Saint Patrick Cathedral School has the honor of having many wonderful people call St. Pat's their alma mater. Please contact us and share your good news with everyone else.
St. Pats is approaching its 90th anniversary. As part of the celebration, we would like to honor the family of the first St. Patrick Cathedral School graduate. If you have any information regarding this student, please contact our office at 915.532.4142.
Ysella Ayn Fulton ('76) who recently published her first novel, Pomegranate. It is a masterfully woven story of friendship, family and love. Set in beautiful west Texas, it is a tribute to her El Paso and the people who live and love there.
Brother Nick Gonzalez FSC ('76) who is now at the helm of Cathedral High School. We can already see your positive impact on these impressive young men!
Alfred J. Griffin, Jr., Ph.D., P.E. ('76) has made many significant contributions to the field of engineering. As well, he has received many honors and accolades for his hard work and contributions. In 2007 the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers awarded him the STAR Award for Outstanding Hispanic in Technology.
Efren Lemus ('07) and Matteo Williams who were awarded the Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium Scholarship upon graduating from Cathedral High School in 2011. Blessings for continued success at Georgetown and MIT, respectively.
Rose Montes Tate ('76) who has been volunteering at our school long before her children started PreK. As Home and School president and member of the school board, Mrs. Tate has been integral in recruiting new families, volunteers and donors. We are ever so thankful for her love and commitment to St. Pats.
Alfred J. Griffin, Jr., Ph.D. ('76) who recently donated an iPad II for the 2011 Halloween raffle.