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The following letter was recently received by the BPAA from the President of Xavier High School. It clearly demonstrates the benefit our Alumni The following letter was recently received by the BPAA from the President of Xavier High School. It clearly demonstrates the benefit our Alumni continue to provide to Jesuit High Schools in the New York area. The legacy of Brooklyn Prep will live on forever due to the the generosity of our Alumni.

December 8, 2010
Mr. Jack Barry
President
Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association

Dear Jack,

Enclosed you will find the 2010 Annual Report. We hope you enjoy the new look and celebrate the story it tells: the story of Xavier High School today. This is a story of strength, of spirit and of tradition. It is a story told by young men like Richard Balagtas ’12 (p.53) and Ken Jean-Baptiste ’11 (p.56), who seize opportunities before them and make the most of their time on 16th Street. It is the story of Xavier history repeating itself, as the rugby team last May once again secured a National Championship, just days after the ’85 team celebrated the 25th anniversary of securing the feat for the very first time for Xavier; and it is the story of dedication: of alumni like Dan Rodriguez ’58 (p. 12), Roger Kirwan ’60 (p. 16) and Pete Seccia ’85 (p.22) who have fully committed themselves to our mission and support it with the generosity of their time, talent and treasure.

The story told within the enclosed Annual Report would not have been possible without the support of President’s Council members like the Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association who contributed $2,085,000 out of the $2,713,00 total raised this past year—a total of 77% and a testament to the tremendous importance of the President’s Council to Xavier. Your partnership in the work of Xavier High School is a blessing and one which we cherish greatly.

Please know that we could never thank you enough for your support and all that it makes possible for our students. We do hope that we can count on your continued support for the current 2010-2011 fiscal year, and for years thereafter.

We wish a very Merry Christmas to the BPAA and all of the Alumni of Brooklyn Prep for their continued support of Jesuit education. With our sincerest appreciation for your generosity, we remain,

Xavier High School

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