After St. Vincent Pallotti High School marks 100th anniversary, two seniors look to the future

In 2021, St. Vincent Pallotti High School in Laurel, Maryland marked the 100th anniversary of its founding as the first coeducational Catholic high school in The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington. Originally established as St. Mildred’s Academy, it opened in 1921 and was later renamed as Pallotti and then St. Vincent Pallotti High School in honor of the founder of the religious order that has sponsored the school since 1934, the Pallottine Missionary Sisters.

As Pallotti’s centennial school year was drawing to a close in mid-May, the school’s president and two members of its class of 2021 reflected on what continues to make that school special.

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