The Ignite Tomorrow, Today Capital Campaign for Clearwater Central Catholic High School will transform CCC into a thriving academic campus, preparing students for innovative, collaborative and entrepreneurial futures. Encompassing 53,000 square feet, our new academic facilities will increase the number of classrooms, strengthen campus security, incorporate flexible learning spaces, and expand the use of educational technology. A new chapel, the visual symbol of our Christ-centered teachings, will provide our students a profound experience of community.

People invest in strength and CCC is stronger than ever. Our students are better prepared and more ambitious than ever. The Ignite Tomorrow, Today campaign will enable us to harness the power of your generosity to continue preparing our students for a challenging global society. Our future, our students’ futures, will be unprecedented. Unparalleled!

Your support is critical to our success and we invite you to be involved. The cost associated with this transformation requires us to challenge our alumni, parents and benefactors to be even more generous than in our past. It is our hope that after prayer and discussion you will support the Ignite Tomorrow, Today Capital Campaign for Clearwater Central Catholic High School.

See below for the detailed plan and a list of early donors to the campaign.


Pay homage to your time at CCC or honor your family’s legacy at CCC with a commitment to name
a building, space or classroom. Click for a list of available naming opportunities or call Beth Lani to
discuss an alternate suggestion.

Your commitment may be fulfilled as a single gift
or with several payments as defined by you over a period of up to five years.

Download Letter of Intent
and return to Clearwater Central Catholic High School
2750 Haines Bayshore Road, Clearwater, FL 33776

Contact Beth Lani, 727-531-1449, ext. 319

Interested in joining our campaign team as a member of the Campaign Leadership Committee or an Alumni Class Rep? Contact Campaign Manager Beth Lani, or (727) 531-1449, ext. 319.


While we recognize that appearances matter in a competitive environment, our
aim isn’t simply to create a new and shiny campus. Rather, our vision addresses
creating the space and providing the resources necessary to continue preparing
our students for the most challenging and goal-oriented steps in their academic
and personal development.
                                                                                   Dr. John A. Venturella, President

A phased approach to this ambitious building project was deliberately planned to minimize the impact
on our students, faculty and staff. This plan will allow education to continue without the use of
portable classrooms during construction.

Completed October 2018

Continuing CCC’s commitment to body as well as mind and spirit, the new Athletic Field House opened in October 2018. A gift from an anonymous donor, this contemporary space provides additional classroom space, an unrivaled football locker room, athletic offices, trainer’s room, equipment storage and an improved fan experience with new concessions and restrooms.

This project included the installation of a new scoreboard and the naming of the stadium in memory of CCC alumnus James Brian Thomas ’81, as well as the April 2019 Installation of a new stadium entrance gate and arch.

Completed: April 2019

In July, the Notre Dame building was demolished to make way for the first wing of the Learning and Achievement Center. With completion expected in April 2019, this wing will house ten contemporary classrooms equipped with updated technology in flexible learning environments.

The Joe and Jo Ann White Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI), housed in Wing 1 will serve as an incubator for innovative and entrepreneurial ideas facilitating independent study as well as collaborative learning. The CEI also will provide state-of-the art technology fostering creativity, experimentation, entrepreneurship and mentoring.

Expected completion: December 2019

In May, the Larkin Building will come down to make way for the Leadership Center housing offices, meeting rooms and work spaces for the school’s administrative, academic, religious studies, student and alumni leadership. Located at the school’s main entrance, the Leadership Center will provide visible, controlled, secure access to campus.

Expected completion: September 2020

Upon completion of the Leadership Center, we will bid a fond farewell to the Hurley Building, CCC’s first building, and begin construction on the final classroom wing of the Learning and Achievement Center. With fourteen new classrooms, this wing will provide the flexible learning spaces and educational technology necessary to help our students prepare for and thrive in college and the workplace.

Construction of this wing will also involve relocating the school’s main entry drive and faculty/visitor parking to ease traffic for drop-off and pick-up of students and improve visibility of the campus entry point from the street.

Expected completion: TBD

The spiritual center of our campus, the 135-seat Chapel will provide our students with space for class retreats, athletic and small group prayer services, and individual reflection. The Chapel will give our students and greater CCC family, Catholic and non-Catholic alike, a profound experience of community.


(Naming recognition in parenthesis.)

