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WE ARE FAMILY 2019-2020 Year-End Review


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OUR MISSION Holy Trinity HIgh School, a Catholic school in the Holy Cross tradition, challenges and nurtures students academically, spiritually, and personally, as they prepare to lead lives of leadership and service.

2020-2021 LEADERSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES Michael J. Hornig, Chair Laura J. Clark, Chair Emeritus Craig S. Dean, Chair Emeritus John R. Raitt, Chair Emeritus Brian F. Richards, Chair Emeritus Kevin D. Angeles Walter A. Bledsoe III Gretchen Carlotti Phil Doetsch Daniel P. Green Melinda Green Br. Kenneth Haders, CSC Creighton Hartanov Peter Hepner Nickolas Kepler Br. Robert Lavelle, CSC Peter Martinets Matthew Norris Agustin Rizo ’96 Becky A. Sheehan Timothy J. Sheehan Ziemowit T. Smulkowski Kathleen P. Sullivan Joseph E. Tyler III

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ADVISORY COUNCIL Alfredo Avila ’90 Phillip Babcock Jeffrey B. Blackburn Jeff Delheimer Andrew J. Fitzgerald Philip Foxworthy Daniel F. Grabos ’64 Michelle Lawless Alexandria Luppi Ryan Mollet Graham Murphy Coral Negron Tolani Odutayo ’06 Marcia Pollard John J. Reilly Christopher D. Sheaffer Frederick M. Smith Matthew Unertl Robert Walker ’04 Brianne Weymouth Andre Williams ’90 Chris Zweidinger

TRUSTEES EMERITI Erick C. Christensen Dr. Opal Easter–Smith, Chair Emeritus Marion “Mac” Gajek ’68, Chair Emeritus Steven A. Hinton ’82 L. Jessica Jagielnik Kenneth Jaszczor ’55 Robert T. Joseph, Esq. Cheryl A. LeeVan Javier Nuñez Deepak A. Patel, Chair Emeritus Peter P. Peters ’53 Alice B. Prus Matthew L. Rodriguez ’54 Manuel “Manny” Sanchez ’66, Chair Emeritus Kathryn E. Sevcik Charlene Soby Cynthia A. Vanina

ADMINISTRATION Timothy M. Bopp, President Quincy Paden ‘95, Principal Nara Mahone, Assistant Principal Bernada Baker, Dean of Students John Malloy, Chief Operating Officer


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WELCOME Holy Trinity High School has now completed 110 years fulfilling the mission of the Brothers of Holy Cross to educate young minds in the City of Chicago. While educating the hearts and minds of generations of students, our school has endured through times of trial and of prosperity. During its first decade, the Holy Trinity community endured through the 1918 Flu Pandemic and now faces the COVID-19 pandemic, Mike Hornig, Board Chair combined with an increased recognition of the structural disparities within our society. In its 111th year Holy Trinity will celebrate the Holy Cross value of Family and we are reminded of the strength of the entire Holy Trinity family: students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, volunteers, Brothers and Board members. Our incredible resiliency will guide us, together, as we make an ever-lasting impact! Despite the considerable challenges presented to our Holy Trinity family this past year, we continue to pursue our mission to help each of our students reach their full potential and become compassionate men and women of leadership and service. Along the way, we accomplished the following: • Delivered continuous, consistent and challenging remote education from our dedicated faculty and Tim Bopp, President staff during the COVID shutdown • Provided support and guidance to our senior class of 70 members who were awarded the astonishing sum of $17 million in college scholarships to prestigious colleges and universities across the country • Completed Phase One of our Façade Project, making our building structurally sound and beautifully elegant for another 90 years of service • Raised a record-setting $1.3 million gross at our Guardians of Hope Dinner to provide financial assistance to our deserving students • Admitted over a hundred new students to our campus, who are excited about the incredible opportunities that our Holy Cross education will provide them • Welcomed our new academic leader, Dr. Quincy Paden, class of 1995, and celebrated the retirement of Marianne Lynch after decades of service to Catholic education As you read through our Annual Report, you will hear from disparate members of our family, each bringing life to our mission in their own way. Please know that their dedication to Holy Trinity is an inspiration as well as a challenge to us, to continue the legacy of the Brothers and of the many graduates who have made Holy Trinity a very unique and special place!

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REINTRODUCING PRINCIPAL QUINCY PADEN: A 29-YEAR LOVE STORY WITH HOLY TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL By Charles Jefferson The month was August and the year was 1991. Carl Lewis and his team set a four by 100 meter relay world record in 37 seconds in Switzerland, then President George H.W. Bush declared the recession was near an end and a young, fresh, and eager kid from Chicago’s West Side walked through the doors of Holy Trinity High School. His name was Quincy Paden, and little did he know that he’d be embarking on a 29-year journey with the Holy Cross school. “I’d never heard of Holy Trinity before, just the big name public schools,” recalls Paden, who credits Holy Trinity with cementing his values and putting him on the path to manhood. “I had a guidance counselor who treated me like I was her own son, and she was the one who got me into Morehouse.” A graduate of Morehouse College and Northern Illinois University, Paden’s path to Holy Trinity almost didn’t happen, however. As he explains: “My mom met a man, whom she was dating, and was going to marry him,” Paden said. The plan was to move to Bellwood, where Paden would have attended Proviso West High School in Hillside. Just as final plans were being made, his mom’s fiancé passed away suddenly, leaving her heartbroken and Paden without a school to attend. With the new school

