Contact Us:
158 State Street
Corning, NY 14830-2594
Phone: 607-936-9234
Email: TJ.Verzillo@dor.org

School Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:10AM - 2:10PM
After School Activities:
2:10PM - 5:30PM

All Saints Parish Catholic Schools Alumni Portal

Welcome to the Alumni Portal,your link to Corning Catholic Schools Alumni Resources!   Whether you graduated from St. Mary's, St. Patrick's, St. Vincent's, Corning Catholic South, Corning Catholic North or All Saints Academy YOU are in this group!  We would love to hear from you!  Please complete the form: WHERE ARE THEY NOW.  We are also on FACEBOOK


Vincent DiLaura, St. Mary's Class of 1979

I am a lifetime resident of Corning and married to my wonderful wife, Kristine, for 28 years.  We have two children, Emily 24 and Andrew 20.  I have been a Realtor for the past 28 years specializing in Residential sales, Relocation & Commercial. I love my job....especially the relocation work, since I am able to show our beautiful area to people looking to relocate here from all over the world.
 

I have such great memories of my days at both St. Vincent's & St. Mary's. I have remained friends with many of my fellow
classmates and we often talk about those days. Memories that have lasted a lifetime!

 

Edwin Ramirez Jr., ASA Graduate,1994

I now live in Hyde Park, N.Y., with my wife Alexandra and our 3 daughters. (Ixory, Miranda and Arianna.) We are parishioners of Regina Coeli Roman Catholic Church in Hyde Park, NY.  I began a law enforcement career in 2001 and I am currently a police officer with the Mount Kisco Police Department in Westchester County, NY.  

Attending All Saints Academy were some of the greatest years of my life.  I was a parishioner of St. Patrick's Church and served as an altar server during that time.  I served at St. Patrick’s Church, St. Mary's Church,  and St. Vincent's Church.  I also attended the

All Saints Academy youth group at St. Mary's Rectory.  I played basketball for All Saints Academy and although I was not that good at first, I became All Saints Academy's leading scorer in the 1993-1994 season under Coach Sweeney.  My mother, Norma Ramirez, now  a Spanish teacher and 1st Vice President of the Poughkeepsie Public Schools Teachers Association at Poughkeepsie Middle School, was a Math, Spanish, and Religion teacher at All Saints Academy.  My brother, Michael Ramirez, now a New York State Trooper Investigator, also attended All Saints Academy.  Our time at All Saints Academy, growing up in the church, and having great influential people in our lives has helped propel us into our successful career paths and has helped us maintain our humanitarian outlook on life.  I visit Corning occasionally and I always make it a point to pass by the school to reminisce of my childhood days there.  


Kevin Donovan, ASA Graduate, 2006

The two biggest things that I took away from All Saints Academy were the importance of faith and the importance of preparation.  All Saints Academy does a great job focusing on creating a well-rounded student.  Besides focusing hard on the academics, students say a prayer every morning and every afternoon and incorporates a Religion class to learn more about our faith.  This has become such an important part of my life; that part of the reason I chose to go to Notre Dame College-Ohio was because it was a small Catholic college that does remind me of All Saints Academy.  Another big thing I took away from All Saints Academy was the importance of preparation.  Not just the importance of preparation for classes, but also in athletics and in life. I can remember Mr. Ketchum's famous phrase "If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail."  This phrase has reminded me to work hard for what I want otherwise things aren't going to go the way I would like.  The bottom line is that All Saints Academy offers a family and faith oriented school that focuses on creating well rounded students to do the best they can.


Lauren Woglom, ASA Graduate, 2003

All Saints education has been an invaluable part of my life. I began an incredible adventure as a teacher with Teach For America, an organization dedicated to fighting educational inequity by employing teachers in some of the areas of greatest need in our country.  It is a job that has simultaneously been challenging and rewarding, devastating and inspirational.  Experiencing the reality that my students face every day has provided me with the unique opportunity to reflect on the education that I received growing up, both at school and at home, and every day I am thankful for the love, support and high expectations that defined my education starting when I was a young student. 


Miss Betty Ferratella, St. Mary's Graduate

Miss Ferratella is a proud graduate of St. Mary's School. Besides being alumni, Miss Ferratella taught at St. Mary's, Catholic School South, and All Saints Academy. Having taught many years, Miss Ferratella has touched the lives of many community members. Miss Ferratella is an anchor to the past and a symbol of lifelong commitment to Catholic education in All Saints Parish.