winner; and Amanda Farley (’18) and Ashlyn Plant (’18) for In-Class Scholarships. Musically, the Department of Performing Arts continues to grow. The Monarch Marching Band performed at halftime of several Archbishop Mitty football games and at the Christmas in the Park Tree Lighting Ceremony in downtown San Jose. Led by Allison Kramer (’16), the band was enthusiastically cheered on at each performance. The orchestra received a unanimous Superior rating at CMEA; Jazz in the AM hosted popular saxophonist Sal Lozano in a joint concert with West Valley College. Several Archbishop Mitty musicians were recognized with state-wide and national honors. Daisy Lee (‘18), William Ju (‘18), and Benjamin Shih (‘19) were selected as members of the California All-State High School Symphony Orchestra, and Jason Xu (‘18) was selected as a member of the California All-State High School Wind Symphony. Additionally, Jason was chosen as a first place winner of the American Protégé International Concerto Competition and performed in Carnegie Hall. Jae Hoon Choi (‘18) was a winner in the 2015 American Fine Arts Festival, Romantic Music International Competition. He performed as a violinist at Carnegie Hall. The Jazz Choir, Kind of Blue, received a Command Performance (the highest rating) at the Folsom Jazz Festival and placed second overall. At the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival, Kind of Blue also earned a Command Performance rating, and soloist awards were given to Colin Anderson (’17), Olivia Figueira (’17), Emily Goes, and Sravya Rallapalli (’16). Kind of Blue also had a workshop with teacher and arranger Jason Smith, and the vocal jazz group Audio Radiance. The Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and Vocal Ensemble all performed at the California Music Educators Association Festival and all received Superior ratings. The Concert Choir had a workshop with Dr. Jeffrey Benson from San Jose State University and traveled to Disneyland to perform. Archbishop Mitty’s liturgical rock band Exodus, which is comprised of outstanding student musicians and singers, continued to provide engaging music at school and community liturgies and events. Whether it was leading the school in singing during liturgies or providing reflective music at memorial services, Exodus provided yet another way to inspire the community to recognize God’s presence around us. This past year, Exodus performed six concerts at local Catholic elementary schools as an extension of the school’s Outreach Program. Additionally, Exodus performed the opening act at the annual Black & Gold Gala, held at the Fairmont Hotel and at The Mitty Auction, held at Levi Stadium. AMHS annual report

Shakespeare’s idea that the goal of art is to shape life is evident in the student musicians, performers, technicians, and designers at Archbishop Mitty. Students find their voices and their passions are encouraged and nurtured to create – to give life shape through their art.

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monarch leadership society The Monarch Leadership Society honors those friends of Archbishop Mitty High School who have contributed to the very foundation of the school by supporting the growth of the facilities, programs, and scholarships that make Archbishop Mitty High School what it is today. Each of these very special donors has a giving history of at least $50,000 or has made a formal commitment to the school through a planned gift or established endowment; perhaps even more importantly, each has invested in the lives of the students at Archbishop Mitty High School. Their support allows us to reach our goal of educating intellectually competent, just, faith-filled, respectful leaders.

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crotty Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence deAngelis Rev. Rodney DeMartini The Diocese of San Jose Gwen and Steve Dorcich Mrs. Joan (Russell ‘77) and Mr. James Downey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. David A. Eggleston Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Environmental Systems, Inc. – Mrs. Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Mr. Chris (‘77) Enfantino Mrs. Tracey (Bresniker ‘79) Enfantino and Mr. Eugene (‘79) Enfantino Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estill Mrs. Darleen Fitzgerald Mrs. Pam Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Flexjet Bombadier Dr. and Mrs. Robert Floyd, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John Fortune Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Mrs. Jan Francis Fry’s Electronics Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fry Ms. Lisa Fry-Leese Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Furgerson The Carl Gellert and Ceila Berta Gellert Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gibson Mr. John Gilmore and Mrs. Orla McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Golobic The Good Tidings Foundation Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Mrs. Sheila (Gray ‘75) and Mr. Brian (‘74) Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grennan

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Joseph J. Albanese, Inc Mr. Joe Ammatuna Appian Engineering Mr. and Mrs. Michael Aymar Barbara and Mark Beck Mr. and Mrs. Roger Biros Ms. Bonnie Blackwell Ms. Kristin Braia Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bregante Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bronson Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brosnan Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Bumb, Sr. Mr. Mark Burns ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cane Mr. Daniel Caputo and Mrs. Dorothy Caputo† Ms. Katherine Caputo Mr. and Mrs. William Carter Mrs. Debra (Truhe ‘88) and Dr. Joseph Cassara Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Cavaney Mr. and Mrs. David Chang Mr. and Mrs. Kris Chellam Dianna and Lewis Chew The Citti Family – Mr. Christopher Citti ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Gary (‘69) Citti Mrs. Gloria Citti Mr. Justin Citti ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Glascott Mr. Mike Clair and Ms. Audrey MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Bill T. Cleary Comerica Bank Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbalis Mr. and Mrs. John Couch Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cristina


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Mr. Joe Guerra Mrs. Rosalie Gummow Mrs. June† and Mr. Walt† Haniger Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Harmssen ‘92 Mr. Greg Heinrichs ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Helmer Mr. John Holton Mr. and Mrs. George Honoré Mrs. Linda Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Zahid Hussain Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ignatius The William G. Irwin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jahncke Mr. and Mrs. George Jones, Jr. The Ken and Judith Joy Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Jue Mr. and Mrs. Richard Justice Mr. Jason W. Kaaha ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaufman Mrs. April Kawahara Mr. David Kawahara Ms. Wanda Kownacki Mrs. Nanette Kinkade Mr. William T. Kinkade† Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kriens Mrs. Therese Kunick† Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence Mr. Rick Leese Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Lisowski Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malone Mr. and Mrs. Nigel Marrion Mr. Robert Kagle and Mrs. Marissa Matusich-Kagle Mrs. Allan McDonald Mrs. Barbara McTighe Mr. and Mrs. Tim Meadows Mr. David W. Mewes Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Miller Mrs. Mary Ann Miller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. David Mills Mr. and Mrs. George M. Monk Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moore Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moul

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The Notre Dame Private Foundation Mr. Gary Olimpia Mr. and Mrs. John Oosterhouse Pacific Bay Masonry Dr. and Mrs. Gerry Parker Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pecota Mr. and Mrs. Les Pelio Pepsi Bottling Group Petersen Construction Co. Mr. Ming Qu, Ph.D. and Ms. Ling Zhang Mr. and Mrs. George Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Raasch Ms. Suanne Ramar and Mr. Steve Kottmeier Mr. and Mrs. Peter Redford Mr. and Mrs. Cary Reich Mrs. Leslie (Caughran ‘90) and Mr. Robert Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Ron Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins Roof Structures, Inc. Rosendin Electric, Inc. Mr. Rob Roskopp and and Mrs. Lepa Galeb-Roskopp Mr. and Mrs. James F. Russi Mr. and Mrs. Marian Rusu Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan The Martha and Philip Sanfilippo Trust Santa Cruz Bicycles Ms. Suzanne Saulman Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Michael Savini Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Scates Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. David Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schott Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scott The Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark Singer Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sobrato Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sobrato Sobrato Development Companies Mr. and Mrs. Jure Šola Mr. and Mrs. Steven Speno Dr. Tanya Spirtos and Mr. Elias Eleftheriades Mr. James Steele Ms. Stacey Steele Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Steele


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principal’s circle The Principal’s Circle is comprised of alumni, parents of alumni, parents of current students, and friends of Archbishop Mitty who have made gifts of $2,000 or more during the preceding fiscal year. Many families and friends choose to continue their membership in the Principal’s Circle year after year in recognition of the superior achievements of the school. We salute the following members of this pace-setting group and hope that the power of their example will serve to encourage others to invest in Archbishop Mitty High School.

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Mr. and Mrs. Eric Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Aiello Mr. and Mrs. Nitin Akarte Mr. and Ms. Kamal Al Mansour Mr. and Mrs. Per Alftin Mr. and Mrs. J-D Allegrucci Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Alvord Mr. Krishnan Anantheswaran and Ms. Shamita Tripathy Mrs. Maureen (Loftus ‘92) and Mr. Adam Anderson Mrs. Michele (Lovell ‘85) and Mr. Eric Anderson Mr. Matthew Archibald and Ms. Tersa Lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Aymar Mr. and Mrs. Prakash Babu Mr. Eric Baggiolini and Mrs. Teresa Hillyard Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Binay Bajaj Mrs. Jill (Pittenger ‘85) and Mr. Michael Baldwinson Mr. and Mrs. Ali Ballou Shubham Banerjee ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. Dinesh Bangari Mr. Mark Basinski and Ms. Deborah McClellan Mr. and Mrs. Randall Basso Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baylis Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Berg Ms. Bonnie Blackwell Mr. Diego Blanc and Dr. Maria Zoco Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Boucher Mr. and Mrs. Brian Braren Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brodrick Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bronson Mr. Pradeep Buddharaju and Mrs. Nipa Mehta Mr. Francisco Bueno and Mrs. Lucy Vetter Bueno Mr. Steven Butler and Mrs. Lisa Staley-Butler Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Carol Cabri Mr. Demitri Cacoyannis and Ms. Lisa Gillmor Mr. and Ms. Brian Cadieux Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia Mr. Ben Caputo ‘93 Ms. Katherine Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Carey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cargnoni Mr. and Mrs. Mark Carroll Mr. and Mrs. William Carter Mrs. Debra (Truhe ‘88) and Dr. Joseph Cassara, D.D.S.

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Dr. and Mrs. Peter Castillo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chan Mr. and Mrs. David Chang Dr. and Mrs. James Chang Mr. Wen-Yu Chang and Mrs. Yanhua Lu Mr. and Mrs. Kris Chellam Mr. Sornakumar Chellamani and Mrs. Nalini Ramadoss Dr. Fulton Chen and Ms. Kelly Heuschkel Dianna and Lewis Chew Mrs. Brenda (Broadus ‘84) and Mr. Shawn Chizanskos Mr. Kuangda Chu and Mrs. Wanyun Shih Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Collier Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Comerer Mr. and Mrs. David Condensa Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbalis Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Michael (‘88) Crisafulli Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowley Mrs. Mary Curtis Mr. Michael J. D’Ambrosio ‘04 Mr. Marc Daniels, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Dasher Dr. and Mrs. Mark Davoren Mr. and Mrs. Rafael De La Cruz, Jr. Dr. Christina and Mr. Timothy Deane Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennison Mr. and Mrs. James DeVaughn Mr. Michael Dillon and Mrs. Elena Bouza Mr. and Mrs. John B. DiNapoli Gwen and Steve Dorcich Dr. Moris Dovek and Ms. Lesli Yenni Mr. and Mrs. Al Drewke Mr. John Duffy Mr. and Mrs. Doug Durham Mr. and Ms. Richard Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Martin Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Dr. Stephen Emond and Dr. Deborah Faryniarz Mrs. Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Mr. Chris (‘77) Enfantino Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans Mr. and Mrs. Carlos (‘91) Farias Mr. and Mrs. Mark Farley, CPA Mr. and Mrs. Mike Federwisch Mr. and Ms. Don Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FitzGerald


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Mr. and Mrs. Keif Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mr. Dale Flowers and Ms. Michele Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Gary Formica Mr. and Mrs. Marte Formico, III Mr. Dennis Fox Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Ms. Monica Fox Dr. and Mrs. Richard Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Thorsten Freitag Mr. and Mrs. Steve Friar Eric and Jennifer Fusilero Mr. Indrajit Gajendran and Mrs. Lan Tong Mr. and Mrs. Tomo Galeb Mr. and Mrs. Renier Garcia Mr. and Mrs. James Gavin Mr. and Ms. Ken Gendotti Mr. John Gilmore and Mrs. Orla McDonnell Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Mr. Venkatesh Gopinath, Ph.D. and Dr. Shoba Krishnan Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gorjanc Mr. Manimaran Govindaraju and Mrs. Bharathy Manimaran Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gribbin Mr. Robert Griswold and Dr. Jenny Griswold Mr. Keith Guericke Mr. Joe Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Mike Guglielmo, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephan P. Guttman Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall Mr. Ben Han and Ms. Helen Wong Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger ‘85 Mrs. Deborah Hao Mr. and Mrs. Jason Harmon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hastings, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hatton Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Hernandez Mr. and Ms. Kenneth Ho Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Hoeke Mr. Richard Holmgren ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. George Honoré Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Horta Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence House Mr. Kirk Huddleston and Mrs. Carol Francavilla Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hughes Ms. Diane Hunt Mr. Tai-Sheng Hwang and Ms. Mercy Wey, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ignatius Mr. Jayaraman Iyer and Ms. Rashmi Singhal Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jahncke Mr. and Mrs. Arun Jaiswal Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jamieson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jean Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Jue


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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalcic Mr. Douglas Kernan and Ms. Laura Ipsen Mr. Jang Ho Kim and Mrs. Youngsook Seo Mr. Mitchitaka Kitamura and Ms. Maureen Yee Mr. and Ms. Scott Kliewer Mr. and Mrs. Leonid Kolmanovsky Mr. and Ms. Parimal Kopardekar Mr. David Koplos and Mrs. Judith Hood-Koplos Mr. and Mrs. John Kouretas Mr. Krzysztof Kozminski and Ms. Deborah Loeb Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kriens Mr. and Mrs. Sath Krishnamurthy Dr. Karen and Mr. Paul Kunzel Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lamour Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lao Mr. and Mrs. Sam Law Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leather Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lemak Mr. Steve Leung and Mrs. Nora Calvillo Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lewis Mr. Bin Li and Ms. Hongling Cen Mr. HungChun Li and Mrs. Aichi Chang Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Lisowski Mr. William Lloyd and Ms. Claire Ando Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lohman, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lombardo, III Mr. John Longthon and Ms. Jennifer Nakata Mrs. Rose Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Emil L. Lovely Mr. and Ms. Frank Lux Mr. Kaiping Ma and Ms. Chaoli Chen Mr. and Mrs. Aki Machida Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. MacLean Mrs. Orla MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mahoney Mr. Deepinder Makhni and Mrs. Leann Cherkasky Makhni Mr. and Ms. Thomas Martell Mrs. Kelly (Parks ‘89) and Mr. Mario Masini Mr. and Mrs. Brian Matherly Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Matlock Ms. Vera Matsumoto Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Matus Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mau Mr. and Mrs. Ashutosh Mauskar Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCann Mrs. Julie (Keller ‘86) and Mr. David McCloskey Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McLarney Mr. Satish Menon and Mrs. Bijula Balan Mr. David W. Mewes

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mifsud ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mikl Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller ‘83 John Mlnarik Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moore Mr. and Mrs. Mark (‘81) Morales Mr. and Mrs. David Morishige Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moul Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mulcahy Mrs. Seema (Roy ‘91) and Mr. Kirt Mulji Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mullaney Mr. and Ms. Roberto Munne Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray Mr. and Mrs. Dan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Suneet Nandwani Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Napolitano Mr. John Naporano and Ms. E. Harden Mr. and Mrs. Ravi Narula Mr. Pravin Narwankar, Ph.D. and Mrs. Madhavi Chandrachood, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Nees Dr. and Mrs. Dale Nesbitt Mr. Toan Nguyen and Mrs. Thao Tran Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Nijmeh Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey (‘84) Nijmeh Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Ogden Mr. Gary Olimpia Ms. Karin (Leigh ‘86) and Mr. Jeff Olson Mr. and Mrs. John Oosterhouse Mr. and Mrs. Erick Ortega Mr. and Mrs. Tapani Otala Dr. Roopa and Mr. Ramesh Pai Mr. and Mrs. Mahendra Pakala, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Panconi Mr. and Mrs. Jose Panlilio Dr. and Mrs. Gerry Parker Mr. Robert W. Parks and Ms. Karen C. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pecota Mr. Chari Perera and Mrs. Hashanthi De Silva Perera Mrs. Irene Pestana Mr. and Mrs. Richard Petersen Mr. and Ms. Brad Peterson Mrs. Cyndi Picar Mr. Larry Polayes and Ms. Penny Herman-Polayes Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pouquette Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pragastis Mr. Charles Purdy and Ms. Molly McDonald Mr. Ming Qu, Ph.D. and Ms. Ling Zhang


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Mr. Marvin Quant and Mrs. Ana Lau-Quant Mr. and Mrs. Mario Queiroz Mr. Kevin Quetano ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. George Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Prasad A. Raje, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Kowshika Ramaprasad Mr. Ravikumar Ramarao and Ms. Radha Venkatesh Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. Gary Read Mr. and Mrs. Joff Redfern Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Remaker Mr. Lj Ristic and Ms. Milena Vujosevic Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins John and Brenda Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Rodriguez, Sr. Ms. Ann Romano Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rose Mr. Rob Roskopp and Mrs. Lepa Galeb Roskopp Mr. Brian Ruf and Mrs. Marnie MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Ryan ‘73 Matthew and Holly Salkeld Mr. Brad Sandman and Ms. Tanya Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sandman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sandoval Ms. Grace Sanfilippo Dr. Rahul Sanghvi and Mrs. Holly Daniel-Sanghvi Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Tom Savage, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saviage Mr. and Mrs. Michael Savini Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schott Ms. Kristen Schott Bowes Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Mr. Bruno Schueler, Ph.D. and Ms. Patricia Schueler, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Scott Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Scott Mr. Christopher Sharp and Mrs. Samina Patel Mr. and Mrs. Jianfeng Shen Mr. and Mrs. Vivek Shende Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shifman Mr. Ashwath Shridhar and Mrs. Kimngan Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Rajesh Singh Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith Mr. Charles Smith and Mrs. Amy Or-Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith Mrs. Roseanne (Lipari ‘87) and Mr. Jason Smith Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sobrato Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sobrato