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teachers, three of them would come from Holy Trinity. They were more than teachers. They were my manhood.” This trip down memory lane brings back many good memories for Paden, as he considered Holy Trinity his extended family. “The students were cool, I got along with everybody, and I made a crew of friends [from freshman year] that I’m still friends with to this day.” As the conversation continued, Paden became more candid about his goals and career aspirations. In fact, Paden didn’t intend on being an educator at all. “I wanted to be a doctor,” Paden reminisces. “I became addicted to people’s reactions when I told them that.” Throughout his time at Holy Trinity, Paden was adamant about his determination to become a doctor. That all changed while at Morehouse. As Paden puts it, his mom worked three jobs and spent ‘every dime she had’ to send him to school. “Halfway through orientation, she just ran out of money. And I didn’t have the money for a biology book.” Paden’s mom called his dad to ask for some assistance, but struck out. Attributing his attitude to arrogance, Paden thought he could get by in the class without the textbook. He failed the class, and the path to becoming a doctor became more stressful and even further out of reach. Paden made the decision to switch his major to psychology, stating he had an eye on education, particularly working in higher education. “I don’t think my father even knows this,” Paden said. year weeks away from commencing and Paden’s mom not wanting him to attend public school, they knew they had to act swiftly. A friend of Paden’s happened to be enrolled at Holy Trinity when he encouraged Paden and his mom to consider the school. “She came here, she liked it, and enrolled me that day,” Paden said. The transition from grammar school to high school was an easy one, Paden says, crediting his success to the teachers he had freshman year. “If I had to rank in order my top five 6

After graduating from Morehouse, Paden worked as a counselor at Western Illinois University. He spent about a year at the school, but the experience humbled him and turned him onto a career that just a few years back, wasn’t on his radar. “One of my first clients was thinking about committing suicide,” Paden said. “I told him I want you to go home and think about if you want me to continue being your counselor. And he automatically said yes. And when he left, I knew this would be a big part of my life, that someone thought enough of me to, in some ways put their life in my hands.”


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"I want parents to look at us and say, we’ve got to get you into Holy Trinity"

After working at Northern Illinois University, Harry Truman College and Adler University, the time came for Paden to come home. When Paden was at Holy Trinity, he was heavily involved in sports, excelling in track and field and basketball. It was this love for sports and quest for competition that would introduce him to basketball coach Timothy Bopp, who now serves as President of Holy Trinity and played a major role in luring Paden back to the corner of Division and Cleaver.

As he was preparing to relocate to the East Coast to take a Vice President of Student Affairs role at a college just outside of Boston, Paden received a phone call from Bopp indicating former principal Marianne Lynch was retiring, and asking if he would be interested in the role. Hesitantly, Paden stated that most of his experience was in higher education, and the prospect of moving away from Chicago was too good to pass up.

One of his first goals is to grow enrollment at Holy Trinity to 400 plus students. Another goal is to make sure the school is seen as a 21st Century high school, complete with modern classes, excellent faculty, and endless options for students. “I want parents to look at us and say, we’ve got to get you into Holy Trinity.” With a big smile that came across his face, Paden reflected on the full circle moment of leading the school he once attended. “It’s a love story that I have with my high school and we never broke up. We were just long distance for a while.”

After talking and catching up, the conversation ended. Determined to convince Paden not to trade Lake Michigan for Martha’s Vineyard, Bopp called again. “It felt like I was being spiritually guided there. It was a new feeling.” After several rounds of interviews, an offer was made. Paden reflects on the moment he picked up his phone to officially accept, in a state of disbelief that he was turning down a lucrative position in Boston to take another new path: high school principal. As history would prove it, Paden had no idea that he would be leading a school through one of the most catastrophic health crises of our lifetime. “Many people I spoke with thought this [coronavirus] would be gone in a matter of weeks,” Paden said. “I knew we were going to be stuck with this, because viruses just don’t go away. I was very hesitant, and afraid that many [students] wouldn’t stick around.” Facing many adversities throughout his life, Paden became excited about the challenge of not only keeping the school together, but also increasing enrollment at the same time. 7


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TEACHING IN A TIME OF E-LEARNING As a teacher, I would like to think that what happens in our classrooms is essential to my students’ education. I believe that’s true. But there is more to a high school education than completing assignments and taking tests. Much of what makes a school like Holy Trinity a great place for learning takes place between the lessons, in the hallways, in the cafeteria, at Mass, or after school in the myriad club meetings and team practices. In these more relaxed settings students are still learning – and growing – even if they don’t realize it. They are learning from their teachers, coaches, and other mentors and, because it is a true community, we are learning from them. Ideally, this takes place face-to-face, in real-time, in a real building. But we do not live in ideal times. These are times that try men’s souls, and women’s souls, too (to paraphrase Thomas Paine). So we are practicing social distancing and, whenever possible, we are sheltering in place. We are still in the midst of a pandemic, and doing all we can to mitigate -- and get through this. At HT we are focusing on flexibility and adaptability. Our hybrid model allows students who want in person learning to come to the school two days a week to see their teachers and fellow students. (The remaining days the students take their classes remotely.) And those who prefer not to come into the school may choose 100 percent remote learning. This is not ideal. But it does give students and parents more options than they are getting at schools that have gone 100 percent remote learning for all.

