School News

First Quarter Honor Roll ~ Fall 2015

November 4, 2015

Congrats to all the students who made honor roll!

 

First Honors (no grade below A-)

Class of 2016

Sydney Bell, Rachel Bloom, Kat Bowman, Nick Cavinee, Bailee Clouse, Zach Collins, Teresa Crum, Taylor Daignault, Hunter Davis, Dani Evans, Ashley Franks, Mary Ghiloni, Abbey Hitchens, Wes Jurden, Hunter Lear, Jud Lewis, Mitch Lohr, Levi Lupton, Tanner Marmie, Killian May, Hannah Mummey, Erica Rickey, Olivia Spearman, Zac Walker, Madison Weisend, Hannah Wirth

 

Class of 2017

Claudia Crumrine, Theresa Geiger, Nick Gialdini, Annie Haefs, Steven Hitchens, M.B. Keck, Tanner Lake,  Hannah Luft, Katie McCarty, Jake Priest, Grant Rausch, Rudy Snider, Megan Stanton, Andrea Talbott, Emma Vanoy, Charlie Wade, Nicholas Willis

 

Class of 2018

Jaidyn Adkins, Emily Amore, Rachel Beichler, Lilly Boehmer, Jake Cartagena, Hunter Chapman, Kenzie Claeys, Joey Dawson, Zach Fernandez, Andrea Goodman, Ally Hempleman, Jenna Hotchkiss, Macki Howard, Jacob Koch, Sam Lama, Jacob Lumbatis, Kylee May, Marie Medert, Bailey Nelson, Malia Nguyen, Emily Nutter, Elizabeth Ohl, Will Price, Kai Reed, Lauren Riggleman, Tate Roesink, Alli Shaw, Noah Stutz, Emily Tyack, Anthony Villa, Patricia Windholtz, Kaylee Zimpfer

 

Class of 2019

Caillie Barnett, Ben Bemis, Alexis Brothers, Hannah Brown, Noah Campbell, Granger Evans, Sylvia Heffley, Heath Jeffries, Billy Luft, Alex Lupton, Sam Martine, Maddi Muetzel, Grant Myers, Laura Nowicki, Justin Ricciardo, Avery Stutz, Trey Tigner, Eli Widrig

 

Second Honors (no grade below B-)

 

Class of 2016

RJ Aikey, Beth Bowman, Cole Buchanan, Dylan Byers, Jillian Choberka, Jake Evans, Anna Fluharty, Jordan Gilligan, Kris Goodman, Michaela Gress, Ian Harper, Hillary Hedstrom, Max Hogue, Christine Joyce, Austin Kent, Annie Lanfranc, Alex Lemons, Heath McCarthy, Nate McNabb, Alli Miller, Nate Nowicki, Emma Nutter, Hannah Poly, Ryan Simi, Nicole Stokes, Caine Whitney, Jack Wollenburg

 

Class of 2017

Sam Bending, Caleb Claggett, Madison Crumrine, Noah Fodor, Cara Gliatta, Natalie Hudson, Nick Jewett, Nolan Jurden, Emily Kazee, Courtney Kelley, Nathan Liesen, Reece McQuinn, Shelby Myers, Chris Ouweleen, Michael Reis, Kelsey Ruff, Ben Russ, Ruth Schmelzer, Connor Sheehan, Gretchen Wagner

 

Class of 2018

Sam Anderson, John Antol, Adam Bloom, Curtis Boren, Emma Cartagena, Jennie Choberka, Ashton Cook, Will Durham, Evan Fancelli, Rachel Filichia, Rob Franks, Xavier Gartside, Emma Glass, Blake Hamilton, Katie Hitchens, Josh Hoy, Josh James, Victoria Joyce, Jim Lally, Lindsey Langenbrunner, Cameron Leedale, Cameron Lewis, Madyson McCafferty, Nick McNabb, Abe Miller-Barber, Natalie Moran, Renee Pschibul, Zoe Reeder, Konnor Ruff, Mary Smith, Richie Stalnaker, Haylee Starzyk, Chandler Talbott, Sam Wendt, Sydni Wilson, Keaton Wirth, Tyler York

 

Class of 2019

Samantha Basham, Abby Buchanan, Amber Cook, Jordyn Creely, Meaghan Gilligan, Alexa Hess, Carli Kelley, Caroline Kiefer, Nathan Lee, Alison Lensink, Makenzie McDonald, Amelia O’Neill, Sam Pegher, Lucas Pierce, Andrea Simi, J.J. Snider, Ian Stacey, Will Suttle, Arin Wade


Monica Wright ’01 Grad ~ Most successful women’s volleyball coach in Otterbein University’s history.