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Mr. and Mrs. Eric Abbott Mr. Jasmeer Abdulvahid and Mrs. Rajy Meeyakhan Rawther Mr. Jeff Adachi and Ms. Cecilia Donato Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Advincula Mr. and Mrs. Anuj (‘86) Aggarwal Mr. Brian Ahern and Dr. Kristine Ahern Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Aiello Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aitchison Mr. and Mrs. Nitin Akarte Mr. and Ms. Kamal Al Mansour The Alekseyeva Family Mr. and Mrs. Per Alftin Mr. and Mrs. J-D Allegrucci Mr. Saul Altabet and Ms. Joan Huser Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Alvord Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Amaro Mr. Srinivas Ambati and Mrs. Uma Anitha Kottali Mrs. Stacy (Leigh ‘90) and Mr. Mike Amicarelli Mr. Krishnan Anantheswaran and Ms. Shamita Tripathy Mrs. Michele (Lovell ‘85) and Mr. Eric Anderson Mr. Anthony Andreacchi, Ph.D. and Ms. Kathleen Neilon Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Anvari Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Archibald

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Mr. Matthew Archibald and Ms. Tersa Lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Steven Arcolino Mr. and Mrs. Prakash Babu Mr. Eric Baggiolini and Mrs. Teresa Hillyard Mr. and Mrs. Edgardo Bagis Mr. Steve Bailess and Mrs. Taunya Adams-Bailess Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Binay Bajaj Mrs. Jill (Pittenger ‘85) and Mr. Michael Baldwinson Mr. and Mrs. Ali Ballou Mr. and Mrs. Giovanni Barbarossa, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Said Barzegar Mr. Mark Basinski and Ms. Deborah McClellan Mr. and Mrs. Randall Basso Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baylis Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bell Dr. Lakshmi Bhandari and Mr. Sanjiv K. Bhandari Mr. and Mrs. Nimish Bhatt Mr. Prabal Bhutani and Mrs. Anju Batra Cydney and Paul Bieber Mr. and Mrs. William Blach Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Blackshire Vernon and Doris Blakes Mr. Diego Blanc and Dr. Maria Zoco Ms. Ellen Bloome Mr. Martin Booth and Mrs. Cindy Diep-Booth Mr. and Ms. Robert Booth Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Werner Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Brian Braren Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Brazelton Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brodrick Mr. and Mrs. Kent Brown Mr. and Ms. Stephen Brown Mr. Pradeep Buddharaju and Mrs. Nipa Mehta

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Mr. Francisco Bueno and Mrs. Lucy Vetter Bueno Mr. John Bui and Mrs. Linne Tran Mr. and Mrs. Brian Burke Mr. Christopher Burns and Ms. Cristina Crimaudo, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Butler Mr. Steven Butler and Mrs. Lisa Staley-Butler Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Frank and Carol Cabri Mr. Demitri Cacoyannis and Ms. Lisa Gillmor Mr. and Ms. Brian Cadieux Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Sean Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia Mr. and Ms. James Callas Mr. and Mrs. John Calvert Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Calvillo Ms. Sherry Campbell Mr. Thomas Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cargnoni Mr. and Mrs. Mark Carroll Ms. Sim Casimiro Dr. and Mrs. Peter Castillo Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cervania Mr. Lloyd Cha and Ms. Jessica Ma Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chan Mr. and Mrs. William Chandler, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James Chang Mr. Wen-Yu Chang and Mrs. Yanhua Lu Hon. Cindy Chavez and Mr. Mike Potter ‘84 Dr. Fulton Chen and Ms. Kelly Heuschkel Mr. and Mrs. Srini Cherukuri Dianna and Lewis Chew Mr. YunTzu Chiu and Mrs. Juchi Wu Mrs. Brenda (Broadus ‘84) and Mr. Shawn Chizanskos Mr. Kuangda Chu and Mrs. Wanyun Shih Mr. Kelvin Chung and Mrs. Sung Min Mr. Van Co and Mrs. Carolyn Nguyen Sandra and James Coats Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coglitore Mrs. Debbie (Gaskell ‘87) and Mr. Dale Coldiron Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Collier Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Comerer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conaway Mr. and Mrs. David Condensa Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Conner Mr. and Mrs. John Connors

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Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coopersmith Mr. and Mrs. Howard Corley Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cosio, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John Cottingham Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Cox Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coyle Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Michael (‘88) Crisafulli Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cronce Mr. and Mrs. Neil (’95) Cuen Dr. Mark Culton and Ms. Brenda Kantarian Culton Mr. and Mrs. Graham Curme Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dalal Mr. and Mrs. Martin (‘82) Dale Mr. Hung Dang and Dr. Trang Nguyen Mr. Marc Daniels, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Dasher Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Dr. and Mrs. Mark Davoren Mr. and Mrs. Brett Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Chris Day Mr. and Mrs. Rafael De La Cruz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark De Mattei Mr. and Ms. John De Silva Dr. Christina and Mr. Timothy Deane Mr. and Mrs. Deric DeBenedetti Mr. and Mrs. Paul Decena Mr. Thomas DeDen and Mrs. Monica Dabney Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeGuzman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Dei Rossi Mr. and Mrs. Vincent del Rosario Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dennison Mr. Ramana Devarapalli and Mrs. Sujatha Mandava Mr. and Mrs. James DeVaughn Mr. and Mrs. John DeVine Mr. and Mrs. Doug Dillon Mr. Michael Dillon and Mrs. Elena Bouza Mr. and Mrs. John B. DiNapoli Mr. Anthony Dinh and Mrs. Cecilia Thu Tran Mr. Tri Doan and Ms. Nhu-Diem Dang Mr. Paul Dominic and Mrs. Sophia Paul Gwen and Steve Dorcich Dr. Moris Dovek and Ms. Lesli Yenni Mr. and Mrs. Al Drewke Mr. John Duffy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dugan Mr. Timothy Dugan and Ms. Lorna Tsuda


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Mr. and Ms. Kent Goodin Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Mr. Venkatesh Gopinath, Ph.D. and Dr. Shoba Krishnan Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gorjanc Mr. Greg Gotlib and Ms. Evgenia Mandrusov, Ph.D. Mr. Manimaran Govindaraju and Mrs. Bharathy Manimaran Mr. Rama Govindaraju, Ph.D. and Dr. Padma Govindaraju Mr. Scot Graham ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gribbin Mr. Robert Griswold and Dr. Jenny Griswold Mr. Timothy Guarnieri and Mrs. Kathleen Cote-Guarnieri Mr. and Mrs. Mike Guglielmo, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephan P. Guttman Mr. and Mrs. James M. Haar, Jr. Dr. Jennifer (Ehle ‘92) and Dr. Kevin (‘91) Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton Mr. Ben Han and Ms. Helen Wong Dr. Wayne Hane and Dr. Jeannie Chung Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger ‘85 Mrs. Deborah Hao Mr. and Mrs. Jason Harmon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hastings, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hatton Mr. and Mrs. Eric Heale Mr. and Mrs. William Hehir Mr. Chia-Chen Ho and Mrs. Teh-Hen Yu Mr. and Ms. Kenneth Ho Mr. and Mrs. Bret Hoefler Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Hoeke Mr. and Mrs. Steven Hogue Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Horta Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence House Mr. and Mrs. Brian Howell Mr. Kirk Huddleston and Mrs. Carol Francavilla Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hughes Ms. Diane Hunt Mr. Tai-Sheng Hwang and Ms. Mercy Wey, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hynes Mr. and Ms. Joe Isaacs Mr. Jayaraman Iyer and Ms. Rashmi Singhal Mr. and Mrs. Arun Jaiswal Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jamieson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jean Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jimenez Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Jones

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Mr. and Mrs. Doug Durham Mr. and Ms. Jeff Eagle Mr. and Ms. Richard Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Martin Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Dr. Stephen Emond and Dr. Deborah Faryniarz Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Enman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Fairley Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Farias ‘91 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Farley Mr. and Mrs. Mike Federwisch Mr. and Ms. Don Fernandez Mrs. Heather Ferrick ‘96 and Mr. David Rego Dr. and Mrs. Ferda Filiz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FitzGerald Mr. and Mrs. Keif Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Rick Flovin Mr. Dale Flowers and Ms. Michele Fuller Ms. Donna Flowers Mr. Mark Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fobar Mr. Michael Foody and Ms. Marianne O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Gary Formica Mr. and Mrs. Marte Formico, III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (‘85) Formosa, Jr. Mr. Dennis Fox Ms. Monica Fox Dr. and Mrs. Richard Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Thorsten Freitag Mr. and Mrs. Steve Friar Eric and Jennifer Fusilero Mr. Indrajit Gajendran and Mrs. Lan Tong Mr. and Mrs. Tomo Galeb Dr. and Dr. Nigel Gallaher Mr. and Mrs. Renier Garcia Mr. Glen Garfunkel and Mrs. Rosa Maria Gordillo Garfunkel Mr. and Mrs. Ted Garvey Mr. and Mrs. James Gavin Mr. and Ms. Ken Gendotti Mr. Reiner Genevriere and Ms. Sonja Cost Mr. and Mrs. Robert George, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gigantino, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harpreet Gill Mr. John Gilmore and Mrs. Orla McDonnell


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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lemak Mr. Steve Leung and Mrs. Nora Calvillo Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leuzze Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lewis Mr. Bin Li and Ms. Hongling Cen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Liddle Mr. Shengmin Lin and Mrs. Xiaoxia Li Mr. and Mrs. Jon Linthacum Mr. William Lloyd and Ms. Claire Ando Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lohman, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lombardo, III Mr. John Longthon and Ms. Jennifer Nakata Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lopez Mr. Roger Luo and Ms. Wendy Cai Mr. and Ms. Frank Lux Mr. Thomas Lyons and Ms. Victoria Farrell Mr. Kaiping Ma and Ms. Chaoli Chen Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. MacLean Mrs. Orla MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mahoney Mr. Deepinder Makhni and Mrs. Leann Cherkasky Makhni Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Malig Mr. and Mrs. Claudio Mandelli Dr. Cecilia and Mr. Peter Manibo Mr. Edison Manuel and Mrs. Oliva Cadorna-Manuel Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marella, Ph.D. Mr. and Ms. Thomas Martell Mr. and Mrs. Ramachandran V. Marti Mrs. Kelly (Parks ‘89) and Mr. Mario Masini Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mason Mr. and Mrs. Gino (‘89) Massoud Mr. and Mrs. Brian Matherly Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Matlock Mr. and Ms. Craig Matsumoto Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Matus Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mau Mr. Larry McAdams, Ph.D. and Mrs. Cindy Sedey Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Philip McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Scott McCall Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCann Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McGrath Mr. and Ms. Dennis McHaffie

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McHale ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. McKinnon Mr. and Mrs. Todd McNair Mr. and Mrs. David Meacham Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Medley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mifsud ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mikl Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller ‘83 Mr. Jeff Mitbo and Ms. Judy Chang Mr. Robert Miyahara and Ms. Susan Kato Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Monroy Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Mark (‘81) Morales Mr. and Mrs. David Morishige Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Mosko Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moss Mr. and Ms. Anatoli Muchynski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mulcahy Mrs. Seema (Roy ‘91) and Mr. Kirt Mulji Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mullaney Mr. and Ms. Roberto Munne Mr. and Mrs. David Murdock, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray Mr. and Mrs. Dan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Joey Nagase Mr. and Mrs. Suneet Nandwani Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Napolitano Mr. John Naporano and Ms. E. Harden Mr. and Mrs. Ravi Narula Mr. Pravin Narwankar, Ph.D. and Mrs. Madhavi Chandrachood, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Nees Dr. and Mrs. Alex Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nguyen Mr. Toan Nguyen and Mrs. Thao Tran Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Nijmeh Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey (‘84) Nijmeh Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Noriega Mr. James O’Brien and Ms. Marina Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Rodger O’Brien, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Ogden Mr. David Olivas and Ms. Michelle Quinney Ms. Rose Olivas ‘85

Mr. and Mrs. James Olsen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Omori Mrs. Barbara (Dieckman ‘99) and Mr. Juan Carlos Orellana Mr. and Mrs. Erick Ortega Mr. and Mrs. Tapani Otala Dr. Roopa and Mr. Ramesh Pai Mr. and Mrs. Mahendra Pakala, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Palka Mr. and Mrs. David B. Panconi Mr. and Mrs. Jose Panlilio Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pappas Mr. Robert W. Parks and Ms. Karen C. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Dipesh Patel Mr. and Mrs. Jitendra Patil Mr. and Mrs. Brian Pauken Mr. Chari Perera and Mrs. Hashanthi De Silva Perera Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pestana Mr. and Ms. Brad Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Petersen Mr. and Mrs. Manh Pham Mr. Khanh Phan and Mrs. Tam Hien Thi Le Mrs. Cyndi Picar Mr. and Mrs. Greg Pierson Mr. Mark Plungy and Mrs. Lisa Warren-Plungy Mr. Larry Polayes and Ms. Penny Herman-Polayes Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pouquette Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pragastis Mr. Mark Prazer and Mrs. Amal Zarou Prazer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pulchny Mr. Charles Purdy and Ms. Molly McDonald Mr. Ming Qu, Ph.D. and Ms. Ling Zhang Mr. Marvin Quant and Mrs. Ana Lau-Quant Mr. and Mrs. Mario Queiroz Mr. Edward Quinones and Ms. Yvette Caro Mr. Rameshbabu Raghupathy and Mrs. Ramani Rameshbabu


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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Serpa Mr. and Mrs. Tony Shah Mr. and Mrs. Cem Shaquer Mr. Christopher Sharp and Mrs. Samina Patel Mr. and Mrs. Jianfeng Shen Mr. and Mrs. Vivek Shende Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shifman Mr. Wei-Chiang Shih and Mrs. Yen-Yin Lee Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shodiss Mr. Ashwath Shridhar and Mrs. Kimngan Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick G. Sigman, III Mr. and Mrs. Harsono Simka Mr. and Mrs. Rajesh Singh Mr. Gregson Siu and Mrs. Diane Sakuragi Mr. and Mrs. William Skeet Mr. Thomas Skelton and Mrs. Claudia Galvan De Skelton Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan Mr. Charles Smith and Mrs. Amy Or-Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith Mrs. Michelle (Alexander ‘85) and Mr. Larry Smith Mrs. Roseanne (Lipari ‘87) and Mr. Jason Smith Mr. Jae Won Song and Mrs. Hye Won Kim Mr. and Mrs. David Sousa Mr. Sorin Spanoche and Ms. Andrea Cosmin Mr. and Mrs. Giuseppe Spatola Mr. Ed Sramaty and Mrs. Brigid Bannan Mr. Scott Stanelle and Mrs. Maureen Selvage-Stanelle Mr. Chadwick Stearns, Sr. and Mrs. Pam Stearns Mr. and Mrs. Colin Stewart Mr. Pari Subramaniam and Mrs. Suchitra Pari Mr. Johnney Sun and Mrs. Susana Lui-Sun Mr. and Mrs. Jongki Suwandi Mr. Awez Syed and Dr. Rasheeda Ally Mr. Azam Syed and Mrs. Carmen Ortiz-Syed Mr. Mo Tamjidi Mr. and Mrs. David Tang Ms. Kristin Tebo Mr. Zhongjian Teng and Mrs. Bingjie Liang, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Teresi Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tersini Mr. Manoj Tharakan and Mrs. Susan Antony Mr. Christopher Tieh, Sr. and Mrs. Agnes Seisay-Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tillmann Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tomasello Mrs. Mary Jo (Neves ‘85) and Mr. Todd Townzen

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Mr. and Mrs. Prasad A. Raje, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Prasad R. Rallapalli Mr. and Mrs. Kowshika Ramaprasad Mr. Ravikumar Ramarao and Ms. Radha Venkatesh Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rambac Mr. Sunder Ramesh and Mrs. Radha Iyer Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Rasmussen Dr. Niyo (Kachalia ‘85) and Mr. Aashish Rathod Mr. and Mrs. Gary Read Mr. and Mrs. Joff Redfern Mr. and Ms. Treven Regala Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Remaker Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ricci Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rintala, Jr. Mr. Lj Ristic and Ms. Milena Vujosevic Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins John and Brenda Robbins Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Steven Robertson Mr. and Mrs. John Rodman Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Rodriguez, Sr. Mr. Brian Rogoff and Ms. Renee Jacowitz Rogoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rohde Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rose Mr. Rob Roskopp and Mrs. Lepa Galeb-Roskopp Mr. Brian Ruf and Mrs. Marnie MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan ‘89 Mr. Parviz Sales and Ms. Dolat Bolandi Matthew and Holly Salkeld Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Samath Mr. Brad Sandman and Ms. Tanya Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sandman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sandoval Dr. Rahul Sanghvi and Mrs. Holly Daniel-Sanghvi Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Tom Savage Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saviage Mr. and Mrs. Todd Schmitzer Ms. Kristen Schott Bowes Mr. Bruno Schueler, Ph.D. and Ms. Patricia Schueler, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schumacher Mr. Brett Schuster and Ms. Kathy Dydynski Mr. and Mrs. Greg Scott, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Scott Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Scott


