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Inspired for LifeÖ Ö Through Your Generosity and Support

Annual Report 2010ñ–2011 cov2 |  Whitby School Annual Report of Donors

FACULTY/STAFF 2010-2011 Mr. Jay Arellano

Ms. Larissa Leal

Ms. Deann Armstrong

Mr. Anthony Lee

Mr. Billy Austin

Mrs. Susan Maher

Mrs. Holly Bayer

Mr. Jesse Martinez

Ms. Toni Bravo

Dr. Charlotte May

Mrs. Corinne Callahan

Mr. Ed McCabe

Mr. John Clanton

Fr. Jim McDonough

Ms. Ruth Cook

Ms. Aine McVey

Mrs. Veronica Cunningham

Mrs. Sharon Meyers

Mrs. Tori Gorman

Mr. Brian Moreland

Ms. Christina Dehan

Mrs. Anna Morrison

Mr. Daniel Diffen

Mr. Matthew Muller

Mrs. Becky Frost

Mr. Ben Ortiz

Ms. Sonia Gaillard

Mr. Darrell Pantalone

Mr. Steven Gauna

Mrs. Angela Parsons

Mr. Patrick Goertz

Mr. Wade Pellerin

Mrs. Amparo Gonzales

Mrs. Kelly Perez

By the Numbers 4

Ms. Elsa Gonzales

Ms. Lisa Perez

School Highlights 6

Mrs. Jill Graham

Mrs. Paula Priour

Fine Arts 7

Ms. Heidi Gray

Mrs. Ayne Ray

Faith Life 8

Ms. Jessica Grisham

Mrs. Sharon Scamardo

Athletics 9

Mrs. Rae Harrison

Mrs. Patrice Scheier

Faculty/Staff Accomplishments 9

Mr. Donald Haynes

Mr. Calvin Schiraldi

Alumni 10

Mrs. Melissa Henwood

Mr. J. C. Shakespeare

College Acceptances and Matriculation 11

Mr. Les Huff

Dr. Dennis Sheeter

Financial Summary 12

Ms. Reem Kattura

Mr. Mackey Smith

Annual Appeal 14

Mrs. Lori Kirby

Mrs. Hillary Spiller

Crusader Classic Golf Tournament 15

Mrs. Dorothy Klousia

Mr. Aaron Stancik

Grandparents’ Day 16

Mr. Ivan Klousia

Mrs. Stephanie Stewart

Dr. Charlotte Knepp

Mr. Augie Tijerina

Mr. David Koch

Mrs. Patricia Torrey

Mrs. Ginny Koch

Mr. George Waguespack

Mrs. Susan Kohagen

Dr. Penny Weibly

Mrs. Kami Land

Mr. Kevin White

Mr. Peter Lang

Mrs. Cheryl Winkler


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BOARD 2010-2011

William Franz, Chair

This Annual Report gives our school the opportunity to share with

each of you the achievements of St. Michael’s Catholic Academy during the 2010-2011 school year. Our remarkable students continue to balance academics and extra-curricular activities, excelling in their work and maintaining the esteemed tradition of being a Crusader.

Carl Mica ’89, Vice-Chair Sara Carlstead Brumfield, Secretary ’93 Don Keller, Treasurer Josie Barrett Spencer Carlton

During the past year, St. Michael’s students have won championships in virtu-

Brother Richard Daly, CSC

ally every discipline and performed more than 6,000 hours of service to help

Guy Diedrich

each other, our school, and the greater Austin community. Our Symphonic

Christopher Dolce ’88

Ensemble placed First and Second during the past two years in the TAPPS

Steve Felice

State Championships. Thirty-two percent of our students represent ethnic

Manny Flores

diversity, with 5% coming from outside the United States.

Dr. William Paver Lisa Sikora

The members of the graduating Class of 2011 were accepted to more than

David Smith

160 colleges and universities and were awarded more than $10.4 million in

Jay Watson

scholarships. St. Michael’s students continue to soar academically – several graduates last year earned very prestigious awards at universities such as Southern Methodist University and Emory University.


Fourteen St. Michael’s students have been recognized as National Merit

Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Scholars over the past 5 years – well ahead of most public and independent

Diocese of Austin

high schools in Austin. Our SAT and ACT scores are more than 20% higher than national averages.

Sharon S. Scamardo, M.Ed., Principal

Indeed, it is a great time to be a St. Michael’s Crusader. I want to express my


gratitude to each of you for your continued support of SMCA. With your help

Stephen J. Rohleder, Chair

and God’s blessings, we will continue our mission of inspiring our students for

Thomas Bernhardt


Dr. Don Carlton Carolyn DeRoeck


Mark Finley William Franz, Trustee Liaison Sister Gertrude Levy, D.C. Sharon Meyers

Sharon S. Scamardo, M.Ed., Principal

Kay Mooney Dr. William Paver Greg Peters Sharon Scamardo, M.Ed. SMCA Annual Report 2010–2011 | 3


2011 SAT SCORES SMCA Middle 50% Cr. Reading (520–640)

CLASS OF 2011 119 students graduated in May 2011.


