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A MESSAGE FROM CLS ADVANCEMENT September 2017 Dear Alumni, Parents, and Friends, The beginning of a new school year always brings the inevitable excitement for our seniors as they look forward to being the leaders of our student body and the next chapter of their lives. The trepidation of new students, who don’t quite know what to expect as they enter the doors of their new school, is palpable. As an alumnus myself, I remember that feeling very well. While the faces in the halls may change, the spirit and tradition remain steadfast. This year marks our 94th year as an institution that prides itself on tradition and academic excellence. In our 94th year, we have hit an important milestone, our first child of an alumna. We welcome Simon Juelg, son of Matt and Rachel Wilkins Juelg ‘96. Rachel inspired us to implement the new hashtag on our social media platforms, #FollowMyLead. We are proud to feature Rachel and Simon on the cover of this Leader. Isaac Newton once said that he stood on the shoulders of the giants that came before him. This could not be more true of our students. Our alumni are giants in their fields of expertise and we need you in order to continue our tradition of excellence. This year, we will be expanding our Annual Appeal. What once was nearly a year long effort, we are consolidating into a four month campaign. Inside this issue of the Leader, you will find an envelope that will be used for our kickoff to the Annual Appeal. In conversations with multiple alumni over the past six months, they have indicated they would be pleased to see their giving opportunities expanded. Hence, we are providing our benefactors better defined giving opportunities that best memorializes your time at our alma mater. We ask that you prayerfully consider your donation to Latin School even if you haven’t donated in a very long time, please know that every little bit helps. If you are a yearly supporter of the AAF, we ask that you thoughtfully consider increasing your donation. Rest assured that every bit of your donations go to support a student at Latin School who very much appreciates the opportunity. As you know, there is no place like Latin School. You may have noticed that we have been working very hard to engage alumni more than ever before. Our “Meet the Headmaster” evening, coffee hours, and “Elected Official Celebration” were huge successes. We want to continue that this year and expand on it by celebrating what makes Latin School such a unique place. We have plans for alumni athletic events, a Mass for former alumni Pontifical Servers, Fall Football Homecoming: Celebrating 94 Undefeated Seasons, and a CLEF reunion. We have been working all summer to identify those who have participated in these activities. We know we are lacking in some areas and need your help. You will also find enclosed in this Leader, a contact update form. Please mail that back in the Annual Appeal envelope provided (even if you cannot donate at this time). We want to know what you have been up to. This information helps us communicate with you better to ensure that you are invited to all upcoming events. All of these efforts are leading us to our Centennial Celebration that will be coming up in just a few short years. Help us to make us a strong institution for the next century of Latin students.


Andrew Peters Director of Development


Summer Accomplishments


Ray Kemper


Financial Summary


Annual Giving Honor Roll


Message from Development


School News


Alumni News


Message from Headmaster



NOV 22

Fall Football Homecoming


December Admission Exam

DEC 14

All School Family Christmas Party

JAN 13

Basketball Homecoming

FEB 20-23 Welcome Week APR 14

Grand Event

MAY 18-20

Alumni Weekend

MAY 20

Alumni Brunch

MISSION Covington Latin School offers a unique program for academically talented students in the tri-state area. As its central purpose, CLS aims to form Christian leaders by challenging its students to attain their academic, intellectual, social and moral potential.

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Jason Huther, Headmaster Matt Krebs, Dean of Students Stephanie Tewes, Dean of Studies Heather Couch, Counselor

CONTACT Please direct all Letters to the Editor, address changes, or other correspondence to or to: Covington Latin School 21 East 11th Street Covington, KY 41011



It was an extremely busy and rewarding summer for our CLS students and faculty. Here’s how they spent their summer... Jonah Hermes ‘18 and Audrey Woodward ‘18 attended the Governor’s Scholar Program at NKU and Morehead State, respectfully. History teacher, John Lane attended the highly selective Gilder-Lehrman Institute of American History at Yale University. Maria Bossert ‘18 attended the Governor’s School of the Arts Program and her piece, Koi Pond, was selected to be displayed at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. Piper Wright ‘18 spent a month in Valencia, Spain, where she was fully immersed in Spanish culture and language. Hue Tran ‘19 received a grant to support her work to help homeless families in Covington. Leah Benne ‘18 was invited to and participated in the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) this past July. NSLC asks high school educators from across the United States and around the world to nominate students based upon academic achievement and leadership qualities. Students nominated by their school are sent an invitation to enroll and have the option to choose from multiple programs in many different locations. Through NSLC, Leah was able to study Psychology & Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. She had a great experience and met some really good friends. Laurynn Smith ‘21 was accepted into the internationally renowned Bel Canto Choir where she will perform in Ireland in 2018. Maria with Rep. Thomas Massie (KY 4th district)