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Mr. Anthony Tran and Mrs. ThaiLan Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Franco Travostino Mr. Alex Truong and Ms. Grace Huang Mr. David Truong and Mrs. Trinh Trinh Mr. David Tseselsky and Mrs. Galina Sokolova Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tso Mr. and Ms. David Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turk Mr. Srinath Unnikrishnan and Mrs. Deepa Menon Mr. William Urban and Ms. Katrina Brinkman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Sunil Vallamkonda Mr. and Mrs. Paul van Besouw Mr. Raghavendra Vasudeva and Mrs. Radhika Bai Mr. and Mrs. Issac Vaughn Mr. Jim Veroulis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Viano ‘85 Mr. Fidel Villanueva and Dr. Chona Ebalo-Villanueva Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Volpe, Jr. Mrs. Lisa Ann (Lencioni ‘81) and Mr. John Vossoughi, Jr. Mr. Ha Vu and Mrs. Viet-Hong Bui Mr. and Mrs. Julian Vu Mr. and Mrs. Josh Walker Mr. and Mrs. Kevin (‘78) Walsh Mr. Sichao Wang and Ms. Jean Lu Mr. and Mrs. W. Webb Mr. Kurt Weiner and Ms. Lisa Lampros Mrs. Catherine (Colombier ‘79) and Dr. Erich Werner Mr. Jim Whims David and Debra White Lee and Jeff Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson Mr. William Wilson and Ms. Beth Conley Mr. Michael Wiltberger and Mrs. Sue Linn Moore Mr. and Mrs. John Wissig, III Dr. and Mrs. Galen Wong Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Sean Worthington Mr. Jun Xiao and Mrs. Yunxia Yang Mr. Zhongmin Xiao and Ms. Patty Liu Mr. and Mrs. Eric Yamasaki Mr. and Mrs. Jason Yang Dr. Lawrence Yee and Dr. Ava Wu Mr. and Mrs. Venkatesh Yerrapotu Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Yniguez Mr. Tianxiang You and Mrs. Xiaolu Su Mr. and Mrs. Clark Young, III

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Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Zadel Mr. Xiaolin Zang and Mrs. Mingye Chen Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Zertuche Mr. Shuanglin Zhang, Ph.D. and Mrs. Mingjuan Li Mr. and Mrs. Naveen Zutshi Gifts from Parents of Alumni Annually, parents of alumni make generous contributions to the school. Archbishop Mitty wishes to thank those listed whose gifts provide students the opportunity for lifetime friendships and the gift of a quality Catholic, college preparatory education.

Mr. and Mrs. William Abb Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Aiello Mr. Saul Altabet and Ms. Joan Huser Mr. and Mrs. Tomix Alvaro Mrs. Susan Amouroux Mrs. Michele (Lovell ‘85) and Mr. Eric Anderson Mr. Joseph Antuzzi, Jr. ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Armer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Asunsolo Mr. and Mrs. Claude Atencio Mr. and Mrs. Michael Aymar Mr. and Mrs. Edgardo Bagis Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Ballon Mrs. Alice Barraza Mr. and Mrs. Said Barzegar Mr. and Mrs. Randall Basso Mr. and Mrs. William Battaglia ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. William Baumel Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baylis Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bearie Mr. and Mrs. John Beck Mr. and Mrs. William Blach Ms. Bonnie Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blecka Mr. Martin Booth and Mrs. Cindy Diep-Booth Mr. and Mrs. Mark Braatz Mrs. Margaret Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Brazelton Mr. and Mrs. Randy Breunling Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bronson Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brosnan Mr. David (‘71) and Mrs. Adrianne (Van Dyk ‘73) Brown Mr. and Ms. Stephen Brown Mr. Joe Brunetto, Sr. and Mrs. Hoa Le


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Mrs. Joan (Russell ‘77) and Mr. James Downey Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Doyle Mr. John Duffy Mr. and Mrs. John Dullea Mr. and Mrs. Steven Duquette Mr. and Mrs. Doug Durham Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Fairley Mr. and Mrs. Mike Federwisch Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Felipe Mr. and Mrs. John Finneran III Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fong Mr. and Mrs. David G. Foote Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Foti Mr. and Mrs. John Foxcroft Mrs. Jan Francis Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fujczak Mr. and Mrs. Ernie M. Gabriel Mrs. Carolee Gannon Ms. Lolita Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garcia Mr. Mike J. Garvey Mr. and Mrs. Steve (‘68) Gera, Jr. Mrs. Heather M. Glahn Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glazzy Mrs. Margaret Goerges Mr. Robert Goldman and Ms. Jeannine Bokor Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Mr. Venkatesh Gopinath, Ph.D. and Mrs Shoba Krishnan, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gorjanc Mr. Rama Govindaraju, Ph.D. and Dr. Padma Govindaraju Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gravelle Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gray ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. David Gray Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gribbin Mr. Robert Griswold and Dr. Jenny Griswold Mr. Joe Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Sanjay Gupta Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gutierrez, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Stephan P. Guttman Mr. and Mrs. James M. Haar, Jr. Jennifer Hagen Mr. and Mrs. Pat Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton Dr. Wayne Hane and Dr. Jeannie Chung Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hanson Mr. and Mrs. John Heagerty

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Mr. and Mrs. James Burden Mr. and Mrs. Steven Butler Mr. and Mrs. William Byrnes Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia Ms. Katherine Caputo Mrs. Betty Carmody Ms. Clara Carrasco Ms. Aileen Casanave ‘77 Mrs. Debra (Truhe ‘88) and Dr. Joseph Cassara Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castellano Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Castrillo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cauchi Mr. and Mrs. Roy Caudill Mr. and Mrs. Dino Certa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chan Mr. and Mrs. David Chang Mr. and Mrs. Kris Chellam Mr. and Mrs. Srini Cherukuri Dianna and Lewis Chew Mrs. Brenda (Broadus ‘84) and Mr. Shawn Chizanskos Ms. Beth Cintas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coglitore Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Collins Mr. Michael Conroy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coopersmith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbalis Mr. and Mrs. John Cordell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Coronado Mr. and Mrs. Pierre-Yves Couteau Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coyle Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crimi Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Cronin ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Donald Curtis Mrs. Mary Curtis Mr. Hung Dang and Dr. Trang Nguyen Mr. Marc Daniels, Sr. Ms. Barbara De Ojeda Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeCecco Mr. and Mrs. Vincent del Rosario Mr. and Mrs. Steve DeNatale Mr. and Mrs. Tapomoy Dey Mr. Michael Di Leo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dippel Mr. Jeff Adachi and Ms. Cecilia Donato Gwen and Steve Dorcich Mrs. Linda Dorian-Glynn Mr. Timothy Dougherty Dr. Moris Dovek and Ms. Lesli Yenni


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Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Helmer Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt Mr. Charles Horn, Jr. and Ms. Harriet Harvey-Horn Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Horta Mr. Kirk Huddleston and Mrs. Carol Francavilla Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jahncke Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. and Mrs. Michael Janitski Ms. Ann Jones Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Amit Khare Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Kim Mr. Philip Kleinheinz ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Leonid Kolmanovsky Mr. and Mrs. Venkat Konda, Ph.D. Mrs. Amy (Choice ‘86) and Dr. Damon Korb Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Kupka Mr. Ronald La France and Ms. Melissa Greene Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lamour Mr. Richard Lang and Mrs. Ling Ling Chow Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Larsen Dr. and Mrs. George Lau Dr. and Mrs. Ha Le Mr. Gary Leschuk and Ms. Susan Thompson Ms. Laura Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Lisowski Mr. and Mrs. Al Locsin Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Lopez Mrs. Rose Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lopez Mr. and Mrs. John Luis Mr. Roger Luo and Ms. Wendy Cai Mr. and Mrs. Aki Machida Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. MacLean Mrs. Orla MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malone Mr. Peter and Dr. Maricel Manibo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marolda Mr. and Mrs. Ramachandran V. Marti

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Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Matus Mr. and Mrs. Luke Matusich Mr. and Mrs. Ashutosh Mauskar Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mayer Mr. Larry McAdams, Ph.D. and Mrs. Cindy Sedey Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. McClung Mr. and Mrs. Michael McHale Mrs. Barbara McTighe Mr. David W. Mewes Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mikl Mr. and Mrs. George M. Monk Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moore Ms. Joan Moser Mr. John Mosunic Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moul Mrs. Erin (Haniger ‘80) and Mr. Michael Mulcahy Ms. Shannon Mullen-Lehman Mr. Michael Murray Mr. Jeff Myers Ms. Mary Hoang and Mr. Hong Nguyen Mr. Carl Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Kane Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Ogden Mr. and Mrs. Michael Olenak Mr. Gary Olimpia Mr. David Olivas and Ms. Michelle Quinney Mr. and Mrs. David Olivo Mr. and Mrs. John Oosterhouse Ms. Katherine Oven Mr. and Mrs. David B. Panconi Mr. and Ms. Victor Pappalardo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pappas Dr. and Mrs. Gerry Parker Mr. Robert W. Parks and Ms. Karen C. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Payne Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pedersen Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pestana Ms. Carin Phillips The Hon. Risë Pichon and Mr. Ulysses Pichon Mr. Larry Polayes and Ms. Penny Herman-Polayes Mrs. Jan (Welch ‘78) and Mr. Steve (‘78) Popolizio Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prescott

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Quetano Mr. and Mrs. Hamid Rahnema Mr. and Mrs. Prasad A. Raje, Ph.D. Ms. Suanne Ramar and Mr. Steve Kottmeier Mr. Mukund Ramaratnam and Mrs. Heena Vora Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Remaker Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rintala, Jr. John and Brenda Robbins Mr. and Mrs. William Robowski Mr. and Mrs. John Rodman Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Rodriguez, Sr. Mr. Rob Roskopp and Mrs. Lepa Galeb-Roskopp Ms. Carrie Rule Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Ryan ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Saito Mr. Parviz Sales and Ms. Dolat Boland Mr. Raymond Samaha, Ph.D. and Mrs. Nada Duna Mr. John Sanchez† Dr. Rahul Sanghvi and Mrs. Holly Daniel-Sanghvi Mr. and Mrs. James Santos Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Saso Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Michael Savini Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Scates Mr. and Mrs. William Scharrenberg, III Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schenck Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Schini Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Schott Ms. Kathleen Schow Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Ms. Carol Scott and Ms. Helen Gengras Mr. and Mrs. Greg Scott, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Serpa Mr. and Mrs. Henry Serpa Mr. and Mrs. Tom Service Mr. and Mrs. Tony Shah Mr. and Mrs. David Shea Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sheehy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shipp Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shodiss Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick G. Sigman, III Kate and Jim Slevin Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith Mrs. Paula Smith


Gifts from Grandparents Archbishop Mitty is especially grateful to the grandparents of our students and alumni for their contributions.

Mr. and Ms. Manuel Morgado Mr. and Mrs. Mario Mosunic Mr. Rodney Murray Fr. and Mrs. Nicholas Neyman Mr. and Mrs. Abilio Nunes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olenak Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peckham Mr. and Mrs. Larry Petulla Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell Mrs. Kathleen Purdy Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Mrs. Pia Riparbelli Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Salkeld Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt Mrs. Susan Schmitzer Darrington Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schott Mr. Hal Schumway and Mrs. Gloria Ballard Ann Scott Mrs. Jan Shaffer Mrs. Ida Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Jim Skokan Mr. and Mrs. Jack Socher Mr. Virgil Stanciu Dr. and Mrs. Don Stevenson Ms. Beverly Stirling Mrs. Christa Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Bob Teresi Mr. and Mrs. Louie Tersini Mrs. Bick Tso Mrs. Marian Vachon Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Wetzel Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Zamora Mrs. D’Laine M. Zea

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Mr. and Mrs. James Soares Mr. and Mrs. Jure Šola Mr. and Mrs. George Sousa Mr. and Mrs. Ken Stahl Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Steele Dr. and Mrs. Don Stevenson Mrs. Janet (Corsiglia ‘82) and Mr. Don (‘83) Stevenson Mr. Richard Strayer Mr. Suresh Subramanian and Mrs. Akila Suresh Mr. Zoltan (‘78) Szoboszlay and Ms. Jeanne Verschuur Mr. Gary Thompson Ms. Linda Tirado, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tomasello Mr. and Mrs. Don Tonelli Mr. and Mrs. John Tower Mr. David Truong and Mrs. Trinh Trinh Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Tsukamoto Mrs. Marian Vachon Mrs. Roxanne (Stringari ‘74) Vane Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Vera Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (‘85) Viano Nicole and Russ (‘87) Vierra Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace Mr. Sichao Wang and Ms. Jean Lu Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Wedge Ms. Gretchen Weidenbach and Mr. Marc Farley Mr. Kurt Weiner and Ms. Lisa Lampros Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wendt Mrs. Catherine (Colombier ‘79) and Dr. Erich Werner Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiepking Lee and Jeff Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Rick Williams Mr. William Wilson and Ms. Beth Conley Mr. Michael Wiltberger and Mrs. Sue Linn Moore Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Mark Woodward Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Wyess Mr. and Ms. Francis Yutangco Mr. Jian Zhou and Ms. June Hu


the imagine campaign The Imagine Campaign provides funding for the new John A. and Susan Sobrato Science and Student Life Center. This new facility, which will open in January 2017, offers expanded facilities in support of the Science Department, Student Activities, and the Outreach program. Beginning in 2016-2017, the Science Department will complete the implementation of a realigned science curriculum that allows Archbishop Mitty to provide its students with a 21st century STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) curriculum that sets it apart from other college preparatory schools. This type of contemporary curriculum design requires new and innovative spaces to house courses in design thinking, engineering, biotechnology, and many other exciting subjects. The Imagine Campaign has made it possible to create a space that will include three new chemistry lecture labs, a STEM lab, a CAD lab, laboratory storage space, and additional science faculty offices. In addition, the new 17,000- square foot facility will provide new Student Activities offices, a new Outreach office, and a large student commons that will be enjoyed by all Archbishop Mitty students. To date, the generous donors listed below have provided more than $6,000,000 towards the challenge fundraising goal of $8,000,000. The dedication for the new facility will be on February 26, 2017. For more information on how to help Archbishop Mitty High School reach its challenge goal, please contact the Advancement Office at (408) 342-4260.

