Mustang Tradition - Alumni Newsletter - April, 2015


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OCTOBER 9, 10 & 11th

An opportunity like this only comes once every 50 years!

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Friday, 10/9

Football Game Under the Lights ~ 7 p.m.

50th Anniversary Halftime Show

Alumni Homecoming Party @ Tarrywile Mansion ~ 6-11 p.m.

Saturday, 10/10

50th Fun Run @ Tarrywile ~ 8:30 a.m.

Pancake Breakfast ~ 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.

School Tours throughout the morning

Family Fun “MustangFest” ~ 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

“There’s No Place Like Home”~ All Alumni Reunion at IHS      6-11 p.m.

Sunday, 10/11

50th Jubilee Mass, celebrated by Bishop Caggiano ~ 10 a.m.

Continental Breakfast immediately following Mass

Registration & accomodation details coming soon on the IHS website.  

Spread the word to fellow alumni and alumni parents!


Thank you to the many IHS alumni (pictured here) who attended the gala!

Thank you very much for making our 2015 Spring Gala a huge success.  In addition to enjoying food, drink and dancing, together we raised $87,000 with an additional $53,500 for the Immaculate Fund for a total of $140,500!

We were so proud to offer the Distinguished Service award to Michael J. Mazzucco and the Nancy K. Dolan award to Joseph T. Draper, IHS Class of '82.  Their testimony of commitment and love for Immaculate High School was an inspiring shared snapshot of the reasons why they are so deserving of these prestigious awards. 

The outpouring of support, enthusiasm, and donations will make a difference to the students and program offerings of Immaculate High School.  Your generosity will have a long lasting impact on allowing students to continue to be recognized for their academic, musical and athletic accomplishments.

You are the reason why We Are Immaculate.  You are the reason why we are a very blessed community. 


Mary Maloney

Save the Date for next year's 50th Anniversary Gala - 4/2/16




As we approach the final stretch of our annual Immaculate Fund campaign, please consider donting if you have not had the opportunity to already, by clicking here.  All donors will be listed in our annual Traditions magazine.  We are grateful for the support of our alumni.  Every donation, at any level, makes a difference.

Alumni Spotlight
Mike Lukianoff '87

Mike Lukianoff '87 pictured with his sons Finnegan (5) and Murphy (4).  Not in photo are his daughter Elle (1) and wife Sally.

Czar Metrics is a highly specialized advisory group providing state-of-the-art optimization analytics for consumer-based businesses. Mike Lukianoff '87, is the co-founder & Principal of Czar Metrics. He is a restaurant and retail industry consultant who specializes in quantitative solutions to difficult business questions. His ability to apply complex analyses to tough business questions and communicate recommendations that are clear and actionable are hallmarks of his approach. Founded in 2008, Czar Metrics is a vibrant young company with deep industry roots, and experience across a broad array of chain clients and industry segments.

Check out this recent MSN article about emerging restaurant brands to learn a little more about what Mike and his company are up to.  Mike commented to us, "In addition to the obvious benefits of gaining lifelong friends and unforgettable experiences at Immaculate, it wasn't until after I left that I really understood what a great education I had received. It has helped me in every phase of my life. Whether competing for academic scholarships (which enabled me to go to college and graduate school), or starting and running a business, the IHS experience has helped me every step of the way."

Mike lives with his family in New York City.  Congratulations to Mike on his success with Czar Metrics, and much thanks for letting us share his story with fellow alumni.  MUSTANG PRIDE!

Immaculate High school's  Campus Ministry, in conjunction with the drama department performed a live rendition of the Stations of the Cross on Monday, March 30th. The live presentation was a change from the shadow style presentation done in the two previous years.  Students enjoyed and were touched by the emotion the actors were able to convey and felt the meditations on each station, read by fellow students, were relevant to their lives.

      34th Annual Mustang Basketball Camp

Camp runs Monday through Friday beginning June 29th, 8:30am to 12:30pm at Immaculate High school. One Week Sessions, and a Two Week Session available this summer.

- Weekly Awards
- Camp Shirt
- Individual Instruction
- Dribbling
- Defensive Aspects of the Game
- League Games Daily
- Shooting Contests
- 1 on 1, 3 on 3 Tournaments
- Teams Change Daily!

Open to Boys and Girls: Grades 4 – Incoming Freshman

Must provide your own transportation. Must provide a signed Health Form BEFORE participating in camp activities. Must provide your own medical/dental insurance Note: Lunch has been eliminated.

Please click here to download the brochure.









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