Pius X Alumni

Save the Date for the 2018 All Honor Year
Reunion Weekend of events – August 3-5, 2018!

All Honor Year Reunion: Calling all Honor Year Classes (1958, 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013) for the All Honor Year Reunion Weekend – August 3-5, 2018!

Golden Thunderbolt Club – All graduates who have already celebrated their class reunion (1957-1966) and all graduates of Cathedral High Class are also invited to the All Honor Year Reunion. You will be honored as part of our “Golden Thunderbolt Club.”

Weekend schedule & Class Year Reunions

Outstanding Alumni Award

Pius X graduates are leaders in their communities in Lincoln and throughout the state and country. The Outstanding Alumni award recognizes those graduates for their personal and professional accomplishments, and who:

  • Are leading a life of leadership and service, and are outstanding examples of Catholic values, virtues and ideals;
  • Are leaders in fulfilling our mission to “Restore All Things in Christ”;
  • Have graduated from Pius X at least 10 years ago;
  • Are recognized on a local, state or national level in their field; and
  • Have been awarded for contributions in their profession.

5:30 - 7 p.m.
Food, Friends and Fun

7 p.m.
Thunderbolt Football

Festivities and Crowning

Annual Events

August 4, 2018

August 3-5

August 31, 2018

November 2, 2018

March 15-16, 2019

Summer 2019

Change of Address Form

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About Kristin Heath

Kristin Heath pius x alumni officeKristin (Edwards) Heath ’91 is the Alumni Director for Pius X High School. Her responsibilities as Alumni Director include maintaining the alumni database, alumni relations, coordinating alumni events, helping with reunion planning, and coordinating the alumni portion of the annual Fund for Pius X.

Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91
(402) 488-0931 ext. 56132

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Alumni Profiles

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Clare Morehouse ’17

Clare Morehouse, a 2017 graduate of Pius X High School, will appear in this year’s Pinewood Bowl, Inc. musical production of ‘Legally Blonde.’

What is your official title and workplace now? I'm actually retired, after 38 years in the Education field, serving in both Washington, DC and NYC. Over the course of those years I have served as a teacher, counselor, assistant principal, director of services for students, principal, mentor/coach of aspiring and new principals, central office administrator for leadership development, and deputy superintendent in the Bronx. My favorite job was being a middle school principal at IS 123 in the Bronx. I am still working, part time, as an Educational Consultant for schools in NYC and with Teachers College at Columbia University in NYC. What do you consider your main objectives? To create schools that will listen to the voices of the children they serve and that will establish the environment and opportunities that empower children to achieve the bright future they deserve. What have you seen that keeps you motivated to help even more students, teachers and principals? The indefatigable hope and trust in the eyes of children everywhere... How has your work in education evolved over the past few decades? I grew up...and came to understand that when we don't know what to do for kids, we should probably have started by asking them... How did you go from Pius X to NYC? I went away to Cornell University for college and fell in love with NY How does your faith play into your role? My faith sustains me in my moments of weakness, worry and doubt, challenges me to be more and to give more than I ever believed possible, and reaffirms my belief in the dignity of all people. When not working, what hobbies or activities do you enjoy doing? Good movies, good reads, good company and good times (preferably at the beach, in Paris, or on any golf course), and good wine. What initiatives or projects are you hoping to start or finish in the coming years? I'm working with some TC colleagues on a principals retreat to refresh those in the "hot seat" and help them keep their "eyes on the prize". I'm also working with some colleagues on a leadership retreat for kids, and I'm also starting up a new vocal ensemble of high school students called "Vocem in Pacem" (The Voices for Peace) that will focus on music across all religions and cultures. What memories do you have of Pius X High School? Wow, so many, it's hard to pick just one - the camaraderie, the football games, band trips, musicals, classes with inspiring teachers and classmates, woodsies... just really am grateful for the truly well-rounded education I received at Pius and the deepening of my faith that began there and continues...

Virginia Connelly ’73

Virginia A. Connelly ’73 What is your official title and workplace now?  I’m actually retired, after 38 years in the Education field, serving in both

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Q&A with Michael Helman ’15​

Q&A with Michael Helman ’15 Michael Helman was an All-state baseball player at Pius X High School, where we graduated from in 2015. After not

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Emma Rashilla ‘13

Emma Rashilla ‘13 Emma Rashilla ‘13 graduated cum laude with her degree in Secondary Math Education and Business from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln

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Raymond ‘Ryan’ Smith ‘12

Raymond ‘Ryan’ Smith ‘12 Raymond “Ryan” Smith ‘12 is a Sergeant with the Nebraska Army National Guard as a Black Hawk Helicopter Specialist. Ryan was

Joseph Murphy

Joseph Murphy ’14

Joseph Murphy ’14 Joseph Murphy ’14 graduated with honors from Notre Dame in May. He has accepted a position with Epic Systems Corporation. Joseph is

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Kate Moore ’09

Kate Moore ’09 Kate Moore ’09 has started a 52-week run as Fantine in Les Miserables in April of 2018. Her first musical was Hello

Caroline Haug

Caroline Haug ’07

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Shannon Kelly ’12

Shannon Kelly ’12

Shannon Kelly ’12 Shannon Kelly ’12 was named one of the 50 “Best New British and Irish Poets” of 2018. She was selected for her