Celebrating Another Outstanding Class of Young Men & Women

Another amazing group of young men and women officially became Bishop Montgomery alumni on May 27 when the Class of 2022 graduated in front of family, friends, classmates, and faculty. The day completed a welcome return to normalcy. The previous two years were marked by the pandemic, but the 211 members of the class were able to experience their senior year as it had meant to be: back on campus full-time and with each other. The day was a celebration of a group of students who accomplished great things in the classroom, on the fields of play, in the arts, and in their service to others. Perhaps things were summed up best by Class of 2022 Salutatorian Lauren Frisancho ’22 in her address to her classmates: ” We are leaders. Leaders who selflessly help others and think of ways to better the community around them. From service projects as freshmen in Mr. Angel’s religion class to Campus Ministers organizing retreats, and even donating snack bar money to the denim day causes, we have worked to better our community and get creative in doing so.” Yes, another group of outstanding leaders are ready for the world.

L to R: Reiley Solheim ’22, Adrian Esqueda ’22, Viveca Henry ’22, Michael Szydlik ’22, Samantha Liu ’22

The Class of 2022 continued a history of excellence by BMHS graduates. Of the 211 graduates, 207 (98%) are headed to college in the fall and 118 graduated with honors. Members of the class will be attending some of the top universities in the nation and the world (see facing page for a complete list of college acceptances and destinations). Welcome to the BMHS alumni community Class of 2022. Once a Knight, Always a Knight.

Class of 2022: By The Numbers