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St. Mary’s students serve in alumni priest’s footsteps

Besides serving the community, they also visited the home of Fr. William Wasson, a 1947 SMHS alum, to honor and celebrate his life as a Knight.

Xavier alumna digs #PanAmCup experience

Xavier College Preparatory alumna Amanda Benson was named to the U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team which allowed her to compete in the Pan American Cup tournament.

Seton senior selected to help produce summer newscast at ASU

Max Muehlhausen, a Gilbert resident and rising senior at Seton Catholic Preparatory in Chandler, was among 28 high school journalists from across the country selected for the Summer Journalism Institute.

Two high-schoolers, St. Theresa alumni raise $25K for Catholic education

Childhood friends Katie Coury and Greg Abbott bypassed typical summer teen jobs to produce a play to benefit Catholic education.

Twins, cousin turn tassel to end 40-year legacy at Bourgade Catholic

The 2017-18 school year will be the first since 1994 that a family member will not be enrolled at Bourgade Catholic.

Seton’s Class of 2017 graduate with ‘talent and distinction’

Meet a few of Seton Catholic Preparatory's 123 graduates.

Entrepreneuring students launch tech camp to keep kids speaking in code

Savvy Camps is open to students of all socio-economic backgrounds through a 1:1 scholarship program.

Superintendent bids farewell — Champion of Catholic education closes chapter on...

MaryBeth Mueller’s tenure as a leader in Catholic education is coming to a close, but her passion that fueled decades of leadership resulting in national recognition remains undimmed.The superintendent and director of the diocesan Division of Education and Evangelization is retiring next month, following 31 years of service.

Seton Sentinels selected for second national basketball tournament

Gonzaga University is the only Catholic college team in the true Final Four, but an observant Catholic could still accurately say that there are two Catholic school teams in another “final four” of sorts.

Spellers with parish, school ties vie in state bee

With 27 of State 48’s top elementary school spellers gathered in one room — in this case the KAET studios at Arizona State University’s downtown campus — there’s bound to be some stiff competition.