Kathleen Foley Schemers contributes these fond memories of the final stages of high school including some of the early days. Here is a great look back on a successful journey through the challenges and joys of parochial education. Friends were cherished, classes were mastered, maturity was a dream attainable, maybe inevitable. The foundation for the following decades would be plumbed, leveled and stabilized. The accomplishments of the following decades measures the successful laying of the building blocks of life. Many of these are evident in these pages. It is hoped that recognition of the quality life is obvious and enjoyed
Kathy recalls one of her favorite teachers (18 Aug 2002):
Saw Sr. Beverly Bobola on Thursday evening. She was in Michigan to attend a religious "gathering" in Adrian at the Mother House. She has family on the east side, so she was then staying with a niece in Utica. She called to see if we could get together. She met at our house, and my husband, Don and I and my mom took Sister to dinner and then met back at my sister, Mary's for dessert so she could see the rest of the Foley girls and their families. It's always so good to see her. She was a good teacher and has been a good friend. Mary and I visited with her in Las Vegas (Henderson, NV) about two years ago. She's a chaplain at St. Rose's hospital there.