August 11, 2018

An Evening of Gratitude & Celebration

It was a historic night on Saturday, August 11 at St. Ed’s as we cut the ribbon on The Joseph & Helen Lowe Institute for Innovation! What a gift for our students who will be able to take advantage of 28,000-square-feet to create, experiment, design, engineer, prototype, and launch their ideas into the world. Our students will create the future in this stunning new space.


To the right are photos of the new spaces, classrooms, and labs of The Joseph & Helen Lowe Institute for Innovation. Click below to see photos from "An Evening of Gratitude & Celebration."

April 17, 2018

Special Donor Report - Jim Kubacki, President

On September 29, 2016, we publicly announced the launch of The Courage to Act Campaign, an $18 million initiative for St. Edward High School - the most ambitious fundraising campaign in the school's 70-year history.  Less than two years later...

April 17, 2018

Lowe Institute for Innovation

The Lowe Institute for Innovation ushers in a new era of college-prep education...

April 17, 2018

Campaign Q&A

Campaign Q&A with Sean Hennessy '75, The Courage to Act Campaign Co-Chair

September 26, 2016

The Courage to Act Campaign Launch September 29, 2016

On September 29, 2016, St. Edward High School announced a major initiative with the public kick off of an $18M campaign, The Courage to Act, A Campaign for St. Edward High School.  President Jim Kubacki, along with Campaign Co-Chairs, Sean Hennessy ’75 and Paul Clark ’71 made this historic announcement in the famed St. Edward Gymnasium.  Phil Donahue, a member of St. Edward's first graduating class of 1953 and Courage to Act Campaign Honorary Co-Chair, offered a wonderful reflection on what made St. Ed’s such a special place when he was a student, and why it continues to change the lives of Edsmen of every generation. 

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