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But right now, at this point in the pandemic, we are trying to balance education with the need for safety. This is not the case just for HT, but for schools across the country. My neighbor uses Zoom to teach her preschool class. And as I write this, my daughter, a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, is doing all of her classes online. I am biased, but I think HT provides both education and safety in great measure. Of course, we teachers were lucky at HT. For the past few years, we have become increasingly digital at HT. Students were given Chromebooks and teachers were encouraged to use technology in our classrooms. We devoted professional development to learning the new tools available on the web and our devices, and we got a chance to try out e-learning last year during the polar vortex. When it came time last spring to teach remotely every day – for weeks and weeks – I learned I had a

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lot of learning to do. It was not enough to just post assignments and expect students to do the work. Remote learning had to be fun and engaging. Because we seek to educate our students’ hearts and minds, it also had to, in some way, make up for the community the students were missing. Again, we are lucky. The very thing about our students that sometimes drove us crazy in class – that they were on the phones so much, “addicted” to social media – also means they are very much digital natives. Many of them are quite adept at e-learning. What I am learning with e-learning is, thanks to the internet, it is possible to maintain the HT community. When this is over, and we return to our classroom, I think the experience of remote learning will have taught us all more tricks – giving us more tools for our teaching toolbox – while strengthening our resolve and community.

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WORKING DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC: A STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Mitzi Flores is your average high school senior. She’s heavily involved in school clubs and extracurriculars, she volunteers, and holds parttime employment – all while maintaining a high grade point average. Mitzi also works part-time as a grocery store clerk in Oak Park. Mitzi Flores

While many students went to class and stayed home during the early months of the pandemic, Mitzi went to work. “When the pandemic hit, my manager told us that times would get crazy,” Mitzi said. “We thought this would be over in a few weeks.” As time would have it, things became worse over the next few months. When more schools and businesses converted to remote operations, Mitzi found her work hours increasing. Mitzi recalled, “Saturdays and Sundays were 10 hour shifts, back-to-back. I wasn’t patient at first.” Mitzi had to quickly adapt to the changing times and understand that her work, now more than ever, was extremely important to her community. “With time I learned that everything we were doing was needed, especially when I heard that family, and even some coworkers got sick. I chose to keep going to work, even though it was a risk”, Mitzi reflected. She then had to call on a value she learned at Holy Trinity – discipline. The Holy Cross value of ‘discipline’ is a charism that students are taught during their time at Holy Trinity. Through Mitzi’s hard work and leadership, she was able to also focus on her academics and finish the school year strong. “I was able to maintain my 3.5 grade point average and both my scholarships,” Mitzi said. Throughout her years at HT, Mitzi’s teachers have shown her the importance of commitment and discipline. “My teachers would put in long hours after school and are very patient with giving you individual time with classwork and just having a place to go after school.” We are proud of Mitzi for following the value of discipline, by providing support to others while accomplishing her goals inside and outside the classroom. Looking forward to the future, Mitzi plans to attend college and build the life of her dreams. 11


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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2020! Despite the hardships and adversities they faced due to COVID-19, the Class of 2020 persevered and secured an impressive $17.4 million in collegiate scholarships and grants. In fact, seven graduates were awarded more than $1 million each in scholarships! The members of the Class of 2020 are attending some of the finest colleges and universities in the country, including University of Notre Dame, University of Michigan, DePauw University, Michigan State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, St. Edward’s University, Case Western Reserve University, University of Iowa, DePaul University, Loyola University - Chicago, University of San Francisco, St. Olaf College, Coe College, Augustana College, and more! Graduate Moshay Turner sums up the senior year experience: “From the beginning, the Class of 2020 chose greatness. It’s unfortunate that Ms. Rona cut our time short, but to my class, you are my pride and joy. As we branch off to our different place, hold the memories we do have close and tight.”

SENIOR AWARDS Valedictorian: Moshay Turner Salutatorians: Atzihri Guido and Angela Ponce Solano Top Ten:

Aaron Jaszczor, Dung Vu, Jennifer Rios Lopez, Minh Nguyen, Thao Nguyen, Gabriel Sheikh, Aaron Trinidad

Student of the Year:

Moshay Turner

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$2,213,310

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$330,450 $530K $229K $571K Total raised in foundation support

Awarded in HT scholarships

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We are humbled by the continued commitment of these friends, alumni, partners, and parents to the mission of Holy Trinity. The following are names of individuals, corporations, and foundations whose gifts were received from July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020. Italics indicate members of Holy Trinity’s Board of Trustees, Advisory Council, and Trustee Emeriti. Asterisks indicate Holy Trinity faculty and staff, and the † symbol indicates donors who are now deceased.

INDIVIDUALS $100,00+

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghoef Mr. Robert J. Buford Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Dean Mr. and Mrs. John R. Raitt

$50,000–$99,999

Mr. John Dyer and Ms. Luz Gaitan-Dyer

$25,000–$49,999

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Mach '55 Mr. Larry W. Martin and Ms. Raquel R. Bech Ms. Karen K. Nixon Mr. Michael Payette Ms. Linda E. Salisbury Mr. Mark T. Wight

$10,000–$24,999

Anonymous Mr. Charles P. Barkley Mr. Jeffrey B. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bledsoe, III Ms. LaVerne Cohen † Mr. and Mrs. Philip Doetsch Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fay Mr. and Mrs. James G. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Furgal '58 Mr. and Mrs. Justin Hartanov Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keiser Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Norris Mr. Kevin Angeles and Mrs. Kathleen Sullivan Mr. Francis J. Wodarczyk '62

$5,000–$9,999

Anonymous Dr. Mark R. Aschliman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Baker '55 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beemer Mr. and Mrs. Brant Bittmann Ms. Mary J. Cahillane Mr. Mike Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carlotti Ms. Laura J. Clark Mr. William Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Cole Mrs. Jacquelyne DenUyl 14

Mr. H. Robert Foerster III Mr. and Mrs. David Gaudet Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Green Ms. Karen Johnson Ms. Meara Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas Kepler Ms. Michelle Lawless Ms. Cheryl A. LeeVan Mr. Peter Martinets Mr. and Mrs. Graham Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Negron Mr. Kenneth W. O'Keefe and Mr. Jason Stephens Ms. Kristen Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Richards Mr. Richard Ryan Mr. Joseph O. Saulnier Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sheaffer Mr. Gregory G. Simoncini and Mr. Ed Dudley Mr. Richard A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Trahey Mr. and Mrs. Jason Wietfeld Mr. Denis M. Zamirowski '63

