Lowell Catholic's Walk-A-Thon

On October 20th, Lowell Catholic students will lace up their sneakers in an effort to raise over $85,000 in support of their school community. This year’s “Let’s Get Loud” theme has brought a celebratory feeling to the event. In this student-led fundraising effort, each student has taken on a personal goal to raise funds in support of the school.


Last year, students from the High School and Elementary School collaboratively raised more than $85,000 to support initiatives that directly benefit students including advancements in technology, student life activities and co-curricular clubs.


During the annual event, students are joined by faculty, staff and parent volunteers, making it a fun day for all. LC’s elementary students enjoy activities on campus, while the middle and high school students take on a three mile hike around the Highland’s neighborhood in Lowell.

Students (left to right)  Emily Cloutier of Dracut,  Hunter Berube of Dracut, Scott Fournier of Pelham, NH and Sara Mainville of Lowell, participate in the 2016 Walk-A-Thon on Stevens Street and throughout the neighborhood while raising money in support of Lowell Catholic.

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