Laura Dressman ‘18 spent a month abroad studying Spanish in Buenos Aires, Argentina. CLS Physics teachers Jeff Finke ‘80 and Scott Syfert both attended the American Association of Physics Teachers High School Summer Camp. Covington Latin was privileged to host this camp for teachers from all over the country. The highlight for our physics teachers was the information regarding the upcoming solar eclipse. Our Latin teacher and Honorary Alumna Kelly Kusch took 20 current students and alumni to the NJCL Convention in Troy, Alabama. She also attended the American Classical Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan and received a scholarship to attend the Ancient Coin Class at the summer seminar of the American Numismatics Association in Colorado Springs. Sam Latz ‘19 competed in the 2017 AAU Competitive Karate National Tournament in Raleigh, NC, where he won a Gold, two Silvers, and Bronze Medals. He also competed at the AAU Junior Olympic Games and won a Gold and Silver Medal. In June, John Lane took seven students as well as several adult chaperones to tour Great Britain and Ireland. The tour consisted of visits in Dublin, The Ring of Kerry, Edinburgh, London, and Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Wales. One of the highlights was seeing the Queen during her birthday celebration and the Trooping the Colour Parade. Magnified Giving granted Covington Latin School’s National Honor Society $1500 to invest in their community. The NHS decided to donate $500 to Habitat for Humanity and $1000 to Redwood. Covington Latin was the host of this year’s event, where schools from across the area received their checks.

This summer, Covington Latin’s Enrichment Program for bright students K-12, ExploreMore!, hosted nearly 200 students from around the Greater Cincinnati area. The mission of ExploreMore! is to give the opportunity for bright students to engage in fun, hands-on learning experiences with like-minded peers. This summer’s camp offered classes in everything from chemistry to musical theater, ACT preparation to superhero science. This summer was even more engaging due to the recently formed partnership with Thomas More College. Both schools are committed to educating and engaging the bright minds of the future. ExploreMore! is offered three times a year, November, March, and June. For more information regarding this program or if you are interested in finding ways you can help, please contact Amy Darpel at


SCHOOL NEWS Our tradition of starting the school year off with a Latin Mass continued on August 16th followed by a breakfast reception in the Kohlhepp Family Forum. It was fantastic to see so many legacy families and alumni come together to celebrate the Mass. We were fortunate enough to have Bishop Foys visit our classrooms and speak to our students. On August 6th, CLS welcomed its newest families with a barbeque sponsored by the APT. The Covington Latin Science Department sponsored an Eclipse Viewing Party on August 21st. Mr. Scott Syfert held an assembly for the whole school and their families prior to the eclipse. Everyone was moved to the courtyard to view the eclipse. HONORS ASSEMBLY The Fourth Quarter Honors Assembly was held on August 24th. Students achieving honors for last year’s 4th quarter were honored, as well as our spring athletes. We are very proud of our athletes. Thirty-six of our athletes received First Team Academic All State for maintaining a GPA of 3.75 for the course of their season and overall for the year. That is achievement is remarkable. Our volleyball team was awarded the American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the 2016-17 season. This distinction recognizes teams that maintain at least a 3.30 GPA for the year. Our girls GPA was 3.90! They were also recognized for this same criteria by the Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association for the 2017 KVCA Team Academic Award. By the way, their regular season record was 22-10!


SCHOLARSHIPS During our Honors Assembly, this year’s scholarships were announced. We are proud to announce the following students were awarded scholarships for their academic performances for the 2016-2017 academic year: Summa Scholarship Highest cumulative GPA. In honor of Mr. Clifford Kohlhepp ‘33. Scholars: Brady Boyer, Mary Lauren Veazey, Benjamin Codell, Elysse Hermes, and Audrey Woodward. Maxima Scholarship Second highest cumulative GPA. In honor of the Ranft/Vesper Family. Scholars: Ella Thornberry, Kevin Garuccio, Hue Tran, Paige Graf, Kathryn Zalla, and Paul Rahner.

Dennis P. Whitehead was an institution at Covington Latin for over four decades, both as a student and a teacher. In his memory, incoming students who test at the top 2% on the Entrance Exam are awarded a scholarship in his name. This year’s scholarship winners are Katie Cheng, Benjamin Fulmer, Zoe Hoelmer, Simon Juelg, Jay Kroger, Brenna Martin, Logan Miller, Jacob Schuetter, Yumi Song, Abigail Hyrne, Madison Denham, Allyson Knotts, and Zachary Kreutzjans.