Gifts of $2,000,000 or more

(James Brian Thomas Stadium)

Gifts of $1,000,000 -$1,999,999

Roz and Dan Doyle, Sr.
Jo Ann and Joe White
(Joe & Jo Ann White Center for
Entrepreneurship & Innovation)

Gifts of $500,000 – $999,999

Diocese of St. Petersburg, Bishop Gregory L. Parkes
Riley Family Foundation
(Riley Family Center for Entrepreneurial Collaboration,
Riley Family Stadium Plaza)

Gifts of $250,000 – $499,999

Gifts of $100,000 – $249,999

Dawn Doganiero and Blake Doganiero ‘04
(Phil Doganiero Weight Room)
Foley Family—Mark Foley ’83, Chris Foley ’92
and Carol and Michael Foley
(Foley Family Alumni Leadership Conference Room)
Angela and Kevin Hawkins
(Crown Auto Center for Technology & Computer Studies,
Hawkins Family Creativity Center)

HGBrown Family Foundation
(Diane F. & Herbert G. Brown Hall for Religious Studies)
Kristin and Thomas Osypka
(Osypka Family Achievement Center)
Rosemary Piazza and Angela and Steve Piazza ‘83
(Rosemary and John Pizza, Sr. English Classroom,
Angela and Steve Piazza ’83 Center for Collaborative Learning)

White Family Foundation
(White Family Foundation Hall for English Studies)

Gifts of $50,000 – $99,999

(Faculty Lounge in Honor of Principal James W. Deputy)
The Cunzolo Family
Barbara and Frank Murphy, III
Noyes Family Foundation
(Noyes Family Plaza)
Kathleen and Ronald Perrott
(Perrott Family Inspiration Studios)
Sandra Ruppel
(George & Sandra Ruppel and Family Learning Center)
Kim (Ruppel ’82) and Frank Seidl ’82
(Frank & Kim Seidl and Family Alumni Mentorship Center)

Gifts of $10,000 – $49,999

Denise and Norman Abbott
Joe Belfiore ‘86
Mary Jo and Herman Brames
(Mathematics Classroom)
Jennifer (Hauck ’89) and Brian Brannock ‘87
David Degitz ‘88
Stacie and John Dunphy
Richard Falls
Megan Fite
(in memory of Robert Haumschild ‘74)
Florida Metal Services
Laura and Ned Gaffney
Michael T. Gibson, P.A. ‘98
(Head Football Coach’s Office)
Dushyant Gulati
Ellen Hardgrave
Debi and Kenneth Jewell ‘85
Sarah and Daryle Jones
Isabella and A. Ryan Lahuti
Janet and Richard Long
Agnia and Michael McGinn
Olivia Strong! The Minutolo Family
(Creativity Studio)
John Miotke ‘82
(Dean for Learning & Achievement Office)
Janice and Krokor Mouradian
(Learning Specialist/Center for Learning)
Dawn and John Orrick
Carol and Christopher Purcell
Anne and John (Jack) Sheehan
Kelly and Austin Simmons
Kathleen and Jonathan Turner
John A. Venturella
William Venturella
Stephanie and Dan Wheeler

Gifts of $1,000 – $9,999

Adriana and Brian Anderson
Janet Ashe
Baywest Health & Rehab, LLC
Avery Brooks ‘20
Bailey Brooks ‘18
Kristen and Shannon Brooks
Kimberly and Steven Cass
Scott Coletti
Carl Cramb ‘77
Louise and Luigi Del Basso
Kristi and James Deputy
Carrie Stec and Craig Eihl
Janis and William Elliott
Kay and John Estock
Judy and Michael Eurton
Ganson-Westine-Gualtieri Family
Cheri and James Gariboldi ‘85
Enrique Garza-Benevides
Toni (Hull) ‘64 and Tony Granese ‘64
Alison (Keweshan ’93) and Jason Howard
& Jackson ’19, Keegan ’22 and Ridley Howard
Catherine Kaiser ‘64
Susan and William Keweshan
Tyler and Christopher Kornatowski
Dawn and Dean Koutroumanis
Beth and Ed Lani
Molly and Clark Lea, Sr.
Julie and Greg Levy
Susan and David Maynard
Theresa and Richard McKeon
Ashley and David Neal
Daisy Reyes and Ricardo Negron
Sharon (Cole ’65) and George Noorigian ‘64
Ashley Norus ‘14
Bernadette and Kevin Norus
Emma Norus ‘21
Meaghan Norus ‘16
Regi O’Brien
Catherine and Raymond Porcelli
Kim and Rob Quick
Ann and David Rood
Patricia and Peter Rossi
Nermine and Les Rubin
Denise and Patrick Sanders
Gina and David Schell
Lara and Glenn Shane
Ari and Ken Solis
Lori and Ronald Spoor
Brianna and Daniel Tesar
Victoria and Timothy Vaughan
Anthony Venturella
Wal-Mark Contracting Group
Danielle (Saunders) Walsh
(in honor of Richard Saunders)
Kelli and Scott Weber
Iliana and Corey Wells
Monica (Meyers) Woolmer ‘80

