Frassati Catholic High School is a coeducational Catholic college preparatory school serving grades 9-12 located in Spring, Texas. 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 be agents of change in all sectors of society, building a culture that embodies the truth about the human person who is destined to share in God’s own divine life.
Operating as usual
Falcons win 2-1 to become Regional Champions!!! They’re headed to the State Semifinals on Saturday v. St. Michael’s location and time TBD. Way to go Falcons Soccer!!!! ⚽️⚽️⚽️
Live stream the Regional Championship! It’s on right now - https://youtu.be/EI93bVLlcpg
“Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.”
Big things are happening at Frassati Catholic! Today we broke ground on our new six classroom academic space including laboratory and college counseling center. This facility will be much needed for our rapid growth and expansion, and will help us kick off our multi-year Strategic Plan, a roadmap for the future of Frassati Catholic. Next Monday, March 7 at 6:30pm in the Assembly Hall Board of Trustees President, Matt Regitz P'24, and member/former President, Paul Primavera, will present the strategic plan to our community. We'd like to invite all members of the Frassati Catholic community interested in joining us, including future and prospective Falcon families. Verso l'Alto!
Great work by our golf team at the IWA tournament yesterday. Ellie Fincher ‘22 took second individually and the boys team finished in third place with Brendan Bell ‘22 landing in the top 10 individually. ⛳️
LET’S GOOO boys soccer - they take on St. Joseph for the Regional Championships!!! DATE CHANGE: the game will be on Wednesday at 3:30pm, still at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Beeville, TX. ⚽️⚽️⚽️
A big congrats to Tristan Shorey ‘23 who competed in Arizona this weekend at the Sun Devil Classic at ASU! He competed against high school and collegiate athletes and medaled in the pommel horse. Way to go, Tristan!!!
Area Champions!!! Boys soccer took down Cristo Rey 4-2 this morning to move on to the Regional Championships. Goals by Pablo Guzman ‘24, Miguel Moschella ‘24 (2), and Antonio Moschella ‘22. Their next game is Tuesday, March 1, against St. Joseph Brownsville at a neutral site. Way to go Falcons!!!
An unbelievable day for our musicians participating in the TPSMEA Regional Solo and Ensemble Competition. We had 11 participating overall and they received 10 Superiors (the highest possible rating) and one Excellent. Nine musicians will be moving on to the State-level Solo and Ensemble Competition: Elizabeth Abib '23, Ashling DeGraaf '22, Annie Farfan '23, Lorelei Hoff '25, Ren Magdaleno '23, Emi Marchisio '24, Bianca Marsan '23, Mason Sexton '23, and Tiffany Twellman '23. Congratulations!!! 🎼🎵🎶
Boys varsity will be taking on Cristo Rey for the Area Championship at home this Saturday at 11am! Let's make the stands blue and cheer our boys on as they continue their historic season! ⚽️⚽️⚽️
Another awesome Pier Giorgio Day!
Last Thursday we celebrated our boys and girls soccer teams at senior night. It was a great pair of games, and we got to acknowledge the contributions of all the senior leaders in both programs. The boys were also honored for finishing the season No. 1 in district - such a tremendous accomplishment! We'll be cheering the boys on as they gear up for the playoffs.
Kathryn Vieceli '24 is up for @vypehouston Swimmer of the year! You can vote for her here - https://www.vype.com/Texas/Tx-Private-Schools/vype-hou-private-school-girls-swimmer-of-the-year-fan-poll-presented-by-sun-ski-sports. Way to go Kathryn!!!🏊♀️
This week Frassati Catholic alum Collin Moran '21 made history by becoming the first Frassati Falcon to join a D1 football roster. Collin walked on to the Sam Houston State University football team and will be on the roster for the 2022 season. Congratulations Collin - can't wait to add you to our next level athlete board!
Frassati Catholic Seniors, Anna Lackner and Ashlyn Miller were just announced as Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. To become Finalists, both Anna and Ashlyn tested in the top 1% of the estimated 1.5M students who took the 2020 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®). They become the second and third Frassati Catholic students all-time to be recognized for this prestigious selection.
Overall, we had six seniors recognized as National Merit Scholars, Anna and Ashlyn as Finalists, and Avery Kemp, Katharine Liepman, Paul Eisterhold, and Kevin Spartz, who were recognized as Commended Scholars. Way to go Class of 2022!
