Alumni

Luke Brauer

Luke Brauer started at St Rose being dragged around the school while his older brother attended. He started Pre-K at St Rose in 2005 where he met some of his lifelong friends. While at St Rose he joined Mrs Rizzuto’s chess club, he started playing baseball, picked up a passion for basketball and went on to be student council President his 6th grade year. His fondest memories are of Mrs Rizzuto’s outrageous bets with the students and being principal for the day.
He played baseball and basketball for the hawks and still plays pick up ball with his friends from that hawks team to this day. While at York Catholic, Luke has gone on to play football with those same friends from St Rose. He is also a member of the NHS and student ambassadors at York Catholic. Luke plans to continue his education at Susquehanna University and major in business.

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Ethan Higgins

Ethan is going to attend Elizabethtown College, and study Occupational Therapy. He also was recruited to play men’s soccer there. He has always loved a small school atmosphere ( grade school, high school, and now college) where he can feel relaxed, and get to know the teachers and meet new friends. He said -- his favorite memories of St. Rose were the special person lunches ( figures it was about food), and his favorite teacher was Mrs. Connelly/6th grade.

At YC: Ethan was a 4 year varsity starter for soccer, member of the Ping Pong club and Varsity Club, and an Alpha Peer Helper. He still regularly volunteers at the Catholic Harvest Food Pantry. He has been a youth soccer referee since 14.

He’s so excited to move on to the next chapter of his life.
 
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Jarred Kohl

YC Football 7-12th grade – Senior year Captain

YC Lacrosse 7-12th grade

Member of the YC Musical – Cinderella

Active member of the St. Rose Squires

College – Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA

Where he will play football and study Business and/or Financial Economics

What I loved about St. Rose – The thing I liked most was the ability to play outside. The teachers allowed us to do what we wanted. I came to St Rose from the Lincoln charter and I loved the green fields verses the concrete playground in the city.

 

 

 

 Harris Kohl

YC Football 7-12th grade – Senior year Captain

YC Lacrosse 7-12th grade

Member of Student Council

Member of the National Honor Society

Active Member of the St. Rose Squires

College – Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA

Where he will play football and study Business and/or Environmental Science

What I loved about St. Rose – The St. Rose lessons were slightly behind what I had been learning in public school, but I soon realized why. The lessons at St. Rose focused not on getting through their lesson plans quickly, but on how effectively they had built the foundation on which their students learned.

 

 

 

   
Rick Pokrivka
Rick will attend Messiah College for engineering and will play lacrosse.
Rick earned his Eagle Scout for building new tables for the St. Rose Computer lab,
National Honor Society member
Musical: Senior year Cinderella, also Bye Bye Birdie, Annie Get Your Gun, and Beauty and the Beast
Alter server St. Rose
Active squire member and newly initiated member of the Knights of Columbus
Lacrosse 7th-12th, 4-year letter, captain Jr and Sr year
Football 8th-12th 3 year letter captain Sr year
St Rose memories:
Rick enjoyed the small classes where he got a good foundation for High School, and making lifetime friends. He enjoyed getting to play outside during recess and learning to play an instrument (trumpet)
He still remembers the Letter People and Letterland!
 
   Daniel Dominick

Began his academic career at St Rose of Lima School in 2005 in the pre-k program. While at St. Rose School, he enjoyed student council and playing basketball for the St. Rose Hawks. Daniel developed his love of lacrosse at St. Rose School when Shooting Irish Lacrosse Club came to St. Rose School and hosted a lacrosse clinic. Daniel continued his love of sports at York Catholic, where he has played football and lacrosse since 7th grade. Daniel was a member of the York Catholic Varsity Club, the Ping Pong Club, and the Chess Club. Daniel is a senior at York catholic and will graduate in May 2019. He will continue his academic career at Duquesne University where he will pursue a degree in Psychology.