SMCA Middle 50% Math (520–670) SMCA Middle 50% Writing (530–640)


SMCA Mean Texas Mean National Mean 400 Cr. Reading

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NATIONAL MERIT RECOGNITION, 2011 National Merit Finalists and Scholars 4 National Hispanic Recognition

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National Merit Commended


SMCA Students 25.6 Texas 20.8

National 21.1 0


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Selena Alonzo

Anna Parsons

Sarah Allen

Matthew Leibowitz

Monica Ball

Kira Parsons

Seth Bernacki

Alec Lewis

Margaret Barber

Christina Pensock

Seth Blanke

Cella Mahoney

Julianna Barreiro

Andrew Reue

John Bridge

Meredith Mancill

Randall Bloomquist

Haley Riscen

Michael Cantu

Marissa Martin

Stephanie Brown

Rebecca Rodriguez

Vanessa Carrizales

Irene Minderhoud

Austin Burch

Christina Ross

Michael Cimino

Adam Nastars

Alexander Cady

Luke Seeker

Teresa Cruz

Emma Nicolas

Rachelle Caparroso

Marisa Silva

Caleb Dautel

Seong Hyuk Park

Elizabeth Carls

Bethany Smith

Joshua Dautel

Radica Patel

Haley Cartwright

Paul Smith

Megan Doyle

Alexandra Petrucci

Angela Chronis

Erin Spencer

Aylin Eker

Martin Prado

Lauren Dow

Blythe Storrar

Phillip Flagg

Patrick Roland

Mary Drisdale

William Taylor

Seung Ju Han

Benjamin Russell

Joseph Finley

Kimberly Trimble

Ashley Hancock

Allison Saft

Christina Heyl

Genevieve Tyler

Anne Harwig

Kyle Sarradet

Kyung Jeon

Rachel Walker

Stuart Heinlein

Blake Seeker

Nia Johnson

Charlice Wehbe

Theresa Hodapp

John Shea

William Klein

Alison Wenholz

Sydney Holmes

Ellen Smith

Johann Mahler

Emily Zagger

Abigail Huffman

Caitlin Whiteley

Jennifer Mott

Nicholas Land

Brianna Muniz

Megan Lawyer

Angela Park

Hyo Jung Lee Sung Hoo Lee

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FINE ARTS SYMPHONIC ENSEMBLE SMCA students earned TAPPS 5A State Runner-Up Honors for 2011. Students also succeeded as the only school to receive 100% Division I ratings in all categories including: Full Orchestra, Jazz, Small Ensembles and Solos. Additionally, nine students earned All Region Honors in the public school ATSSB Symphonic, Concert and Jazz Band. Two students advanced to the Area Competition; one student made 1st Chair Flute All State ATSSB; and two students made All State TPSMEA Symphonic and Jazz Bands. The Crusader Marching Band also had the opportunity to perform at the Annual Operation Blue Santa Parade in Austin during Thanksgiving.


SMCA students placed 1st in District TAPPS Competition.

Art students participated in worldwide art program, the Memory Project, creating portraits for disadvantaged children.

Sixteen students’ works of art placed at State TAPPS competition with one student receiving the State Champion award.

Students participated in scholarship competition and exhibition at Treaty Oak Bank.

Visual Art students presented work in an exhibit in the Campus Center at the end of the year.

DRAMA The 2010-2011 school year began with our Fall Play, Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector, a satire on government corruption and hypocrisy. There were thirty-nine students who participated both on stage and behind the scenes.  Competitions included: The Varsity Drama team participated in eleven Texas Forensic Association (TFA) qualifying tournaments. A SMCA Varsity Drama student, Deborah Corpening (‘11), became our first TFA State Champion in Poetry Reading. A Duo Interpretation team, a Duet Acting team, and a Prose Interpretation competitor reached the TFA State semi-finals. The Varsity Drama students also competed in the TAPPS State Academic contest where they collected two individual state championships and two runner-up awards. Two Varsity Drama students, James Boone (‘11) & Deborah Corpening (‘11), qualified for, and competed at the National Forensic League National Tournament, another first for the Varsity Drama Team. The Varsity Drama Team also presented their annual showcase performance. Productions for the year included: • The Drama II/III class presented the holiday play, The Gift of the Magi. • The Drama Club hosted the annual school-wide talent showcase. • The Drama II/III classes presented their annual spring production, a comedy: The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon. • The year ended with our Spring Musical, Bye Bye Birdie which included thirty-two students who were on stage or behind the scenes.

