Graduates of St. Aloysius Academy
Welcome, St. Aloysius Academy graduates and friends. The Academy is happy to share news of current and former student accomplishments and blessings. Students at St. Aloysius Academy are inducted into the Alumni Association each year at the time of graduation from 8th grade. This membership offers the student a lifelong connection to the Academy.
Keeping in Touch
Tell us about yourself! Do you have a special accomplishment you would like to share? Did you receive a special award, graduate, take a new position, marry, or have a child? The Academy would love to place your special happening or update in the Wildcat Chat column of The Wootton, the official Alumni newsletter. Please let us know. We love hearing from you! Click here to sign up for email newsletters.
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By telephone -- 610-525-1670, x318
By snail mail -
Mission Advancement/Alumni Office
St. Aloysius Academy
401 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
The Advancement Program is only possible through the generosity of our alumni, parents and friends. Each year, our benefactors contribute to the St. Aloysius Academy Fund. This continued support brings a vibrancy and vitality to the entire St. Aloysius community.
Thanks for the Memories
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these halls, I developed the confidence in myself, communication skills, and
study habits that I would utilize in high school at Devon Prep, college at
LaSalle University, medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic
Medicine, and currently in my treatment of patients as a Family Medicine
physician. In addition to being an incubator for personal development, I feel
that St Al's is also the environment where I developed my spiritual identity.
my ties to St Al's did not stop after 8th grade. Both of my younger
brothers are alumni as well and I returned to coach basketball here during my
high school years. In addition, I was
actually married by one of my fellow graduates from the Class of 2001, Father
John Stokely. This highlights an important fact; I encourage all of you to keep
your own connections with St. Al's and with the friends that you make here, as
these are relationships that can last a lifetime." Joe Quintilliani, Class of 2001,
addressing the Father-Son Communion Breakfast, February 2016