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Mr. and Mrs. William Abb Mr. and Mrs. Anuj Aggarwal (‘86) Mr. Brian Ahern and Dr. Kristine Ahern Joseph J. Albanese, Inc. Ms. Denise M. Alberto-Vivian ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. J-D Allegrucci Ms. Stacie Allen Mrs. Genevieve (Guy ‘98) and Mr. Marcelo Altwer Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson Mrs. Maureen (Loftus ‘92) and Mr. Adam Anderson Annabelle Productions Mr. and Mrs. Rick Armer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Asunsolo Mr. and Mrs. Prakash Babu Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Ballon Mr. and Mrs. Ali Ballou Mr. and Mrs. Rao Balusu Mr. and Mrs. Mark Barnard Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baylis Mr. and Mrs. John Beahm Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Blackshire Ms. Bonnie Blackwell Mr. Martin Booth and Mrs. Cindy Diep-Booth Mr. and Mrs. Brian Braren Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Brazelton Mr. and Mrs. Randy Breunling Mr. and Mrs. Brody Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bronson Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brosnan Burdick Paint Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo Burgara Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mrs. Elaine Calamba

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Ms. Kristy Calaway Mr. John Cane ‘01 Ms. Katherine Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Carey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cargnoni Mr. and Mrs. William Carter Mrs. Debra (Truhe ‘88) and Dr. Joseph Cassara, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chan Mr. and Mrs. David Chang Mr. and Mrs. Kris Chellam Ms. Kimberly Clabaugh ‘98 Coast Building Products Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Collier Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Comerer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbalis Mrs. Lindsay (Ramar ‘01) Costigan Mr. and Mrs. Pierre-Yves Couteau Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coyle Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Crimi Mr. and Mrs. Michael (‘88) Crisafulli Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowley Mrs. Karen Cruz Mrs. Mary Curtis Mr. Michael J. D’Ambrosio ‘04 Dr. Christina and Mr. Timothy Deane Mr. and Mrs. Deric DeBenedetti Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeCecco Della Maggiore Mr. and Mrs. Steve DeNatale Mr. and Mrs. John DeVine Ms. Connie Donovan Mrs. Linda Dorian-Glynn Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Al Drewke Mr. John Duffy Mr. Timothy Dugan and Ms. Lorna Tsuda

Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Environmental Systems, Inc. – Mrs. Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Mr. Chris (‘77) Enfantino Mrs. Tracey (Bresniker ‘79) and Mr. Eugene (‘79) Enfantino Mr. Stephen Etheredge ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fenker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FitzGerald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. David G. Foote Mr. and Mrs. Marte Formico, III Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Ms. Monica Fox Mr. Indrajit Gajendran and Mrs. Lan Tong Mr. Rajesh Gantla and Mrs. Madhavi Reddy Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garcia Mr. John Gillen ‘81 Mr. John Gilmore and Mrs. Orla McDonnell Mr. Robert Goldman and Ms. Jeannine Bokor Mr. Scot Graham ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Greene Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grunke Mr. Joe Guerra Ms. Alisa Guglielmo and Mr. Craig Whitt Mr. and Mrs. Sanjay Gupta Jennifer Hagen Mr. and Mrs. Pat Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger ‘85 Ms. Theresa Hannon, Ph.D. Mrs. Julie Ann (Gillespie ‘97) Hedrick Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Hernandez Mr. Patrick Herrington ‘91 Mr. and Mrs. Kory Hopkins


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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schott Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Serpa Mr. and Mrs. Tom Service Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sheehy Mr. and Mrs. Jianfeng Shen Mr. Carl Silva Kate and Jim Slevin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Smith Mrs. Roseanne (Lipari ‘87) and Mr. Jason Smith Mr. and Mrs. James Soares Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sobrato Mr. and Mrs. Jure Šola SOS Steel Spacetone Acoustics Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Steele Mr. Daniel J. Stringari ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. David Stringari ‘70 Mr. Suresh Subramanian and Mrs. Akila Suresh Mr. Mo Tamjidi Target Mr. Michael Targgart Ms. Danielle Thompson ‘93 Mr. Gary Thompson Ms. Jennifer Titinger Mr. Jorge Titinger Trim Tech Mr. Alex Truong and Ms. Grace Huang Mrs. Bick Tso Mr. William Urban and Ms. Katrina Brinkman Mrs. Roxanne (Stringari ‘74) Vane Nicole and Russ (‘87) Vierra Mrs. Lisa Ann (Lencioni ‘81) and Mr. John Vossoughi, Jr. Mrs. Laurie (Florczyk ‘92) and Mr. Greg Walker Mr. and Mrs. Josh Walker Mr. Sichao Wang and Ms. Jean Lu Ms. Gretchen Weidenbach and Mr. Marc Farley Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wesmiller Mr. Thomas Wheatley ‘69 Mr. Jim Whims Mr. Christopher White ‘82 and Mrs. Denise Gagliasso-White Ms. Justina Williams ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Williams Dr. Miel Wilson Mr. Trevor Wilson ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Wyess Mr. Jun Xiao and Mrs. Yunxia Yang Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yamane Dr. Lawrence Yee and Dr. Ava Wu Mr. and Mrs. Venkatesh Yerrapotu Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Yniguez Mr. and Mrs. Todd Young Mr. and Mrs. Tim Zanni Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Zertuche

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Mr. Charles Horn, Jr. and Ms. Harriet Harvey-Horn Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Horta Ms. Anne Huggins ‘14 Ms. Charlotte Hughes ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ignatius Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jahncke Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jordan Mr. Patrick Kelly ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Kennedy Mr. Patrick Kennedy Ms. Kimberley Kerr Mr. Myungsun Kim and Mrs. Eunhee Ko Mr. and Ms. Scott Kliewer Mrs. Amy (Choice ‘86) and Dr. Damon Korb Meghan and Craig Kovaleski Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kriens Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kwan Mr. Jim LaFranchise ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lao Mr. Erik Leaf ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leather Mr. Gary Leschuk and Ms. Susan Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Evans Leung Ms. Laura Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lewis Mr. Bin Li and Ms. Hongling Cen Mr. HungChun Li and Mrs. Aichi Chang John Lim ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Michael (‘77) Linney Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Lopez Mrs. Rose and Mr. Luie Lopez† Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Eric Madia Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Ramachandran V. Marti Mr. and Mrs. Brian Matherly Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mathews Ms. Vera Matsumoto Mr. and Mrs. Luke Matusich Mr. Larry McAdams, Ph.D. and Mrs. Cindy Sedey Mr. and Mrs. Mark McDougall Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Michael McHale Mr. David W. Mewes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller ‘83 Mrs. Donna Minor Ms. Patsy Mireles Mr. and Mrs. George M. Monk Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moore Mr. John Mosunic


gifts from alumni All Archbishop Mitty High School students benefit from the altruism of the men and women who came before them. Alumni understand the value of the Mitty experience perhaps better than anyone, and the ongoing support of the alumni community is critical to the school’s continued success. Thank you to our alumni who gave so generously during the 2015-2016 school year.

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Mr. Anuj Aggarwal ‘86 Ms. Denise M. Alberto-Vivian ‘87 Mrs. Genevieve (Guy ‘98) Altwer Mrs. Stacy (Leigh ‘90) Amicarelli Mrs. Maureen (Loftus ‘92) Anderson Mrs. Michele (Lovell ‘85) Anderson Mrs. Edrice Angry ‘84 Mr. Joseph Antuzzi, Jr. ‘68 Mark Hisayuki Aochi ‘08 Mr. Joseph Asunsolo ‘85 Mr. Brian Babcock ‘12 Mrs. Jill (Pittenger ‘85) Baldwinson Mr. William Battaglia ‘71 Mr. Jason Bechtol ‘00 Mr. Robert Blickenstaff ‘71 Mrs. Kimberly (Martin ‘01) Boettner Mrs. Carol (Attanasio ‘79) Bose Mr. Tim Brashear ‘74 Mr. David Brown ‘71 Mrs. Adrianne (Van Dyk ‘73) Brown Mrs. Mija (Yen) Brush ‘85 Mr. James Burden ‘15 Ms. Danielle E. Burks ‘05 Mr. John Cane ‘01 Mr. Ben Caputo ‘93 Mr. Jacob Caputo ‘92 Mrs. Robin (Jeffers ‘92) Caputo Mr. Steven Cary ‘03 Ms. Aileen Casanave ‘77 Mrs. Debra (Truhe ‘88) Cassara Mr. Jose J. Castanon ‘86 Mr. Ryan Chew ‘11 Mrs. Brenda (Broadus ‘84) Chizanskos Mr. Joe Ciesinski ‘05 Ms. Kimberly Clabaugh ‘98 Mrs. Debbie (Gaskell ‘87) Coldiron Mrs. Marcie (Loher ‘77) Conroy Ms. Michaeline Correa ‘91 Mrs. Lindsay (Ramar ‘01) Costigan Mr. Michael Crisafulli ‘88

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Mr. Jeffrey Cronin ‘74 Mr. Michael J. D’Ambrosio ‘04 Mr. David Del Fiugo ‘88 Mr. Jeffrey R. Denzel ‘05 Mr. Peter Destefano ‘95 Mrs. Joan (Russell ‘77) Downey Mr. Steve Ernst ‘02 Mr. Stephen Etheredge ‘11 Mr. Carlos Farias ‘91 Ms. Stephanie A. Federwisch ‘07 Ms. Jennifer Ferrari ‘00 Mr. Bob Freitas ‘70 Mrs. Cassandra (Call ‘04) Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Steve (‘68) Gera, Jr. Mrs. Amy (Goerges ‘94) Giachetti Mr. John Gillen ‘81 Ms. Lisa Anne Glazzy ‘84 Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) Goodson Mr. Scot Graham ‘79 Mr. Thomas Gray ‘71 Dr. Kevin Haggerty ‘91 Dr. Jennifer (Ehle ‘92) Haggerty Mr. Matt Haniger ‘85 Mrs. Julie Ann (Gillespie ‘97) Hendrick Mr. Patrick Herrington ‘91 Mrs. Latanya (Johnson ‘92) Hilton Mrs. Cecilia (Campa ‘78) Hirko Mr. Richard Holmgren ‘99 Mr. Patrick Hubbell ‘78 Ms. Anne Huggins ‘14 Mr. Jonathan Ikan ‘02 Mr. Ben J. Infantino ‘85 Mr. Patrick Kelly ‘69 Mr. Matthew Kelleher ‘16 Mrs. Lauren (Sherburne ‘99) Kiedrowski Mr. Philip Kleinheinz ‘69 Mrs. Amy (Choice ‘86) Korb Mr. Jim LaFranchise ‘68 Ms. Whitney Larsen ‘16 Mr. Erik Leaf ‘11

Ms. Laura Liccardo ‘78 Ms. Laura Lillibridge ‘99 Mr. John Lim ‘88 Mr. Michael Linney ‘77 Ms. Katherine Lipps ‘00 Ms. Melva Mack ‘79 Mrs. Kelly (Parks ‘89) Masini Mr. Gino Massoud ‘89 Ms. Rosemary McCarthy ‘79 Mrs. Julie (Keller ‘86) McCloskey Mr. Daniel McHale ‘90 Ms. Lyn M. Mehe’ula ‘07 Mrs. Randi (Ratra ‘89) Melo Mr. Paul Mifsud ‘88 Mr. Thomas Miller ‘83 Ms. Monica Mills ’08 Mrs. Justine (Giacomini ‘94) Mobeck Mr. Mark Morales ‘81 Mrs. Erin (Haniger ‘80) Mulcahy Ms. Kylie Mulcaire ‘10 Mrs. Seema (Roy ‘91) Mulji Mr. Aukai Ng ‘15 Mr. Ramsey Nijmeh ‘84 Mrs. Christine (Brady ‘02) Oliver Mr. Jason Oliver ‘02 Ms. Karin (Leigh ‘86) Olson Mrs. Susan (Plant ‘90) Parks Mr. Dave S. Parrott ‘78 Mr. James Pauley ‘74 Ms. Johanna L. Pfeiffer ‘07 Mr. Patrick Pierce ‘69 Ms. Megan R. Pitzen ‘05 Mrs. Jan (Welch ‘78) Popolizio Mr. Steve Popolizio ‘78 Mr. Mike Potter ‘84 Mr. David J. Prosenko ‘88 Ms. Mary (Holt ‘98) Pustejovsky Mr. Kevin Quetano ‘98 Ms. Niyo (Kachalia ‘85) Rathod Ms. Cindy Relfe† ‘77


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Mrs. Michele (Grilli ‘90) Riley Ms. Breann Robowski ‘02 Ms. Ashley Rule ‘03 Mr. Kelly Ryan ‘73 Mrs. Danielle (Fargher ‘98) Shaw Mrs. Laurie (Ghiorso ‘74) Sholl Mrs. Roseanne (Lipari ‘87) Smith Ms. Monika Šola ‘01 Mr. Don Stevenson ‘83 Mrs. Janet (Corsiglia ‘82) Stevenson Mr. Daniel Stringari ‘71 Mr. David Stringari ‘70 Mr. James Sweeney ‘70 Mr. Terence Sweeney ‘75 Mrs. Jeanne Szoboszlay ‘81 Mr. Zoltan Szoboszlay ‘78 Ms. Danielle Thompson ‘93 Mrs. Roxanne (Stringari ‘74) Vane Mr. Thomas Viano ‘85 Nicole (Speno’87) Vierra Mr. Orlando G. Villa ‘09 Ms. Lisa Ann (Lencioni ‘81) Vossoughi Mrs. Laurie (Florczyk ‘92) Walker Mr. Kevin Walsh ‘78 Mr. Keith Walters ‘78 Mrs. Catherine (Colombier ‘79) Werner Mr. Thomas Wheatley ‘69 Mr. Christopher White ‘82 Ms. Aimee Williams ‘02 Ms. Justina Williams ‘95 Mr. Matt Williams ‘94 Mr. Scott Williams ‘96 Mr. Trevor Wilson ‘98 Mr. Brent Younger ‘11

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black & gold gala The 24th Annual Black & Gold Gala was held on November 14, 2015 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose. Guests arrived and mingled while listening to Kind of Blue, the Archbishop Mitty Jazz Choir. After a wonderful dinner, the crowd was entertained in a late night show format by Exodus, Jazz in the AM, and the Royals. Special guests to the Archbishop Mitty Late Night Show included basketball coach Sue Phillips (‘86) and Archbishop Mitty parent and NHL Stanley Cup winner Mike Ricci, who was challenged to a lip sync contest against Archbishop Mitty Olympian Polina Edmunds (‘16). The crowd was on their feet during a performance of “Devil Went Down to Georgia,” which included a violin solo by Raymond So (‘17). The star performer, Billy Gardell, comedian and co-star of The Mike and Molly Show, kept the crowd laughing with a witty repertoire of comedy and commentary. Hosted by the Archbishop Mitty Board of Regents and under the leadership of chairperson Kate Elfrink, this 24th Annual Black & Gold Gala was a tremendous success. Proceeds benefit The Imagine Campaign, supporting the construction of the John A. and Susan Sobrato Science and Student Life Center. Executive Producers Ruth and Michael Fletcher Benefactors Kate and Wim Elfrink Judy and Glenn Goodson Paige and Chuck Robbins

Contributors Laura Liccardo ‘78 The Michael Moul Family Suanne Ramar and Steve Kottmeier Mollie and Steve Schott Mary and Ron Schrotenboer

Supporters Anonymous Jeanne and Paul Albert Selvina and Robert Burns Jose J. Castanon ‘86 Comerica Bank Susan Darrington Pillars Tim Dougherty Maureen (Loftus ‘92) and David Del Fiugo ‘88 Adam Anderson Marci and Don Fernandez Anna Marie and Lawrence Boucher Lisa and Ted Garvey Dianna and Lewis Chew Karen and Patrick (‘88) Hubbell The Caputo Family Christin and Tom (‘83) Miller Kate Caputo, Robin (Jeffers ‘92) and Susan and Robert Munne Jake (‘92) Caputo, and Ben Caputo (‘93) Rodney Murray Kennetha and Ernest Evans Sarah and Martin Palka Mary Ellen and Michael Fox, Sr. Tekakwitha and Jenny and Robert Griswold Paul Pernambuco-Wise Christine and Bob Jahncke Charlotte and Larry Petulla David Mewes Lori and Gene Pouquette Suki and Rob Moore Renee and Brian Rogoff Liz and Stephen Mullaney Pat and Eugene Salkeld Amy and John Oosterhouse Rena and John Saunders Brenda and John Robbins Jan Shaffer Grace Sanfilippo Suzanne and Jack Socher Michelle and Gerry Smith Janean and David Sousa Laurie and Mark Woodward Sunshine Graphics Kristin and Tim Zanni June and Louie Tersini Kandra and Julian Vu Patrons Ann and Keith Walker Carol and Jeff Berg Viviane and Keith Walker Julie and Mark Cabrales Viviane and Galen Wong Anne and Richard Crowley Friends of Mitty Carey and Frank Lisowski Mary Burke McLarney Construction Kathleen Cote-Guarnieri and Hon. Risë and Ulysses Pichon Timothy Guanmieri Stewards Gwen and Steve Dorcich Sheila and Kevin MacLean Jenny and Todd Teresi Paula and Lawrence (Brandon) Wong

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Donna DeVincenzi-Coletti Leona Fails Diana and Ken Gendotti Judy and Jim Grunde Carolyn and Christopher Koehle Mickie Kugler Eileen and Fred Nervo Virginia and Fred Olenak Valerie and Harold Pestana Carmela and Ethan Robertson Ida Sheehan Julie and Kurt Wetzel Aida and Ernesto Zamora In-Kind Contributions A Catered Affair-The Changras Family Citti’s Florist Gloria Citti, Adrianna Citti Glascott, Chris Citti ‘76, Gary Citti ‘69, Justin Citti ‘02 Crystal Geyser by C.G. Roxane Joseph George Wines Perrucci Family Vineyards The Pasta Market - The Collins Family Advertisers Alain Pinel RealtorsCyndi Stewart & Dana Rogers-Burns California Closets The Caputo Family Mike D’Ambrosio ‘04, Real Estate Professional Mr. and Mrs. Rafael De La Cruz, Jr. DeMattei Construction Gallagher, Reddy, & Jones Mr. Robert Griswold and Dr. Jenny Griswold Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray National Mailing Services, Inc. The Party Helpers Mr. Brian Ruf and Mrs. Marnie MacMillan Dr. and Mrs. Kazuya Uyesugi


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Proceeds to benefit the IMAGINE CAMPAIGN in support of the construction of the new STEM building and student commons.


mitty auction The Mitty Auction made a return trip to Levi’s Stadium on April 30, 2016. Hosted by the Archbishop Mitty Parent Association, the evening was chaired by Dianna Chew and Kimberly Moore. They led a dedicated group of parent and alumni parent volunteers who worked tirelessly to make the Mitty Auction a great success. Guests began the evening in the Yahoo Club bidding on silent auction items ranging from sports memorabilia to Beyoncé tickets to rare bottles of wine. The focus of the evening was on home: as Executive Director of Advancement Mason Kimont noted, “Being a Monarch is being at home…we have all experienced this community in various ways, and we are all better for it.” Motivating individuals to make Mitty a place to call home for students who might not otherwise have the opportunity, Mason encouraged those in attendance to participate in the Fund-a-Need which specifically supports the Archbishop Mitty financial aid program and provides direct, immediate aid to deserving students. Guests listened as students shared their experience of Mitty as home and generous benefactors abounded. In a matter of minutes, the Fund-a-Need raised over $95,000, making Archbishop Mitty a reality for more students. After dinner, auctioneer Carl Silva kept the evening animated with a live auction that included the Aaron Gordon basketball package, trips to Jackson Hole and Maui, stunning bracelets that had bidders going back and forth, more Beyoncé and Kenny Chesney tickets, and the ever-popular front-row-seats-graduation package. Overall, the evening was a rousing success, bringing in over $220,000 to aid students attending Archbishop Mitty. The Archbishop Mitty community is grateful to the many businesses, individuals, and supporters who contributed and underwrote the Mitty Auction. All proceeds raised support the Imagine Campaign and the Direct Aid Fund. Save the date for next year’s Mitty Auction, which will be held on April 29, 2017 at Club Auto Sport in San Jose.