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FAITH LIFE SENIOR LEADERSHIP The Campus Ministry department excitedly inaugurated the first Senior Retreat Team which consisted of 15 seniors who worked closely with the Campus Minister to develop and implement the underclassmen retreats.

KAIROS The Kairos retreat program for seniors continued to thrive as we had a record number of attendees for this four-day optional Christian awakening retreat. Attendance included many faculty and staff members as well as senior Kairos leaders who shared generosity, spirituality, and time as they led small groups and gave talks on how to gain greater spiritual awareness. SMCA was excited to be instrumental in bringing a wonderful program to the Diocese of Austin: Catholic Heart Work Camp. In July, we were the host site to over 220 high school students from all over the country who participated in this week-long camp combining service work in the Austin community with Catholic spiritual programming. On the last day of the camp, we warmly welcomed Bishop Joe VĂ squez to our campus for the first time. The Service-Learning Program continued to develop as 10 students logged more than 100 service hours last year to receive the Mother Teresa Award for Service. We also added a monthly Saturday service outing. The student body raised a significant amount of money for earthquake relief in Haiti through Catholic Relief Services. We also provided over 200 Thanksgiving meals to less fortunate families through Catholic Charities.

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ATHLETICS The 2010-2011 athletic season was exciting and successful for the St. Michael’s Crusaders. In the fall, Varsity Football won the District Championship and made it to the State Semi-Finals. The Lady Crusader Volleyball team also made the playoffs while the Cross Country women finished seventh and the men finished ninth at the State Meet. For winter sports, both men’s and women’s Soccer made it to the playoffs, along with the men’s and women’s Basketball teams. The men’s Swim team finished fifth at State and the women’s team finished ninth. In the spring, Baseball won Co-district Champions and made it to the Regional Finals. Softball finished second in District and went all the way to the State Tournament finishing 3rd. The men’s Lacrosse team went to the Regional Finals. The Track team was successful at State: the women’s team finished in third place and the men’s team placed tenth. St. Michael’s had 42 athletes receive All-State recognition and 27 athletes received Academic All-State, in recognition of their outstanding athletic and academic achievements. Additionally, ten athletes from the Class of 2011 went on to further their athletic careers by competing at the college level.

FACULTY/STAFF ACCOMPLISHMENTS During the NHS ceremony last fall, faculty and staff were recognized for milestone years of service to the St. Michael’s community. Faculty and staff recognized for completing five years of service were: Billy Austin, Holly Bayer, Becky Frost, Rae Harrison, Kami Land, Rev. James McDonough, and Brian Moreland. Recognized for fifteen years of service was Susan Kohagen. Paula Priour, Dean of Studies, was recognized for 20 years of service to SMCA.

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ALUMNI At the Homecoming game halftime, Jamie Schanbaum, Class of 2007, was honored as the Alumni of the Year. This special award is given each year to an SMCA graduate who is “Living the Mission” of St. Michael’s through demonstrated leadership, service and decision-making that is consistent with Catholic values.  All Alumni and Alumni parents are encouraged to officially join the St. Michael’s Catholic Academy Alumni Association by registering at

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COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND MATRICULATION FOR THE ST. MICHAEL’S CLASS OF 2011 All graduates plan to attend college: 97% will attend a four-year college or university, 3% will enroll at a 2 year college. Abilene Christian University* The University of Alabama* Allegheny College American University* Amherst College* Angelo State University Arizona State University The University of Arizona University of Arkansas Auburn University Austin College Austin Community College* Babson College Baylor University* Beloit College Bentley University Birmingham-Southern College Blackburn College Blinn College* Boston College* Boston University Bowling Green State University Bradley University Bryn Mawr College* University of California at Berkeley * University of California at Los Angeles University of California at San Diego California Lutheran University Carleton College Centre College Chapman University College of Charleston* University of Chicago Cisco Junior College Clarke University Coastal Carolina University University of Colorado at Boulder* Colorado College* Colorado School of Mines Concordia University at Austin* Cornell University Creighton University Dallas Baptist University University of Dallas* Dartmouth College University of Dayton Denison University* University of Denver Duke University* Eckerd College Emerson College Emory University Florida Southern College Florida State University

