Frassati Swim had an awesome performance at the HYCA Winter Invitational! Kathryn Vieceli '24 set a new school record for the 500 free, taking first place overall, along with a second place finish in the 50 free. Virginia Davis '24 took second in the 100 free, and third in the 100 breaststroke. The girls relay with Jimena de la Maza '25, Virginia Davis '24, Kathryn Vieceli '24, and Alison Voisin '25, placed first in the 200 free relay, and second in the 200 medley relay. Jude Davis '26, from the boys team, placed third in the 100 breaststroke. And to cap off the meet, the girls relay with Izzy Brumfield '26, Isabella Garza '26, Diana Pye '26, and Clare Tavares '26 took second in the 400 free relay in an amazing come-from-behind finish. Way to go Falcons!!! 🏊♀️🏊♂️
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Frassati Catholic High School is a coeducational Catholic college preparatory school serving grades
Through a robust college-preparatory curriculum rooted in the Catholic faith, Frassati Catholic High School prepares students to walk on the path of true happiness. Inspired by our patron Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, Man of the Beatitudes, graduates of Frassati Catholic will be true moral, intellectual, and civic leaders who lead others on the path to beatitude. Frassati Catholic graduates will
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Giving Tuesday is tomorrow and we’re thrilled to announce that a generous donor has come forward with a $10K matching fund!!! That means every dollar you give between now and the end of Giving Tuesday will be doubled up to $10K!
And that’s double the money for the Frassati Fund, our annual appeal that helps bridge the gap between what families pay for tuition and the true cost of a Frassati Catholic education - a difference of roughly $3,500 per student. That type of generosity can make a huge difference in the lives of our students, so please give now to help us make this the best Giving Tuesday yet! https://frassaticatholic.org/givingtuesday
With Giving Tuesday just days away we are working hard to hit our fall semester giving goal! All donations from Giving Tuesday will go directly toward the Frassati Fund, our annual appeal that helps bridge the gap between what families pay for tuition and the true cost of a Frassati Catholic education - a difference of roughly $3,500 per student. Please give now to help us make this the best Giving Tuesday yet! frassaticatholic.org/givingtuesday
Boys Varsity Basketball continues their hot start to the season - they just won the Scarborough Tournament, going 3-0 against some tough UIL competition. Go Falcons!!! 🏀🏀🏀
In recent years, the Frassati Catholic community has lost many loved ones. To honor their memory, and create a space for quiet reflection and contemplation for our students we are excited to initiate a fundraising project for the Memorare Garden. This garden will be a place on campus for us to remember those we’ve lost, giving us a serene space for remembrance and prayer.
Frassati Catholic parent, Mrs. Catalina Boada, P ‘18, ‘21, ‘24, speaks about the inspiration for the Memorare Garden, Juana Boada ‘21, who passed just one week after her graduation in 2021. Her love of nature, beauty, and the environment is the catalyst for the creation of the Memorare Garden, which will serve as a memorial for all those we’ve lost from the Frassati Catholic community. Our goal is $12,000, and you can use the giving form to donate, get involved as a volunteer, or share in-kind donations of flowers, trees, or other elements needed to complete the Memorare Garden. Make your gift at frassaticatholic.org/garden.
So proud of all our students, faculty, staff, and volunteers who made Little Women such a huge success! We are so blessed to have such talented young artists at Frassati Catholic, and thank you to our community for packing the theater for all three shows!!! 🎵🎭🎶
Varsity Boys Basketball won the silver bracket after going 4-1 at the Rosehill Christian Tournament!!!
Did you know that the Frassati Fund raises money for tuition assistance? And every dollar raised for tuition assistance goes directly toward the education of a student with financial need. Christian Del Valle ‘22 shared his tuition assistance story from Texas A&M where he’s a freshman engineering major. His powerful testimony is just one example of how tuition assistance can help change lives. Visit frassaticatholic.org/givingtuesday to make your gift today!
OPENING NIGHT!!! Can't wait for the first performance of Little Women, tonight in the Assembly Hall at 7pm. Performances tonight, tomorrow at 7pm and Saturday, November 19 at 2pm - only a few tickets left!
📸: Michelle Eisterhold P’22
Thanks so much to everyone who came together to support the Gala on Saturday! Whether you were there with us in person, or bidding online, your generosity helped make the night a big success. We're so thankful to celebrate the last 10 years of Frassati Catholic, and thanks to the support of our community can't wait to continue on this amazing path of growth and expansion. Verso l'alto!
Special thanks to all our sponsors, committee members, volunteers, and faculty and staff for making it a night to remember!
Circling back to celebrate the Frassati Government and Debate club, who participated in the Youth and Government Regional Conference weekend before last. The Frassati Catholic club put forth a number of top-10 proposals for the general assembly, including contributions from Paulina Lenz '23, Bernardo Roblesgil '23, Collin Dufrene '23, Elizabeth Lecompte '25, Thomas Laher '25, and Michael Sibille '23.
