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Awards & Recognition

Mary Black, CSJ, was recognized for her ongoing contributions to Cathedral High School’s Adopt-A-Student Foundation

Sister Mary Black recognition

Mary Black, CSJ with John Remondi, Executive Vice President and Director at Fidelity Investments and member of the Cathedral High School Board of Trustees.

 

On October 26, 2017, Mary Black, CSJ, was recognized for her ongoing contributions to Cathedral High School’s Adopt-A-Student Foundation (AASF) at the annual AASF Dinner. During the dinner, it was announced that the new Development Office in the Applied Learning Center at Cathedral will be named after Sister Mary.

 The Adopt-A-Student Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization established to ensure that students of all economic, educational, and faith backgrounds have access to a quality, values-based college preparatory education. Since 1926, Cathedral High School has helped open the doors of educational opportunity to generations of Boston’s youth.  The Adopt-A-Student Foundation ensures that no student is turned away from Cathedral due to lack of means.

 

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