Furman University Galveston College* Georgia Institute of Technology* Gettysburg College Hardin-Simmons University* Hendrix College* Houston Baptist University University of Houston University of Houston, Victoria University of Illinois University of the Incarnate Word James Madison University John Brown University Johns Hopkins University Juniata College* Kalamazoo College* The King's College Knox College Lewis & Clark College Louisiana State University Loyola Marymount University Loyola University Chicago Lycoming College University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Maryville University* McDaniel College McMurry University Miami University, Oxford* University of Miami University of Michigan Middlebury College Millsaps College University of Mississippi University of Missouri Columbia The University of Montana, Missoula Muhlenberg College Navarro College* New York University UNC Chapel Hill North Greenville College Northeastern University Northwestern University University of Notre Dame Nova Southeastern University Oklahoma State University* Our Lady of the Lake University Oxford College of Emory University Pepperdine University Point Loma Nazarene University Providence College Purdue University Reed College Regis University* Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rhodes College Rice University* Saint Joseph's University Saint Louis University* Sam Houston State University* University of San Diego* University of San Francisco* Santa Clara University Sewanee: The University of the South University of Southern California Southern Methodist University* Southwestern University* St. Edwards University* St. John Fisher College St. John University St. Mary's University of San Antonio Stanford University* Stephen F. Austin State University Sul Ross State University Susquehanna University Swarthmore College Syracuse University Tarleton State University* Texas A&M University* Texas A&M University, Commerce Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi* Texas A&M University, Galveston* Texas Christian University* Texas Southern University Texas State University-San Marcos* Texas Tech University* The University of Texas, Arlington The University of Texas, Austin* The University of Texas, Dallas The University of Texas, Pan American* The University of Texas, San Antonio* The University of Texas, Tyler Trevecca Nazarene University* Trinity College Trinity University* Tufts University Tulane University University of Tulsa Vanderbilt University University of Vermont University of Virginia Wake Forest University Washington University in St. Louis* Wheaton College IL Whitman College William Penn University* The College of Wooster Xavier University

*Indicates that one of more members of the Class of 2011 matriculated.

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RESTRICTED GIFTS St. Michael’s raised over $425,000 in restricted gifts. A large portion of these gifts came from funds raised for the new building which houses the Learning, Writing, Math, Entrepreneurial and Testing Centers. Other funds raised were for debt retirement and other small projects.


GALA $208,000 ANNUAL APPEAL $203,000








ENDOWMENT St. Michael’s $1.2 million endowment provides a source of financial support for fulfillment of the School’s mission of teaching and learning. An endowment is money contributed to the school from a donor which is then invested by the school. Investment earnings from the endowment are then used for scholarships and other initiatives. If you are interested in creating a legacy that will benefit St. Michael’s for years to come, consider endowments.

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ANNUAL APPEAL St. Michael’s Catholic Academy is a unique school.  The small classes, highly educated teachers and extracurricular/curricular programs depend on the Annual Appeal to keep SMCA exceptional.  Similar to other schools, tuition alone does not fully cover the cost of educating our students.  The school moderates tuition increases allowing St. Michael’s education to remain competitive and affordable. Tuition, together with a successful Annual Appeal, allows St. Michael’s to maintain operations.   The 2010-2011 Annual Appeal Campaign Mind the Gap was a huge success!  With the generous support of the St. Michael’s Community, we were able to raise over $203,000!  A big thanks to our Campaign Co-Chairs, David and DeeAnn Smith and our Annual Appeal Committee.  Thank you again to our generous donors and volunteers that helped to ensure this year’s success!

CO-CHAIRS David and DeeAnn Smith

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Freshman: Charlotte Brigham and Elizabeth Cole Sophomore: Deborah Taylor CATHOLIC L’S AC AE A H Y EM D

Senior: Lisa Sikora


Junior: Bitsy Rice









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CRUSADER CLASSIC The tournament was held at the beautiful Falconhead Golf Club on Sunday, November 2010. Participants had the opportunity to renew old friendships and raise money to support the future of St. Michael’s Catholic Academy. This day of fun and fellowship helped raise necessary funds to support the mission of the School and the ongoing needs of the students. Thanks to the SMCA community we were able to raise over $28,000! The event was successful because of the support of all the fabulous golfers, sponsors and golf committee members! Thank you all for making this event a success!


CHAIR Greg Heinlein

Trish Boushka

Jennifer Lenich

Kim Coffey

Ron Lewis

Kyle Day

Joe Morales

Tim Dowling

Clark Ross

Ron Fischer

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GRANDPARENTS’ DAY The second annual Grandparents’ and Grand Friends’ Day was celebrated on November 1, 2010. Grandparents and students enjoyed the celebration of Mass followed by lunch and pictures taken with students. This was a great opportunity for grandparents to experience life at St. Michael’s and enjoy spending time with their grandchildren. We look forward to strengthening and broadening our community even further next year.

