Meet Our Alumni

Just a handful of success stories from our alumni.

Mark DiPisa

Class of 1999
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When I started Catholic school the faculty had no idea how to deal with a learning disabled child. Nobody knew what learning disabled meant at that TIME. Instead of recognizing my issues, I was labelled lazy and the class clown. Read more...

Kerry Magro

Class of 2007
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When I was four years old I was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified, a form of autism. My parents were told I had a very low IQ and that kids with autism similar to my diagnosis would one day have to be institutionalized. Read more...

Julia Sheridan

Class of 2012
Julia Sheridan

When I entered the Community Lower School, I couldn’t read at all. That affected everything I did in school. I scored very poorly on standardized tests and chances I would go to college, much less do well there, were pretty slim. Read more...

Matt Zimmerman

Class of 2005
Matt Zimmerman

I had severe dyslexia. I was eight years old and I couldn’t read a word. I remember thinking I probably would never be able to read. The thought of myself as an adult looking at photos and not understanding the captions was incredibly depressing. Read more...