$1,000–$4,999

Mr. Patrick Agnew Mr. and Mrs. Ross Arthurs Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Babcock Ms. Danielle J. Barnes '00 Ms. Patricia M. Bidwill Mr. John T. Bonk '56 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Boonstra Mr. Timothy M. Bopp and Ms. Mary Anne Benden* Mr. and Mrs. James Brault Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Braun Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brown Mr. Joseph R. Burden Mr. Patrick Burns Ms. Judith E. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Sal Cerami Mr. and Mrs. Erick C. Christensen Mr. Lewis Collens Mr. and Mrs. Jim Colletti Ms. Katrina Crane Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Curley Mr. Deforest P. Davis and Ms. Tiffany Lytle Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dickens Ms. Claire T. Durkin Mr. James Farley and

Mrs. Mary Farley Mr. and Mrs. Blane Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Len Gaudio Mr. Sam Goldman Dr. Jana French and Mr. Peter M. Gotsch Mr. and Mrs. James Graunke Mr. Brooks Gruemmer Mr. and Mrs. Carlos J. Guevara '70 Br. Kenneth Haders, C.S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hale Mr. and Mrs. Max Hall Ms. Kimberly A. Hart '01 Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hennessy Mr. Tony Hoban Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hornig Mr. and Mrs. Lorence A. Huggett Dr. Daniel J. Hurley Mr. Robert Isham Ms. L. Jessica Jagielnik* Mr. and Mrs. Patrick V. Kelly Mr. Michael Kelly Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Kline Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Levy Ms. Marian K. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Gregory F. Lopatka '58 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S. Lubin Mr. Joseph S. Lushnia '53 Mrs. Marianne Lynch and Mr. James Butler* Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Lynch Mr. Mandus Buckle and Ms. Sarah Lyon Mr. Chris Mark Ms. Judy Marth Mr. Clyde McGregor Mr. Charles P. McQuaid Mr. and Mrs. Roger Merriman Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Miklius Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Miles '57 Mrs. Cheryl Milnes Mr. and Mrs. Burke J. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Mullaney Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Nerenberg Mr. and Mrs. Justin M. Newman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Niewiarowski Ms. Linda Norris Mr. Matthew E. Norton and Mrs. Christine Anderson

Ms. Anne O'Malley Mr. Julian Oettinger Mr. and Mrs. Craig Painter Mr. and Mrs. John S. Palmer Mr. Gregory H. Pappas Mr. Michael Pavilon Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Peters '53 Ms. Marcia Pollard Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt Dr. Jose R. Quero Mr. and Mrs. Agustin Rizo '96 Mr. and Mrs. Mon Roldan Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rolfes Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sassano* Mr. and Mrs. Brad Schatz Mr. Thomas J. Schmitz Ms. Barbara Seid Mr. and Mrs. Kevin E. Sevcik Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silman Mr. Stephen Smith Mr. Ziemowit Smulkowski and Ms. Malgorzata Bremmer Mr. David Spitulnik and Ms. Diana Cohen Ms. Betsy Sproul Mr. Thaddeus J. Staniec '60 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Trump Mr. Joseph E. Tyler III Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Velasquez Ms. Beth E. Walker Mr. Douglas K. Walker Mr. David Walsh Mr. Michael J. Welsh and Mrs. Linda M. Brummer-Welsh Ms. Brianne Weymouth Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Wiet Mr. Kurt Wittenberg * Mr. and Mrs. Chris Yarusso Mr. Steven Zick

$500–$999

Mr. Ty Adams Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Avila '90 Mr. John Avila Mr. Guy Barcelona Mr. Charles S. Bargiel '65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bargiel '64 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Bednar Sister Genemarie Beegan* Mr. Jerry Bern Ms. Ariel Biscan


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Mr. Wendell A. Bowman Ms. Cari Bucci Mr. and Mrs. Scott Buck Mr. Brice Carr Dr. James Chermak and Dr. Leslie Chermak Mr. Leonard Deering Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Delheimer Ms. Katherine Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Drew Mr. Walter Duarte Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Duhon Mr. Stephen Durchslag Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Estka '74 Ms. Nadia Evstiounina Mr. and Mrs. Matt Fearnbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Flynn Ms. Camille Fotopoulos Mr. John Fregeau Mr. Allan Gabriele Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner Ms. Sara Glaviano Mr. and Mrs. Adam Grais Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gruensfelder Mr. Kyle Harmon Mr. Harry Huzenis Mr. and Mrs. Conrad R. Jaszczor '64 Mr. Kenneth Jaszczor '55 Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Joseph Mr. Eddie Karl Mr. Philip Kayman Mr. and Mrs. Marty Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kerrigan Mr. Michael Kiley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinealy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Klatt Ms. Carolyn Konigseder Mr. Matthew Kunz Ms. Jennifer Lane Mr. Tom Henkey and Dr. Megan M. Leider Mr. Michael Levin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis Ms. Susanne J. Liss Mr. and Mrs. Tim Liston Mr. Fernando Lozano '94 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lucas Mr. Rudolph Luciani Dr. Joel U. Mann Mr. Gary Matzner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mazurczak Ms. Lynn McGovern Ms. Jane Menendez Ms. Eve Moran Mr. and Mrs. William P. Murphy Ms. Stacey E. Nadolny Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Neary Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Niebauer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel North Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Nowak '65 Mr. and Mrs. Fred O'Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Mark O'Malley Mr. and Mrs. John R. Olechny '64 Mr. Tom Panichi Mr. Wolf D. Peddinghaus Mr. Nick Petros Ms. Cynthia Piech Ms. Leslie M. Prentice Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rebecca Dr. Kelli Riedl and Mr. Charles Riedl Mrs. Joy Riedl Mr. and Mrs. Scott Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rowader Ms. Katherine Rush Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sabloff Mr. and Mrs. John T. Shively* Mr. Len Siegal Mr. Michael Silver Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sniegowski '55 Mr. Chris Allen and Ms. Holly Snow Ms. Carrie Stratton Mr. and Mrs. James D. Walsh '57 Rev. Thomas P. Walsh Mr. Eric Wasowicz Ms. Susan Welter Mr. Michael S. Wierzbicki '67 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Wilczynski '66 Ms. Dolores A. Williams