Jonathan Davis '23 and Rebeca Amparan '23 served as chairs in the general assembly while Cristina Martinez '23, Catherine Laher '23, Elizabeth Lecompte, Thomas Laher, and Colin Dufrene all served as committee chairs. Congratulations!
The Gala is Saturday and it’s all set to be our biggest ever!!! And whether you’ll be there in person or not, this year all bidding is available online. That means anyone can bid on the amazing items up for auction in the gala. Including Felix the Corgi, incredible vacations and getaways, Frassati Catholic experiences, silent auction items and more. No matter what you choose it’ll all help support the work we do here at Frassati Catholic High School. Visit https://events.readysetauction.com/frassaticatholichighschool/blueandgraygala to register and start bidding today! All auctions close by 9pm on Saturday, November 12.
Yesterday the junior class was at Lone Star Pines camp for their annual class retreat. Thanks so much to all our ambassadors, staff, and guests who helped make it such an awesome experience. Big shout out to our two incredible guests, Matt Regitz P'24/President of the Board of Trustees, and Josh Blakesley P'23, 25!
Don't forget - today is Frassati Catholic Spirit Day at Chick-fil-A Springwoods (Stuebner and Holzwarth)! Go out to dinner, and tell them you're there to support Frassati Catholic High School! A portion of the proceeds will come back to Frassati Catholic, so this is a great way to have a night out, and support our school.
Falcons Volleyball finished their season this afternoon in a 3-1 loss to Fort Bend Christian in the Regional Championship. Such an amazing season for this team - including finishing third in district, amassing 29 wins, and over 1500 career kills for Alexis Bodunrin '23. We're so proud of you all, and special recognition for our senior leaders, Alexis Bodunrin, Natalia Kacprzak, and Marianna Munguia, whose hard work and dedication has resulted in us being consistently a top-10 TAPPS 5A program in the state during their tenure. Congratulations on another incredible season, Falcons!
Tomorrow, November 5, our volleyball team heads down the road for the Regional Championships! The game starts at 1pm, and the game is just a few miles from home at Concordia Lutheran. Let's turn the stands blue and fill the place with Falcons. Don't miss this opportunity to cheer on Falcons Volleyball as they try to take down Fort Bend Christian Academy and get to the State Semi-Finals.
Falcons Cross Country competed in their final meet of the season at the TAPPS 5A State Championships in Waco on Monday morning. The girls were led by Breelyn Miller '25 who came in 29th, followed by Annie Perry '24 in 34th. Rebecca Liepman '25, finished in 70th place, and Paulina Lenz '23 finished in 117th place. For the boys, Andrew Langley '24 led the Falcons finishing in24th place. Anthony Williams '26 came in 61st, Max Munoz '24 in 77th, Collin Dufrene '23 in 87th, and Michael Sibille '23 finished 110th, for a collective team placement of 13th. Congratulations to all our runners on such a great season!
Falcons Volleyball takes the Area Championship with a 3-0 win over St. Augustine!!! Next up is the Regional - date and opponent TBD. So proud of this team!! 🏐🏐🏐
Congratulations to all our vocalists who qualified for TPSMEA All-Region Chorus! There were 10 students in all, and we're so proud of them and this amazing accomplishment. Representing Frassati Catholic in the All-Region Women's Chorus will be Bailey Carney '25, Teresa Coleman '23, Annie Farfan '23, Lorelei Hoff '25, Adelaide Miggins '25, Lauren Sharpless '23, Sophia St. John '24, and Abby Womack '25. Ian Morrison '23, and Ren MagDaleno '23 were selected for the All-Region Mixed Choir, and will be under consideration for the TPSMEA All-State Chorus. Congratulations everyone!
Varsity Football is in Austin for their final game of the season against St. Andrew’s tonight. Congratulations to the team on a great season, they already matched our highest single-season win total, and they made history, kicking off on campus for the first time at Homecoming. Special shout out to from the class of 2020, who cut and produced this hype video. Check out more of his awesome work on his account. Go Falcons!!!
Meet Felix - the Corgi puppy who could be yours at the upcoming Blue & Gray Gala on November 12! This year we're doing something new - to give us time to celebrate the 10 years of Frassati Catholic we're introducing BigBoard+, a platform for all those amazing trips and experiences usually auctioned in the Live Auction. Felix the Corgi will be a part of BigBoard+ along with some amazing Big Game Hunting Excursions, Getaways in Breckenridge, Galveston and more, and some other surprises! Tickets are going fast, so make sure to get your seats for the Blue & Gray Gala!!! (And who knows, maybe Felix will make a guest appearance). Visit frassatiblueandgraygala.com today to get your tickets, sponsor the event, and get ready to bid on some amazing items - all while supporting Frassati Catholic!
🎥 Fall Sports Pep Rally
Congratulations to our volleyball teams who wrapped up the regular season with all three teams beating Emery Weiner. It was Senior Night, and we celebrated our senior leaders, Alexis Bodunrin, Natalia Kacprzak, and Marianna Munguia. Varsity finished third in district, making the playoffs for the fourth straight year! They'll enjoy a bye in round one, and will play in the Area Championship next Tuesday. Go Falcons!
