Alumni & Friends

Welcome Home Alumni!

Whether it has been 5 days, or 35 years, it is never too late to be in touch. Your continued support and involvement is vital for ensuring that future alumni can lead lives of purpose and excellence. As of May 2012, we now have had 63 graduating classes.  That adds up more than 11,000 students passing through these halls in those six decades. With your continued support and involvement, students will keep passing through these halls for decades to come and receive a quality Catholic education when doing so.

At Alleman High School, we make a special effort to reach out to our graduates wherever they are.  Alleman graduates around the world maintain their connection to the school through the Alumni/Development office; and we hope you will too.  Each issue of our alumni newsletter, The Pioneer Post, features alumni news, as well as news about the school.  Share your accomplishments with us through Class Notes, Birth, Marriages, or share an idea for a feature story for Alumni Spotlight.  To help us keep in touch with you, please update your contact information and news by e-mailing us at jscarpinato@allemanhighschool.org, or calling the Alumni/Development office at (309) 786-8661.

If you live in the area, you can also share your expertise by volunteering to be a class speaker, help with mock interviews, or assist in any of Alleman’s fundraising efforts.  Our alumni are well-positioned to influence the school’s future.  Alleman alumni span the globe; and we want to keep you involved with the “little ole school” wherever you may live.

It is with great joy that I encourage all of you to reconnect or maintain contact with your alma mater.  Please explore the pages of this website to find ways to become involved with Alleman, or just to catch up on the news of the school. Join us as we strive to create a greater Catholic high school and see where our collaborative efforts may lead.  The success of any organization is found in the talent of its members and their involvement in meeting the organization‘s goals.  Thank you for being part of the Alleman family, and together we can keep Alleman strong for generations to follow.

God Bless,

Fr. Daniel Mirabelli, C.S.V.
Director of Development   

Alleman High School develops a faith-filled community by exemplifying gospel values through Catholic education.