Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Class of 2013 Yearbook pick up!



CMH -Class of 2013
Don't forget to pick up your yearbook!!
Yearbook signing and pick-up for the Class of 2013 

Tuesday, August 6th - 5:00-6:30 PM - InPro Lobby
Pizza/Snacks Served!

Great chance to say good-by to fellow classmates!

There will be some extra yearbooks for sale.  $85/each - checks made out to CMH!

Contact Alumni Director, Monica Fleming at mfleming@catholicmemorial.net
with any questions!

Hope to see you at your 1st Alumni Event!!!

Crusader Tennis Player Honored


Area tennis players honored


WAUKESHA – The Waukesha Tennis Association recently presented Outstanding Player Awards for the boys tennis season. From left: Derek Sallmann from Waukesha West, Sawyer Dargiewicz from Waukesha South, Matt Mirsberger from Catholic Memorial, Ross Laedtke from Waukesha North and Chayce Roecker from Kettle Moraine.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Pope Francis to youth...

"The Church needs you, your enthusiasm, your creativity and the joy that is so characteristic of youth" 

Pope Francis, Closing Mass, World Youth Day
July 28, 2013

Friday, July 26, 2013

Football, Faith, and Friendships


The combined team prayer which concluded the 2nd Annual CMH/MUHS summer football training camp.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

CMH's Burke named Coach of the Year

Wisconsin Soccer Coaches AssociationBerg, Liebergen, Burke named girls WSCA Coaches of the Year
07/18/2013, 8:30pm CDT

By ERIC ANDERSON


The three coaches whose teams won WIAA state girls championships this spring will be collecting more hardware.

Cedarburg's Trent Berg, Ozaukee's Eric Liebergen and Waukesha Catholic Memorial's John Burke were named the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Coaches of the Year.

The coaches will be honored at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America High School Awards Brunch on Aug. 3 in Orlando, Fla.


John Burke

Private Schools: John Burke, Waukesha Catholic Memorial

Burke, the winningest coach in state history with a 405-45-31 record in 19 seasons, led the Crusaders to their second consecutive Division 2 title and sixth overall – one behind Whitefish Bay's record total of seven. Catholic Memorial (23-0-1) made its eighth state finals appearance in the past 10 years and became the first unbeaten Division 2 state champion in the 17-year history of the division.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

CMH to join WI Parental Choice Program

July 15, 2013

Dear CMH Community Member:                                                         
Catholic Memorial High School is excited to announce that, by a unanimous recommendation of the CMH Board of Directors, we intend to participate in the recently expanded Wisconsin Parental Choice Program. Through this program, we have the opportunity to provide our premier education to students who otherwise could not afford to attend CMH.  We are confident that we can do this while in no way compromising our Catholic mission to serve and our present levels of success. 

This is an important decision, and as with all decisions, we thoroughly reviewed every detail of the program. As a part of our research, our staff spent hours interviewing leaders from those schools that have successfully participated in other Choice programs. Additionally, CMH staff will continue to be trained on how best to implement this process to ensure a smooth transition for our current students, new students, faculty and staff. We are entering this program intentionally but gradually, so we are able to guarantee its success for both the students and for CMH.

Our participation will initially include a limited number of seats divided between the freshmen and sophomore classes, and students could begin attending as soon as this coming school year (2013-2014). We believe that enrolling students in CMH as underclassmen best positions them to assimilate into the CMH culture and to learn “The Memorial Way.”  Together, this enhances the plan for success at the junior and senior levels, ultimately leading the choices for post-secondary education.

It should be noted that even before the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program, CMH has offered a variety of targeted tuition discounts as well as extensive, need-based tuition assistance. Ideally, this program will allow us to maintain our diverse community population, while allowing for a broader dedication of some valuable resources for academic programming.

Our Catholic mission to serve is a calling that our faculty and staff, along with students and families, live every day.  We are proud that our participation in this program might allow us to continue this profound mission in yet another way.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Very Reverend Paul B. R. Hartmann, '84

We’re looking for a good carpenter!

CMH is presently blessed with two good challenges. 

First, a recent donation of a dozen relics of Catholic saints needs a proper place of display in the Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel.  It is hoped that these, along with a number of reliquaries that the school already cares for can be displayed in a secure, shadow box style display case.