ST. MICHAEL’S ANNUAL GALA “JOIN THE JOURNEY” Thanks to an entire committee’s time and talent, this year’s the gala was extremely successful. Led by Pam Bernhardt and Diann Watson, the Gala was held at Austin Country Club on Saturday, February 26th. The evening included dinner, drinks, and a live and silent auction. After the program guests enjoyed dancing the night away with Blue Finger Disco. Thanks to the dedication of this year’s co-chairs, the generous SMCA community and the time and talent of this year’s gala committee, we were able to raise over $207,000! Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a huge success!

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Pam Bernhardt & Diann Watson


Dinner Sponsor

Edward & Reneé Butler /Cliff & Linda Mountain /Jay & Diann Watson

Elaine & Don Carlton


Mary & David Marmonti

Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation/ Tom & Pam Bernhardt

Decoration Sponsor

COMMITTEE MEMBERS Sherie Artaza Charlotte Brigham Reneé Butler Allison Callegari Kyle Day Rosalie Dowling

Counselor Carlton Family Chris & Mitzi Easley/Greg & Tess Peters

Entertainment Sponsor

Diedrich/Rousseau/Shea/Soules Dessert Sponsor Austin Learning Center - Becky Fliss Live Auction Sponsor

Elizabeth Duron

St. Michael’s Foundation Board of Directors

Charlotte Brigham/Turnquist Partners,

Chris Easley

Vinson & Elkins LLP

Realtors, Inc.

Kaye Eichler


Allison F. Callegari/Capital City Sothe-

Mary Alice Feeney

Sherie and Gustavo Artaza

by’s International Realty

Leroy Friesenhahn


Airline Sponsor

Toni Gompel

Ann Butler

Shari Hodges

Amy & Larry Bloomquist

Maureen & Bill Franz

Marybeth Hubenak

Kyle Day

AnnMarie Kocher

Heidmann/Jefferson Group-Merrill Lynch

Andrea & Michael Durkin

Lynn Lapham

Pepe & Catherine Martinez

Diane Laube

DeeAnn & David Smith

SMCA Student Council- Community Day

Margie Mahoney

Lisa & David Sikora

In-Kind Sponsors

Emma Mayang

Cindy Matula & Fernando Sotelo

Ambhar Tequila

Sheila McCabe

Debra & Adrian Pylypec


Jeanne McCarthy

Cindy & Brad Wiewel

Quik Print

Laurie Mertens Mary Mitchell Linda Mountain

Silent Auction Sponsor

The Simplifiers: Event Planning Tito’s Handmade Vodka

Heidi Muth Mara Reilly Leesa Ross Laura Roussea Patricia Smith Barbara Solano Connie Spagnola Barbara Weiss SMCA Annual Report 2010–2011 | 17

WAYS YOU CAN GIVE TO ST. MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC ACADEMY BEQUESTS Consider a perpetual gift to St. Michael’s. By including St. Michael’s Catholic Academy in your will, you can be a part of the education of future generations. You can bequeath a percentage of your estate, a fixed dollar amount, or specified personal property to St. Michael’s Catholic Academy.

CASH & PLEDGES Cash gifts are immediately available for use by St. Michael’s. Cash gifts may be unrestricted or restricted to special projects. Pledges enable donors to show support immediately and pay when convenient.

DEFERRED GIFTS Your tax advisor can discuss various trusts and other forms of deferred contributions that can benefit St. Michael’s Catholic Academy and provide life income for you or your loved one.

LIFE INSURANCE A gift of life insurance is a wonderful way to make a significant gift to St. Michael’s Catholic Academy. An existing policy may be donated or a new policy purchased. St. Michael’s should be named as the beneficiary and premiums are tax deductible.

MATCHING GIFTS More than 1,000 employers will match gifts to St. Michael’s Catholic Academy. Obtain matching gifts forms from the personnel office of your employer. 18 | SMCA Annual Report 2010–2011

PERSONAL PROPERTY Art, antiques, jewelry, and rare books are examples of gifts of personal property that are deductible for income tax purposes at their fair market value.

REAL ESTATE Gifts of real estate usually allow the avoidance of the capital gains tax and provide a charitable deduction. Lifetime occupancy of a donated residence may be retained.

SECURITIES Appreciated stocks or bonds can be donated to St. Michael’s and may be deducted for income tax purposes at full, fair market value on the date of transfer with no significant capital gains liability.

UNITED WAY You can make contributions to any 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization of your choice through United Way. Ask your United Way representative how to designate St. Michael’s Catholic Academy as the recipient of your United Way contribution.