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Boulder Ridge Broadway By the Bay Broadway San Jose Buck’s of Woodside The Bulleit Experience at Stitzel-Weller Buoncristiani Family Winery California Closets Calypso St. Barth Camp Cardinale Campo di Bocce A Catered Affair Cheesecake Factory Inc. Children’s Discovery Museum Children’s Musical Theatre of San Jose Cinnabar Hills Golf Course

Citti’s Florist Classic Car Wash Clos La Chance Winery Cloud 9 Limousine Concannon Vineyard Cooper-Garrod Estates Vineyards Laura Coyne Etcetera Wardrobe Consultant Crepevine Willow Glen Crystal Ballroom Cucina Bambini CYW Photography Dave & Buster’s of Milpitas Deja & Co Destination Science


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San Jose Earthquakes San Jose Giants San Jose Improv San Jose Sharks Santa Clara County Fire Department - Cupertino Station Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Dept. Santa Cruz Bicycles Santa Clara Marriott Hotel Santa Cruz Dream Inn Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association Saratoga Chocolates Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards Savory Kitchen Seymour Marine Discovery Center Shadowbrook Sharks Ice Sharks Sports and Entertainment Sierra Nevada Recreation Corp Silicon Valley Capital Club Silver Creek Country Club Silver Creek Sportplex Skinspirit Skincare Clinic & Spa Sky High Sports Sonoma Raceway Soquel Vineyards Soul Pilates Spritz Marketing LLC Steamers Grillhouse Steve & Kate’s Camp Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon Storrs Winery and Vineyards Strike Brewing Co. Susan J. Weiand Photography Susie Cakes Sweet Pea Prints Symphony Silicon Valley The Table Restaurant Tahoe Donner Association The Tech Museum of Innovation Timber & Salt The TopSpin Tuxedo Fashions

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Dolce Hotels and Resorts Hayes Mansion doTERRA Eagle Ridge Golf Eight Bridges Brewing Co. Elexia Losada Massage Therapy Elite of San Jose Etcetera Excel Test Prep Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco The Fish Market Fishwife Restaurant Fleur De Cocoa Flexjet Bombadier Fontanetti’s Fotos by T Freeline Surf Shop Fulfillment Systems Inc. Galileo Learning Garden Theatre Barber Shop Get Back JoJo Gilroy Gardens Glow By Helia Golfland USA Grassi Wine Co. Guglielmo Winery Happy Hollow Park and Zoo Hardcastle Auto Body & Paint Harrah’s and Harvey’s Lake Tahoe Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Henry’s Hi-Life Herff Jones Hermitage Brewing Company Hiller Aviation Institute Hilton Santa Cruz/Scotts Valley Hobee’s The Home Party Butler Icing on the Cake Impact Training In-N-Out Burger J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Jack Rose Libation House Joseph George Wines Kiss Up and Make Up


mitty auction The Vacuum Store in Los Gatos Valencia Howard Photography Vena’s Skin and Body Treatments Villa Creek Paso Robles Willow Glen Home & Garden Winchester Mystery House Wine Road-Northern Sonoma County The Wooden Horse X-Treme Athletics Zanotto’s ZD Wines LLC Auction Underwriters, Sponsors, and Advertisers

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Joseph J. Albanese, Inc. Mrs. Maureen (Loftus ‘92) and Mr. Adam Anderson Applebee’s Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc. Burdick Painting Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia Ms. Katherine Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Kris Chellam Dianna and Lewis Chew Ms. Beth Cintas Mrs. Brenda (Broadus ‘84) and Mr. Shawn Chizanskos Mr. and Mrs. David Condensa Gwen and Steve Dorcich Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Ms. Lolita Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gendotti Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Ms. Diane Hunt Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. and Mrs. Mason Kimont

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Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Kupka Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lisowski Mr. and Mrs. Eric Madia Mr. and Ms. Thomas Martell Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jeff V. Moore Ms. Heidi Negendank Mr. and Mrs. John Oosterhouse Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins Ruth and Going, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Salkeld Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Elizabeth Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Smith Steinberg Architects Dr. and Mrs. Don Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Eric Yamasaki Mr. and Mrs. Rick Williams Auction Individual Donors

Mr. Philip Adame and Mrs. DeAnna McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. J-D Allegrucci Mr. and Mrs. John Beahm Ms. Amy Becker ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Keith Burns Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia Mr. Gregory Catcott and Ms. Lou Woodburycatcott Mr. and Mrs. Robert Changras Dianna and Lewis Chew Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowley Gwen and Steve Dorcich Mr. Sundeep Dugar, Ph.D. and Dr. Cathy Angell Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fernandes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. John Franza Mr. and Mrs. Mark Freschi

Ms. Lolita Garcia Mrs. Amy (Goerges ‘94) and Mr. Steve Giachetti Mr. and Ms. Kent Goodin Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Grady Mr. Ben Han and Ms. Helen Wong Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger ‘85 Mr. Colin Harter Mr. Kirk Huddleston and Mrs. Carol Francavilla Mr. and Mrs. Zahid Hussain Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. Jerry Jenson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Koehle Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kriens Mr. and Mrs. Keith Laton, CPA John Lillie Charles L. Meng Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore GJ Moore Mr. Kevin Moore ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Mosko Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray Tom Myers Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Nees Mr. and Mrs. James Nordin Mr. and Mrs. Tim Palacios Mr. and Mrs. George Quinn Mr. and Mrs. James T. Quittner Cathy Raice Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ricci Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ridder Mr. Rob Roskopp and Mrs. Lepa Galeb-Roskopp Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sandoval Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Mr. Richard Silverman and Ms. Mary Spagnol Elizabeth Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Smith


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Ms. Kathy Almazol Mr. and Mrs. Michael Aymar Mr. and Mrs. Prakash Babu Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baylis Mr. Anthony Branco Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brosnan Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell Mr. Ben Caputo ‘93 Ms. Katherine Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Rob Chan Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chance Hon. Cindy Chavez and Mr. Mike Potter ‘84 Dianna and Lewis Chew Mr. Ryan Chew ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Collier Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowley Mr. and Mrs. John B. DiNapoli Gwen and Steve Dorcich Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fobar Mr. and Ms. Kent Goodin Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Mr. and Mrs. Stephan P. Guttman Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Helmer Mr. Kirk Huddleston and Mrs. Carol Francavilla

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Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. and Mrs. Mason Kimont Mr. and Mrs. Sath Krishnamurthy Mr. and Mrs. Jim LeSage Mr. and Mrs. Michael Liddle Mrs. Rose Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mahoney Mr. and Ms. Thomas Martell Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moore Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mulcahy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mullaney Mr. and Mrs. Dan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Noriega Mr. and Mrs. John Oosterhouse Mr. and Mrs. Erick Ortega Mr. Bruce Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ramirez John and Brenda Robbins Mr. and Mrs. William Robowski Mr. and Mrs. John Rodman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rohde Ms. Ashley Rule ‘03 Ms. Carrie Rule Ms. Jennifer Salmon Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Kate and Jim Slevin Mrs. Paula Smith Mr. Sorin Spanoche and Ms. Andrea Cosmin Mr. and Mrs. David Tang Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tillmann Mr. and Mrs. Mark Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Issac Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Josh Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mark Woodward Cheryl and Todd Young

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Ms. Monica (Winters ‘00) and Mr. Derek Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tobin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tso Mr. and Mrs. Jon Umene Mr. and Mrs. David (‘79) Vachon Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Waite Mr. and Mrs. Eric Yamasaki


alumni & friends golf tournament The 28th Annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament was held on May 9, 2016 at the Cinnabar Hills Golf Club. On a day that was noteworthy for its great weather, more than 220 players participated, with alumni representation from 29 graduating classes. The event raised in excess of $50,000.  Proceeds from the event benefit the Archbishop Mitty Alumni Scholarship Endowment, providing book scholarships to deserving young men and women at Archbishop Mitty. Over the past four years, more than 597 students have benefited from this endowment. 2016 Alumni & Friends

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Tournament Planning Committee

Tournament Underwriters

Pin Flag Sponsor

Steve Bailess Angelica Bangle Ed Bangle Robert Blickenstaff ’71 Brenda (Broadus ’84) Chizanskos Shawn Chizanskos Kelly Dale Marty Dale ’82 Jim Downey Chris Enfantino ’77 Randy George ’82 Steve Gera Jr. ’68 Matty Hrncir Mark Jansen Grace Johnson Daniel Juliano Patricia Kelner Colleen Lavery Terry Marshall Claire Martell Tom Martell Ernesto Moreno Pauline Mount David Murdock Stacey Napolitano Ray Nasmeh Dave Parrott ’78 Monica Perez Carmela Robertson Ethan Robertson Brett Schuster Mike Shum Jason Smith Roseanne (Lipari ’87) Smith Glenn Tsukamoto Dave Vachon ’79 Marguerite Vachon Geoff Yeager

Devcon Environmental Systems Inc. Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Chris Enfantino ‘77 Tracey (Bresniker ‘79) and Gene Enfantino ‘79

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The Jahncke Family Double Eagle Sponsors

Joseph J. Albanese Inc. – Dan McHale ’90 Charlie’s Home Fashion, Campbell McLarney Construction The Mlnarik Law Group, Inc. Roof Structures Inc. Eagle Sponsors

Art’s Sheet Metal Manufacturing Dan Caputo Co. Stevens Creek Toyota and Stevens Creek VW Trane Company Birdie Sponsor

Central Coast Kids & Families Cinnabar Winery The Smith and Lipari Family Par Sponsors

The Bailess Family – Alexander ‘16 The Dawson Family – Logan ‘18 HNTB Corporation Oak Meadow Real Estate Services The Tsukamoto Family – Kevin ’11 & Ryan ’14

Premium Hole Sponsors

Campbell’s Towing – Joe Scarff ’81 The Gera Family Hansen Insurance Henry’s Hi-Life Heritage Bank of Commerce – Roxanne (Stringari ’74) Vane Intero Real Estate Services – Mike D’Ambrosio ’04 J. Thomas Realty – Jim Downey Pfahnl & Hunt Accounting Corp. Pfeiffer Electric Rocky † & Marian Vachon The Saunders Family – Joanne Saunders ’98 Smart Tuition SupplyWorks – Robert Blickenstaff ’71 Hole Sponsors

Aftermath Construction Audio Video Installation & Design – Tom Pardini ’73 Tommy Baumel & Family Jake (‘92) and Robin (Jeffers ‘92) Caputo Pat and Jim Cargnoni California Janitorial Supply Corp. – Michael Chiappe ’75 Coldwell Banker – Jim and Katie (‘08) Galli Consolidated Engineering Laboratories The McClung Family – Kelsey ’13 & Kendall ’15 Old Castle Precast PABCO Parrott Construction – Dave Parrott ’78 Pirotta Financial Services – Steve Pirotta ’73 Princeton Capital


Save the Date

29th Annual Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament

Buffalo Wild Wings Busch Vending Crystal Geyser Dolce Bella Golfsmith Gordon Biersch Neto’s Market & Grill The Party Helpers Signs Now Live Auction Donors

AMHS Golf Committee Members Cloud 9 Limousines The Downey Family Devin Good ’83 & Family Sean Kelly PABCO Andy Pecota Dave Roberson ’80 Karen Steele Trail Dust The Vachon Family – Dave ’79, Marguerite, Michael ’03 and Heather ’06

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AMHS Class of ‘78 Dave Parrott, Kevin Walsh, Cecilia Campa, & Keith Walters Ed and Angelica Bangle Beach Hut Deli CB Hannegan’s Cinnabar Hills Golf Club Cowgirl Classics E16 Wine Company Environmental Systems, Inc. – Mrs. Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Mr. Chris (‘77) Enfantino Mrs. Tracey (Bresniker ‘79) Enfantino and Mr. Eugene (‘79) Enfantino Ernesto Moreno Giorgio’s and Frankie, Johnny, & Luigi Too! Grace Johnson The Home Depot Jewel Box Morgan Hill Jim Downey Jim Veroulis Joseph George Wines Julia Duren Leathergoods Kevin Moore ‘82 Lolita Garcia Mariani’s Inn & Restaurant Mission City Grill Opa! OpenDNS Original Joe’s Palacio Restaurant Pruneridge Golf Club Honorable Richard J. Loftus San Jose Barracuda San Jose Sharks

Brett Schuster Silver Creek Valley Country Club Sonoma Raceway TiVo Uncorked The Villages Golf and Country Club VIVA Los Gatos

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donors to Archbishop mitty In-Kind Gifts

Through our individual gifts of time, talent, and treasure, we as a community are providing our students with the best college preparatory experience imaginable. Each year, Archbishop Mitty receives tangible gifts of personal property, equipment, and services, which add to the quality of life at the school. A special thanks to the In-Kind donors who have made gifts during the 2015-2016 school year.

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Ace Hardware - Payless Nursery Mr. Philip Adame and Mrs. DeAnna McDaniel Adventure Car Sailing Charters AJ Tutoring JJ Albanese Mr. and Mrs. J-D Allegrucci All Good Driving School Aloft Santa Clara Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria Amir H. Mozaffarian, Fine Jewelers APIS Floral Aqui’s Grill and Bar Athletic Performance Dr. and Mrs. Ed Bangle Mr. and Mrs. Mark Barnard Barre 3 The Basin - Saratoga Beach Hut Deli Mr. and Mrs. John Beahm Beau Wine Tours Ms. Amy Becker ‘14 Bella James Benefit Los Gatos Ms. Lauren F. Bevilacqua ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Robert (‘71) Blickenstaff The Blue Door Boulder Ridge Broadway By the Bay Broadway San Jose Buck’s of Woodside Buffalo Wild Wings The Bulleit Experience at Stitzel-Weller Buoncristiani Family Winery Burdick Paint Mr. and Mrs. Keith Burns Busch Vending Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia California Closets Calypso St. Barth Camp Cardinale

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Campo di Bocce Mr. Gregory Catcott and Ms. Lou Woodbury Catcott A Catered Affair CB Hannegan’s Cheesecake Factory Inc. Dianna and Lewis Chew Children’s Discovery Museum Children’s Musical Theatre of San Jose Mrs. Brenda (Broadus ‘84) and Mr. Shawn Chizanskos Cinnabar Hills Golf Course Cinnabar Winery Citti’s Florist Classic Car Wash Clos La Chance Winery Cloud 9 Limosines Coast Building Products Concannon Vineyard Cooper-Garrod Estates Vineyards Cowgirl Classics Ms. Laura Coyne Crepevine Willow Glen Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowley Crystal Ballroom Cucina Bambini CYW Photography Mr. and Mrs. Martin (‘82) Dale Dave & Buster’s of Milpitas Deja & Co Della Maggiore Destination Science Dolce Bella Chocolate Cafe Dolce Hotels and Resorts - Hayes Mansion Gwen and Steve Dorcich doTERRA Mrs. Joan (Russell ‘77) and Mr. James Downey Mr. Sundeep Dugar, Ph.D. and Dr. Cathy Angell E16 Wine Company Eagle Ridge Golf Eight Bridges Brewing Co. Elexia Losada Massage Therapy Elite of San Jose Mrs. Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Mr. Chris (‘77) Enfantino Environmental Systems Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans Excel Test Prep Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fernandes Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco The Fish Market Fishwife Restaurant Fleur De Cocoa Flexjet Bombadier Fontanetti’s


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Julia Duren Leather Goods Sean Kelly Kiss and Makeup Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Koehle Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kriens Kyoto Palace Laser Quest Mr. and Mrs. Keith Laton, CPA Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lavery Law Estates Wine John Lillie Lion Heart Wines Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot Hon. Richard and Mrs. Karen Loftus, Jr. Los Alamitos Race Track Los Gatos Rowing Club Lost In Paris Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Lunardi’s Market Marianni’s Inn and Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Terry Marshall Mr. and Ms. Thomas Martell Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Charles L. Meng Michael Merrill Design Studio Mio Vicino Misahara Mission City Creamery Mission City Grill Mod Pizza GJ Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore Mr. Kevin Moore ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Moreno Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Mosko Mount Hermon Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Mr. and Mrs. David Murdock, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray Tom Myers Nail Elegance Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Nees Neto’s Market & Grill Mr. and Mrs. James Nordin Nutrishop San Jose Mr. James O’Brien and Ms. Marina Donovan O’Donnell Plaster O’Neill Yacht Company Oakland Athletics Baseball Old Faithful Geyser of CA Opa! OpenDNS

