Catholic Memorial Class of 2011 Graduates 205 Students
More than 95 percent of seniors at Waukesha private high school will attend college this fall.
The Catholic Memorial High School Class of 2011 graduated Sunday morning at the private school following Mass. More than 95 percent of the 205 students who received diplomas will be attending colleges and universities, according to a news release from the high school.
The students combined to receive about $13.6 million in academic scholarships as they continue their education, according to the news release. Other students are pursuing the military, professional sports or entering the workforce, according to the release.
The majority of the graduates – 54 percent – are attending Wisconsin colleges and universities, including:
- 18 enrolled at UW-Madison.
- 18 to Marquette University.
- 55 to UWM and other UW System schools.
- 10 Waukesha County institutions.
The valedictorian, Sae-Ryoung (Nancy) Lee, of St. John Vianney, will attend Cornell University in New York. The salutatorian, Jae-Ryong (Julie) Lee, of St. John Vianney, will attend the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, according to the news release.
First honors student Michael Oyervides, of St. Mary’s-Waukesha, will attend Michigan Technological University, and second honors student Paige Siehr, of St. Dominic’s in Brookfield, will attend UW-Madison, the release states.