$150–$499

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Abraham Mr. James W. Appel Ms. Carolyn Aronson Ms. Michelle Pitts Mr. John S. Bank Ms. Lauren Bever Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bogdan Mr. Kevin Breen Mr. Edward Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Buchan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calderone Mr. and Mrs. James W. Channell '64 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Ciecko '54 Mr. David Clegg Mr. Mark Connolly Ms. Lyndsey Coppock Ms. Mary M. Cronin Mr. John Anthony Cruz '66 Ms. Teresita Cruz Mrs. Nancy Czarnik Mr. Jim Darrow Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Di Ciolla '65 Mr. Gregory Edward Domanowski '64 Mr. Michael Domek Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Dziadosz '81 Dr. Opal Easter-Smith and Mr. Lester Smith Mr. Joe Ellis Mr. Gregory J. Evansky and Mrs. Carol Ann Senese-Evansky

Ms. Marta Farion Ms. Lorna Ferguson Dr. Neil Fine, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Flakus '61 Br. Joseph F. Fox, C.S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Foxworthy Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Fron '62 Ms. Lauren Ganshirt Mr. Quinn Gaughan Mr. Bryan Girouard Mr. Joseph M. Glorioso Ms. Helyn Goldenberg Ms. Candace J. Gouwens Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Grygiel '59 Mr. Richard P. Grzelak '62 Mr. Ryan J. Gutowsky Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hamlin Mr. David Holodak and Mrs. Katherine Scheib Mr. and Mrs. Dylan Hoyer Mr. George A. Job '60 Mr. Eric Johanson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Kacprowicz '64 Mr. Eugene Kaminski '77 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kane Ms. Lydia Karjaka Mr. Robert F. Kawalek '59 Ms. Kathleen A. Kelly Mr. Paul King Ms. Bonnie Kinney Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Kowalski '66 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Koziol '66 Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kross '54 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kuper '65 Mr. George A. Kwak '40 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Lach '64 Ms. Mary LaPierre Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. LaRocco, Jr. '70 Mr. and Mrs. Drew Lear Mr. and Ms. Robert Lederer Mr. and Mrs. Didier Lepauw Ms. Hazel Levinthal Mr. Michael Licata Mr. and Mrs. Todd Louderback Ms. Kate Lucas* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Macyauski* Mr. Pete Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. John L. Malloy* Mr. and Mrs. Jake M. Martin Ms. Anita Martinez Mr. William N. Matthews Ms. Cynthia Mazza Ms. Mary F. McGilvray Mr. John Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. John Moore Mr. Amilcar Morales and Ms. Karin Chew* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murdock Mr. Luis Navarette Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nelson Ms. Becky Norris Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Olsofka '66

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Mr. Thomas G. Opferman Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Ozga '56 Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Paetsch '59 Ms. Patricia Palacios Ms. Barbara Panek Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Paniak '61 Mr. Philip J. Pappas and Dr. Ana Lucia S. Pappas Mr. Patrick Peltz Mr. Reynaldo N. Perez '80 Mr. David Pezza Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus C. Pieczko '53 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Piskor '58 Mr. Danny Podkowa and Ms. Siobhan Reidy Ms. Sharon Quigley Mr. Frank E. Radja '70 Ms. Nancy Raisutis Ms. Caitlin Reidy Mr. James R. Riedl Mr. and Mrs. Carlo J. Riggio '65 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rocush Ms. Kellie Rogers Ms. Millie Rosenbloom Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Ross '50 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rothrock Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ruprecht Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Rycaj '58 Mr. Peter H. Schaff Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schneider Mr. Lewis M. Schneider Mrs. Catherine C. Schultz Mr. Hernan R. Segura '78 Mr. Norman H. Sieroslawski '56 Mr. Gerardo Silva '11 Ms. Priyanka Singh* Mr. and Mrs. Edward Slizewski Br. Roy E. Smith, CSC Ms. Charlene A. Soby Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Spalding Mr. Robert H. Sprengel '64 Ms. Katie Stahre Ms. Lee Ann Stawczyk Mr. Kirk Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Stutler '58 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Swanson* Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Seak '46 Dr. Edward S. Szyman '4 4 Ms. Amy Takesian Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Thomas, Jr. '57 Mr. David Chang and Mrs. Karla Tonkin Mr. Joey Trachtman Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tritthardt '64 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Trocola '59 Mr. Robert Troyer Mrs. Teresa J. Urbaszewski Br. James R. Van Dyke, C.S.C.* Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. VanAken Mr. and Mrs. Socrates M. Vela '93

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Mr. Gerardo Villalba and Mrs. Veronica Villalba '95 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Walczak, Jr. '64 Mr. Fred L. Walker '79 Mr. Timothy Ward Ms. Kelsey Weyhing Mr. David Whitman and Ms. Donna Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Wielgos '54 Ms. Frances M. Wiet Mr. Ryan Winchester Mr. and Mrs. Alex Winkworth Mr. Eric T. Wisniewski Dr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Wolosewicz, Ph.D., PE '55 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Wortendyke Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Zamirowski '64 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Zefeldt '66 Mr. Richard G. Zimny '64 Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Zubik '51 Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Zych '56

