The following Canisius students achieved excellence by earning placement on the Honor Roll for the second quarter of the 2022-23 school year.
Brady Karas ’23 has designed several lighting projection displays that decorate his family’s home in Lancaster. On Tuesday, he knew he wanted to do one in support of Damar Hamlin.
The image of his "Pray for Hamlin" design on his house has been shared tens of thousands of times.
Canisius High School is pleased to announce Dale Podlas '87 as our new Development Gifts Officer.
“Through his distinguished career in business development and his experience here as a student, parent and coach, Dale Podlas brings an excellent combination of skills and perspective to Canisius,” said Vice President of Institutional Advancement Andy Deyell ’91.
The following Canisius students achieved excellence by earning placement on the Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2022-23 school year.
Canisius High School will again look to make a heavy impact for Buffalonians in need as the school collects food by the tons – literally – during its annual food drive.
The food drive runs from Wednesday, Nov. 2 to Thursday, Nov. 10. Drop off non-perishable items during school hours.
Nicholas Sawicki '12 was received in audience by Pope Francis last week. The meeting was a result of Sawicki being invited to be a delegate to the annual international conference of the Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice Fondazione in Rome.
Here is the story behind the photo, in Sawicki's words.
Principal Tom Coppola ‘01 announced that William Oh ’23 has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.
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.