Alumni News!

Kelly '19 Delivers Holiday Hope

This Christmas, Aidan Kelly '19 stepped up to represent his family and his community during the Mary Mulvey Jacobsen Families in Need food delivery. Named in honor of his late aunt (and the sister of Maggie Mulvey Kelly, MSJA '85), this community service event provides food, clothing, and gifts for families in need throughout the year, but especially during the holiday season...

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Congratulations to Juliette Noonan (Trinity Catholic ’09) for her well-earned recognition in the Boston Sunday Globe’s Salute to Nurses (May 6, 2018). Working with child and adolescent patients in an inpatient psychiatric unit at Franciscan Children’s Hospital, Juliette was nominated for her leadership as a clinical coordinator and her ability and commitment to empathy and care.

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Spring Reunion Season 2017 A Success!

Over the spring, hundreds of alumni from our Saint Joseph Prep Alumni family came to campus to re-connect with former classmates for their Reunion celebrations! From the All-Class MSJA Cocktail Party and Brunch, to the Our Ladys/Newton Catholic 1972-1975 Barbecue and Dance, to the Trinity Catholic Class of 2007 10-year Celebration, laughter, tears, and joy were in the air as old friends quickly re-connected. This is the first time that members of our extended Alumni Family have celebrated on the Saint Joseph Prep campus, and our students could not have been more gracious in welcoming them and making them feel right at home. Additionally, members of the former MSJA community came together during their Reunion weekend to remember the life of Kathleen Heitman, a beloved teacher at the Mount for over 40 years who passed away last fall. Many former students shared stories of her influence, and the long-term impact she has had on their lives. Reunion was the perfect time for them, and for all, to reflect on the wonderful things that came out of their Catholic high school educations and those that touched their lives.