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Rotary Youth Leadership Awakening (RYLA) is an intensive training program for community youth leaders. Young people chosen for their leadership potential attend an all-expenses-paid seminar, weekend camp to discuss leadership skills and to learn those skills through practice and to bring back to better their communities. We are proud to announce the Xavier students chosen for the 2017 Camps: Moon Yue, Julia Way, Amanda Flores, Jacob Sullivan, Christopher Saliba, Douglas Sears, Connor Farrell and Parker DeKlotz
Two Xavier students, Jillian Barbato (Junior) and Reina Rover (Sophomore), were honored by being selected by the CIF Southern Section for the All Girls Water Polo Team Division 5. Only three students for the Coachella Valley received the honor of being in any of the teams. Savannah Hampton from La Quinta High School made the time in Division 4. All these athletes, demonstrated great tenacity and determination throughout the season, it is a well deserved honor.
We are proud to announce that Haley Varela, senior Xavier student, is a semifinalist in The Music Center's 29th Annual Spotlight Program as a singer.
Xavier College Preparatory High School had a rare opportunity to honor the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation at its 11th Annual Companions' Dinner. It was a special occasion to thank the foundation for donating the initial 96 acres, on which the valley's only Jesuit high school is built. Since the school opened in 2006, the Berger Foundation has continued to support its mission of forming compassionate leaders as Xavier has graduated 721 students to date.
Two months after finishing his sophomore high school football season, Xavier Prep wide receiver and defensive back Fabrice Voyne will play in one more game before he becomes a junior on a slightly larger stage than the Saints' football field.
Michael Johnson Quarterback of Xavier College prep could be named our Friday Night Hero by The Desert Sun. Michael let the saints to a victories in their last two road games with critical passes that ended up in touchdowns for the black and gold. Vote on Instagram Today
Friday, Jan 22 the Commons at Xavier College Prep was a place of incredible art showing. The 2015-2016 Advanced Placement Studio students presented their Breadth portfolios to family, friends and faculty. The Breadth portfolio is a series of twelve works that indicate the artistic capacities of each individual. It is the first of two portfolios required for the Advanced Placement course.
On January 15, 2016 Xavier celebrated its 7th Annual Golf Tournament, held at the Classic Club in Palm Desert. This year's theme as "Swingin' With the Classics," and featured over 100 golfers and a packed house for the after-golf Soiree and silent auction. The Golf Tournament is one of the most beloved fundraising events of the year, bringing together parents, benefactors, and even visitors from out of state in support of Xavier's student-athletes.
On Thursday, January 14, 2016, Xavier received a $25,000 grant from Bighorn Golf Club Charities. Xavier was one of many nonprofit organizations who received awards that night. The grants were made as part of the Bighorn Cares program, which provides financial support to non-profit organizations that assist under-served citizens in the Coachella Valley.
Mark Granger began coaching at Xavier Prep in 2010 with a hope of building a program that would one day compete for championships. He won six games his first year. Five his second. Patience was required for this job.In his third year, his team won nine games, then peaked with a 14-win season in 2013-14.

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