Second, With last year’s great sports successes, CMH has run out of space for all of the State Championship and State Runner-Up trophies.  The best plan is to rebuild one or two of the cases in the first floor Champions Hallway.

If there is a good carpenter willing to donate their services for one, or both, of these projects, please contact Fr. Paul Hartmann  (fr.hartmann@catholicmemorial.net)

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Nominations Still Open for CMH Alumni Awards

CMH Alumni Awards
Any member or friend of the CMH community may submit a nomination for the 2013 Alumni and Memorial awards to be presented  at  the Legacy Dinner, on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at the Country Springs Hotel.  These awards honor alumni and other benefactors whose contributions exemplify and sustain the CMH mission.
 
Alumni Professional Achievement Award (CMH graduate prior to 1998)
 Alumnus/a has reached a level of excellence in his/her career, including professional achievement, distinguished leadership and service to the profession and wider community.  Also exemplifies living the Catholic Memorial mission in his/her personal and professional life
 
Alumni Caritas Award (for exemplary service to CMH and the community)
Alumnus/a has demonstrated outstanding service to Catholic Memorial High School and service to the community and exemplifies living the CMH motto of “Charity in All Things” in both his/her personal and professional life

 
Young Alumni Award (CMH graduate between 1998-2007)
Alumnus/a has reached a level of professional and/or personal achievement within 15 years of graduating from Catholic Memorial while demonstrating continued service to CMH and the community.  Also exemplifies living the Catholic Memorial mission in both his/her personal and professional life
 
Memorial Award (non-alumni only)
Candidate(s) has/have demonstrated distinguished leadership and/or service to Catholic Memorial while exemplifiying  the CMH motto “Chairity in All Things” in both personal and professional life.
 
To make your nomination, click here!

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

CMH Alum news - Girls Volleyball

Kayla Rymer, a 5-foot-5 defensive specialist from Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha, Wis., will be the fourth freshman on Bradley’s 2013 roster.

Coach Jenny Maurer’s recruiting class received high honorable mention recognition from PrepVolleyball.com in the site’s annual ranking of incoming freshmen classes.

Rymer averaged 1.23 aces per match as a senior and helped Catholic Memorial to an 80-19 record in her two varsity seasons. As a junior, Rymer helped her school to a state championship.

 


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The third season of Crusader Rugby


 
Saturday afternoon the CMHS girls rugby team won the high school division of the Lakefront Olympic 7's Tournament held at Veteran's Park for the second year in a row.
 
CMH defeated Brighton HS (Tn) 46-0; the Wisconsin Selectside 19-5; and Penn HS (Ind.) 22-7 in the championship match.
 
The team included juniors Alexa Jaeger, Julie Else, Lizzie Jacobson, Liz Bellis, Rebecca Haight, Molly Langhenry, Mary Biedlingmaier; sophomore Elizabeth Alesci, and freshman Lizzie Walicki, Ellie Metz, and Meaghan Schmitt.
 
CMHS also entered an alumni team in the women's division.  The alumni defeated Iowa St. 29-10 and the Milwaukee Scylla women's team 31-5, while losing to Chicago Northshore 15-5.  The alumni team included Katie Mueller (Penn St); Hannah McCaffery (Carroll); Casey Hamill Barth (Caroll); Holly Bohlman (UWM); Sara Dillett (UWM); Erin Sommers (UW-O); Eileen Lieb (UNI); Kelli Piatt (St Norbert), and Nikky MacLeod (MIAD).

Another CMH All-American!


Catholic Memorial junior Julie Else has been named a 2013 High School All-American rugby player.  Recognized at many levels for her impressive skill, Else was named earlier to the All-Tournament team at the National Championship.
 
Julie will travel to the University of Northern Colorado next week where 50 of the best high school rugby players will gather for an elite training camp before playing the in the first annual Stars v Stripes match on July 13th. 

Monday, July 1, 2013

More pics from the CMH group in Ireland and Scotland

 Climbing up to Arthur's Seat--hanging off the cliff 

 CMH students before mass in Edinburgh

CMH students prepare to board a boat to travel across Loch Ness in Scotland.   Students will travel through the Highlands today and tomorrow, return to Edinburgh, and then fly home on the 3rd.

It's not too late for Jr. Crusader Football

Its not too late to sign up for jr crusader football and youth football camp!

Visit our new and improved website! www.jrcrusader.com