Reunion Giving – Class Gift
Since 1962, Carmel Catholic High School has continued to develop strong traditions. Our alumni have shaped the school during their student years, and continue to be involved in the life of the school as generous supporters, parents (and grandparents), faculty/staff, and volunteer leaders. We deeply appreciate all that our Corsair alumni do in support of today’s Corsairs.
The planned reunions for 2020 had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic to keep our alumni safe. We hope to re-visit those reunions ending in “0” and “5” in 2021. We will also be starting the plans for the 2021 Reunions for the classes of 1971, 1976, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2011, and 2016.
Donations to the Carmel Catholic Fund by members of these classes will be recognized individually and as a “class gift” in support of the school during their reunion year.
Class of 1967 Legacy Scholarship Fund
Creating the Class of 1967 Legacy Scholarship was an endeavor started with the class committee for the 50-year reunion in 2017. The initial goal of $25,000 was reached in the spring of 2020. The Class of 1967 is the first class to pursue and reach this lofty goal, which potentially will begin to be awarded for the 2021-22 academic year. Continued donations will only help in increasing the impact that this scholarship will make. Learn more at carmelhs.org/1967/.
Class of 1968 Fund
In keeping with the core values of justice and service to others, the 1968 50-Year Reunion Committee is working with school staff in establishing a fund to assist students within Carmel and their efforts in social activism in the community. The fund will be used in several ways:
- Assisting less-fortunate Carmel students with needs beyond tuition
- Helping current students in community outreach through Christian service programs
- Supporting other needs consistent with justice and service, as determined by the school administration