Rising eighth graders from all over Western New York completed our Higher Achievement Program Friday as the four-week multifaceted experience concluded with our awards ceremony.
Friday’s awards ceremony was highlighted with the naming of Mr. HAP 2022: Ka’Ron Gentry of Buffalo and Nativity Miguel School’s St. Augustine Campus.
We mourn the loss of Chip, a successful businessman with a long history of service to Canisius High School and several other Western New York community groups.
A former chair of the CHS Board of Trustees and an inductee into the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor, he embraced he Jesuit motto of being a "Man for Others" by serving on the boards of many charities and organizations.
The second annual Legends Classic bowling event to benefit the Patrick G. Kwiatkowski ’72 Memorial Scholarship Fund will be held Aug. 21.
Nathaniel Sass '19 and USRowing teammate Collin Hay won gold Friday morning in the lightweight men's pair at the 2022 World Rowing Under 23 Championships on Lake Varese in Varese, Italy.
The pair is coached by R.J. Rubino '09, the head rowing coach at CHS.
Tom Coppola began his tenure as principal and executive vice president for academics at Canisius High School on Friday.
In her final "From The Principal's Office" message written for CHS Today magazine, Andrea Tyrpak-Endres writes about how Coppola "will make a tremendous principal."
Fr. Paul S. Naumann, S.J., passed away on June 17, 2022, following a brief illness. From 1965 to 1994, he taught English and served as the moderator and director of student theatrical productions at Canisius High School from 1965 to 1994.
Fr. Naumann wrote a reflection about his days at Canisius in the Summer 2019 edition of CHS Today.
Fr. Naumann, a longtime English teacher and drama club moderator at Canisius High School who was beloved by generations of CHS alumni, died peacefully Friday night at the age of 92.
The following Canisius students achieved excellence by earning placement on the Honor Roll for the fourth quarter of the 2021-22 school year.