Thank you to everyone who came to the Father Daughter Mother Son Dance
Last Friday our sophomores spent the day at Prince of Peace for their annual class retreat. Special thanks to Josh Blakesley P'23, '25 for being our special guest.
Awesome performances from our swim team at the State Championships today! The girls team took 4th overall, and their 200m free relay won gold with Anna Lackner ‘22, Kathryn Vieceli ’24, Alison Voisin ‘25, and Jimena de la Maza ‘25. Kathryn Vieceli took silver in the 100m free and bronze in the 50m free. For the boys, Ben Fedoruk ‘24 took bronze in the 500m free. Way to go Falcons Swimming! 🏆 🏊♀️ 🏊♂️
Today we celebrated the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes during our weekly all-school Mass. Students from our French classes sang the recessional hymn and served special treats during lunch.
Last night was senior night for boys varsity basketball. They’re just one more win away from the playoffs - go Falcons! 🏀🏀🏀
Last week we celebrated our amazing cheer team and the class of 2022 for their senior night. Congratulations to all our senior cheerleaders and the impact they've had on this incredible program! 📣 📣
🎥: Winter Pep Rally 2022
📸: Winter Pep Rally 2022
We had a Saint costume contest today to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!
We just earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles! This is a national level award given to schools (both public and private) that have beyond 50% female enrollment in AP computer science courses. That places us in the top 3% in the country!
It's not too late to register for the Human Person Class for Adults, taught by Sister Elizabeth Marie, our Ethics & Culture Department Chair. From February 2 - March 3, get a firsthand experience with our ethics and culture curriculum. Register here - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdsQNoPXhJmN5dy-dOhH7o_zceaP6DiqYgTzpuYozEVeyKtrw/viewform
Thanks so much to all our benefactors who came out to our annual Breakfast with the Seniors event this morning! It was an awesome celebration of Frassati Catholic, and a great opportunity to thank some of our many supporters who help make this community so special.
Congratulations to our TPSMEA All-State vocalists, Ashling DeGraaf ‘22, Ian Morrison ‘23, and Sarah Page ‘22! Ashling and Sarah spent the weekend at the All-State clinic and concert accompanied by our Fine Arts department chair and choral Director, Dr. Lindsay Medina. Thanks for representing Frassati Catholic at the highest level to kick off Catholic Schools Week 2022! 🎼 🎵 🎶
We're very proud to share that our Class of 2025 just ranked No. 12 in the nation by the Classic Learning Test (CLT)! Back in May 2021, the freshmen class took the CLT8, a nation-wide assessment alternative to the SAT and ACT. Based on their outstanding performance, they were ranked No. 12, and became one of only three schools in Texas to reach the top-25. Congratulations to the Class of 2025! We can't wait to see the new heights they reach here at Frassati Catholic!
🎥 House System Capture the Flag
House capture the flag today
Last Saturday 50 of our students went to Austin for the Texas Rally for Life accompanied by faculty, parents, and Frassati Catholic Board of Trustees president, Matt Regitz
More on the Regional swim meet from last weekend - so proud of the girls team who brought home a 2nd place finish! The girls 200 medley relay featuring Anna Lackner '22, Sophie Blakesley '23, Jimena de la Maza '25 and Kathryn Vieceli '24 placed 2nd overall. The boys medley and free relays featuring Luca Fournier '25, Chris Lenz '25, Ben Fedoruk '24 and Kevin Spartz '22 both placed 3rd. Ben Fedoruk placed 3rd in the 500 free with a new school record. Kathryn Vieceli placed 1st in the 50 free with a new school record and 1st in the 100 free. Kevin Spartz placed 1st in the 50 free, and Anna Lackner took 2nd 50 free. The girls 200 relay featuring Anna Lackner, Jimena de la Maza, Ali Voisin, Kathryn Vieceli placed 1st overall. Way to go Falcons!
A much belated but huge thank you to Mr. John Castle who generously donated three amazing guitars and amps to our school! Mr. Castle gave us these fine instruments in the fall, and they’ve been well loved since. Thank you!!!
Amazing performances from our swimmers today with many Falcons headed to the State Championships! The girls took second place overall at Regionals 🏆. The girls relay, Jimena de la Maza ‘25, Anna Lackner ‘22, Kathryn Vieceli ‘24 , and Alison Voisin ‘25 won first. Kathryn Vieceli won both her 50m and 100m events. The boys were led by Kevin Spartz ‘22 who took first in the 50m free. Way to go Falcons swimming!!! 🏊♀️ 🏊♂️
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