Maior Scholarship Third highest cumulative GPA. In honor of Andrew and Michael Zalla ‘84. Scholars: Claire Lucas, Grace Adams, Roland Long, and Ryan Garuccio. Magna Scholarship Fourth highest cumulative GPA. In honor of Richard Hellmann. Scholars: Elijah Deters, Collin Gerwe, Jonathan Miller, Laila Lowe, and Jonah Hermes. Bona Scholarship Fifth highest cumulative GPA. Sponsored by the APT (Association of Parents and Teachers of CLS). Scholars: Teah Hagan, Jack Wilburn, Christopher Macke, Amit Adhikari, and Jacob Langguth. The APT also sponsors a scholarship for students in each grade level who has shown overall academic promise at CLS. This year’s awardees are: Leah Benne, Isabel Hofmann, Frances Geiger, and Nicholas Foltz. This year we are honored to present two students with the Erich Schneider Memorial Scholarship. The Erich Schneider ‘87 Memorial Scholarship was established by his parents to award students who have shown success in their studies. This scholarship was given to A’nika Lickert and Elijah Fox. The Gary Cummins Scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate academic promise. This year’s winners of this prestigious scholarship are: Alex Nelson, Genesis Harris, Lottie Bowling, Alex Beckham, and Elijah Fox.


RAY KEMPER: A LATIN LEGACY Ray Kemper, Class of 1937, always believed that Covington Latin School provided him the educational foundation that changed his life. After graduation, Ray was faced, as were many at that time, with having to help financially support his family. His college education was put on hold while he worked as a mechanic and in other jobs in support of his family. World War II then called him to serve. In Ray, the US Army saw more potential than most, sending him to OSU and to Philadelphia to study electronics. Subsequently, he served his country repairing radios for the Army Air Corps, spending three years during the war in the Pacific Theater in the Philippines and New Guinea. After the war, Ray wanted nothing more than to marry his sweetheart, Glenna, to start a family, and to finally finish his education. Via the GI Bill, he received his college degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kentucky. Ray and Glenna had three children, Karen, Deborah, and Keith. While other recent high school graduates struggled with college, Ray excelled due to what he believed to be the foundation of a strong work ethic that was built by Covington Latin School. Ray went on to be the head of Engineering at the Drackett Company where he oversaw the building of their manufacturing plants producing Windex


and other household products all over the country. Subsequently he opened his own engineering firm in Blue Ash. His career was as varied as his hobbies. Ray’s son, Keith, was struck that someone with such a head for electrical and mechanical engineering could also be a brilliant artist and accomplished photographer. His attention to detail was as evident in his mechanical and electrical drawings as it was in his elaborate train set he built Keith. He was always busy building something and always had a project in the works. Ray’s gratitude for his Latin School education never left him and served as the inspiration for a $300,000 gift to his alma mater. He believed that his Latin experience gave him the foundation and work ethic that allowed him to be successful in his career and wanted to leave a legacy so that other bright students could afford the same opportunities. Supporting Covington Latin is something that the Kemper family has always valued. Ray’s brother Lawrence, class of 1943, also was extremely generous in leaving a legacy for the future of Latin School. Their younger brother, Paul is a graduate of the Latin School as well, Class of 1949. Our Latin School community has lost two great examples of men who truly believed in the mission of Latin School. Through Ray’s and Larry’s generosity, the legacy that is Latin School will continue!


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Covington Latin School 21 East 11th Street Covington, KY 41011.

Submitted by: ________________________________________ Graduation Year: __________________________ Address: _________________________________ “When I was a student at CLS, the building in which we were taught is a direct result of others’ generosity. That tree was planted years prior to my arrival and I enjoyed its shade. We are planting trees today so others may enjoy the shade in years to come.” - John Cain ’81

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The Gary Cummins Scholarship The Richard Hellmann Memorial Scholarship Bob Kohlhepp and Family Scholarship The Ranft and Vesper Family Scholarship The Erich Schneider Memorial Scholarship Dennis P. Whitehead Memorial Scholarship The Michael and Andrew Zalla Memorial Scholarship


Academic Advancement Fund Academic Team Athletics Corona Studii Debate

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Drama Fine Arts Junior Classical League National Honor Society Science Department

If you would like more information on establishing a named scholarship, please contact Andrew Peters, Director of Development at or call (859) 291-7044.

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CLASS NOTES Elise Lucas Elam ’03 and Chris Elam ‘01 welcomed a baby boy, Maverick Christopher Elam. He joined big brother AJ (11) and big sister Madeleine (2). All future alums, we are sure! #FollowMyLead Kris Chalk ‘07 is an athletic trainer at the University of Cincinnati who is working on new concussion protocols, implementing colored lenses to help with concussion recovery. Gretchen Mueller ‘13 will be starting Medical School at the University of Louisville in the fall.

Natasha Rodriguez ‘16 was accepted into the Biomedical Research Internship for Minority Students at the University of Cincinnati. She recently presented her research on Socioeconomic Status and Food Knowledge in the greater Cincinnati area. Tony Zilliox ‘94 and his wife, Suzy, are proud parents of their third child and first son, William Truman. We are guessing William will be in the class of 2033 hopefully following sisters Hannah and Kaitlyn! #FollowMyLead

Emily Clements ‘14 is currently teaching chemistry in Ghana through Notre Dame.


David Rakel, Class of 1968 Erich Schneider, Class of 1987


Emily Clements ‘14 with students in Ghana

KY State Senator Chris McDaniel ‘93 was awarded the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police Outstanding Legislative Services Award for his support of law enforcement during the 2017 Annual Conference. Kris Knochelmann ‘87 was awarded the Heroes Against Heroin Humanitarian Award for his work to solve issues related to the heroin epidemic.


