Alumni are always welcome at Paramus Catholic High School. Whether you are residents of the Paramus, New Jersey, area or live across the globe, our doors are open. We are excited to share news of current events, such as special awards, athletic contests, performances, and alumni gatherings. And we always want to keep up contact with Paramus Catholic High School alumni – please let us know about your activities!
How Alumni Stay In Touch
Complete the Alumni Contact form so we have your most up-to-date information. You also can send an email to the Executive Director of Outreach and Development, Scott Langan ’85. Another great way to stay informed and interact with other high school alumni is to follow the Paramus Catholic Alumni Facebook page, our Alumni page on Instagram, or communicate with other proud Paladin Alumni on Twitter.
Contact Scott Langan if you aren’t receiving the Paramus Catholic High School Alumni E-Newsletter. Here are links to the most recent editions:
Paladin E-News Archives
- Volume Fall, Issue I, September 15, 2022
- Welcome President Dr. Macaluso, August 9, 2022
- Summer is Here Paladins June 23, 2022
- Help us Beat our Goal June 15, 2022
- Volume Spring, Issue I, April 28, 202
- Volume V, Winter/Spring Issue, March 7, 2022
- Volume IV, Winter Issue, February 17, 2022
- Volume III, Winter Issue, January 19, 2022
- Volume II, Winter Issue, December 20, 2021
- Volume I, Winter Issue, December 7, 2021
In September of 1966, six young girls met as freshmen at Paramus Catholic. More than 50 years later they remain close friends, and they owe it all to Paladin Power. Catch up with the PC Girls of the class of 1970.
Paladin Legacy Families
Reunions For Paramus Catholic High School Alumni
With 52 graduating classes and counting, there's quite a collection of wonderful stories from both past and present at Paramus Catholic High School. Class reunions are a great way to reconnect, but it’s always a good time to form new relationships and supportive friendships. Get together at alumni events, such as this 4th Annual Golf Outing.
Recent Alumni News
A growing group of women from the Paramus Catholic High School Class of 1970 has been spending more time together. At a special event held for high school alumni in Paramus, NJ, these six women started sharing their lives, families, and travels with each other. In the intervening years, more alumnae joined the group. Carla Capizzi shares the story of The PC Girls.
It’s always interesting to hear about the lives of former schoolmates. Col. Evangeline Rosel ’93 shared her inspiring story in a recent Paramus Catholic High School Alumni Spotlight. After graduating from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1997, she continues to serve in the Active Duty Army as a colonel. Her current assignment is Commander of the U.S. Army Garrison in West Point, NY. Many alumni have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch this video honoring Paladins who serve on the front line of this health crisis — you might recognize a few of these exemplary alumni.
Paramus Catholic High School Athletics
The energy that always surrounds Paladin athletics lifts the spirits of both students and alumni. These events also showcase the interrelationships and connections that exist between coaches, faculty, parents, students, alumni, and family legacies.
Want in on some of the excitement? Consult the Paramus Catholic High School athletics calendar and plan to attend your favorite sport. For those alumni who live further away, consider a visit to the campus that includes an athletic event.
Recent Athletics News
In January 2022, Nathan Klak ’23 performed well in an ice hockey game against Passaic Valley-Cedar Grove. This photograph shows Nate with his father, Henry Klak ’92. At the same game, Paramus Catholic High School ice hockey coach and alumnus, Alex Fleischmann, was in a contest with the team coached by his father, Erich Fleischmann, who also is an alumnus. The Paladins won the match.
Alumni Support And Donations
The donations made by Paramus Catholic High School alumni help us fulfill our mission of promoting spiritual growth, academic excellence, social responsibility, and personal development in all students. Many families find it difficult to afford a Catholic education, and alumni contributions are a significant source of assistance. We ask all alumni to donate, and any amount is helpful.
Paramus Catholic High School Needs Your Help
Your classmates and other high school alumni are active in every kind of human endeavor. Throughout the U.S. and around the world, our graduates are running for office, leading community organizations, and running businesses of all sizes. This network of alumni benefits past, current, and future students. It helps our school stay strong and furthers its valuable mission of Catholic education. Why not become a more active member of the alumni at Paramus Catholic High School? Please keep in contact with our alumni association, engage with activities and networks, and donate generously for the benefit of your alma mater and its students.
FAITH. ACADEMICS. SECURITY. WELLNESS
A Paladin is a Champion