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(CNS photo/Joann S. Keane, Charlotte Catholic High School)
(CNS photo/Joann S. Keane, Charlotte Catholic High School)

This year 3,208 students are graduating from the Catholic high schools listed below, a small increase over last year’s total.

The largest graduating class this year is St. Xavier High School (389 grads) and the smallest is Royalmont Academy (six grads).

The total amount of scholarship money offered to the Class of 2016 students is $418,289,317. For perspective, that would be enough money to buy the Oakland Athletics baseball team twice, according to Forbes.com

Graduation Listing 2016

Archbishop Alter High School, Kettering 155 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 99%
Total Scholarship amount offered*: $14,100,000

Stephen T. Badin High School, Hamilton

140 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 95%
Total Scholarship amount offered*: $25,000,000

Carroll High School, Dayton
170 Graduates Continuing education after graduation: 98%

Total Scholarship amount offered*: $10,500,000

Catholic Central High School, Springfield
43 graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 97%

Total Scholarship amount offered*: $4,061,910

Chaminade-Julienne High School, Dayton 150 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 96.6%

Total Scholarship amount offered*: $12,678,922

DePaul Cristo Rey High School, Cincinnati 39 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100% Total Scholarship amount offered*: $3,400,000

Elder High School, Cincinnati

223 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 95% Total Scholarship amount offered*: $14,200,000

Bishop Fenwick High School, Fairfield
145 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 98%

Total Scholarship amount offered*: $11,900,000

La Salle High School, Cincinnati,

158 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 98%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $17,700,000

Lehman Catholic High School, Sidney

40 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $2,000,000

McAuley High School, Cincinnati

129 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $7,500,000

McNicholas High School, Cincinnati

158Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 99%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $11,500,000

Mother of Mercy High School, Cincinnati 125 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $19,000,000

Archbishop Moeller High School, Cincinnati 218 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100% Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $20,100,000

Mount Notre Dame High School, Cincinnati 190 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 99%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $26,000,000

Purcell Marian High School, Cincinnati

83 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $3,200,000

Roger Bacon High School, Cincinnati

95 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 98%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $5,200,000

Royalmont Academy, Mason

6 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*: $692,000

Seton High School, Cincinnati

129 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 99%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $10,000,000

Summit Co Day School, Cincinnati

92 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $17,200,000

St Ursula Academy, Cincinnati

168 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $20,000,000

Ursuline Academy, Cincinnati

163 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $26,500,000

St. Xavier High School,Cincinnati

389 Graduates

Continuing education after graduation: 100%

Total Scholarship amount offered*:  $54,000,000

These listings first appeared in the June 2016 print edition of The Catholic Telegraph.

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