17 Members of St A’s Class of 2006 on their 2010 High School Graduation Day.
Our alumni continue to build on the successes they have achieved during their elementary years, as indicative by the partial list of colleges they attend:
|Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
California State-Long Beach
California State-San Diego
California State-San Francisco
London School of Economics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University School of Law
Santa Clara University
We are thrilled to share the news of how our St. A’s alum’s have grown. Please email us anytime with updates!
“Academics, sports, extracurricular activities–St. Apollinaris definitely excels in all of those categories, but the defining feature that made my primary years unique was that St. A’s is a comprehensive community.
By that I mean that my Church life and community, moral upbringing, and desire to engage in community service never had to be separated from my school life–the St. Apollinaris community and experience encompassed all of those as well. My nine years at St. A’s were filled with the normal wonders and trials of a childhood experience, but occurred within a tightknit and nurturing community that well prepared me to face the much larger student body and the academic rigor of excellerated classes at a public high school.”
Christina Riechers, St. Apollinaris ’88-97 Napa High School ’01 Stanford University ’05 Christina is currently volunteering with Village Enterprise Fund in East Africa and would like to pursue a career working for economic and social development in developing countries.
Matthew Amari is attending the Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy in Orlando, Florida, and STILL in a uniform!!!! Marjanka Amari is a graduate of Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, with a degree in marketing. She lives and works in Manhattan and absolutely loves it! Frank still is in civil service at a nuclear submarine base in St. Mary’s, Georgia. We have fond memories of St. Apollinaris School — and wanted to share how our children are doing and “brag a bit” as well!
Paula Amari (parent and former school secretary for Mrs. Granucci)