November 4, 2015

CaptureMany coaches turn their high school sport into a career. Monica Wright, 2001 NC grad has gone a step further, becoming the most successful women’s volleyball coach in Otterbein University’s history.

 

ThisWeek Newspapers recently published an article on Monica’s journey. She is quoted in the article as saying “Newark Catholic in and of itself has a culture of discipline, a culture of winning and I think it keeps young kids interested and motivated,” Wright says. “The success is addictive maybe, so I attribute it to the intensity of the programs we grew up with. That’s when more of the focus (in girls volleyball) was on high school than on club. Most of my love of the game came through high school athletics.” Continue reading full article here. 


Chipotle Fundraiser for Girls Basketball

November 3, 2015

CaptureShow your team spirit by supporting the Girls Basketball program. Go the Chipotle at 1292 N 21st St in Newark on Tuesday, November 10th between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Newark Catholic High School Girls Basketball.


Post Season – Volleyball & Football Tickets on Sale

November 3, 2015

NC-sports-logoThe Newark Catholic Athletic Department is selling tickets for Wednesday’s November 4) Division III regional semifinal volleyball match against Versailles. Tickets are available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the office. Directions to Kettering Fairmont will be provided. The cost is $6 per ticket.

 

Football tickets for Saturday’s (November 7) Division VI regional quarterfinal at Paint Valley will be sold from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday.

Pre-sale tickets are $8, and a portion of the sales go to the school. Tickets are $9 at the gate.


Two Seniors Commended in National Merit Scholarship Program

October 28, 2015

00219 00229Two Newark Catholic High School students from the Class of 2016, Rachel Bloom and Teresa Crum have been commended in the National Merit Scholarship Program

 

Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2016 competition by taking the 2014 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success.  Newark Catholic congratulates the hard work of these seniors.

 


November 2015 Parent Newsletter

October 27, 2015

Please see the November 2015 Newsletter here.


24 Pledge-A-Thon results!

October 26, 2015

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The Pledge-A-Thon was a huge success…not only measured by the actual dollars pledged, but more importantly by the generosity of each and every person who contributed time, money and talent to this fundraiser.

 

Special thanks go out to Mr. Barry Winters and Mrs. Joan Franks at Park National Bank for allowing us to use their offices and phones to make calls on Saturday. Also thanks to the Class of 1959 for your generous donation of $660. Your kindness is truly appreciated!

 

We ended up short of our goal with donations totaling $8937.00. But in the process so much more was gained. The students who participated in the calls gained much needed experience and learned valuable lessons. The generosity of our NC Alum shined through. Mark you calendars, as this is an annual fundraiser October 24 every year.

 

Fun Facts:
# of donations:Total 193 = 93 Online;100 Mailed/Phone/In-Person
Largest Class Donation:$660 – Class of 1959
# of calls made:679 Calls
# of students participating:Total of 56 Students (15 Volleyball players, 34 Football players, and 7 other NC Students)
Total Minutes on Phone:8 Hours and 24 minutes
Largest Donation:500 (4 Alum)
Smallest Donation:$5

 

 


8th Grade Prospective Student Day — November 11th

October 14, 2015

Capture1Attention all 8th Graders! Please join us on Wednesday, November 11 for Prospective Student Day. All eighth-graders in the Licking/Knox Vicariate are invited to attend. The day will start at 9:15 for 8th graders, where they will be paired with NC students, meet teachers and get to know students visiting from other schools.

 

Later that evening parents are invited to attend a Prospective Parent presentation at 6:00 p.m.in the NC cafeteria.

For more information, please contact Traci Hogue at thogue@nullcdeducation.org or Jodi Snider at jksnider@nulllaca.org

 

Read the Admissions Brochure here.