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Fotos by T Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. John Franza Freeline Surf Shop Mr. and Mrs. Mark Freschi Frietas 238, Inc. Fulfillment Systems Inc. Galileo Learning Ms. Lolita Garcia Garden Theatre Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Steve (‘68) Gera, Jr. Get Back JoJo Mrs. Amy (Goerges ‘94) and Mr. Steve Giachetti Gilroy Gardens Glow By Helia Golfland USA Golfsmith Mr. Devin L. Good ‘83 Mr. and Ms. Kent Goodin Mrs. Judy (Poe ‘76) and Mr. Glenn Goodson Gordon Biersch Brewing Company Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Grady Grassi Wine Co. Guglielmo Winery Mr. Ben Han and Ms. Helen Wong Mr. and Mrs. Matt Haniger (‘85) Happy Hollow Park and Zoo Hardcastle Auto Body & Paint Harrah’s and Harvey’s Lake Tahoe Colin Harter Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Henry’s Hi-Life Herff Jones Hermitage Brewing Company Hiller Aviation Institute Hilton Santa Cruz/Scotts Valley Hobee’s The Home Depot The Home Party Butler Mr. and Mrs. Milan Hrncir Mr. Kirk Huddleston and Mrs. Carol Francavilla Icing on the Cake Impact Training In-N-Out Burger J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Jack Rose Libation House Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jansen Jerry Jenson Jewel Box Hill Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Johnson Joseph George Wines


donors to Archbishop mitty

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Opus 1 Music Studio Orange Theory Orchard City Garden Supply Original Joe’s Otterbox PABCO Building Products LLC Pacific Bay Masonry Paintballtickets.com Palacio Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Tim Palacios Paragon Mechanical The Party Helpers The Pasta Market Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pecota Mr. and Mrs. Andres Perez Mrs. Erin (O’Connell ‘81) Perrucci and Mr. Gregory Perrucci Philz Coffee Picchetti Winery Pier 39 Pizza Chicago Pizza My Heart Plantronics, Inc. Prestige Portraits by LifeTouch Pruneridge Golf Club Pure Barre Mr. and Mrs. George Quinn Mr. and Mrs. James T. Quittner Cathy Raice Reynolds Family Winery Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ricci Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ridder Ridge Vineyards Mr. and Mrs. David (‘80) Roberson Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Robertson Rock Bottom Resturant and Brewery Roof Structures, Inc. Rosedale Inn Pacific Grove Salon Mesh Sam’s Bar-B-Que San Jose Earthquakes San Jose Giants San Jose Improv San Jose Sharks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sandoval Santa Clara County Fire DepartmentCupertino Station Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office Santa Clara Marriott Hotel Santa Cruz Bicycles Santa Cruz Dream Inn Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association

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Saratoga Chocolates Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards Savory Kitchen Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schrotenboer Mr. Brett Schuster and Ms. Kathy Dydynski Seymour Marine Discovery Center Shadowbrook Sharks Ice Sharks Sports and Entertainment Sierra Nevada Recreation Corp Silicon Valley Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley Capital Club Silver Creek Country Club Silver Creek Sportplex Mr. Richard Silverman and Ms. Mary Spagnol Skinspirit Skincare Clinic & Spa Sky High Sports Elizabeth Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Smith Sonoma Raceway Soquel Vineyards SOS Steel Soul Pilates Spacetone Acoustics Spritz Marketing LLC Steamers Grillhouse Karen Steele Steve & Kate’s Camp Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon Storrs Winery and Vineyards Strike Brewing Co. Susan J. Weiand Photography Susie Cakes Sweet Pea Prints Symphony Silicon Valley The Table Restaurant Tahoe Donner Assoc. Mrs. Monica (Winters ‘00) and Mr. Derek Taylor The Tech Museum Of Innovation Timber & Salt TiVo Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tobin The TopSpin Trail Dust BBQ Trim Tech Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tso Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y. Tsukamoto Tuxedo Fashions Mr. and Mrs. Jon Umene Uncorked Mr. and Mrs. David (‘79) Vachon The Vacuum Store in Los Gatos


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Mrs. Stacy (Leigh ‘90) and Mr. Mike Amicarelli Mrs. Edrice Angry ‘84 Mrs. Kimberly (Martin ‘01) Boettner Mr. David (‘71) and Mrs. Adrianne (Van Dyk ‘73) Brown Mr. Joe Brunetto, Sr. and Mrs. Hoa Le Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cabrales Mr. and Mrs. Dario Calia Ms. Katherine Caputo Ms. Clara Carrasco Mr. Steven Cary ‘03 Hon. Cindy Chavez and Mr. Mike Potter ‘84 Dianna and Lewis Chew Mr. Ryan Chew ‘11 Mrs. Debbie (Gaskell ‘87) and Mr. Dale Coldiron Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Connolly Dr. and Mrs. John Cottingham Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey (‘74) Cronin Mr. Michael J. D’Ambrosio ‘04 Ms. Jennifer Ferrari ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Marte Formico, III Mrs. Cassandra (Call ‘04) Garcia Mrs. Amy (Goerges ‘94) and Mr. Steve Giachetti Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gigantino, Jr. Mrs. Julie Ann (Gillespie ‘97) Hedrick Mrs. Latanya (Johnson ‘92) and Mr. John Hilton

2015

Direct Aid donations are used in the same year that they are received and directly benefit families who are in most need of assistance. Archbishop Mitty is committed to providing an enriched education to all deserving students who seek it. For many, our Direct Aid program is the only avenue for them to attend. A special thanks to the direct aid donors who made gifts during the 2015-2016 school year.

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Mr. and Mrs. Bret Hoefler Ms. Sarah Janigian and Mr. Scott Herhold Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jordan, Jr. Mr. Richard Keit and Ms. Ruani Weerakoon Mr. and Mrs. Mason Kimont Mr. Philip Kleinheinz ‘69 Mrs. Amy (Choice ‘86) and Dr. Damon Korb Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kriens Mr. Ronald La France and Ms. Melissa Greene Mr. and Mrs. Chok Lam Mr. Richard Lang and Mrs. Ling Ling Chow Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lemak Ms. Laura Liccardo ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Madia Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marella, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Philip McCabe Mrs. Randi (Ratra ‘89) and Mr. William Melo, Sr. Monica Mills ‘08 Mrs. Justine (Giacomini ‘94) Mobeck Mrs. Erin (Haniger ‘80) and Mr. Michael Mulcahy Mr. and Mrs. Joey Nagase Mr. Aukai Ng ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. James Olsen, Jr. Ms. Karin (Leigh ‘86) and Mr. Jeff Olson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pestana Ms. Johanna L. Pfeiffer ‘07 Mr. Patrick Pierce ‘69 Ms. Megan R. Pitzen ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pragastis Mr. Marvin Quant and Mrs. Ana Lau-Quant Mr. and Mrs. George Quinn Mr. Rameshbabu Raghupathy and Mrs. Ramani Rameshbabu Ms. Cindy Relfe† ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Remaker Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rintala, Jr. Ms. Breann Robowski ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt Ms. Carol Scott and Ms. Helen Gengras Mr. and Mrs. Henry Serpa Mrs. Danielle (Fargher ‘98) Shaw The Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sobrato Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sobrato Mrs. Jeanne (Verschuur ‘81) Szoboszlay Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turk Mr. and Ms. Jim Unruh Mr. and Mrs. Sunil Vallamkonda Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (‘85) Viano Ms. Aimee Williams ‘02 Mr. Brent Younger ‘11 Deceased†

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Valencia Howard Photography Vena’s Skin and Body Treatments Mr. Jim Veroulis Villa Creek Paso Robles The Villages Golf and Country Club VIVA Los Gatos Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Waite Willow Glen Home & Garden Winchester Mystery House Wine Road-Northern Sonoma County The Wooden Horse X-Treme Athletics Mr. and Mrs. Eric Yamasaki Zanotto’s ZD Wines LLC


donors to Archbishop mitty Matching Gift Companies

Many corporations support private secondary education by matching a donor’s gift, often as much as two or three times the original contribution. A special thanks to those companies who matched gifts contributed by Archbishop Mitty donors during the 2015-2016 school year.

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Abbott Laboratories AbbVie Adobe Systems, Inc. AIG Matching Grants Program Altera Corporation Fund Apple, Inc. Applied Materials, Inc. Bank of America Bank of the West BD (Becton, Dickinson and Co.) Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Cadence Design Systems Cisco Systems, Inc. Cross Land Surveying, Inc. Dolby Laboratories, Inc. Dolphin Technology, Inc. eBay F5 Networks, Inc. Google Heller Consulting Hewlett-Packard Company IBM Matching Grants The Intel Foundation The Intuit Foundation Juniper Networks Kaiser Permanente The KLA Tencor Foundation Microsoft The Northrop Grumman Foundation Nvidia Oracle Pfizer Foundation PG&E Rambus, Inc. Robert Half International Salesforce.com Foundation Samsung Electronics North America SanDisk Corporation SAP The Sobrato Family Foundation State Farm Companies Fnd. Synopsys

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Silicon Valley Community Foundation The VMware Foundation The Wells Fargo Foundation Xilinx, Inc. Yahoo Businesses, Corporations & Foundations

Archbishop Mitty is grateful to the businesses, corporations, and foundations who generously supported the school with financial contributions during the 2015-2016 school year. A/J Golf Car Center Abbott Laboratories AbbVie Adobe Systems, Inc. Aftermath Construction AIG Matching Grants Program Altera Corporation Fund Apple, Inc. Applied Materials, Inc. Art’s Sheet Metal Mfg. Audio Video Installation & Design Bank of America Bank of the West BD (Becton, Dickinson and Co.) Boras Family Foundation Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. Cadence Design Systems Campbell’s Towing Central Coast Kids & Families Cisco Systems, Inc. Coldwell Banker - Jim and Katie Galli Comerica Bank The Corbalis Family Foundation Cross Land Surveying, Inc. Dan Caputo Co. The Dan Fitzgerald Memorial Basketball Tournament DeMattei Construction Devcon Construction Dolphin Technology, Inc. eBay ENS Technology LLC Environmental Systems, Inc. Ernest E. Pestana Charitable Foundation, Inc. eScrip F5 Networks, Inc. Fulcrum Builders, Inc.


The Silicon Valley Community Foundation Silicon Valley Sales Smart Tuition Specialty A/C Products, Inc. State Farm Companies Foundation Stations Stevens Creek Toyota Stevens Creek Volkswagen Sunshine Graphics Synopsys Silicon Valley Community Foundation Target The Titinger Family Foundation Toyota Sunnyvale United Way of Silicon Valley The James A. Unruh Family Foundation The VMware Foundation The Wells Fargo Foundation Xilinx, Inc. Yahoo The Campaign for Archbishop Mitty High School

Archbishop Mitty is grateful to those who continued their support of the school through contributions to The Campaign for Archbishop Mitty during the 2015-2016 school year.

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Mr. David (‘71) and Mrs. Adrianne (Van Dyk ‘73) Brown Gwen and Steve Dorcich Mrs. Linda Dorian-Glynn Mrs. Rose Lopez

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Gagliasso Trucking Gallagher, Reedy & Jones Google Heller Consulting Heritage Bank of Commerce Hewlett-Packard Company HNTB Corporation IBM Matching Grants The Intel Foundation The Intuit Foundation Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Juniper Networks Kaiser Permanente The KLA Tencor Foundation KPMG LLP McLarney Construction, Inc. Microsoft The Mlnarik Law Group, Inc. Morgan Stanley Dean Witter National Mailing Services, Inc National Philanthropic Trust The Northrop Grumman Foundation Nvidia Oak Meadow Real Estate Services Oracle PABCO Building Products LLC Pacific Helix Distributing Pepsi Bottling Group Pfahnl & Hunt Accountancy Corporation Pfeiffer Electric Pfizer Foundation PG&E Pirotta Financial Services Premier Off-Campus Textbooks Princeton Capital Quality Engineering, Inc. Raley’s Food Source Rambus, Inc. RMJ Apparel Robert Half International Salesforce.com Foundation Samsung Electronics North America The San Francisco Forty-Niner Foundation SanDisk Corporation The Sandwich Spot SAP Save Mart Supermarkets The Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation


archbishop mitty heritage circle The Archbishop Mitty Heritage Circle is comprised of alumni, parents of current students, parents of alumni, and friends of Archbishop Mitty High School who have made a provision for the school by means of a planned gift. These special donors help to secure the financial future of Archbishop Mitty by taking steps, through their wills or estate documents, to create family and individual endowments. A portion of their estate will be set aside for a special fund that will generate much needed financing for Archbishop Mitty programs and scholarships. This unique giving vehicle is the greatest of all gifts as it allows many future Monarchs to enjoy the superior Catholic college preparatory education. The following is a list of individuals who have made the school aware of such a provision as of June 30, 2016.

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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams Ms. Bonnie Blackwell Mr. Mark Burns ‘78 Mrs. Robin (Jeffers ‘92) and Mr. Jacob (‘92) Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curthoys Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence deAngelis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Mr. Joe Guerra Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Helland Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ignatius Mr. and Mrs. Richard Justice Mrs. Michelle (Lisk ‘86) and Mr. Kevin Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael (‘77) Linney Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Madej Ms. Juliette Bettencourt and Mr. Richard Moore Dr. and Mrs. Dale Nesbitt Dr. and Mrs. Gerry Parker Mr. Stephen Prater ‘72 Ms. Suanne Ramar and Mr. Steve Kottmeier Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reitsma Ms. Cindy Relfe† ‘77 The Martha and Philip Sanfilippo Trust Mr. and Mrs. John Sorci, Jr. The Syncopation Trust Mr. and Mrs. John Tower Mrs. Roxanne (Stringari ‘74) Vane Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whelan Deceased †

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memorials

corporate internship program

In Memory of Catherine Malone ‘76

The Corporate Internship Program offers a unique opportunity for Archbishop Mitty students to gain valuable experience in corporate and professional workplaces throughout the Silicon Valley.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malone In Memory of Dan Fitzgerald

The Dan Fitzgerald Memorial Basketball Tournament In Memory of George and Evan Figone

Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan In Memory of James McDonald

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Baker Mr. and Mrs. Bernerd Ford Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hegeman Phillip Livengood Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marolda Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald Ms. Lorraine D. Miller Ms. Anne K. Newell Ms. Eleanor A. O’Bryon Mr. and Mrs. William Perry Mr. Charles Purdy and Ms. Molly McDonald Ms. Marjorie R. Summerville Ms. Helene Wardlaw Mr. and Mrs. David Zirl

Created in 1998 under the leadership and guidance of the Archbishop Mitty Board of Regents, this program is designed to provide educational opportunities outside of the traditional classroom. Since 1998, over 50 Silicon Valley companies have participated in this program, and over 400 students have benefited from the superb work experience. The internship program provides students a means of financial support and important experiences that enhance their college resumes. Corporate participants for 2015-2016 included Cloudera, Power Personnel, Dr. Beverly Witham, and the law offices of Blakely, Sokoloff, Taylor, and Zafman. We are grateful for your support of Archbishop Mitty.

In Memory of Javier Andueza ‘98

Juanita Andueza Dina Bettinsoli Mr. and Mrs. David Elu Mr. Mike J. Garvey In Memory of Mona Payne

2016

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Milligan Ms. Debra Milner Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Novotney Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Terry Shires In Memory of Nancy Judas Braatz

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Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Scates

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In Memory of Norbert Koller


endowing our future An endowment fund is the restricted capital that provides a permanent source of income for Archbishop Mitty High School. The principal is invested in a disciplined manner, and the earnings and investment appreciation are channeled back into the fund. This allows the endowment to grow over time and become a source of long-term support that can be maintained permanently. Endowments provide much needed funding for families who might not otherwise be able to afford a Catholic college preparatory education; they also provide funding for the programs and services from which all Archbishop Mitty students benefit. We continue our fundraising efforts towards “endowing our future” as we work to successfully achieve the $20 million goal of The Campaign for Archbishop Mitty. There are three types of endowment funds at Archbishop Mitty: Scholarship Endowment Fund

Investment earnings from this fund provide financial assistance to students with demonstrated financial need. Named scholarship opportunities begin with a gift or pledge of $10,000 or more. A scholarship is considered fully funded (providing the median AMHS financial aid award) when it reaches $50,000.  Program Endowment Fund

Investment earnings from this fund assist curricular and co-curricular programs at Archbishop Mitty. Named program endowment opportunities begin with a gift or pledge of $10,000. The amount required to fully fund program endowments varies, depending on the operating budget of each program.  General Endowment Fund

Investment earnings from this fund supplement the school’s annual operating budget, helping to offset the gap between tuition and the actual cost of educating a student at Archbishop Mitty. Named general endowment opportunities begin with a gift or pledge of $10,000. Those wishing to take part in The Campaign for Archbishop Mitty by establishing their own endowment or by contributing to existing endowments at any giving level should contact Mr. Mason Kimont, Executive Director for Advancement, at (408) 342-4260.

