IRISH ALUMNIKnoxville Catholic High School proudly boasts 8,000 alumni who live and work all over the world. From 11 seniors in the class of 1933 to the 143 members of the Class of 2022, KCHS rests securely on the foundation of those who have gone before.
The continuing success of our school relies on the solid relationships we enjoy with our alumni community.
The Alumni Office offers many services. The Knoxville Catholic campus is open for your reunion event free of charge. We'll also help you send out "Save-the-Date" cards and invitations at no cost.
To get your reunion planning going, please contact Megan Locke Erpenbach '03 | 865-560-0509. We look forward to hearing from you!
Graduates of Knoxville Catholic High School may request their High School transcript for higher education and employment here (from the year 2000 on). For years prior to 2000, please contact: [email protected].
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The Office of Marketing and Communications publishes the Irish Times bi-annually for families, students, alumni, friends and community partners of Knoxville Catholic High School. For questions and comments, or to update us, email [email protected]. #GoIrish ☘️
KCHS MEMORIAL GARDENKnoxville Catholic honors our departed alumni in the Memorial Garden. The garden was dedicated on June 11, 2011 by Fr. Ragan Schriver, '84. It is located on the lawn adjacent to the school’s main entrance.
To honor the memory of a loved one in the Memorial Garden, contact Megan Erpenbach '03, Director of Alumni and Events, 865-560-0509.
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
4A's mission is to provide emotional and educational support to Knoxville Catholic High School’s African American alumni and to preserve our heritage within the school and greater Knoxville community.
4A serves African-American, African, and other graduates of KCHS who identify with an African American heritage. The association was established to connect African-American alumni, including faculty, with each other and their alma mater through access to a membership roster, school events and alumni gatherings.
KCHS 4A was created with the purpose to mentor current students and, ultimately, establish an annual scholarship for current African American students.
Viviane Manigat Jackson ’75
Dr. Terry “Squid” Schofield ’77