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Catholic High Schools Support Student Victories

High school can be about the big wins. State championships. Award-winning graduates. National rankings. They matter because they reflect a commitment to perseverance, excellence and an uncompromising desire to reach the most challenging goals. But at the Catholic schools of the Diocese of Lansing, we celebrate the small victories, too, because we know that high school students still need encouragement in order to grow in self-confidence, resiliency and courage. That’s why we thank the Lord for every opportunity He gives our students to discover His presence in their lives, win or lose. (Of course, we thank Him for those state championships, too!)

The Diocese of Lansing invites you to consider one of our four regional, comprehensive, co-educational high schools, where the graduation rate across the four high schools is 100 percent, and 98.25 percent of students go on to college. Each school has its own unique histories and traditions, but they are all grounded in one mission: That Jesus Christ is the reason for these schools, the unseen but ever-present teacher in all its classes, the model of its faculties, and the inspiration for its students.

Blessings and congratulations to the 2016 graduates of Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Lansing: Father Gabriel Richard High School in Ann Arbor, Lansing Catholic High School in Lansing, Lumen Christi High School in Jackson and Powers Catholic High School in Flint.

May 24, 2016