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Archbishop Mitty Campus Ministry Program Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. Tomix Alvaro Mrs. Susan Amouroux Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ayala Mrs. Alice Barraza Mr. and Mrs. William Battaglia ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bearie Mr. and Mrs. John Beck Ms. Dorothy Blanco Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blecka Mrs. Margaret Bradley Mr. Anthony Branco Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bray Mr. James Burden ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. James Burden Ms. Sylvia Busch Mr. and Mrs. William Byrnes Ms. Katherine Caputo Mrs. Betty Carmody Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castellano Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Castrillo Mr. and Mrs. Roy Caudill Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Collins Mr. Michael Conroy Ms. Marcie (Loher ‘77) Conroy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corbalis Mr. and Mrs. John Cordell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Coronado

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Ms. Aileen Casanave ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. David Elu Mrs. Kathleen Purdy Mr. Scott Zimmerman

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Mr. Joseph Antuzzi, Jr. ‘68 Mark Hisayuki Aochi ‘08 Mrs. Mija (Yen) Brush ‘85 Mrs. Robin (Jeffers ‘92) and Mr. Jake (‘92) Caputo Mr. Mike J. Garvey Mr. Jonathan Ikan ‘02 Mrs. Lauren (Sherburne ‘99) and Mr. Eli Kiedrowski Ms. Laura Lillibridge ‘99 Mr. and Ms. Victor Pappalardo Mrs. Laurie (Ghiorso ‘74) and Mr. Todd Sholl Ms. Monika Šola ‘01 Mr. Terence Sweeney ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Matt Williams ‘94

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crimi Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Damaso Mr. and Mrs. Manuel de Faria Ms. Barbara De Ojeda Mr. Michael Di Leo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dippel Mr. and Mrs. John Dullea Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Felipe Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fong Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Foti Mr. and Mrs. John Foxcroft Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fujczak Mr. and Mrs. Ernie M. Gabriel Mrs. Carolee Gannon Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garcia Mrs. Mary Gavin Mrs. Olga Gilligan Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glazzy Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gravelle Mr. and Mrs. David Gray Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregg Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hanson Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks Ms. Mary Hoang and Mr. Hong Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Janitski Ms. Ann Jones Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kalcic Mrs. Patricia Kelley Mrs. Etsuko Konieczki Mr. Kirk Kull and Ms. Jessica Viso-Kull Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lambert Mr. and Mrs. William LoConte Mr. and Mrs. Al Locsin Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long Mr. and Mrs. John Luis Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mayer Mrs. Eileen McAvoy Mrs. Barbara McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Michael McHale Mr. and Mrs. Rich Milano Mr. and Ms. Manuel Morgado Ms. Joan Moser Mr. and Mrs. Mario Mosunic Ms. Shannon Mullen-Lehman Mr. Michael Murray Fr. and Mrs. Nicholas Neyman Mr. Carl Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Abilio Nunes Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Kane Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olenak Mr. Gary Olimpia

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endowing our future Mr. and Mrs. George Omori Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell Mrs. Kathleen Purdy Mr. and Mrs. Hamid Rahnema Mrs. Pia Riparbelli Mr. John Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. James Santos Ms. Kathleen Schow Ms. Erma Schriver Mr. Hal Schumway and Mrs. Gloria Ballard Mrs. Ann Scott Mr. and Mrs. David Shea Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shipp Mr. and Mrs. Jim Skokan Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith Mrs. Paula Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jack Socher Mr. and Mrs. George Sousa Mr. Sorin Spanoche and Ms. Andrea Cosmin Mr. and Mrs. Ken Stahl Mr. Virgil Stanciu Dr. and Mrs. Don Stevenson Mrs. Janet (Corsiglia ‘82) and Mr. Don (‘83) Stevenson Ms. Beverly Stirling Mrs. Christa Sullivan Mrs. Jeanne (Verschuur ‘81) and Mr. Zoltan (‘78) Szoboszlay Mr. and Mrs. Don Tonelli Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wendt Mrs. D’Laine M. Zea Archbishop Mitty Faculty and Staff Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Asunsolo ‘85 Mr. David (‘71) and Mrs. Adrianne (Van Dyk ‘73) Brown Mrs. Linda Dorian-Glynn Mr. and Mrs. Steven Duquette Mr. Richard Howard and Ms. Petrona Arguello Mrs. Tien Menor Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wesmiller Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiepking Archbishop Mitty High School Scholarship AMHS annual report I 2015

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams Mr. Matthew Archibald and Ms. Tersa Lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Matt Baker Mr. and Mrs. Owen Baylis Mr. and Mrs. Mark Braatz Mrs. Lisa Bugajski Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castellano Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Donald Curtis

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Ms. Connie Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Bernerd Ford Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hegeman Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hintz Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Koehle Mr. Krzysztof Kozminski and Ms. Deborah Loeb Phillip Livengood Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marolda Mr. and Ms. Thomas Martell Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald Ms. Lorraine D. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Milligan Ms. Debra Milner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moul Ms. Anne K. Newell Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Novotney Ms. Eleanor A. O’Bryon Mr. and Mrs. David Olivo Mr. and Mrs. William Perry Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prescott Mr. Charles Purdy and Ms. Molly McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schenck Mr. and Mrs. Terry Shires Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick G. Sigman, III Mr. Thomas Skelton and Mrs. Claudia Galvan De Skelton Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith Ms. Robin G. Stall Ms. Marjorie R. Summerville Mrs. Laurie (Florczyk ‘92) and Mr. Greg Walker Ms. Helene Wardlaw Mr. and Mrs. David Zirl Archbishop Mitty Parent Association Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Dino Certa Archbishop Mitty Performing Arts Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Alvord Ms. Ellen Bloome Mr. Tim Brashear ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Decena Mr. David Del Fiugo ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Enman Mr. and Mrs. Mike Federwisch Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mrs. Margaret Goerges Mr. Timothy Guarnieri and Mrs. Kathleen Cote-Guarnieri Mrs. Deborah Hao Mr. and Mrs. John Heagerty Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Hoeke


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Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Jue Mr. Douglas Kernan and Ms. Laura Ipsen Ms. Whitney Larsen ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Larsen Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lewis Mr. John Longthon and Ms. Jennifer Nakata Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Payne Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pestana Ms. Deepali Prabhavalkar Mr. and Mrs. Joff Redfern Mr. and Mrs. William Skeet The Syncopation Trust Mr. Brent Younger ‘11 Archbishop Mitty Science Program Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. Sanjay Gupta Dr. and Mrs. Ha Le Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace Archbishop Mitty Service Immersion Program Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Campagna Ms. Lyn M. Mehe’ula ‘07 Archbishop Mitty Soccer Program Endowment

Mr. Brian Babcock ‘12 Mr. Steve Ernst ‘02 Mr. Orlando G. Villa ‘09 Archbishop Mitty Wrestling Program Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker Barbara McTighe Scholarship

Mrs. Barbara McTighe Brian Raschke Memorial Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Scates Cassandra Floyd ‘84 Memorial Scholarship

Ms. Lisa Anne Glazzy ‘84 Catherine Malone ‘76 Memorial Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malone Dan Fitzgerald Memorial Scholarship

Dorothy and Dan Caputo Family Scholarship

Ms. Katherine Caputo Mr. Ben Caputo ‘93 Eva and George Figone Memorial Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan Fr. Jim Mifsud, S.M. Memorial Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gera, Jr. ‘68 Gary Braia Kairos Program Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holt Ms. Katherine Oven General Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. John Beahm Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bose ‘79 eScrip Mr. and Mrs. John Finneran, III Mr. and Mrs. Ashutosh Mauskar Ms. Rosemary McCarthy ‘79 Raley’s Food Source Save Mart Supermarkets Ignatius Family Endowment for the Performing Arts

Ms. Melva Mack ‘79 Fr. Jack Russi, S.M. Memorial Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cauchi Joanne Gallucci Memorial Athletic Endowment

Mr. Scott Williams ‘96 Joe Francis Memorial Athletic Endowment

Mrs. Jan Francis The Jue Family Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Jue The June and Walt Haniger Memorial

Mr. Brent Younger ‘11 Katie Hatch Reich Memorial Scholarship

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Danny Fortune ‘00 Memorial Scholarship

Ms. Michaeline Correa ‘91 Mrs. Susan (Plant ‘90) Parks

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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Enman Mr. and Mrs. John Heagerty Mr. John Longthon and Ms. Jennifer Nakata Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Payne Mr. and Mrs. William Skeet Friend

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Ms. Ellen Bloome Mr. Tim Brashear ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Decena Mr. David Del Fiugo ‘88 Mrs. Margaret Goerges Mr. Timothy Guarnieri and Mrs. Kathleen Cote-Guarnieri Mrs. Deborah Hao Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Hoeke Ms. Whitney Larsen ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pestana Ms. Deepali Prabhavalkar Mr. Brent Younger ‘11

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Misha Burich, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. David Chang Dianna and Lewis Chew Citti Florist – Mrs. Gloria Citti Mr. Christopher Citti ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Gary (‘69) Citti Mr. Justin Citti ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Glascott Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cristina Mrs. Joan (Russell ‘77) and Mr. James Downey Mr. and Mrs. Mike Federwisch Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey V. Moore RS Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scott Sheathing Technologies Inc.Mr. Larry Polayes and Ms. Penny Herman-Polayes Mr. Hemantharaju Subbanna and Mrs. Srividhya Gopalan The Valley Foundation

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Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Alvord Mr. and Mrs. Wim Elfrink Mr. Douglas Kernan and Mrs. Laura Ipsen Dr. and Mrs. Randall Murray

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Brother Fien Volunteer Recognition Brother Herman J. Fien was a dedicated Marianist who devoted his entire life to God by teaching and serving others. From 1964 until his death in 1977, Brother Fien taught Modern Language at Archbishop Mitty High School. He worked tirelessly with the parents at Archbishop Mitty, particularly the volunteers, who gave of themselves in an effort to build community and spirit. Each year since his passing, the volunteers of Archbishop Mitty are honored in his name for their selfless dedication of time and energy on behalf of the school community. We are blessed with exceptionally dedicated men and women who, like Brother Fien, gave generously of their time, and their talents, without which we could not offer an Archbishop Mitty High School education. Their example of service and caring is volunteerism and education at its best.

Cecilia and Jeff Adachi Taunya Adams-Bailess and Steven Bailess Vanita and Jay (‘86) Aggarwal Lisa and Moises Aguilar Denise and Jeff Alvord Krishnan Anantheswaran and Shamita Tripathy Holly and Curtis Anderson Lisa and Curtis Anderson Teri and Stephen Archer Florence and Steven Arcolino Anjali and Prakash Babu Kristin and William Bailey Prenita and Binay Bajaj Esha and Pratheep Balasingam Jill and Michael Baldwinson Ali and Ban Ballou Vrinda and Dinesh Bangari Angelica and Ed Bangle Polly and Owen Baylis Aurelia and Curtis Bell Cynthia and Robert Bieber Diego Blanc and Maria Zoco Lisa and Robert Blickenstaff ‘71 Ellen Bloome Maria and Werner Brandt Nathan Wong and Karen Brighton Rona and Scott Brodrick Francisco Bueno and Lucy Vetter Bueno Lisa and Steven Butler Carol and Frank Cabri Wendy Cai and Roger Luo Roberta and John Caldwell

Cori and Sean Caldwell Wendy and Dario Calia Christine and Jose Camara Judy and Rafael Camarota Emily Campi ‘11 Jerie and Matt Campi ‘71 Helen and Sean Campion Jaymie and Felipe Caoili Kathleen and Lawrence Cargnoni Krista and Nathan Carter Cheryl and Timothy Cash Sim Casimiro Nina and Robert Chan Debbie and James Chang Dianna and Lewis Chew Brenda (Broadus ‘84) and Shawn Chizanskos Joseph Chizanskos ‘11 Kristine and Joseph Coglitore Alisha and Chris Collier Debbie and David Condensa Joan and Mitchell Conner Evanthia and Tasos Constantin Estelle and Ronald Coopersmith Joia and Bryan Cox Karin and Dennis Coyle Nida Crisostomo Sarah and Graham Curme Kelly and Martin Dale Marc Daniels Max Dapkus ‘11 Vian and Michael Davis Christina and Tim Deane Patti and Paul Decena Lia and Chuck Dennison

Lajuanda and Trueman Denny Maria DeVincenzi-Novak Gualalupe and Suhel Dhanani Natalie and Charles DiLisio Donna and Matt DiLorenzo Diem Cha Doan Joan (Russell ‘77) and Jim Downey Veronica and Gerald Downey Diane and Al Drewke Katrinna and Giovanni Ella Lisa (Meyer ‘80) and Chris (‘77) Enfantino Denise and Andrew Enman Ana and Martin Eppel Leslie and John Ericksen Sheri and Mark Farley Brigid Fenney-Sherry Maria and Francis Fernandes Isabel and Ferda Filiz Katharine and Keif Fitzgerald Ruth and Michael Fletcher Michele Fuller and Dale Flowers RoseMary and Rickey Fong Kathy and Gary Formica Linda and Marte Formico Allison and Jason Fox Mary Ann and George Fox Luana and Thorsten Freitag Elizabeth and Steve Friar Amy Fry ‘10 Yueping and Nigel Gallaher Hilda and Arturo Garcia Lolita Garcia Glen Garfunkel and Rosa Maria Gordillo Garfunkel Shelly and James Garza

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Rosemary and Leo Generali Erica and Randy George Amal and Gebran Georges Steve Gera ‘68 Dev Ghoshal and Meg Virick Heather Glahn Vicki and Michael Goicovich Kathy and Kent Goodin Judy (Poe ‘76) and Glenn Goodson Venkatesh Gopinath and Shoba Krishnan Martha and Alex Gorjanc Manimaran Govindaraju and Bharathy Manimaran Patricia Graham Jack Gribbin ‘19 Sharon and Thomas Gribbin Timothy Guarnieri and Kathleen Cate-Guarnieri Jennifer (Ehle ‘92) and Kevin (‘91) Haggerty Mary and Robert Hamilton Julie and Matt (‘85) Haniger Debbie Hao Paige and Nolan Harding Jackie and Jason Harmon Harriet Harvey-Horn and Charles Horn Laura and Robert Hastings Julie and Eric Heale Chia-Chen Ho and The-Hen Yu Stephen Ho and Juliet Sham Diem Hoang and Maihuong Nguyen Nannette Hoang and Tuan Hoang Hohn Hopkins and Chandra Oania-Hopkins Shaun and Zachary Horgan Rita and Jim Horner Dena and Lawrence House Jodi and Thomas Howland Matty and Milan Hrncir Kirk Huddleston and Carol Francavilla Donna and Neil Hughes Ibarra Eustolia Wendy and Rene Iruegas Susan and Mark Jamieson Liping and Mark Jansen Grace and Clifton Johnson May and Darren Jue Dawn and Daniel Juliano Sreedevi and Srini Kandikaattu Seon Joo Kang and Chun Kim

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Christine Kelly ‘12 Douglas Kernan and Laura Ipsen Kristina and Mladen Kesovija Eun and Dae Kim Kelly and Richard King Mitchitaka Kitamura and Maureen Yee Pam and Scott Kliewer Melinda and Gregory Knepp Carolyn and Chris Koehle Paulette and Fred Koehler Santha and Venkit Konda Marla and Richard Kramer Erica and Sath Krishnamurthy Sunita Kuna and Balakrishna Pedada Okhie Eun and Jinsu Kwon Ronald La France and Melissa Greene Antoniette and Stephen Lam Kathy and Chok Lam Jennifer Lanier Lisa Lanzavecchia Denna and Edward Lao Ida and Craig Larsen Colleen and Andrew Lavery Diana Layseca Matthew Le Beth and Douglas Lee Jung-Ah and Sang-Joon Lee Shu-Huan and Yau Lee Peggy and Mark Lemak Stacey and Mike Leuzze Leslie Lewis and Anne Mack Tracy and Scott Lewis Yolanda and Aaron Lewis Lisa Liddle Lindy and Craig Lim Liyen and Minghua Lin David Lindsay and Patricia Kelmer Christine and Jon Linthacum Marca and Louis Lombardo John Longthon and Jennifer Nakata Selena and Gerardo Lopez Lori and Frank Lux Orla MacLean Kelly and Phil Mahoney Deepinder Makhni and Leann Cherkasky Makhni Leinani and Ruben Malig Ann Marie and Joeeffrey Mallari Janis and Terry Marshall Claire and Tom Martell Suba and Ramachandran Marti Vera Matsumoto

