OC Register: Scholar-Athlete a Superstar in the Classroom

Sam Inman was quarterback of JSerra Catholic High School’s football team and a midfielder on its lacrosse team, which two weeks ago won the school’s first divisional championship in any sport. But his biggest accomplishment didn’t occur on JSerra’s $40-million athletic fields.

Sam Inman
Sam Inman

Inman, who graduates Saturday with a 4.4 GPA, was an even bigger superstar in the classroom. The Laguna Niguel resident was the first boy in JSerra’s six-year history to be voted salutatorian by the senior class.

The Orange County Register published a Q&A with Inman today on its Web site.

The University of Arizona-bound scholar-athlete says he was very happy with his decision to attend JSerra.

To read the interview, click here.

OC Register: JSerra’s New CEO is Inspired to Make a Difference

What’s it like to be at the helm of such a prestigious institution?

Frank Talarico
Frank Talarico
An Orange County Register reporter recently posed the question – and several others – to JSerra Catholic High School’s new President and CEO Frank Talarico.

“In a word, humbling,” Talarico answered.

The Q&A was published yesterday on the Register’s Web site.

Click here to read the entire interview.

And click here to read Talarico’s column, “JSerra Comes of Age,” which was published in the current edition of the Capistrano Dispatch.