Business News

08 April 2017

Project Graduation

On May 12, 2017, ninety seniors will graduate from Springfield Catholic High School.  Immediately following graduation, the parents and community will host an all-night celebration known as Project Graduation.  Statistically, graduation night is one of the most dangerous nights of a high-school student's life.  The goal of Project Graduation is to allow our graduates to celebrate one last night, together as a class, in a safe, sober, drug-free environment.  However, it takes the support of the community to make this happen. 

Thanks to generous donors like you, Project Graduation is free to the students.  Expenses for the entire evening are funded by parents, businesses, and the community. 

Your support is needed to help make Project Graduation a success.  Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to help provide for the safety and well being of these young adults as they transition to the next stage of their lives. 

Checks may be made payable to SCHS Project Graduation and returned in the self-addressed envelope enclosed.  You may go to and make a credit card donation. If you have any questions, you may contact any of the co-chairs listed below.

The Springfield Catholic High School Class of 2017 sincerely appreciates your support of this worthwhile and important event! 




The Project Graduation Co-Chairs

Stephanie Skornia,                     

Susan Brown,                            

Alison Miller,                              

Kim Sallee,