May 9, 2018

Donor Stories

In 1918, Cathedral’s doors welcomed her first class of 90 students. Since then, more than 14,000 alumni have graduated and profoundly impacted the communities in which they live – while keeping Cathedral close to their hearts. We are fortunate that many of Cathedral’s alumni, current and past parents and grandparents, faculty, staff, board members, and other friends and supporters have started their own Cathedral legacy by giving their time, prayer, and treasure. Every individual and every family at Cathedral has a unique philanthropic mission, and when taken together, it shapes who we are and allows us to look brightly to the future.

As we seek to build on our 100 year legacy, we have big plans to further our mission by investing in multiple strategic enhancements and capital projects. In addition to creating plans to invest in the future success of Cathedral, we are also taking the time to look back and celebrate our many accomplishments, traditions, and families.

Read on to find out why these members of the Cathedral family support our vision for the future as we look to the next one-hundred years:

Marshall Dixon

Marshall Dixon, Emeritus Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Butler University, has given a $2 million gift to Cathedral High School in honor of its upcoming 100th birthday. An electrical engineer, physicist, and mathematician, Dixon began teaching at Butler in 1957, putting in a 53-year career. While physics is his specialty, he also taught a []

 

The Gallant Family

Long-time supporters of Cathedral High School, Gregg and Lori Gallant have once again provided the Cathedral family with a tremendous boost of leadership and encouragement through an extraordinary witness of sacrificial giving to our Centennial Campaign. In addition to giving one of the largest Centennial Campaign gifts to date, Cathedral is honored to have Gregg []

The Sherfick Family

We chose Cathedral because… Abbi and Andrew attended school in a very large school district. Ted’s mother sent him and his siblings to catholic schools because she knew the importance of having spiritual growth and faith in the classroom. It was after her passing and the growing concerns we had with their current school size that made us realize that we needed to find []

The Stephens Family

Our Cathedral story… We see Cathedral as a longstanding family tradition. Joanie, Jack, and Eddie first began attending Cathedral events when they were babies – so the campus felt like home by the time they enrolled. Today, we attend all the events we can, always supporting the Irish! Our allegiance for Cathedral extends beyond our []