Archdiocese of San Antonio
The Archdiocese of San Antonio would love to highlight some of our amazing and resilient Catholic high school graduates. These students have benefited immensely from receiving grants from the Black and Indian Mission Office. These grant funds are used to ‘shine the light of Christ’ in our communities and that is exactly what they did for these six Catholic high school graduates. Our shining seniors have just graduated from some of our communities’ great Catholic high schools like Antonian, Incarnate Word, Central Catholic, St. Anthony, and St. John Paul II High School.
Here at the Archdiocese of San Antonio we believe that Catholic high school is the capstone to Catholic school involvement and is attentive to developing leaders of character in co-ed and single gender environments. And, because of this grant each of these seniors were blessed with the amazing Catholic experience and a high quality, faith-based education, which is definitely worth celebrating! These young men and women have been prepared to be faithful disciples of Christ after attending schools that focus on the spiritual and academic formation based of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Now, these seniors have the skills attained from our Catholic schools to go out and continue their education at some outstanding colleges.