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Cheryl Baute, mother of Dave Baute ‘93 Gail Darpel, grandmother of David Jacob Darpel ‘16 Larry Fox, stepfather of Sara Lee ‘15 Shirley Ann Huelsmann, mother of Martin Huelsmann ’85 and Scott Huelsmann ‘88 Daniel McCullough, father of Fr. Alex McCullough ‘05 Rita Neuspickle, mother of Steve Neus ‘81 William Robinson, father of William Robinson III ’86 and grandfather of Brooke Robinson ’17 Ken Rogers, grandfather of River Carpenter ‘17 Anthony Velkly, father of Travis Velkly ‘14


Father Heile Club $5000+ Mr. and Mrs. John Cain 1981 Mr. Gary E. Cummins 1966 Dr. Nicholas Hellmann 1974 and Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kemper 1937 Rev. Gary A. Miller 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peters 1981 Mr. Robert H. Rauf 1937 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Robinson 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schneider 1964 Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Villareal Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin Zalla 1954 Dr. and Mrs. James Zalla 1956

Trustee Club $1000 to $4999 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ash Dr. David Banks 1988 and Ms. Paula Bingham Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Baumann 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bitter 1981 Dr. Lawrence R. Borne 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Borne 1951 Mr. and Mrs. John Bosch 1969 Mr. Roger Black and Mrs. Carol Crowley Mr. D. Craig Dance 1968 and Mrs. Beth Wright Mr. and Mrs. David Darpel Dr. and Mrs. Darryl Dias Mrs. Loraine Dooley Rev. James B. Egbers 1964 Mr. and Mrs. James Flach 1975 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Fragge 1949 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gieske 1959 Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy Graff 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Guilfoyle 1976 Mrs. Mary T. Hellmann Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hengehold 1952 Dr. and Mrs. William Koehl 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohlhepp 1959 Mr. and Mrs. William Kohlhepp 1957 Mr. David V. Kramer Mrs. Gerry Kreutzjans Dr. and Mrs. Michael Kuhlman 1969 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lampe 1960 Mr. Stephen A. Lang 1969 Mr. Jeffrey Litzler 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lonnemann 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer 1964 Dr. and Mrs. Martin Mitchell 1983 Mrs. Kathy Mueller Dr. Bradley G. Mullen 1977 Mr. and Mrs. David Mullen 1983 Mr. George F. Rabe 1948 Col. USAF (RET) and Mrs. Walter Rabe 1950 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson Rev. Albert E. Ruschman 1945 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Seiter 1971 Mr. and Mrs. James Shanahan 1977

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stevie 1967 Rev. Gerald E. Twaddell 1959 Dr. Thomas Von Lehman 1965 and Ms. Margaret Good Mr. and Mrs. E. John Wolfzorn 1962 Mr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Woltermann 1959 Mr. Thomas J. Woodruff 1962 Dr. Matthew Wortman and Dr. Nicole Tepe Mr. and Mrs. David Zalla 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalla 1993 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Zalla 1979 Mr. Wilbert L. Ziegler 1949 Mr. Robert G. Zumbiel 1979

Headmaster Club $750 to $999 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Braunwart Dr. and Mrs. William Caldon 1968 Mr. Gregory A. Cunningham 1979 Mr. and Mrs. John Domaschko 1966 Mr. and Mrs. James Dressman 1970 Mr. and Mrs. David Folz 1966 Mr. Henry J. Grimmelsman 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Jude Hehman Sheriff and Mrs. Charles Korzenborn Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meyer 1987 Ms. Megan M. Meyers 2000 Mr. and Mrs. William Purtell 1995 Mr. and Mrs. David Rakel 1968 Dr. and Mrs. James Roebker 1979 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westendorf 1975 Mr. Benjamin R. Wilmhoff 1994 and Mrs. Katherine D. Wilmhoff 1996

Dean of Students Club $500 to $749 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Anstead 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Beckman 1977 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Blau 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blewett 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Braun Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan 1978 Mr. Kirk Knotts and Ms. Lynda Crossan Mr. Dan J. DiOrio 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dixon 1966 Mr. and Mrs. John Doellman Mr. Harold J. Fodor 1977 Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Franzen 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Geiman 1956 Mr. and Mrs. William Geisen 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gigliotti 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graff 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Groh 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gross 1979 Mr. George Hammerle 1983 and Mrs. Amy Arnsperger Hammerle Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hartman 1968 Mr. P. Randal Haumesser 1985 Mr. Donald J. Hellmann 1970

