Building on
Extraordinary

 

The Campaign for

St. Paul VI Catholic High School

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BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE

An Ambitious $5 Million Campaign

Our goal is ambitious: $5,000,000+. Our motivation is simple: to be able to offer access to an affordable Catholic education at Paul VI. The campaign ensures we can do just that. Financing the construction and operations for a 68-acre campus is no small feat. Building the financial stability of the school is critical; it’s for the expected and for the unexpected. Most of all, it is for our PVI families. 

The new PVI campus from the sky

Our Progress: $4.2 million

84% Raised!

Our Progress: $4.2 million

84% Raised!

Naming Opportunity Spotlight

Luke McGuire Stadium

As a part of the BUILDING ON EXTRAORDINARY Campaign, an effort was launched to name the main stadium field in memory of Luke McGuire. Luke played an integral role on the nationally-ranked 2013 Boys Lacrosse team, and inspired his teammates and the PVI community during his courageous battle with cancer.

Boys Lacrosse coach, Bob Waters, described Luke as the vocal leader of that special team — stepping into huddles, reminding players they were “playing for each other, their team, and their school.”

Find out how you can participate in commemorating such a beloved member of our St. Paul VI family.

The Main Stadium at St. Paul VI High School

Inspire and Transform

Learn more about our campaign and ways to support Paul VI!

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PVI BY THE NUMBERS

OUR STORY

WAYS TO GIVE

“At the end of the day, the summation of your person is based on how well you love others and how much happiness you find. It doesn’t matter how much money you make or how big your house is; it matters how much you lift up other people, how much you serve others, and how much you give of yourself to make this world better.” 

Sarah D’Esopo ’18

“At the end of the day, the summation of your person is based on how well you love others and how much happiness you find. It doesn’t matter how much money you make or how big your house is; it matters how much you lift up other people, how much you serve others, and how much you give of yourself to make this world better.” 

Sarah D’Esopo ’18