PLANNED GIVING: Planned giving may be defined as a method of supporting a nonprofit that enables donors to make gifts larger than they could make from their regular income. While some planned gifts provide a life-long income to the donor, others use estate and tax planning techniques to plan for charitable giving in ways that maximize the gift and/or minimize its impact on the donor’s estate. Whether a donor uses appreciated securities/stock, real estate, partnership interests, personal property, life insurance, a retirement plan, trusts, or an annuity, the benefits of a planned gift can make this type of charitable giving very attractive to both the donor and the nonprofit. By contrast, gifts to the annual fund are generally made from a donor’s discretionary income, and while they may be budgeted for, they are not considered planned giving. One donor who understood the value of maximizing a planned gift was Monsignor Richard McCabe. Monsignor McCabe worked with the founding members of the school to create St. Michael’s Catholic Academy, and was widely considered a beloved friend of the school. At the time of his passing, Monsignor designated St. Michael’s as the beneficiary of a $100,000 life insurance policy. By only paying a small amount for the policy, he was able to make a significant gift in the form of an endowed scholarship to help minority students with a financial need attend St. Michael’s. Monsignor McCabe’s planned gift will ensure his legacy at the school will live on in perpetuity as an endowed scholarship for generations of students.

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS The Honor Roll of Donors is made up of parents, faculty, staff, grandparents, alumni and friends whose annual gifts amount to $250 or more. Thank you to all these donors. We hope their leadership and generosity will inspire others for years to come.

FOUNDER ($100,000 +)

CRUSADER ($10,000 - $24,999)

CHAMPION ($5,000 - $9,999)

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Lewis

American Electric Power

Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. David Marmonti

Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Bell


Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Rohleder

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Bernhardt

Mr. Robert Baillargeon

Mr. & Mrs. David P. Blanke

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Beck

Mr. & Mrs. Joel J. Kocher

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Butler

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Mountain

Mr. & Mrs. Steven T. Coffey

Dr. & Mrs. Edward Peters

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Crowley

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory A. Peters

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Durkin

Mr. & Mrs. David Sikora

Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. Long

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Spagnola

Dr. & Mrs. Shaun A. Maloney

Mr. & Mrs. Jay S. Watson

Dr. & Mrs. Jose A. Martinez

VISIONARY ($50,000 - $99,999) Seton Family of Hospitals

PATRON ($25,000 - $49,999) Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Carlton Mr. & Mrs. Donald P. Keller Scanlan Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Muth Dr. & Mrs. William Paver Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Pylypec Mr. & Mrs. Mike Reynolds Ron Lewis & Assoc Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rousseau Mr. & Mrs. David Smith The Catholic Foundation The Patrick & Beatrice Haggerty Foundation Dr. & Mrs. David W. Tybor

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Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Zagger

LEADER ($1,000 - $4,999) Mr. & Mrs. Bale C. Allen Anonymous Austin Infiniti, Inc. Austin Learning Center Ben Archer Insurance Agency Mr. & Mrs. Larry Bloomquist Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Boone Mr. & Mrs. Jim Boushka Bregger & Associates Financial Planning Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Brigham Ms. Ann Marie Buerkle Mrs. Roy Butler Dr. David Byers & Dr. Wei-Li Huang Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Callegari Mr. & Mrs. Joe Carls Mr. Ben Brumfield & Mrs. Sara

Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Flores

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher McCaul

Mr. & Mrs. William Franz

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Mica

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Frost

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Mooney

Gjerset & Lorenz LLP

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin W. Morse

Mr. Daniel Gonzalez & Ms. Diana Cantu

Mr. & Mrs. Brent Muth

Dr. & Mrs. John M. Harwig

National Instruments

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Heinlein

Mr. & Mrs. David Potter

Mr. & Mrs. Colin Hodges

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Powell

IModules Software, Inc.

Mr. Richard A. Queen & Ms. Sara

Carlstead Brumfield

J.P. Scott & Company

Mr. & Mrs. Spencer Carlton

Joe B. Foster Family Foundation

Cash America

John G. & Marie Stella Kenedy

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Chronis Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cole Mrs. Kyle Day Dr. & Ms. Robert D. Delgado Mr. & Mrs. Guy Diedrich Mr. & Mrs. Chris Easley Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Felice

Stevenson Rallyhood, LLC Dr. & Mrs. David Reue

Memorial Foundation

Dr. & Mrs. William Rice

Ms. Theresa L. King

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Robertson, III

Ms. Terrie Kunec

Mr. & Mrs. Randall D. Rudy

Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. Larochelle

Mr. & Mrs. Danny Scamardo

Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Leibowitz

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Schneider

Mr. & Mrs. Homero Lucero

Schwab Charitable Fund

Mr. Fernando Sotelo & Ms. Cindy

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Shea

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Mr. & Mrs. Robin Green Mr. & Mrs. Michael Haggerty Mr. Joseph J. Hajjar Mr. & Mrs. John Hale Mr. & Mrs. Mark Harrison Heidmann/Jefferson Group - Merrill Lynch Hubco, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James P. Jacobson Mr. & Mrs. Mike Shutt