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herzog 1961 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Hiltz 1967 Mr. and Mrs. S. Jerry Hindman 1956 Mr. and Mrs. James Horner 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ivins Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Jehn 1970 Mr. Keith Johnson and Ms. Laura Ryan Mrs. Patricia Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kinman 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Klocke 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Kris Knochelmann 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kopser 1981 Mr. and Mrs. George Kreutzjans 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Dan McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Meyerrenke Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. David Muench 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mullen 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raabe 1966 Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Rodriguez Mr. Kevin Rogus and Mrs. Leanne Driscoll Dr. and Mrs. David Ryan 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Stan Shadwell Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Stanton 1967 Dr. Steven L. Steinkamp 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tarvin 1967 Mr. Samuel Thompson 1996 and Mrs. Michelle Thompson 1996 Dr. and Mrs. John Vollman 1961 Mrs. Charlotte Volpenhein Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zilliox 1994

Leader Club $250 to $499 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baker 1972 Judge and Mrs. Gregory Bartlett 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bathalter 1960 Mr. and Mrs. John Bendele Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bischoff 1983 Dr. and Mrs. Carl Bishop 1953 Dr. and Mrs. C. William Blewett 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bodde 1969 Mr. Richard J. Bolan 1981 Col. and Mrs. John Bozeman 1958 Dr. James Bradtmueller and Ms. Susan Shook Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brett 1979 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bright 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brinker 1977 Dr. James Brown 1974 and Dr. Judith Masset-Brown Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brown Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleves 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cleves 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Conners 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cummins 1979 Dr. Dustin R. Cummins 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cummins 1961 Mr. Barry L. Dance 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Darnell 1946 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Darpel 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dehne 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dewald Mr. Anthony J. Deye 1956

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dinius Mr. Matthew J. Dressman 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Foltz 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Foltz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas France Dr. and Mrs. John Geil 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Goosmann 1976 Mr. Michael J. Gorman 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Graf Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur Grimme 1959

Mr. Steven Groeschen 1975 Mr. and Mrs. David Heidrich 1975 Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Hemmer 1988 Mr. and Mrs. David Hergott 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Hermes 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hetterman 1969 Mr. George R. Hoffman 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hofmann Mr. and Mrs. Brian Horner 1983 Dr. and Mrs. Bradley Jackson 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaiser 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kidd Mr. Brandon M. Klar 1997 Rev. John H. Kroger 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lantry Mr. and Mrs. Brian Leen 1986 Mr. and Mrs. John Lewin 1946 Mr. and Dr. Mark Long Mr. John C. Macke 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mai 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maier Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Mando 1975 Mr. Timothy S. Mauntel 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McElhone 1960 Mr. Thomas J. McEntee 1953 Mr. Todd McMurtry 1979 and Dr. Maria Garriga Mr. and Mrs. John Messmer 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Michael 1948 Dr. and Mrs. Martin Mohlenkamp 1987 Mr. Thomas B. Myers 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Nalley 1961


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nowak 1988 Mr. and Mrs. William Oberjohn 1953 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Pelzer 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfaehler Mulligans and Pink Tees Mr. and Mrs. Michael Portwood 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pujol 1969 Mr. Joseph Quigley 1990 and Ms. Victoria Scott Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rauf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rauf 1999 Mr. and Mrs. John Resing Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ritter 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rodgers Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Roedig 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Romer 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Sayre 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Small 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Spille 1994 Mr. and Mrs. James Stadtmiller 1975 Dr. and Mrs. Christian Stauber 1975 Rev. Ryan L. Stenger 2006 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevie 1963 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Suetholz 1947 Ms. Stephanie Tewes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tillman 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Velten 1946 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vocke 1964 Ms. Marijo Vogelpohl Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zalla 1966

Green & Gold Club $100 to $249 Mr. and Mrs. Ravi Adhikari Mrs. Mary Jo Amlie Mr. and Mrs. Steve Anneken Mr. James B. Anstead 1970 Mr. and Mrs. George Apollonio Dr. and Mrs. James Appel 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Averdick 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Averdick Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Backer Mr. Charles Baker 1968 and Ms. Dana Studt Mr. and Mrs. Jon Baldwin 1958 Mr. Richard Beagle 1973 and Ms. Elena Messina Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Behler 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Biedenbender 1948 Dr. Scott D. Bleser 1977 Dr. and Dr. Todd Blincoe Dr. William L. Bloemer 1963 Mr. and Mrs. William Boehmer 1944 Mr. and Mrs. Marty Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boyle 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Braun Mr. and Mrs. David Brecount Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brinkman Mr. and Mrs. John Bruggen Mr. and Mrs. J. William Buescher 1976 Mr. David Burridge Mr. and Mrs. John Butz Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campisano Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambers 1999 Ms. Jessica K. Chan 2013 Mr. and Mrs. John Chan Mr. and Mrs. Yih-Tien Chen Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Connelly Mr. and Mrs. David Cook Mr. Clifford S. Creevy 1976


Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cropper Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cryer Mr. and Mrs. George N. Csordas Dr. and Mrs. Todd Culman 1985 Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Deters 1990 Mr. Mark Dixon 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Durrett 1974 Mr. Charles M. Dwyer 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eismann 1981 Dr. James Eliassen and Dr. Ruth Hemmer Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elifrits Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elmlinger Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Evans 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feeley 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fieger 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Finke 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finke 1980 Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Fisher 1963 Mr. and Mrs. John Flesch Mr. and Mrs. Donald Foltz Mr. and Mrs. Mark Foltz 1994 Rev. David B. Gamm 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garlich 1953 Dr. Kenneth Geil 1965 Ms. Kristina E. Gerlach 1996 Mr. and Mrs. James Ginter 1969 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Glockner 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Gohman 1976 Dr. and Mrs. Jamison Graff 1986 Mr. and Mrs. John Groh Mr. Leo C. Grosser 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grout 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haas Mr. Thomas Habig and Mrs. Jane Kammer Habig Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Haegele Rev. Raymond S. Hartman 1959 Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Heck 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hehman 1985 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Held 1969 Mrs. Jean Hengelbrok Mr. Robert A. Hengelbrok 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hodges Mr. Michael L. Hoff 2003 Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan Golf Outing - Hole #3 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hoover 1999 Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Huller 1963 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hummel 1944 Mr. Daniel J. Hunt 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Huseman 1986

Mr. and Mrs. Erick Jackson Mr. Gerard L. Jacobs 1975 Mrs. Rachel Juelg 1996 and Mr. Matthew Juelg Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kaufman Mr. Larry Kavanagh and Ms. Kelly Kusch Mrs. Holly H. Keeler Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kemper 1949 Mr. John Kenkel Mr. Michael Kennedy and Ms. Lisa Grosse Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kennedy 1974 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Klaene 1964 Mr. Uwe Knoop and Mrs. Giuliana Cerrutti Donayre Mr. and Ms. Kirk Knotts CSM Robert A. Konen USAF (RET) 1949 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kordenbrock 1965 Mr. George T. Kreutzjans 2009 Mr. and Mrs. William Kreutzjans 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Kruse 1957 Captain Andrejs V. Kukainis 1999 Mr. and Mrs. John Kunkel 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaEace 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lageman 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lamping 1976 Dr. and Dr. Robert Latz Dr. and Mrs. Harold Laughlin 1941 Mrs. Anna Little Mr. and Mrs. Andy Longbrake Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lonnemann Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lorenz 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lubbers Mr. and Mrs. James Luersen 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Luken 1976 Colonel and Mrs. Brian Lukey 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lunn 1971 Mr. and Mrs. David Maher 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marshall 1950 Rev. Alexander C. McCullough 2005 Dr. and Mrs. Steven McGee 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Memering 1953 Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Memering 1962 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Menke 1946 Mr. Andrew K. Merkle 2010 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Metzger 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Roger Metzger 1965 Mrs. Sarah Metzger 1998 and Mr. David Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meyer 1965 Dr. Mark E. Middendorf 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mihalik 1965 Dr. and Dr. Jon Minzner 1987 Mrs. Veronica Mitchell Major and Mrs. John Montgomery 1991 Mr. David Moon and Mrs. Maleah Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mullen 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nau 1957 Mr. Raymond J. Neace 1970 Dr. and Mrs. Garry Neltner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nienaber 1948 Rev. Daniel J. Noll 1968 Dr. and Mrs. James Noll 1955 Dr. Douglas G. Ohmer 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Noah Osterhage 2003 Mr. and Mrs.Wesley Pence Mr. and Mrs. Mark Popovich 1964

Mr. William G. Poston 1951 Ms. Rita Funke Pritchard and Mr. David Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. Mark Purtilar 1976 Mrs. Clare Quigley Mr. and Mrs. Derek Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. James Rauf 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rechtin 1966 Mrs. Carol Reed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reinert 1965 Rev. Robert J. Reinke 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Robbins 1953 Dr. and Dr. Helmut Roehrig 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rolfes 1949 Ms. Eva Romer Mr. Paul J. Rottman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ruberg 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rumpke 1987 Ms. Tink Russo Rev. James M. Ryan 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saelinger 1973 Mr. and Mrs. P. Sean Sage 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sandfoss Mrs. Mary Lee Schaffer Mr. Timothy Schafstall 1974 and Ms. Kate Butoryak Dr. Charles B. Schewene 1957 Mrs. Kelly Schleker 1999 and Mr. Patrick Schleker Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schlosser 1972 Dr. and Mrs. David Schmid Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schmidt 1976 Rev. Johnathan P. Schmolt 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroder 1964 Mr. Roger Schroder Mr. and Mrs. George Schuette 1964 Mr. Gregory C. Schuler 1968 Dr. and Mrs. John Secter 1976 Dr. Andrew L. Seibert 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sensel 1950 Mr. Richard E. Shinners 1968 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Simon 1981 Dr. John Spence and Ms. Colleen O’Toole Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Spenlau 1969 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Speth Dr. and Mrs. Scott Spille 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stapleton 1973 Dr. and Mrs. James Stearns 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Stiegelmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stylinski Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Wayde Tapp 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thelen Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thomas 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thomas 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Thornberry Mr. and Mrs. David Thueneman Mr. and Mrs. Eric Thueneman 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tiemeier 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trenkamp 1951 Mr. and Mrs. David Trunnell Mr. and Mrs. Barry Tuemler 1976 Dr. and Mrs. Albert Vesper 1959 Dr. and Mrs. Lee Vesper 1953 Mr. Robert J. Vogelpohl 1943 Mr. Jeffrey Von Handorf 1974 and Ms. Mary Beiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Von Handorf 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Brion Walters Mr. and Mrs. Mark Waters 1974 Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wulfeck 1976

