The St. Theresa School Alumni Association provides event and interest information for former students of St. Theresa Catholic School in Ashburn, VA.
Educating Tomorrow's Catholic Leaders St. Theresa School, where Christ is the ever-present lead teacher, is a 500 student K-8 school. Theresa School Alumni Association is responsible for sharing information regarding events and news.
Mission: The mission of St. Theresa School is to nurture and fulfill the spiritual, academic, social, physical and emotional promise of each child in accordance with the teachings of Jesus and rooted in the traditions and doctrines of our Roman Catholic faith.
Operating as usual
Happy New Year to all! Today we celebrate the Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God; visit the parish website for the Mass schedule (live stream at 10:30am): www.sainttheresaparish.com
We also just spotted several STCS alumni on the Loudoun County Excellence in Education list for the Class of 2021...stay tuned for an update!
STCS Alumni & Friends – your gift truly makes a difference, and we are grateful for your support! It’s not too late -- make a gift to the STCS 2020 Thunder Appeal by December 31, here: https://tinyurl.com/y3hdrjav
Merry Christmas! May the Peace, Love, and Hope of our Savior's birth reign in your hearts now and throughout the new year!
It's an AWESOME day when your name lights up Notre Dame Stadium! Congratulations to Garrett Verfurth (STCS '13), a 4-year Notre Dame football team trainer celebrated during ND's Senior Day game against Syracuse. Garrett is majoring in neuroscience with a minor in energy studies. Keep up the great work, and go Irish!
A big #ThrowbackThursday shout-out to the awesome PM Kindergarten class of 2003-04!! 🎉
Wow – the obstacle course is no problem for STCS '16 alumna Christine B.! Christine graduated from Broad Run HS last spring and is finishing up her first semester at Virginia Tech as a member of the Corps of Cadets – keep up the fantastic work!
Alumni/families – we love to get your updates! Email [email protected].
Happy #GivingTuesday! Your gift directly impacts our students and helps us live our mission of "Educating Tomorrow's Catholic Leaders"! Thank you for supporting St. Theresa Catholic School, here: https://tinyurl.com/y3hdrjav
Happy #GivingTuesday! Please consider a gift to the STCS 2020 Thunder Appeal, here: https://tinyurl.com/y3hdrjav
Thank you for your support!
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Global #GivingTuesday is in 3 days! Please support STCS, here: https://tinyurl.com/y3hdrjav Thank you!
It's always awesome to hear of STCS alumni friendships through college! Great to see Mia K., Abby K. & Grace D. -- ready to cheer on the Hokies!
The 5th grade Veterans Day Program is a tradition at STCS; this year looks a bit different, but our observance is filled with gratitude to those who served!
Happy Veterans Day! Every year our 5th grade students host a Veterans Day program & reception for our parish/school community. They are unable to hold the event this year due to the pandemic, but instead are leading our school Veterans Day observance by sharing their essays about veterans and creating Thank You cards to share with local veterans. The 6th grade computer class also designed cards, and our lessons and bulletin boards reflect our gratitude to those who served. God bless our veterans!
With sadness we share this news about former STCS teacher Mrs. Kruml. Please note the funeral Mass will be live-streamed on the STCS page, here: https://www.facebook.com/SaintTheresaSchoolAshburn/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
It is with both deep sadness and joyful remembrance that we share this news about our former colleague and teacher, Mrs. Kruml. Her family has given permission for her funeral service on Saturday to be live-streamed on our FB page, but not recorded. RIP to a dear member of our community. https://directcremationservicesofvirginia.com/tribute/details/2650/Helen-Kruml/obituary.html
We have an opening! See details here: https://tinyurl.com/y2pz7lyu
We have an open position -- see the full description here: https://tinyurl.com/y2pz7lyu
The 2020 White House Historical Association Christmas Ornament is now on sale! Order by Monday, October 26, here: https://sainttheresaparish.com/ Proceeds benefit Friends of St. Theresa School tuition assistance program.
Alumni, families & friends -- please join us! Golf registration is open til Thursday:
It's not too late! Golf registration is open til Thursday:
Sponsors & Golfers are needed for the 10th Annual FOSTS tournament! FOSTS was established in 2006 to provide tuition assistance to STCS families experiencing a financial hardship, and has helped over 190 students. Information here: https://sainttheresaparish.com/news/2020-golf-tournament/
Alumni & families, please join us! Registration is now OPEN for the 10th Annual Friends of St. Theresa School (FOSTS) Golf Tournament on Monday, October 5, 2020 at Belmont Country Club. Proceeds from the event provide tuition assistance for families and students who might not otherwise have access to Catholic education. Can you help by SPONSORING the tournament? See the parish website for tournament details and registration, www.sainttheresaparish.com.
