Charlsie Marlowe Martensen has been interested in GIS (Geographic Information Systems) since her freshman year. GIS and several of her interests and studies came together for her senior project which combined her advanced Spanish language skills, GIS and her love of Oak Cliff for her project.
"We stay connected to Bishop Dunne not only because of the education we received, but maybe more importantly because of the lifelong friendships we made," says Denise Phillips '70 on behalf of her late husband, Rodney '66.
Bishop Dunne graduate, Chaelon Simpson ’22, is the embodiment of the term selfless leader, always considering the effect of his actions, as he thoughtfully powers his way to the brightest of futures. A leader, an activist, both on campus and in the community, Chaelon considers each day another opportunity to give back, through positive, constructive actions.
The class of 2021 earned over $8.8 million in academic scholarships, seeing 99% of its graduates accepted into two or four year colleges or universities. Congratulations the the newest alumni cohort, the class of 2021!
"I tried it all, clubs, athletics, organizations, even dance, eventually narrowing down my true interests. Volunteering stood out at Dunne. I like helping others and seeing that impact," says Savannah Everett '21.
"We knew Bishop Dunne prepared them for the next phase of their lives. Now all three are contributing members of society," says board member Wayne Warren '79
With my PhD I hope to contribute to the successful prevention and/or treatment of diseases and essentially decrease the amount of individuals who are misdiagnosed or unable to receive proper health care," says Amanda Garcia '17.