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Yelton 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zembrodt 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Hans Zimmer 1976 Mrs. Louella Zimmer

Trojan Club $1 to $99 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abeln 1977 Mr. and Mrs. William Abrams 1968 Ms. Norma Acey Mr. Stephen Albert Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ankenbauer 1966 Mr. and Mrs. John Anneken 1975 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. David Baioni D.J. Becker Mr. Gerald F. Biedenbender 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bier Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bleha Mr. Michael L. Blewett 2011 Mr. and Mrs. John Blignaut Mr. and Mrs. Chip Boehmker Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bossert Mr. and Mrs. Millard Bossert Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bradhold Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown Mrs. Margaret Butler Mr. and Mrs. Bonaventure Cahill 1952 Mr. and Mrs. David Cahill Mr. and Mrs. Grady Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. David Camm Dr. David E. Carr 1977 Mr. and Mrs. George Carr 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Case Mr. and Mrs. Kokhon Chan Mr. Timothy Clements Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleves 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Codell Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cole Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Collins Ms. Grace Cooper Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cropper 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Culman Mr. Joseph W. Dailey 1986 Ms. Christina Daly 1997 and Mr. Levi Daly Mr. Jeffrey Darnell and Mrs. Theresa Hooks-Darnell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Darpel Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Delaney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Deters Dr. and Mrs. James Deye 1960 Dr. and Mrs. George Donovan 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Drees Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dressman 1961 Dr. James Duddey 1957 and Ms. Mary Ricard Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Erpenbeck 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fedders 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fisher 1958 Mrs. Aurelia H. Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gamm 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gerrety Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gier Mr. Henry C. Gieske 1950 Mr. Robert J. Gieske 1967 Dr. Gilbert Gigliotti 1977 and Mrs. Martha Perry Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goetz 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gough 1963 Ms. Marilyn Grainger

Mr. and Mrs. L. Joseph Gray Mr. and Mrs. Michael Griese Mr. Louis J. Grome 1943 Mr. and Mrs. David Gross 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hafertepen Ms. Mary Helen Halderman Mr. Louis Haskell Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hegge 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henchy Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Henn 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Henry Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffman 1961 Mr. and Mrs. John Holtz 1954 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hubbart Mr. Richard J. Janosick 1953 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jennings Mr. Paul Kaelin and Ms. Ann Rospert Ms. M. Bridget Kaiser 2004 Dr. Thomas Kalin and Dr. Elizabeth Moussas Mr. Patrick M. Kennison 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kilmer Dr. and Mrs. John King 1984 Mr. Shawn King 1996 and Ms. Betsy Wallis Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knapp 1955 Mr. and Mrs. David Knochelmann Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koehling 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kolbe 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Korzenborn Mr. Albert Kovacic 1990 and Dr. Melinda Butsch-Kovacic Dr. and Mrs. David Kramer 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kramer 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kremer 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Kreutzjans 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Krumpelman Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Krumpelman Mr. Janis A. Kukainis 1998 Mrs. Mary Kukainis Mr. Robert P. Langenderfer 1992 Mr. Don Langguth Mr. and Mrs. Steve Langguth The Honorable and Mrs. John Lewis 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Light Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Linkugel Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lukey 1977 Mr. and Mrs. George Lyon Mr. and Mrs. Kirk MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Steven Martin Ms. Kady Martini Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCullough Mr. Stephen T. McMurtry 2011 Mr. Richard G. Meier 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Messer Dr. Neal A. Messer 1992 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Metzger 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Randall Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moellman Mr. James A. Montgomery Mr. and Ms. David Mueller Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nierman 1949 Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nussman Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Osterhage 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pangallo 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pearce Mrs. Jane Phelan Ms. Kathryn Powers Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powers

