Meet the Alumni Relations & Advancement Events Coordinator

My name is Gabby Schauer, I am the new Alumni Relations & Advancement Events Coordinator. I graduated from TG in 2014 and quickly found my way back (just as my classmates voted in the senior poll!) to the halls of Totino-Grace High School. In 2017, I completed an internship in the Campus Ministry Office and returned as Admissions Assistant for 2018-2019 school year. In June, I took on an exciting new role as the Alumni Relations & Advancement Events Coordinator.

I am excited to strengthen alumni relationships and involvement of the alumni community and look forward to getting to know graduates. Whether you have the opportunity to come back to TG now as a parent or you've moved away and haven't been back to campus since the day you graduated, we hope this newsletter will help keep you up to date on all that's going on at TG. We invite you back to campus for one of our many events this fall. 

Our alumni are such an important part of the TG legacy and you are always welcome back to campus. Once an Eagle, always an Eagle!

Gabby Schauer '14  |  763-586-6328

Since our inception, Totino-Grace High School has introduced students to a way of life that provides rigorous academic inquiry, nurtures a concern for the less fortunate, and most importantly, builds a personal relationship with God. Today, nearly 11,000 alumni represent Archbishop Grace and Totino-Grace in communities locally and abroad. Our graduates go on to volunteer, serve and educate. When students graduate from Totino-Grace, they bring with them the unique Catholic Lasallian experience, which inspires them reach their academic, faith, and personal goals.

Here at Totino-Grace, we are committed to fostering relationships among current students, the Totino-Grace community and alumni around the world through programming, special events, volunteer opportunities and financial gifts. To learn more about Totino-Grace events and opportunities, please contact us at

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