Bank of America Matching Gifts

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Soules

Bee Caves Medical

Mr. & Mrs. John Sweitzer

Benny Boyd Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Taylor

Dr. & Mrs. Edward J. Bernacki

Texas Star Documents

Catholic Heart Workcamp

The John C. & Carolyn Noonan Parmer

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Caulo

Private Foundation Truist Weaver LLP Wells Fargo Business Banking Mr. & Mrs. David Wenholz Mr. & Mrs. Brad Wiewel

CG & S Design Build Ms. Susan Cimino Mr. Rudy Colmenero Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cudmore Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Davidson Dell Direct Giving Campaign Mr. & Mrs. Tim Dowling

PACESETTER ($500 - $999)

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Eichler

A Leigh Marketing, Inc.

Mr. Ronald F. Fischer

Mr. & Mrs. Doug Alexander

Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Friesenhahn

AMD Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Rueben Gamez

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ames

Mr. & Mrs. James Gjerset

Austin Turnkey Services, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Graham

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Mr. & Mrs. David J. Koch Ms. Lynn Lapham LPI Mr. David Maduzia & Ms. Heather Baily Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Maher Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. Martin Mrs. Katherine C. McCord Mr. & Mrs. Richard Meyers Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Mitchell Mr. Peter Mora & Mrs. Trisha Fortune Mr. & Mrs. Jim Mott Mr. George Parsons & Mrs. Janet Strohmeyer Mr. & Mrs. Javier Prado Prodensa Consulting, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Rhoads Mr. & Mrs. Vince Ring Dr. Tim Roland & Ms. Janey Marks Rose Dental Group Mr. & Mrs. R. Robert Ruggio

Dr. & Mrs. Peter Scholl

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Edson

Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Feeney

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Snodell

Mr. Robert Grady & Ms. Mara A. Reilly

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Stephens

Ms. Elizabeth Guillot

Mr. & Mrs. Alan P. Stoner

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Gullahorn

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Swartz

Mr. Alejandro Guzman De Lagarza &

The OB/GYN Group of Austin Mr. & Mrs. Brian Warhoe Mr. & Mrs. George D. Welleck

PARTNER ($250 - $499) Mr. & Mrs. August Alcala, Jr. Anonymous Ms. Natalie Bain Dr. & Mrs. Michael Barrett Mr. & Mrs. Arthur O. Beach Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Blanke Mr. & Mrs. Christian Bourgeacq

Mr. Brian Moreland & Mrs. Kathryn Geiger Mr. & Mrs. Michael Nassour Dr. & Mrs. Ephraim E. Nsien Mr. & Mrs. Chris Ojeda Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Pantalone

Mrs. Ma Del Carmen Elizondo

Mr. & Mrs. Wade Pellerin

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Hallmark

Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Pensock, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Hartunian

Mr. & Mrs. David M. Pietruszynski

Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Holmes

Mr. & Mrs. Randall L. Pitts

Ms. Ashleigh Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Kris Radhakrishnan

Kohfield & Associates

Mr. & Mrs. Xavier Ramirez

Mr. & Mrs. Doug Lawyer

Ross Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge

Mr. & Mrs. William T. Leasure

Mr. & Mrs. Randall Ross

Mr. Charles Linton

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Ross

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Lossau

Mr. & Mrs. Eduardo Salmeron

Mr. & Mrs. Edward McCabe

Dr. & Mrs. Rollin Sarradet

Mr. & Mrs. Scott W. McClendon

Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Scallon

Mr. & Mrs. Robert McDonald, III

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Schroeder

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Brooks Mr. & Mrs. Wade Buckner Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Butler Mr. & Mrs. David Cantu Dr. & Mrs. George Cantu Mr. & Mrs. Juventino H. Cruz Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Dautel Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. DeNefe Mr. & Mrs. Joseph DeVine Mr. & Mrs. Patton Drewett

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Mr. & Mrs. William Schultz

Ms. Janet Strohmeyer

Ms. Barbara Weiss

Sheffield Wellness Group, PLLC

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Sullivan

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Wheat

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Solano

Ms. Colleen Trabold

Mrs. Milly Whittington

Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Sproull

Mr. & Mrs. William Vaubel

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IN-KIND DONORS 512 Nails & Spa Ace Custom Tailors Acupuncture Changes Lives Mr. & Mrs. Bale C. Allen Arbor Carwash & Lube Center Art USA Mr. & Mrs. Gustavo Artaza Ascendte Advisors Aspire by API Austin Country Club Austin Deep Tissue Massage Austin Junior Forum Austin Learning Center Austin Steam Train Association Austin Turnkey Services, Inc. Back Home Furniture Barton Creek Golf Club at Lakeside Barton Creek Resort & Spa Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Bernhardt Berry Austin Mr. & Mrs. David P. Blanke Blanton Museum of Art Blazer Tag Bling for the

Bradz Salons & Spas

Copeland Jewelers

Briarcliff Marina

Mrs. Kyle Day

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Butler

Daybreak Miniature Golf

C.P.R. Resources, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore R. Dekker

Cafe Monet

Diamond Nails

Cakes, Chocolate & More, Inc.

