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​Each year Lansing Catholic High School presents four awards to both alumni and other community members honoring our mission statement and representing our four cornerstones in their dedication and accomplishments. Mission Statement: The Lansing Catholic High School community forms students spiritually, intellectually, and socially into faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.

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This award recognizes an alumnus who is dedicated to bringing Catholic education to his or her community as an employee of a Catholic school, church, or other religious organization. 


The recipient of this award is dedicated to a life of service and committed to acting as a disciple of Jesus Christ not only while in high school, but throughout college and beyond.


This award recognizes an alumnus who continued as a student-athlete during his or her college career. Criteria to receive the award include participation in a minimum of two years in an intercollegiate athletic sport, an earned varsity letter in that sport, completion of a four-year college program, and an earned bachelor’s degree.

(Formerly the Triple A+ Award)


This award is presented annually at Fr. Mac Dinner and honors an individual with a strong commitment to serving the community, whether at Lansing Catholic or elsewhere in the great Lansing area.

(Formerly the Community Service Award Recipient) 

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