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CHS Foundation & Alumni Association

The Foundation/Alumni Association’s mission is to provide need-based tuition assistance to boys regardless of their financial situation and to supplement teachers’ salaries in order to attract and retain the best and the brightest educators.

Alumni News

June 2017:

Stephen Hart ’07 and Martin Siebold ’07 who will be ordained as priests on May 27, 2017

Stephen Elser ’09Patrick Friend ’07Keith Higginbotham ’10, and Joseph de Orbegozo ’09 who will be ordained as deacons in May.

Jacob Stansell ‘13 , who was honored in the University of Arkansas Alumni Association’s Seniors of Significance class for the Sam Walton College of Business. This class were selected based on academic achievement, leadership skills and substantial extracurricular campus and/or community activities.

To our MCJROTC Academic Team for advancing to the National JROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl in Washington DC, June 2017. Go Rockets!

Sam Raney ’17 for winning the DAR Good Citizen Essay Scholarship Contest Winner at their February 23rd meeting. He received a cash award to help supplement his college fund.

Michael Parker ’87, for his promotion to President of Nabholz Specialty Services of Conway.

Ramon Escobar ’87, for his promotion to Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion for CNN Worldwide.

Jason Chacko ’02, who won the National FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award.

Jack Tlapek ’13, Barth Onyekwelu ’13, and Logan Wewers ’12 who presented their project at the University of Arkansas Industrial Engineering Capstone Awards. Teams of industrial engineering students have spent the past year working with local companies, including Tyson and J.B. Hunt, using their engineering skills to help improve systems and processes. They presented their projects and the results of their efforts at the first ever Industrial Engineering Capstone Symposium.

Congratulations to Thomas Howe ’17 and Mr. Edward Dodge, a teacher at CHS, for being named winners of the prestigious Stephens Award.

Father Fred ’55, for being named as a nominee for KATV’s Channel 7 Teacher of the Year

Brian Fort ’85 for being appointed to Rear Admiral of the Navy.

Eric Herget ’82 who purchased Terry’s Finer Foods and is now called the The Heights Corner Market.

Patrick Wren ’12 who received the Charles M Taylor II Scholarship to the UALR School of Business.

Austin Nelson ’11 who received the Richard D. Huff Distinguished Masters Student in Political Science award from Baylor University.

Kevin Wilcox ’84 who was featured in the AR Democrat/Gazette High Profile in May for Chairman of the Greek Food Festival.

Josh Chiles ’14 who earned All-American honors at NAIA National Championships