Recent Alumni News and Events

Can You Help?

We recently received an email from Kathie Grant, Class of 1982:

I am reaching out to you to for assistance with posting the attached letter from The Little Sisters of the Poor - St. Joseph's Home in Totowa. They are in dire need of food donations, or gift cards from Shop Rite to feed their residents. I would like to find out how I can share this letter on the DePaul Catholic HS Alumni website to assist with driving donations.

Kathie, we're happy to post this letter:

Letter From Little Sisters


Spartans Doing Whatever They Can

The Nickel sisters, Jess, Megan, and Brittney, all graduates of DePaul Catholic, model the masks they have been sewing for health care workers. Jess and both her parents work in the healthcare field. They are wonderful examples of our Spartan Spirit and all former members of the Interact Club.

Alumni Association Homecoming Football Kick-Off Event

October 4, 2019

More than 100 Alums and family members came together to celebrate the first official Alumni Association-sponsored event for the 2019-20 school year. Alums from each of the six decades that DePaul Catholic has been in existence gathered for a cocktail party and buffet held in the former Assembly Room, now known as the Information Commons.

Feedback from those that attended said they had a great time and look forward to future Association-sponsored social events. Special thanks go to the event committee that did the planning and execution for this successful Association event: Debbie Lozito '78, Bernadette Wiltshire '73, Judy Gorski '75, Coleen Brophy '79, Vice Principal, Sr. Jeanne Agans, Darlene Saporito, Development Office, and Donna DiPiano, parent of Alums.

The 50th Reunion of the DePaul Class of 1969

Sept. 28, 2019

More than 90 classmates traveling from 24 different states attended their 50th Reunion event. It was truly an entire weekend celebration starting with a Friday night cocktail reception at the high school, a Saturday morning Celebratory and Remembrance Mass with Msgr. O’Rorke for 70 classmates, a tour of the high school conducted by DPC Honor Society students and a breakfast reception. The main event was held at Cucina Calandra on Saturday evening where 130 classmates and spouses celebrated 50 years of memories and friendships.