Amazing performances at last night's Fine Arts Performance!! We heard from our instrumental ensemble and chorus, saw intro to dance and social dance classes perform, and works from our visual artists were on display near the Visual Arts Room. Congratulations to all our artists, dancers and musicians!! 🎶🎵🕺🎨🖼
We brought the Falcons Home for Homecoming 2022 - our first-ever in the new home stadium! With over 1200 guests in attendance, the Falcons took on St. Dominic Savio of Austin, and we enjoyed a day full of festivities and football. Thank you to all our benefactors who helped make this game possible.
It’s hard to believe that it was less than a year ago we committed to hosting our first home game on campus. And there’s still more work to be done! Visit https://frassaticatholic.org/hfa to learn more and make your gift or pledge toward the Home Field Advantage Capital Campaign.
Pictures from the HOCO dance. More on our Flickr page: https://flickr.com/photos/frassaticatholic/albums.
Kicking off HOCO festivities with the Mums and Garters competition. Looking forward to hosting everyone at the game tomorrow - gates open at 12pm, activities from 12-2pm, field blessing at 2pm, kickoff at 3pm. Tickets are $8 for adults - students and kids get in free!
Girls Cross Country tied for second place with The Woodlands Christian Academy at the TAPPS 5A District 5 championship meet yesterday! Annie Perry ‘24 and Breelyn Miller ‘25 led the way for the Falcons with 6th and 9th place finishes, and earned All District honors. Grace Hardham ‘26 (13th), Rebecca Liepman ‘25 (14th) and Paulina Lenz ‘23 (34th) helped round out scoring for the Falcons.
In the boys race Andrew Langley ‘24 was named to the All District team with a 5th place finish and a personal best time. Max Munoz ‘24 placed 11th just ahead of Anthony Williams ‘26, who came in 15th. Collin Dufrene ‘23 (31st), Micah Nolan ‘26 (33rd), and Michael Sibille ‘23 (42nd) contributed to the Falcons scoring. The boys team finished 4th overall.
9 runners on the team set personal best marks as they prepare to head to Waco for their final meet of the season at the TAPPS State Championships on Monday, October 31st. Go Falcons!!!
Big time win last night to help Falcons volleyball in the division standings with an eye toward playoffs. They secured a 3-1 win over Woodlands Christian Academy, breaking a four-way tie. It was middle school night and the crowd came in their wildest hats and coolest shades.
Monday evening we held our honor society induction ceremonies - National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, and National Spanish Honor Society. Congratulations!
Monday evening we held our honor society induction ceremonies - National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, and National Spanish Honor Society. Congratulations!
Our favorite pups were back on campus today...
Next Wednesday, October 19, is Spirit Day at Island Fin Poke!!! Go to their location on Gosling, let them know you’re there to support Frassati Catholic, and put your receipt in the designated box - we’ll get a portion of the proceeds! And you can earn points for your City by writing your name and your City’s name on the receipt. The winning city gets a mini Dole Soft Serve Party!!! See you there!
Awesome performance by our Cross Country this past weekend at the Katy Express Meet! The Falcons girls team took 1st place overall in the women's 5000 meter open race. The trio of Annie Perry '24, Breelyn Miller '25, and Grace Hardham '26 captured 8th, 9th, and 10th places, respectively. Strong performances by Rebecca Liepman '25 in 12th place, and Paulina Lenz '23 in 18th place, helped secure the team title for the Falcons. Since it was an open meet there was a special appearance by Ashlyn Miller '22, who finished 6th in the girls race. The boys team took 7th place, led by Andrew Langley '24, who finished 15th overall. Anthony Williams '26, in 20th place, and Max Munoz '24 in 22nd place helped the team finish strong.
The Cross Country team will compete again next Saturday morning at Faith Academy in Bellville.
The Blue & Gray Gala is coming up on Nov. 12, and we’ll be celebrating our 10th anniversary! This is one of the best ways to support Frassati Catholic. Visit frassatiblueandgraygala.com to see ticket and sponsorship options.
Living rosary at Activity Period in anticipation of tomorrow’s Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary.
Frassati Chess had a great showing at the city-wide tournament last Saturday at St. Edwards! The team were led by individual trophy winners Sutton Blakesley '25, Anthony Ha '23, Michael Sibille '23, and Kade Smith '25. The team took fourth place overall. Don't mess with Falcons Chess! 🏆♟🏆
Spirit Week isn't just fun and games - our community comes together to make an impact. This year our Cities competed to gather the most diapers for the Loving Choice Pregnancy Help Center, and Pinto beans for Casa Juan Diego. They blew away our old donation records (and Loving Choice's) by collecting over 14,000 diapers, and 1,584 lbs. of Pinto beans. Thanks so much for your generosity, Falcons! ⚪️🟡🔴🟢
Spirit Week wrapped up on Saturday with the Spirit Dance. Heading into the evening the Cities were in a dead heat with just 14 points between first and fourth place. At the end of the night Florence came out with the Spirit Week 2022 Championship! Congratulations to all our Cities on an awesome Spirit Week! 🔴⚪️🟡🟢
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