12-4-14: Magnificat Announces Appointment of New Athletic Director
Magnificat High School today announced that Mr. Paul Barlow will become the school's new Athletic Director as of mid-March 2015. To read the announcement in its entirety, please click here. To read the story on Cleveland.com, click here.
10-23-14: Magnificat President Stepping Down at End of School Year
Magnificat High School today announced that Mrs. Renata J. Rafferty will step down in June 2015 after completing two years of service as the school’s first lay President. The Board of Directors accepted Mrs. Rafferty’s request to conclude her service at the end of the current school year. Please click here to read the press release in its entirety.
10-2-14: Six Magnificat Students Named to 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program
Magnificat is proud to have two Semifinalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Competition: Caitrin Campbell and Alexandra Norris, and four Commended students: Caitlyn Harrington, Hanleigh Heinzmann, Megan Hricovec and Elizabeth Leszcz. Congratulations, ladies! Please click here to see a photo of these students, and click here to read more in the West Shore Chatter column of the West Shore Sun newspaper.
8-27-14: Hoop House Allows Student Gardeners to Grow Community Service
Thanks to the generous support of the Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary Club and the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, a 20' x 24' custom Hoop House has been installed on the grounds of Magnificat. Student volunteers have been actively growing vegetables in the house this summer and should be able to continue growing well into December. Vegetables grown will be donated to area food banks. The Hoop House was recently featured on www.cleveland.com and in Sun Newspapers. You can read the story by clicking here.
5-29-14: Hoop House Installed on Magnificat Campus--as seen in West Life newspaper
Thanks to the generous support of the Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary and the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, a 20' x 24' Hoop House has been installed on the grounds of Magnificat. Student volunteers will be growing vegetables in the house to donate to area food banks. The Hoop House will also be used as a classroom space. Reporter Mrs. Sue Botos from West Life newspaper recently visited Magnificat to share this story with Westshore residents, and you can read the article in its entirety by clicking here.
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