Do you have extra furniture or decorative items you have collected over the years but no longer use or need?
We are partnering with our friends at Everything But The House to put a new spin on fundraising by auctioning items donated by you.
We are looking for donations of the following items: rare collectibles, furniture, designer handbags, rugs, jewelry, coins, tools, antiques, cars, and more (valued over $100).
March 27 - March 31: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
April 1: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Development Office at St. Xavier High School (entrance on right side of building)
Proceeds from the EBTH online auction will benefit the 40% of St. Xavier High School students receiving tuition assistance, totaling more than $3.9 million for the 2016-2017 school year.
Questions? Contact Missy Tranter at 513-618-3241 or email@example.com.
Welcome to St. X
The Graduate of St. Xavier High School is open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice.
Open to Growth: The St. X graduate has matured emotionally, intellectually, physically, socially, and religiously to a level that reflects intentional responsibility for his own growth and actions. The graduate is beginning to reach out in his development, seeking opportunities to broaden his mind, academic skills, imagination, feelings, religious awareness, and social consciousness.
Intellectually Competent: The St. X graduate exhibits a mastery of those academic requirements for advanced forms of education. While these requirements are broken down into departmental subject-matter areas, the graduate will have developed many intellectual skills and understandings which cut across and go beyond the academic requirements for college entrance.
Religious: The St. X graduate has a basic knowledge of the major doctrines and practices of the Catholic Church. The graduate has also examined his own religious feelings and beliefs with a view to choosing a fundamental orientation toward God and establishing a relationship with a religious tradition and/or community.
Loving: The St. X graduate is well on the way to establishing his own identity. The graduate is also on the threshold of being able to move beyond self-interest or self-centeredness in significant relationships with others. In other words, he is beginning to be able to risk some deeper levels of relationship in which one can disclose self and accept the mystery of another person and cherish the person.
Committed to Doing Justice: The St. X graduate has achieved considerable knowledge of the many needs of local and wider communities and is preparing for the day when he will take a place in these communities as a competent, concerned and responsible member. The graduate has begun to acquire the skills and motivation necessary to live as a man for others.