• iPads are coming!

    Save the Date

    All parents/guardians of 2014-15 freshmen, sophomore, and junior students are asked to attend on of our iPad Rollout Parent Meetings.
    Meetings will be held:
    Wed., April 23 at 7 p.m. for 2014-15 juniors
    Mon., April 28 at 7 p.m. for 2014-15 sophomores
    Wed., April 30 at 7 p.m. for 2014-15 freshmen
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  • Upcoming Activities & Events

    2014 Summer Camps

    Registration for summer camps has started. Visit our camp page and select the camp you wish to sign up for. If your camp is not available please check back again. New camps are added each week.
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    SC Presents...Metamorphoses

    April 10 - 12, 7:30 p.m.
    April 13, 2:00 p.m.
    Online ticket sales are now closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
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    Flight for Excellence 2014

    June 27, 2014
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    Angel Flight 2014

    September 27, 2014
    Table sponsorship opportunities are now available. Click on the link below for more information.
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  • Group Fundraisers

    SC Spirit Signs

    Order yours today and support your SkyHawk!
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    Yearbook Department

    Vintage yearbooks for purchase - 1996 through 2012
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Skutt Catholic Interim President Mary McGuire will lead HawkWalk 2014. We ask you to join her in raising $25,000 in support of SC’s Financial Aid Program. Progress towards this school wide goal can be followed here. Watch as your donations help our sun move around the virtual lake!

Lake Progress 2014

Visit the HawkWalk pages for more information. Click HERE to make a donation.

Pill-O-Matic-Poster3UNO’s I.T. INNOVATION CUP – TUES., APRIL 15

We are competing in UNO’s I.T.  Innovation Cup and we need your help!

It’s a tight race and we’re currently in 4th place.  We need a huge turn-out to vote for us.
Voting is at the Scott Conference Center from 3 – 5:30 p.m. on Tues., April 15.

Our product is an automatic pill dispenser that sets the user’s medication schedule and then automatically dispenses the medication.  Our product will send an alert to a family member or caregiver if a dispensed pill isn’t taken within a set time after it has been dispensed.

Last year we were in the same position and the voting turnout from Skutt Catholic helped us win.

Please plan to stop by and vote,

Noah Capoun, Zach Dinslage, Caroline Friedman, Adam Gottschalk, Sam Howard, Brook Jablonski, Renato Maues, Matt Schaffer, Nate Schmidt, and Jason Stratman

article reprinted from The Flightline

Skutt Catholic alumna Anna Heffron battles it out in the ND boxing ring

Anna Heffron, older sister of current SkyHawks sophomore Luke Heffron and senior John Heffron, is a Skutt Catholic graduate of 2010 and a current student at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, IN. She is also one of two students in SC history to ever achieve a perfect 36 score on the ACT. That’s not what I am here to talk about, though.

Anna participates in a charity women’s boxing league at Notre Dame whose proceeds go to two different secondary schools in Uganda, one of which Anna had the opportunity to visit this past summer. According to Anna, she found out about the program towards the end of her freshman year and joined the team as a novice, or beginner. She stated that she has since “fallen in love with the team, the charity, and everything the organization stands for.”  Read the entire Flightline article>>

John F. McMahon chosen as new president for Skutt Catholic.
Mary McGuire to serve as interim president until June 30, 2014.

See OWH article below.

Florida principal, native Iowan tapped as Skutt Catholic president
By Julie Anderson

John McMahon

John McMahon

A native Iowan who serves as principal of a Catholic high school in St. Petersburg, Fla., has been named the new president of Skutt High School in west Omaha.

John McMahon, 37, has worked in various positions at St. Petersburg Catholic High School since 1999 — teacher, director of student activities, coordinator of youth ministry, dean of students and now principal.

He is a product of Catholic schools, including a bachelor’s and two master’s degrees from the University of Notre Dame.

Read the entire Omaha World Herald article>>