SPES Alumni

        At St. Pius Elementary School, we focus on the “whole child” and do our best to prepare them for later life.  Ms. Donna Lemaire, our principal, tells prospective parents that one of our responsibilities is to help our students discover, develop and learn to share their gifts and talents.  When we hear stories of our alumni and what they are doing after they leave St. Pius, we feel truly blessed to have been part of their journeys and proud to see that they are continuing to live the SPES mission as they

“bring the presence of Christ to others.”

 

We would love to have pictures and stories of our alumni and where life has led them.  Please send those pictures and accounts of what our SPES alumni are doing to Director of Advancement, Jamie Nelson-Hebert, at jamie_hebert@stpiuselementary.org

 

One of the greatest blessings is seeing our students move on to STM and treasure their faith enough to dedicate a part of themselves to the Campus Ministry program.  This group of SPES Alumni facilitated the SPES Eighth Grade Fall Retreat.  We knew and loved them while they were SPES students and our students looked up to them when they were here with us.  What a great gift it was for them to give of their time to be witnesses of their faith for our eighth graders!

 

        

   Alumnus Seth Ransonet

    (SPES Class of 2014)

entered the seminary during the Fall of 2018. 

He joins other SPES Alumni who have chosen to  answer the call to priesthood. 

We hope to soon be able to post the pictures of those alumni also. 

 

 

 

Bailey Hemphill

(SPES Class of 2012)

This special SPES alumna was honored in late September as one of the University of Alabama’s Academic All Americans.  This summer, she was named to the Academic All-America second team.  Bailey’s honor is only the fourth in the University of Alabama’s softball program’s history!  Bailey is majoring in human development, maintains a 4.0 grade point average and is a Dean’s List and three-time President’s List honoree.  During the 2018 season, she led the Crimson Tide with 13 home runs, 48 RBI’s, a .333 batting average and 26 runs scored.  She was also was one of the SEC’s Top 10 in “slugging percentage, homeruns, on-base percentage and walks.

 

                                 

 

 

Alumnus Thomas Deloach

(SPES Class of 2015)

was presented the Eraste Thomas Autin Fighting Heart Award - the highest individual honor an STM football player can earn.  The award is presented to the player with the most dedication to excellence, spirit, leadership and hard work ethic.

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