$1–$149

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Bader '57 Mr. Horacio Baggio Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Balut '54 Mr. and Mrs. James Bannon* Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bargiel '61 Mr. Kenneth R. Batko '68 Mr. Conrad J. Bazylewski '66 Mr. Stanley F. Bednarczyk '51 Mr. Jeremy Bejarano Mr. Walter F. Bialas '52 Mr. Raymond W. Block '52 Ms. Joan Blume Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bolden Ms. Marietta C. Bratta-Garber Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brettman Mr. Richard A. Brown '97 Ms. Nancy Bufalino Mr. John Bukowski '60 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Bulinski '61 Ms. Pina Bullock Mr. Edward M. Bury '73 Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Byrne Mr. Julio M. Caban '93 Ms. Margaret Callaghan Ms. Lianne Campos '07 Ms. Megan Carlotti Ms. Judith Carlsen Dr. Thomas Carrasquillo '64 Mr. and Mrs. Mario Cerna '87 Mr. Paul Charnetzki Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Ciechanowski, D.D.S. '55 Mr. Robert G. Ciesiel '66 Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Ciesla Mr. and Mrs. Frank John Cirone '54 Mr. and Mrs. Jerod Clark* Mr. and Mrs. Vito Anthony Colucci '60 Mr. William Joseph Coscioni '59 16

Mr. Harvey M. Cromer '75 Mr. Connor Crush Mrs. Virginia Cudecki Lt Col and Mrs. Leonard S. Czarnecki '4 8 Mr. and Mrs. Mario D'Agostino '67 Ms. Latoya D. Davis '93 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Davis, Jr. Mr. Dennis M. De Boer '66 Mr. Daniel DeBonnett* Mr. Ruben Delgado '08 Ms. Raven Dillard '09 Mr. Vincent John Dudzinski '62 Mr. Leander J. Duet '61 Mr. Patrick Duhon Mr. Quincy T. Edwards Ms. Mary A. Elamana Mr. and Mrs. Donald Joseph Evans '54 Rev. and Mrs. William Evertsberg Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Ezerski '64 Mr. Howard Feldman Br. Chester Freel C.S.C. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Frenchy '53 Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gajek '68 Mr. and Mrs. John Ginascol Mr. and Mrs. Dale Glabus Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Gliwa, Jr. '55 Mr. Gerald T. Glowinski '67 Most Reverend Raymond E. Goedert Mr. Miguel A. Gomez '80 Mr. and Mrs. Jose D. Gonzalez '82 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Gorz '58 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Grabos '64 Mr. Kevin Grant Dr. Justyna S. Grothaus and Mr. John M. B. Grothaus Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus J. Gruchot '48 Mr. Emmanuel Guerrero '06 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Gurdak '55 Ms. Dana M. Hall Ms. Barbara A. Hamel Mr. Kevin Harrington Mr. Bernard T. Harrison '67 Ms. Caitlin Haskell Ms. Jill Heinking Mr. Edward Helbig and Ms. Sherry Kent* Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Hepner Mr. Peter Hernandez Mr. Salvador Hernandez '06 Ms. Carole A. Heurlin Ms. Tania Y. Holmes '90 Mr. and Mrs. Terence A. Holum Ms. Elizabeth Howaniec Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Hujar '65 Mr. Jose E. Isais, Jr. '78 Mr. Patrick Ishii Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Jackowski '58 Mr. Dennis D. Jackson '97 Mr. Howard Jacobson Mr. Leonard J. Jakubiak, Jr. '70 Mr. Robert J. Janowski '61

Mr. Jim Jarecki and Ms. Kathleen Bell Mr. and Mrs. Edmund P. Jarosz '68 Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Jaskowiak '51 Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Jaslowski '58 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jedziniak '58 Mr. Dale Johnson Mr. Joseph M. Kaczynski '75 Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Kaleta '68 Mr. Lokesh Kataria Mr. Patrick Kelly Br. Paul H. Kelly, C.S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kennedy '70 Mr. and Mrs. James K. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Kessler Mr. Daniel K. Kinasz Mr. Edward J. Kirby '60 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Klish '62 Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Knosher Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Kochan '57 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Kompanowski '60 Mr. Joseph J. Koszela '70 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Kotlarczyk '66 Mr. and Mrs. John Kouvelis Mr. Chester A. Kowalkowski '57 Br. Juniper Kriss, O.F.M. '64 Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Krueger '62 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Krupa '56 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Kubicki '72 Mr. Kenneth R. Kulesza '75 Mr. Thomas J. Kwasiborski '66 Ms. Caroline Lake Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Lange '65 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lasson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Latocha '59 Br. Robert E. Lavelle, C.S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Lawson Mrs. Virginia Lis Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lis Mr. Melvin S. Lisiecki '58 Br. Robert G. Livernois, C.S.C. Mr. Dominic J. Longo '68 Ms. Erica Lopez '08 Ms. Jeanette Lozada '94 Rev. Patrick M. Lyons Ms. Denise Macey Mr. Brad Magnus Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Makowski '67 Mrs. Geraldine A. Malek Mrs. Louise A. Malloy Mr. Steven J. Manko '62 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Manso Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Manzella '58 Dr. Richard Markuszewski '59 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Matus '58 Ms. Josette Maxime Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas F. McClanahan Mr. TJ Callahan and Ms. Molly McCombe Ms. Elizabeth McCreless