Discount Electronics

Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Callegari

Mr. & Mrs. Patton Drewett

Castle Hill Specialized Fitness

Mr. & Mrs. Chris Easley

Catholic Art & Gifts

Elements Laser Spa

Cathy’s Cleaners

Embellish Nails & Boutique

C’est Chic! Gift Boutique

Fall Creek Vineyards

Chinatown Downtown

Fastframe & The Westlake Gallery


Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Felice

Clear Channel Radio

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Finley

Cloud 9 Design

Frank & Angie’s Hut’s Hamburgers

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Garbo’s Salon & Spa

College Nannies & Tutors

Grace & Charm

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Mandola’s Italian Market Maudie’s Tex-Mex McDonald Observatory Mr. & Mrs. Robert McDonald Medi-Bella Mesa Ranch Restaurant Michelle Loconto Photography Molly Girl Designs Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill Gratia Plena Designs

Kelly Jones Photography

More Than A Teacher

Mr. & Mrs. Robin Green

Kendra Scott Design

My Fit Foods

Mr. Rocky Greenwood

Kim’s Cleaners

Nancy Whitworth Photography

Grille at Rough Hollow

Kittleman Photography

Neiman Marcus


Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Knepp

Neiman Marcus Last Call Austin

Guero’s Taco Bar

Kuk Sool Won of Oak Hill Martial Arts

Newman, Grady & Associates CPA(s),

Haute Chics of Austin

Kurant Events

Heimsath Architects

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Heinlein

Lakecliff Country Club

Mr. Jose Hernandez

Lamb’s Tire & Automotive

Hibiscus Imports

Ms. Lynn Lapham

Hill Country Animal Hospital

Laser & Electrolysis, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Hubenak

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Lewis

Hudson’s on the Bend

Life Ki-do Martial Arts

JCF Communications

Lonestar Limo

Junior League of Austin


Kathleen Tacquard & Associates

Maduzia General Contractors

Keith Kristofer Salon

Magnolia Cafe

Mr. & Mrs. Donald P. Keller

Managieri’s Pizza Cafe

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P.C. Nightscenes Landscape Lighting Professionals Omni Austin Hotel Open Labs P Terry’s Burger Stand Paramount Theatre Party Cat Personal Wine Posies Precision Cameras Pure Austin Fitness Rae Cosmetics Revolution Prep

River Ranch Radiology

Star of Texas Events

The Oasis

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Rohleder

Steve Armstrong Photography

The Physical Fit

Round Rock Express Baseball Club

Mr. Roger Stirm & Mrs. Nevert Boraie

The Wiewel Law Firm

Mr. & Mrs. R. Robert Ruggio

Ms. Maureen W. Swanson


Sail & Ski Center

Sweet Charity

Mr. & Mrs. Juan Vasquez

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Schneider


Vince Young Steakhouse

Sewing by Norma

The Beauty Store Salon & Spa

Miranda Watson

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Shea

The Grove Wine Bar & Kitchen

Ms. Barbara Weiss

SMCA Arts Guild

The Hills Fitness Center

Zachary Scott Theatre

SMCA Thrift Shoppe

The Maids Home Service

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Solano

The Meat House

VOLUNTEERS We would like to give special thanks to all of the wonderful volunteers who donated their valuable time to support St. Michael’s this last year. Our St. Michael’s community would not be what it is today without the generosity and support of our families and friends. If you volunteered with us, many thanks! If you are interested in volunteering for St. Michael’s Catholic Academy in any capacity, please visit and let us know your volunteer interests!

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MISSION St. Michael’s Catholic Academy is a college-preparatory school founded by laity within the Diocese of Austin to serve a diverse student body. Combining academic excellence with faith formation and co-curricular learning opportunities, St. Michael’s prepares the whole student for leadership, service and decision-making consistent with Catholic values.

“As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace.”

1 Peter 4:10

St. Michael’s Catholic Academy 3000 Barton Creek Blvd. Austin, Texas 78735 512-328-2323


SMCA Annual Report 2011  

The Annual Report provides the St. Michael’s community with information about our school’s activities and performance during the past year,...

SMCA Annual Report 2011  

The Annual Report provides the St. Michael’s community with information about our school’s activities and performance during the past year,...