Gifts up to $1,000

Martha and Les Agres
Laura (Poliquin) Badertscher ‘90
Michael Baralt ‘88
Bay Pediatrics, PA
Amy and Daniel Belcher
Melissa Bishop
Veronique and Michael Botouroglou
Christina and Daniel Brown
Sally (Piazza) Burks ‘81
Wendy Carpenter
Gerald Cavallaro ‘74
Miguel and Andrea Celis
Daniel Colleton ‘94
Kelli and Richard Cross
Shannon (Souza) ’91 and Brian Crown ‘91
Stephanie Cruz ‘12
Elisa and Thaddeus Czyzewski
Paulee (Coughlin ’87) and Phillip Day
Msgr. Stanley Deptula ‘88
Thomas Dunn ‘64
Pam Dzierzanowski ‘86
East Lake Pediatrics, P.A.
Robin (Allen) ’95 and Jeffrey Elliott ’95
Christine and John Gallo
Kira and Jonathan Garland
Oenia Giddens
David Gifford ‘68
Nadine (Corbo) Graves ‘86
Susan and William Habert
David Habib ‘11
Brett Hayman
Diana (Hay) Helinger ‘81
Christine (Ware ‘86) and Alan Hamacher
Karen and Joe Hanzal
Brett Hayman
Diana Hay Helinger ‘81
Amanda (Strickland ’03) and Dustin Henderson ‘03
Danielle and Cian Hickey
Claudia and John Hincapie
JoAnne and Jay Hopkins
Leah Huber
Jack Joyner Heating & Air
Beth and Michael Jordan
Leah Kelly
Ross Kimura
Diane (Friederich ’80) and Geof Kledzik
Nancy and Michael Koletsos
Ellen and Stephan Leger
Jason Lorenzetti ‘99
Mark Lorenzetti
Flutura and Ferdinand Lulaj
Magnificat Holdings dba Yo Mama’s Foods
Thomas Maher
Karen McGraw
Andrew Mongelluzzi ‘93
(in memory of Jimmy White)
Alexia (Smith) Moore ‘88
Laurie (Friederich) Moyson ‘82
Monica (Carollo ’86) and Mark Murack
Thomas “T.J.” Murphy ‘73
Kathleen Kay Nichols ’77 and Family
Andrea Obenland
Michelle and Neil O’Brien ‘94
Suzanne O’Connor ‘14
Melissa and Brian Pachmayer
Angie Panaro
Angela and Steven Paul ‘75
Kathleen Shea Pedrero ‘79
Michael Pennie ‘90
Sarah and John Prunoske
Michael Purcell ‘12
Amie and John Quattrocki
Anita and Rob Ramaciere
Julie and Bart Roberson
Kathryn and Charles Robinson
St. Petersburg Fire Protection
Erika and Andy Shannon
Catherine Cano Smith ‘03
Stephen Smith ‘93
Wondel Smith, Jr.
Camille and José Sosa
Kellie (Lee ’95) and Michael Spearman
Julanne Speer
James Spencer
Carolyn and Mark Sramek
Kathryn and Jeff Stone
Amy (Madden ’07) and Seth Swisher
Ann and Walter Tarcza
Msgr. David Toups ‘89
Jennifer (Remming) Tremblay ‘84
Trio Plus Painting, Inc.
Vicki and Timothy Vaughan
Christine and William Warren
Emily and Anthony Watson
Mary (Madden ’74) and Butch Weber
Rachel Wells
Ramona and Gunner Williams
Charles Yomant ‘78

Beth Lani
Associate Director of Advancement
Ignite Tomorrow, Today Campaign Manager
(727) 531-1449, ext. 319