Alumni

QCF AlumniQueen City Foundation’s (QCF) Alumni and Parent Association (APA)

Queen City Foundation’s alumni possess leadership roles in every facet of society, from science and medicine ,education and the arts to business and law. Having a strong educational foundation and exposure to life evolving opportunities our alumni change their communities, the nation and the world.

The mission of Queen City Foundation’s (QCF) Alumni and Parent Association (APA) is to create a community of positive networking and resources by increasing opportunities for meaningful engagement for Alumni, QCF volunteer involvement, fundraising, current student support and overall program expansion. Participants will help QCF grow and prosper by reaching out, supporting current QCF programs and creating future events. They will assist with planning and playing a pivotal role in the continuation of building an educational bridge into the future for current and future students. The students of today are the alumni of tomorrow. That’s why the Alumni Association is deeply invested in students, understanding that their positive experiences today will resonate for the rest of their lives.


          Become a member of APA

QCF APA is open to all graduates and parents of QCF affiliated schools and participants of QCF programs. There are two levels of membership: Life Members and Annual Members. All Membership levels include the following benefits:

  • Annual Newsletter
  • Special Events and Discounts
  • Networking Business and Community Connections
  • Career and Internship opportunities
  • Funds from membership support QCF scholarship funds
 

APA Memberships

  • Annual membership:$65.00
  • Lifetime membership:$800.00

Alumni and Parent Association Board Meetings (APA)

5:30pm – 7:30pm at Xavier Alumni Building, 1507 Dana Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45207

2018 – 2019Dates 

May 15, 2018 – New Board member and Orientation

November 8, 2018

June 12, 2018   – 5K Focus

July 10, 2018 – Salute to Scholars Focus

September 20, 2018

January 10, 2019

March 14, 2019

April 11, 2019

Where are they now?

T. Moore, II

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]racy’s list of first, include graduating first in his class at The Summit Country Day School (Class of 2002); being the first African-American President of the Ohio Junior Classical League; and being First Class Marshall (President) of the Class of 2006 at Harvard College. He was a National Merit and Achievement Scholarship Finalist. He received

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Dr. E. Anderson

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ince I walked across the bridge of educational opportunity provided by the Queen City Foundation I have never looked back. The Queen City Foundation opened up a New [pullquote_right] The Queen City Foundation opened up a New World to me[/pullquote_right]World to me and allowed for me to cultivate a sense of confidence. I wasn’t afraid to

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M. Newland

[dropcap]Q[/dropcap]ueen City Foundation guided me through invaluable experiences at Bethany School and The Seven Hills School. I remain grateful for all of the lessons learned through their support, two of which have significantly shaped my value system. There is a school where one can reach his or her full potential—it just may not be close

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Dr. M. Grier

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]y introducing me to the exceptional educational opportunities at St. Xavier High School, Queen City Foundation put me in an academic environment that both honed and stretched my talents. It was in those days that the inspiration and occasional frustrations of my classroom experiences led me to want to become an educator–a goal I have

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