James Matthews Susan and Glenn Mau Vicky and Scott McCall Ingrid and Patrick McCann Jean and Reed McCauley Kelly and Dennis McHaffie Silvia and Bill McKinnon Cheryl and Jeffrey McWard Ann-Marie and David Meacham Roberto Mendoza and Shannon Smyth-Mendoza Jian Mi and Liqun Wang Charlotte and Kenneth Miller Maureen Miller Christin and Tom Miller ‘83 Jeff Mitbo and Judy Chang Sundararajarao and Srividya Mohan Christine and Forrest Monroy Kim and Jeff Moore Nancy and Chris Moore Sue Linn Moore and Michael Wiltberger Shelly and Mark Morales Stacie and Ernie Moreno Nancy and Jose Morgado Pauline and Dan Mount Seema and Kirt Mulji Liz and Stephen Mullaney Wendy Murata and Joseph Loos ‘79 Sheryl and Dave Murdock Angela Murphy Charlotte and Randall Murray Paula and Dan Myers Sangeeta and Suneet Nandwani Stacey and Carmine Napolitano Jinaye and R.J. Nasmeh Shashi and Murgesh Navar Carmen and Gabriel Navarrete Diana Nazari Brian Necas and Paz Musico-Necas Tracy and Daryl Nees Lydia and John Nelson Thuy and Canh Nguyen Trese and Michael Nino Marichu and Elpidio Nisperos Susan and Gerardo Noriega Donna and Frederick Ogden Nicollette and Robert O’Hara Michelle Quinney and David Olivas Filomena and Paul Oliveira Someng and James Olson Karin (Leigh ‘86) and Jeff Olson Andrea and George Omori Patricia O’Neill


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Geraldine Slevin ‘09 Jeffrey Sloan ‘08 Elizabeth Smith Jason Smith ‘07 Michelle (Alexander ‘85) and Larry Smith Roseanne (Lipari ‘87) and Jason Smith Stacy and Gregory Smith Nitya and Srihari Somayaji Julie and John Sousa Riane and James Spalding Debra and Michael Speckman Thyagarajan Srinivasan and Anbuselvi Paramasivan David Staab and Pia Selvage-Staab Scott Stanelle and Maureen Selvage-Stanelle Racquel and Arnold Suratos Rasheeda and Awez Syed Michelle and David Tang Ann-Marie and Lewis Tecson Sudhahar Thiagarajan and Jeyabuvana Jeyaraj Amalia and Brandon Thurston Helen and Andy Tillmann Lan Tong and Indrajit Gajendran Mary and Todd Townzen Lynn and Keinv Tso Theresa and Glenn Tsukamoto Marguerite and Dave Vachon Chris and Mark Valentine Tania and Paul van Besouw Issac Vaughn and Maria Nash-Vaughn Elizabeth and Ricardo Velando Laxman Vemury and Yvette Marchand Gustaaf Vogel and Anne Bassler P.J. and Donald Watson Anh-Dao and Aaron Weaver Catherine (Colombier ‘79) and Erich Werner Theresa and John Whitney Paula and Brandon Wong Hyunjoo and Jonathan Woo Lou Woodburycatcott and Greg Catcott Cynthia and Sean Worthington James Wright and Terri Rucker Juchi Wu and Yun Tzu Kendra and Williams Wymbs Sophia and Eric Yamasaki Geoff Yeager and Sandra Braun Yeager Annamaria and Emilio Yero Bhavani and Venkatesh Yerrapotu Brian Yocke ‘03 Debra and David Yoffie Julianna and Samer Youssef Heather and Kevin Zadel Juan Zamora Xiaolin Zang and Mingye Chen Christine Zarry Yujie Zhu and Lellei Huo

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Ana Marie and Erwin Ordonez Angela and Erick Ortega Krisi and Gabe Palacio Corrinne and Tim Palacios Sarah and Martin Palka Amy and Michael Palaffy Grave and Sunli Pamidi Dave Parrott ‘78 Nirupa and Dipesh Patel Sangita and Sanjay Patil Sky Pedretti Chari Perera and Hashanthi De Silva Perera Adam Perez and Michelle Keley Monica and Andres Perez Valerie and Harold Pestana Teri Picart Heather and Gregory Pierson Janean and Clyde Plant Deepall Prabhavalkar Michele and Sameer Prabhavalkar Lynn and Pete Pragastis Mark Prazer and Amal Zarou Prazer Lucia and Philip Quaife Merry and James Quittner Marie and Joseph Raj Ranjani and Prasad Rallapalli Anupama and Chengelpet Ramesh Beth and Mike Ricci Norma and John Rintala Pearl Rios Carmela and Ethan Robertson Kelly and John Rodman Anne and Jorge Rodriguez Renee and Brian Rogoff Yeny Rosales Erleen and Felipe Rosendo Brian Ruf and Marnie MacMillan Kheuakham and Alan Russ Dolores and Kenneth Salazar Brad Sandman and Tanya Jenkins Denise and Robert Sapien Stephanie and Andrew Savage Leslie and Michael Saviage Mary and Ron Schrotenboer Jeanette and Richard Schumacher Brett Schuster and Kathy Dydynski Greg Scott and Elizabeth Brinkman Wei and Jianfeng Shen Goretti and Lawrence Shiffman Mike Shum Maria and Luis Silva Beena and Vijay Simha Jude Simon ‘09 Seema and Jitendra Singh Gregson Siu and Diane Sakuragi Becky and Brendon Slade


student christian service The Christian Service program exists to provide students with the opportunity to offer witness to their strong commitment to Christian values through service to the community. Each student is required to complete a minimum of 20 hours each year during their freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years. Through service, students fulfill their potential to be intellectually competent, just, faith-filled, respectful leaders as they serve others and work to bring justice to all God’s children. We are grateful to the following organizations that hosted Archbishop Mitty students this year.

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Able People Foundation Abode Services Sunrise Village Homeless Shelter Academy of Music and Arts for Special Education Acterra Adaptive Ice Hockey - San Jose Ice Center Alcoholics Anonymous Alliance For Health Care In Africa Alliance of Youth Leaders (US) Almaden Community Center Almaden Country School Almaden Hills UMC Warming Center Almaden Youth Counseling AMASE American Cancer Society American Legion American Red Cross The American Wheat Mission in Northern California Amigos de las Americas Amigos the Guadalupe Amor Ministries Angel Tree Foundation Angels on Stage Animal Assisted Happiness Anne Darling Elementary School ARCC, Adventures Cross Country ARIS: Aids Resources, Info & Services As Children Blossom Therapy Center Ashoka Youth Venture Atria Sunnyvale August Boeger Middle School Avenidas Senior Center AYSO VIP Soccer B.O.K. Ranch Baker Elementary School Bascom Public Library: Summer Reading Challenge Bay Area Youth Music Society Bellerose Convalescent Hospital Belmont Village Senior Living Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area Blessings in a Backpack Blossom Hill Elementary School Boys and Girls Club Boys and Girls Club - Levin Clubhouse Boys and Girls Club - Smythe Clubhouse

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Briarwood Extended Care Bridge Builders Buddies The Bridge School California Native Garden Foundation California Province of the Society of Jesus California Real Estate Management California Tamil Academy Cambrian Park Little League Cambrian Valley Youth Football Camden Community Center Camden Teen Center Camp Campbell Science Camp Camp Costanoan-Via Rehabilitation Services Camp Fire Camp Gan Israel Camp Hi-Sierra Camp Joy Gardens Campbell Little League Campbell Rotary Club Carlton Plaza of San Jose Carlton Senior Living San Jose Carolyn Clark Elementary School Casa de Clara Catholic Worker House Castillero Middle School Catch a Z Foundation Cathedral of Faith Catholic Academy of Sunnyvale Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County Catholic Charities-John XXIII Catholic Youth Advocacy Day Central Coast Kids and Families Chandler Tripp School Charity Cars for Kids Chetana HEAL Children’s Village - India Children’s Discovery Center of Northern California Children’s Musical Theater Chinmaya Mission Christian Student Missions Christmas in the Park Church of the Ascension Church of the Redeemer City of Eastport City of Fremont Recreational Services City of San Jose Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood


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Frost Elementary School Full Circle Farm Funda Ção FÉ E Alegria Do Brazil (UNICEF) Furry Friends Rescue Future Farmers of America Galileo Educational Services Gardner Children’s Center Gardner Community Center Georgia Travis Center German Red Cross Gilroy Senior Center Girl Scouts of Northern California Glide Memorial Church Good Samaritan Hospital Good Samaritan Hospital Junior Auxiliary Goodwill Industries Goss Elementary School Grace Chinese Baptist Church Grace Community Center Grant Cuesta Sub-Acute and Rehabilitation Center Green Pastures, Inc. Grupo Volver A Vivir AA Guiding Light Project and Church Habitat for Humanity ReStore Hacienda Science Magnet Elementary School Hanchett Park House Care Facility Hands on Bay Area Happy Hollow Zoo Happy Valley Home Haven Family House Shelter Network Head Start of Santa Clara County Help One Child Hidden Villa Hillbrook School Holy Cross School Holy Family Parish Holy Name Society Holy Spirit Parish Emergency Shelter HomeAid Hope Box HOPE Rehabilitation Services HOPE Services Mountain View HOPE Services Alfred St. HOPE Services Whittier Horace Mann School Humane Society of Silicon Valley Hyde Middle School Inclusive World Independent Peer Socialization Training Program India Community Center Inn at Chateau Gardens InnVision 7 San Jose Shelters INTERACT

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City Team Ministries City Year Club Dust Colista’s Daycare Comfort Care Home Community Association for Rehabilitation Community United San Jose The Compassionate Heart Cycle Computer History Museum Conquest Summer Camp CONTACT: Telephone Counseling Convent of the Holy Names Cornerstone Project Community Outreach Council of Goodness Crescent Medical Center Crossing the Bridge Cupertino Community Services Cupertino High School Learning Center Cypress Manor Residential Care Cypress Senior Center Cystic Fibrosis Research Inc. Dance Academy USA Daybreak III Diocesan Confirmation Conference Discovery Charter School Dolores Mission Immersion Don Callejon Schoolfood Services DPS Rescue Dreampower Horsemanship Dress For Success Dynamix Club Eastside Neighborhood Center Eastwood Leadership Camp Ecumencial Hunger Program EHC Life Builders El Camino Hospital Empoder Empower and Excel EMQ Program Uplift (Eastfield Ming Quong) ESY (Extended School Year) Volunteer Program Family Giving Tree Family Supportive Housing Federation of Indo Americans (FIA) The Fencing Center FIRST Foundation for Ichthyosis and Related Skin Types Five Wounds Portuguese National Church Food Justice Program Forest Hill Elementary School The Forum Friends of Guadalupe Friends of the Library Friends Outside Front Door Ministry


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Jackson’s Son Rise Program Jeanne d’Arc Manor Joyful Ringers Jubilee Monuments Corporation Just4kicks Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Katherine Smith Elementary School Kids Embracing Hope Kids For Christ of Boulder Creek Community Church Kiwanis Pueblo de San Jose Leaders In Training City of Sunnyvale League of United Latin American Citizens LeyVa School The LGBTQ Youth Space Lighthouse Project Lincoln Glen Manor Lions Blind Center Lions Club of America (West San Jose Campbell Lions Club) Live Oak Adult Day Care Services Loaves and Fishes The Lodge at Morgan Hill Loaves and Fishes St. Maria Goretti Kitchen Loaves and Fishes - St. Patrick’s Kitchen Logos Christian Fellowship Food Bank Los Gatos Calvary Church Los Gatos Meadows Los Gatos Parent Nursery School Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Luther Burbank School Lutheran Border Concerns Lynhaven Elementary School Lytton Gardens MACSA Adult Day Care MACSA Youth Services Magical Bridge Playground Make A Birthday Wish Marianist Retirement Center Marine Corps League Martha’s Kitchen Masonic Homes of California Meals on Wheels Menlo Park Presbyterian Church Merrill Gardens

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Mid-Peninsula Support Network for Battered Women Milpitas Food Pantry Mission to Education Montalvo Arts Center Monte Vista Christian School Moreland Little League Morgan Autism Center Most Holy Trinity School Mountain View Day Worker Center Muscular Dystrophy Association NARF (Nike Animal Resource Foundation) National Alopecia Areata Foundation National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy National Charity League National Parkinson’s Foundation National Youth Leadership: Boy Scouts Nestledown: Horseback Riding with Disabled Children Newark Library Next Step Ministries NorCal Elite All Stars (Princess Project) Northside Branch Library Norwood Creek Elementary School Noteworthy Nourishing Minds O’Connor Hospital Olinder School One Step Closer - Calero Ranch Stables Organization of Special Needs Families Oshman Family Jewish Community Center Our City Forest Our Daily Bread Our Lady of Fatima Villa Our Lady Star of the Sea Pacific Hills Manor Palo Alto Basketball Clinics Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital Parents Helping Parents Parkview Nursing Center People to People Persian Zoroastrian Orginization Peterson Middle School Phoenix Volleyball School Ponderosa Elementary School Presentation Center Project Inspire

Project Linus Project Mexico Protection of the Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Church Queen of Apostles School Quito Little League RAFT Reading Partners Rebuilding Together Redwood City Football Organization Redwood Family House Regency of Evergreen Valley Regional Medical Center Resurge international Resurrection School RISE-Reaching and Inspiring Success Through Education River Glen School River of Life Food Pantry RJ Fisher Middle School Roaring Camp Railroads Ronald McDonald House Roosevelt Community Center Rubicon Children’s Center Sacred Heart Church Sacred Heart Community Service Sacred Heart Nativity School Sadhu Vaswani Mission Salvation Army Salvation Army Hospitality House Samaritan House-Family Kitchen San Francisco Democratic Party San Jose American Little League San Jose Chinese Cultural Center San Jose Chinese School San Jose Christian Alliance Church San Jose Christian School San Jose Family Shelter San Jose Khalsa School San Jose Public Library Evergreen Branch San Jose Public LibraryWest Valley Branch San Jose Youth Symphony Special Olympics- Santa Clara Santa Clara County Parks Santa Clara Diving Santa Clara Library Santa Clara Parks and Recreation Santa Clara Senior Center Santa Clara Swim Club


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Santa Clara University Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society Santa Clara Youth Commission Santa Cruz Bible Church Santa Maria Urban Ministry Santa Teresa Children’s Center Santa Teresa Junior Golf Tournaments Santoor Ashram Sarahcare Saratoga Library Saratoga Unified School District Music Saratoga Springs Day Camp Saratoga Subacute Children’s Hospital Save Our Shores Save the Bay Science Matters 4 Kids Camp Second Harvest Food Bank Self-Realization Fellowship: Los Gatos Center Sensation Nation Services for Brain Injury Seven Trees Community Center S.F.V. Lodge Shining Stars Respite Shoe String Theatre Shots for Success Soccer Camp Sierra Service Project Sikh Gurdwara San Jose Silicon Valley Habitat for Humanity Silicon Valley Korean School Silver Creek Academy Silver Oak Elementary School Sisters of the Holy Name Convent Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation Skylar Hadden School Skyline Health Care Center South Bay Dance Center South Valley Chiefs Southwest YMCA Kids Corner Special Olympics Northern California St. Andrew’s Episcopal School St. Anthony Padua Dining Room St. Brother Albert Polish Mission St. Christopher School St. Clare School St. Elizabeth Day Home St. Francis of Assisi Parish St. Frances Cabrini School and Parish St. Francis Soup Kitchen St. John Vianney School St. Joseph Catholic Church Capitola


Supporting Archbishop Mitty High School Memorial and Honorarium Gifts

Memorial and honorarium gifts offer an opportunity to honor a relative, friend, or a business associate. Any special occasion – birthday, anniversary, graduation, and other accomplishments – are times to remember. Special Events

Underwriting and sponsorship of events such as the annual Black & Gold Gala, Mitty Auction, and Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament serve to defray the school’s expenses of producing these fundraising events. Your contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law. Bequests

In providing for the school in a person’s estate, the donor’s lawyer should be instructed that our corporate title is “Roman Catholic Welfare Corporation of San Jose, a corporation sole, for the benefit of Archbishop Mitty High School.” Securities

The best stocks to donate are those that have increased greatly in value, particularly those producing a low yield. If you donate property that has risen in value and that you’ve held for more than one year, you pay no capital gains tax on the transaction. You can also take an income tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock. At the Time of Death

During a bereavement period, friends often seek an appropriate means to express sympathy. The following message in the obituary of the deceased provides an avenue to make a meaningful and thoughtful gift. Memorial gifts may be made to: Archbishop Mitty High School 5000 Mitty Avenue, San Jose, CA 95129 how can i give? Mail or drop off a check Archbishop Mitty High School 5000 Mitty Avenue San Jose, CA 95129 Make a gift with a credit card We accept both VISA and MasterCard as vehicles for donations. Make a donation online www.mitty.com Click on the “Giving” link. Give appreciated securities Please contact the Advancement Office at (408) 252-3923 for a stock transfer form and instructions. AMHS annual report

Double your gift by participating in your company’s matching gift program Contact your Human Resources Department to see if you or your spouse’s employer will match your charitable giving.

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For information on any giving opportunity, please contact the Advancement Office: Archbishop Mitty High School 5000 Mitty Avenue San Jose, CA 95129 (408) 252-3923 (office) (408) 252-1181 (fax)

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