Mr. Christopher C. McCullom Mr. Donald J. McKay Ms. Angela Miceli* Mr. Conrad Miczko Mr. Walter A. Migaczewski '66 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Miller '57 Mr. Carney Minasian Ms. Mary R. P. Mitchell and Mr. Thomas Rusnak Mr. Justin Monaco Mr. Christian Moran and Mrs. Megan Malloy-Moran Mr. Edward T. Mroz, Jr. '68 Ms. Charlotte Myers Ms. Chiara Nease* Ms. Karen Nixon Mr. Michael Norton Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Nowak Sr. '65 Mr. Brady O'Connell Mr. Sean O'Donnell Ms. Lisa O'Keefe Mr. Tolani O. Odutayo '06 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Oginski '72 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson Mrs. Janice L. Ozga Mr. Joseph G. Ozga '51 Mr. Benedict A. Pasquini Ms. Shuhani Patel Mr. Michael A. Patti '72 Ms. Catrina M. Patton '07 Mr. Joseph L. Pawlick '60 Mr. Juan Perez Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perozynski '54 Mr. and Mrs. Brek Peterson Ms. Louise Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Martin Petlicki Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Piatek '61 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Piekarczyk '55 Mr. Ashok M. Pinto Ms. Ashley Piontkowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Piotrowski '54 Mr. Leonard W. Piszkiewicz '58 Mr. and Ms. Terrence J. Pluta '62 Mr. Harry J. Pogorzaly '67 Mr. Thaddeus J. Poprawski* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Potter Mrs. Patricia J. Prusko Mr. Robert A. Przybylo '70 Mr. Daniel Quero Ms. Susan J. Rabe Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Reilly '56 Ms. Jennifer Respeto Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Reynolds Mr. Jaime Rizo '05 Mr. Samuel Rodriguez Ms. Anne C. Rog Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Rogowski '69 Mr. Jim Ross Ms. Alejandra E. Saavedra* Mr. and Mrs. Roberto A. Sanchez-Vegas


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Mr. Norberto Sanchez Ms. Nanci Saraceno Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schmidt '58 Mr. and Mrs. Walt L. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Schwarz '58 Mr. Keynin B. Seabrock '89 Mr. Antoni F. Sendra '76 Mr. William P. Shaffern '60 Mr. and Ms. Daniel Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Allen M. Shust '65 Ms. Maria Sieminow Mr. Kurterry Singleton '14 Ms. Patricia Slizewski Mr. Robert E. Sloat Mr. Stephen J. Slocik '63 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Smith '65 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Sowizrol '57 Ms. Emma Sprau Mr. and Mrs. John N. Squillo '59 Ms. Gwendolyn St. Julian Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Steininger Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stonis '53 Mr. George Stortz Ms. Mary Strong '09 Mr. and Mrs. Steven T. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Szczurek '63 Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Szott '62 Mr. Zach Tegeler Mr. Luis A. Tezen Mr. Zygmunt Tomczuk '60 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Topczewski '57 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Torres '72 Mr. William A. Totzke and Mrs. Laura A. Totzke '59 Ms. Lily C. Tow Ms. Frances Tuite and Mr. Simon R. Meredith Mr. Daniel Tully Mr. and Mrs. William R. Turkington Ms. Monica Turner Ms. Annette Turow Mr. Mathew Unertl Mr. Josh Vargas Mr. and Mrs. John Vargo Mr. Ramon Viera '05 Mr. Daniel Villa '06 Mr. Romuald M. Waciak '65 Mr. Paul Walker '97 Mr. Robert Walker '04 Mr. Gregory Westerhaus Mr. Leo J. Weszka 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Wieczorek '48 Mrs. Moira Wiedenman Mr. Thomas A. Williams and Mrs. Kelly A. Quinn Mr. Mike Wojcik Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Wojnowski '55 Mr. Raymond A. Wyzguski '56 Ms. Qiana V. Young '98* Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Yurkovich '63 Mr. Tomas Zarco '12

ORGANIZATIONS $100,000+

Big Shoulders Fund Farley Family Charitable Foundation Partnership to Educate and Advance Kids

$50,000–$99,999

The Chicago Community Trust Daniel P. Haerther Charitable Trust HighSight

$25,000–$49,999

America's Food Technologies, Inc. Kelly Construction & Design Ltd. LINK Unlimited - Sponsor Trust Fund W.P. & H.B. White Foundation Wells Fargo Bank, N. A.

$10,000–$24,999

Barbara and Barre Seid Foundation Cuneo Foundation Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund Fred J. Brunner Foundation Helen Brach Foundation Higher Path Foundation Kenilworth Union Church Proven Business Systems Thing 1 2 3 Foundation

$5,000–$9,999

The Bank of America Foundation CIBC Bank USA Empower Illinois Fay Servicing Feitler Family Fund GCM Grosvenor Geary Rimmer Vincent Wolf Foundation HFS Chicago Scholars Horizons for Youth Irish Fellowship Educational & Cultural Foundation Medtronic NXT Capital LLC Option Opportunities Paul Hastings LLP Rev. Robert E. McLaughlin Faith Foundation Salisbury Foundation Thompson Coburn LLP Weaver Consultants Group William Blair & Company, LLC

$1,000–$4,999

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Assurance Agency Ltd. Big Sisters Chicago Lights

Exelon Foundation Farny R. Wurlitzer Foundation Fund at the DeKalb County Community Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Third Bank Gibson's Steakhouse Grainger Holy Family Ministries Institute of Food Technologists Jaffee Family Foundation Jim & Ethan Kane Scholarship Fund Mid-Continent Capital LLC New Frontiers Foundation Office of Catholic Schools Providence Englewood Charter School Ryan Specialty Group, LLC Sister, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe Inc Svoboda Capital Partners, LLC The Catholic Bishop of Chicago The Pauls Foundation The Robert Thomas Bobins Foundation TM Financial Forensics LLC Weber High School Alumni Association Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program Wintrust Financial Group