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pulsfort, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Purcell 1988 Rev. James E. Quill 1945 Mr. and Mrs. Terik Rahali Mr. Nicholas Rechtin 1963 and Mrs. Anna Stegman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reckers 1964 Mr. Mark Reker Mr. Frederick Reuter and Ms. Judy Wimburg Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rice Dr. and Mrs. Leo Riedinger 1960 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson 1986 Mr. Donald Robke 1975 and Ms. Wendy Eilbacher Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rolfsen 1946 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Roth 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ruter Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sallee Mr. and Mrs. James Saner 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Santos Ms. Anne M. Schmid 2006 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schuetter Mr. Roger J. Schuler 1974 Mrs. Kathy Schumer Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Seiter 1968 Mr. Donald E. Sexton 1958 Dr. and Mrs. George Shaw Mr. and Mrs. John Sheehy Ms. Marla Specht Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins Rev. Raymond Stratman Mr. and Mrs. Nate Tanamachi Mr. Mark A. Theissen 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Girish Thimmadasaiah Mr. and Mrs. Toerner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Toney Mr. and Ms. Robert Traut Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trauth 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tuemler 1971 Mr. and Mrs. John Tuemler Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uthe Mr. and Mrs. Larry Vannasdall Mr. Lee Veazey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weatherford Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Wehrman 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiechman 1971 Mr. John F. Wilz 1967 Mrs. Beverly Youtsey Mr. and Mrs. Ted Zalla 1984



2016-2017 Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. During the 2016-2017 fiscal year, Latin School showed slight gains as compared to previous year (not including the principal debt payments for the building expansion and renovation.) As of June 30, 2017, the debt balance was $4,798,773.05. Latin School paid $588,540.87 towards debt principal in the 2016-2017 fiscal year.





Tuition Assistance




Fundraising (includes AAF, Endowment Income & other fundraising) Misc.


(-10,245.97) $2,180,759.09

EXPENSES Administration


Advancement and Admissions


Payroll Taxes and Benefits


Instructional Salaries


Other Instructional Expenses Building Operation Building Loan Interest Payment

35,931.59 220,705.65 90,457.41 $2,134,635.49

Net Income




Dear CLS Family, Friends, and Alumni, Now that my first year as Headmaster has passed, I remain ever-so honored and humbled by the opportunity to lead such a fine institution. Blessed with a strong administrative team and dedicated faculty and staff, we celebrated many successes this past school year. Thirty-eight seniors comprising the Class of 2017 are now the newest additions to our prestigious pool of alumni. These spirited graduates soon begin their next major journey, ready in every way for the challenges of college, travel, and life, in general. Please join me in wishing them well! May all of our alumni remember the motto that guides our efforts at Covington Latin – bonitatem et disciplinam, et scientiam, doce me! The 2017-2018 school year promises even more success, as we continue to grow programming to meet the ever-changing needs of our students. Each year, the goal is to provide the same classical education that has defined us for over 90 years with the most effective methods. A major focus this year is what we proudly call our Whole Child Initiative, which directs more of our energies to the development of the entire individual – the spiritual, the academic, the social, and the emotional. The more well-rounded our students, the more able they are to meet challenges head on, to adapt to changing landscapes, and to collaboratively solve problems. Additionally, by partnering with the NaviGo career and college preparation curriculum, we are better preparing our students to make informed and empowered decisions about college. A CLS education provides one of the most solid educational foundations in the region. This education, coupled with increased emphasis on socio-emotional development, will better shape determined and enthusiastic leaders. This year, our student body has also grown, breaking the five year trend of decreased enrollment. With growth this year, we capitalize on the positive momentum gained from our efforts last year. It can be stated obviously that we hope to continue this trend. Latin School graduates possess all the tools to make the world a dramatically better place; the more graduates we send forth, the more effective we are as an institution of positive change. You – the alumni and benefactors of CLS – can help us in our goal for growth. Please share your experiences with others. Spread the word about the positive mission of your alma mater. Word-of-mouth marketing remains the most powerful vehicle for attention, so do not be shy about the positive impact that Latin School has had on your life. Our financial outlook is also stabilizing. Our facilities are the finest in the area. The recent renovation ensured this, but the remaining debt continues to hinder our efforts to operate the school within our means. This year, we hope to lay the groundwork for a debt reduction campaign that will eliminate our building debt by the 100 year anniversary of Covington Latin School in 2023. If there is one threat to a bright future, it is our building debt. We must continue to focus substantial efforts on the elimination of this debt so that operational monies can be used for student services and instructional support. As we move into the future, your support is needed more than ever. Each gift to Covington Latin – be it time, talent, or treasure – moves our mission forward and impacts future generations of leaders. For decades, CLS has been the school for leadership development. With strong faith and discipline, Latin graduates display character and ethic that encourage them to stand out and to shine. We want to ensure the strength of this mission for decades to come – please consider helping us along the way. Our Annual Appeal will soon begin anew. Some make bold gifts to move our school forward dramatically. Others provide steady gifts, year after year. No matter the gift, it is a blessing for our school and a testament to your appreciation for the mission of Covington Latin School. Simply put, THANK YOU! May God continue to bless you and your family,

Jason Huther Headmaster

Covington Latin School 21 E. Eleventh Street Covington, KY 41011 Address Service Requested

SAVE THE DATE! January 29-February 2 Catholic Schools Week February 11 Open House 24 February Entrance Exam Trivia Night 16-18 Senior Play April 14 April Entrance Exam Grand Event May 1 Senior Academic Signing Day 9 The Denny Whitehead Memorial Scholarship Mass 26 Graduation FOLLOW COVINGTON LATIN SCHOOL

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