Alumni Giving

New year, new opportunity!  

The 2019-2020 Alumni Class Challenge is in full swing!  The winning class will receive special recognition in next year’s magazine, their name on a Legacy Brick prominently located at Xavier High School, and a special memento for all participants of the winning class.  More importantly, any alumni donor will have the satisfaction of knowing that their gift, no matter what the size, impacts the next generation of Xavier graduates. To make a gift, click here or mail cash or a check to Xavier Catholic Schools 1600 W Prospect Ave, Appleton, WI 54914.

During the 2018-2019 school year, Xavier launched the inaugural Alumni Class Challenge with the goal to increase alumni involvement by creating competition among classes.  Each class was ranked by percentage of participation and the results were shared quarterly on the alumni Facebook page. As with any challenge, Xavier graduates rose to the occasion.  

We are pleased to announce the winner for 2018-2019 is the class of 1977 with 16.23% participation! 

Xavier Catholic Schools would like to thank all alumni who made a contribution to the St. Francis Xavier Fund.  Your support is key in helping to carry on the tradition of excellence that is Xavier Catholic Schools. We appreciate your generosity!  

2018-2019 Results by participation percentage (highest to lowest):

1977- 16.23%
1991- 10.59%
1963- 10.31%
1973- 10.19%
1964- 10.13%
1992- 9.76%
1997- 9.42%
1996- 8%
1999- 7.69%
1995- 7.61%
1979- 7.43%
1962- 7.32%
1980- 7.3%
1983- 7.24%
1987- 7.2%
1966- 7.17%
1978- 7.1%
1974- 6.92%
2000- 6.9%

1976- 6.8%
1969- 6.69%
1984- 6.56% 
1986- 6.06%
1989- 6.06%
1971- 5.99%
1993- 5.83%
1994- 5.83%
1982- 5.73%
1985- 5.59%
1972- 5.56%
1968- 5.42%
2001- 5.3%
1981- 5.19%
2002- 5.07%
1970- 4.79%
1967- 4.78%
1965- 4.72%
2004- 4.38%

2010- 4.17%
2003- 4.13%
2005- 4.12%
2006- 3.52%
1988- 3.29%
2009- 3.08%
2017- 2.63%
2007- 2.5%
2008- 2.38%
2018- 2.17%
1990- 2.11%
1998- 2.1%
2015- 2.03%
2014- 1.99%
2019- 1.57%
2016- 1.4%
2013- 1.22%
2012- 0.79%
Classes of 1975 & 2011, no donations were made