$500–$999

Art Institute of Chicago Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago Columbia College Chicago Cruz-Sojka Funeral Home PEPSICO Foundation Phillip C. & Beverly Goldstick Family Foundation Savant Capital, LLC Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Visitation Scholarship Program

$150–$499

Barron Business Consulting, Inc. Bright Funds Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Greggs Landing North Illinois Tool Works, Inc. Kasia's Deli & Catering Midtown Educational Foundation Museum of Contemporary Art US Bank Foundation Employee Matching Gift Program

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$1–$149

AmazonSmile Foundation Ashland Addison Florist Co. Manhard Consulting, LTD. MarketTrack Rivera 20 LLC Sebert Landscaping Company United Way

GIFTS IN KIND Bar Method Wicker Park Barry's Big City Ham Company Billy Caldwell Golf Course Mr. Jeffrey B. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bledsoe, III BNY Mellon Wealth Management Bob Troyer Public Relations Bollywood Cardio Mr. Timothy M. Bopp and Ms. Mary Anne Benden* Brothers of Holy Cross Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carlotti Carlucci Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Sal Cerami Charles Ifergan Salon Mr. Paul Charnetzki The Cheesecake Factory Restaurant Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chicago White Sox The Chicago Zoological Society/ Brookfield Zoo Chili's Restaurant The Chopping Block Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant CSz Theater Culver's Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Delheimer Dover Straits Restaurant Eddie V's Prime Seafood Equinox Four Star Family Cyclery Garden Berry Cafe Ms. Ani Gogova Goldfish Swim School Grant Importing & Distributing Harris Theater for Music and Dance Mr. and Mrs. Justin Hartanov III Forks Restaurant Intelligent Office Jackson-Junge Gallery Ms. L. Jessica Jagielnik* The Joffery Ballet Juko Nail Design Junior Day Care Kasia's Deli Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keiser Kendra Scott 17


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Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas Kepler KitchenAid Knightsbridge Wine Shoppe Lakeshore Sport & Fitness Ms. Michelle Lawless Ms. Cheryl A. LeeVan Mrs. Arlene Lis LondonHouse Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lucas Mrs. Marianne Lynch and Mr. James Butler* Lyric Opera of Chicago Machine Restaurant Mr. Larry W. Martin and Ms. Raquel R. Bech MCA Chicago Meditrina Designs

Menotti Couture Ms. Angela Miceli* Minasian Rug Company Monograms on Webster Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murdock Museum of Science and Industry Music Theater Works Nikko's Grecian Grill Noodles Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Norris Old Orchard Counutry Club Olive Garden Restaurant On the Border Restaurant Pita Inn Restaurant Ms. Caitlin C. Podbielski Popeyes Porchlight Music Theater

Mr. Kent Preston Proven IT PUPS Pet Club Mr. and Mrs. John R. Raitt Ms. Katherine Raitt Raven Theatre Chicago Mr. and Mrs. John Reilly Robert Campbell Fine Portraiture Royal Palms Shuffleboard Russian Pointe The Second City Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Sheehan Shred 415 Lincoln Park Solid Core Wicker Park SOULCycle Spynergy Wicker Park Steppenwolf Theatre

IN MEMORIAM Mr. Walter A. Berkowicz '51 Mr. Shawn R. Cephus '90 Mr. Kevin Carr D'Agostino Mr. Donald F. Kimlicka '4 8

Mr. Lance Krajacic, Sr. Mr. Robert S. Vihon Mr. Robert Wiorski '64 Dr. Edward T. Zawada, Jr.'64

GIFTS GIVEN IN MEMORY OF CHESTER G. LIS '58 Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bledsoe, III Mr. Timothy M. Bopp and Ms. Mary Anne Benden* Ms. Marietta C. Bratta-Garber Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brettman Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calderone Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Davis, Jr. Mr. Gregory Edward Domanowski '64 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Gliwa, Jr. '55 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Green Greggs Landing North Dr. Justyna S. Grothaus and Mr. John M. B. Grothaus Ms. Dana M. Hall Ms. Carole A. Heurlin Mr. and Mrs. Terence A. Holum Mr. and Mrs. Conrad R. Jaszczor '64 Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Kessler Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lasson Mrs. Virginia Lis

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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lis Mrs. Geraldine A. Malek Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Manso Ms. Cynthia Mazza Ms. Angela Miceli* Mr. and Mrs. John R. Olechny '64 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson Mr. and Mrs. Brek Peterson Ms. Louise Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Martin Petlicki Mrs. Patricia J. Prusko Mr. and Mrs. John R. Raitt Mr. Robert E. Sloat Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Steininger Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Stutler '58 Mr. and Mrs. Steven T. Sweeney Mr. William A. Totzke and Mrs. Laura A. Totzke '59 Ms. Lily C. Tow Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tritthardt '64

Superdawg Title Boxing Club Topgolf Swing Suite 900 Tour Edge Golf Truefitt & Hill Mr. and Mrs. Chip and Valerie Waters White Deer Run Golf Course Wildberry Restaurant Wines for Humanity Wrigley Company Mr. Denis M. Zamirowski '63 Zanies Comedy Club Mr. and Mrs. Chris Zweidinger


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2019-2020

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

OPERATING REVENUE Individual Donors

7% 14%

35%

External Scholarships Tuition & Fees Foundations & Corporations

18% 25%

Other Income

OPERATING EXPENSES Student Support Services Fundraising, Marketing & Events Administrative & Institutional

9% 10% 17%

64%

Building & Facilities

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2020 Holy Trinity High School Annual Report  

The 2020 Annual Report from Holy Trinity High School in Chicago.

2020 Holy Trinity High School Annual Report  

The 2020 Annual Report from Holy Trinity High School in Chicago.

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