So great to hear from Kaeley Boyle, STCS alumna (’03) and daughter of beloved, long-time STCS art teacher, Rusty Boyle! Kaeley recently founded the Loudoun Arts Film Festival (LAFF) -- which includes 7 nights of drive-in films, 9 music acts, fine art, and cuisine at 50 West Vineyards. Check out the link for details and the schedule. Tickets are on sale - get them NOW! There’s also an option to participate virtually. Keep up the great work, Kaeley! LAFF details here: https://www.loudounartsfilmfestival.com/
What a college graduation season this has been for so many of our alumni - from virtual ceremonies to delayed in-person events! Big congratulations to these recent college grads: Paul Ciavarro (STCS '12) graduated with a degree in communications from Radford University and is now working for a technical recruiter in NoVA; Mary McKeon (STCS '12) earned her bachelor's from Hollins University; Mike Hochstein (STCS '11) graduated from Mount Saint Mary's University Honors Program and is now a research assistant at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; and Maggie McKeon (STCS '09) earned her master's in special education from Purdue University. Congratulations to all!
We love to hear from our alumni! Send updates to [email protected].
St. Theresa School in Ashburn, Virginia
Great to hear from more STCS '16 alumni families! Congratulations to 2020 high school graduates Anna LeMaster and Marlena Kozlowski! Anna is heading to the University of Dayton to continue her academic -- and basketball - career. Marlena will be studying Psychology at James Madison University this fall. Keep up the fantastic work!
We love to hear from our alumni & alumni families! Email [email protected]
Shout-out to the STCS Class of 2008! Remember the 8th grade portrait ceiling tiles? Look what Mrs. Lanier found! Rusty Boyle
We love to hear from our alumni families! Congratulations to the Conways, Michael (STCS '12) graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Hospitality Management and Business, and Jacob (STCS '16) graduated from Rock Ridge HS and is heading to Providence College to study Biology/Pre-Med -- and swim for the Friars. The Byrnes celebrated Dylan's (STCS '16) graduation from Stone Bridge HS -- he's heading to Virginia Tech to study Architecture, joining brother Shane (STCS '13), a senior at VT with a triple (!) major in Criminology, Sociology, and Psychology! Congratulations to all, and keep up the fantastic work!
Alumni families, share your updates with [email protected].
Online and social-distance graduations can’t put a damper on the STCS Class of 2016, graduating from high school and heading...everywhere! Marianna G. is heading to Bristol, UK to study finance and accounting; Sarah V. will study nursing at James Madison University; Megan McG. will attend Columbia University in NYC to study creative writing; and Neil O. will be in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. Congratulations to all, we are so proud of you!
We love to hear from our alumni! Email your updates to [email protected]
Congratulations to STCS alumni family the Surs! They celebrated 3 graduations this spring: Matias (STCS '08) from the University of Notre Dame with a M.A. in Italian Studies; Jeremias (STCS '12) from George Mason University with a B.A. in Government & International Politics; and Mateo from STCS, headed to St. Paul VI High School. Congratulations, and keep up the great work!
We love to hear from our alumni! Email your updates to [email protected].
Congratulations to Sean Bergmann (STCS Class of 2012)! Sean graduated this spring from the University of Virginia with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He has accepted a job with Northrop Grumman and will start his career in July 2020. Great job, Sean!
We love to hear from our alumni! Send your news/updates to [email protected].
Happy to share this news with our alumni! How many of you were in Mrs. Bateman's class for Kindergarten?
Welcome, Fr. Hudgins!!
Welcome to St. Theresa Church, Fr. Hudgins!
May God bless all priests who are transitioning today in their ministry throughout our diocese.
Father Guest, thank you for your devoted service to our school and parish -- we will miss you!!
CONGRATULATIONS to the STCS Class of 2020, the newest members of our Alumni family!
It was a blessing that they were able to have a Graduation Mass at St. Theresa Catholic Church -- with all safety precautions, including face masks and social distancing. Graduates will attend St. Paul VI, Georgetown Visitation, and several Loudoun county high schools. Great job, grads!
Wonderful to learn that STCS '13 alumna Kathryn K. is spending ten weeks in Estes Park, CO with Fellowship Of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) Summer Projects. While working at the YMCA of the Rockies as a Special Events Intern she will also be diving into a wonderful Catholic formation and community. Keep up the great work, Kathryn!
We love to hear from our alumni! Share your news by emailing [email protected]
Wonderful news: STCS alumnus Fr. Joe Moschetto was ordained a priest for the Arlington Diocese last weekend! Congratulations, Fr. Joe, and may God bless you always!
catholicherald.com Bishop Michael F. Burbidge ordained five men to the priesthood at the Cathedral of St. Thomas More in Arlington June 6: Fathers Guillermo J. González, Peter M. McShurley, Joseph F. Moschetto, Charles C. Pavlick and James F. Waalkes.
CONGRATULATIONS to STCS '16 alumna Meghan F. -- she is graduating from Stone Bridge High School this month and will be studying Physics and Astronomy at Virginia Tech! Keep up the great work, Meghan...and Go Hokies!
We love to hear from our alumni! Send your updates to [email protected]
Congratulations to STCS '12 alumna Maggie G., who graduated from Virginia Tech last week and will serve two years as a Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) missionary at the University of Maryland! Great job, Maggie!
We love to hear from our alumni! Send your updates to [email protected].
Today's Senior Spotlight is Maggie Good! After graduation, Maggie will spend two years working as a missionary with FOCUS (the fellowship of Catholic university students). She will be placed on a college campus to serve its campus ministry and students through intentional friendships and a pursuit of a deeper divine intimacy with Jesus. Way to go, Maggie!
Congratulations and Thank You, Fr. Guest!
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