Charlie Saulino

Charlie Saulino Scholarship

We invite the Regis Jesuit Community in extending best wishes to Charlie Saulino, a true Man with and for Others, as he begins his retirement this summer. Charlie has impacted decades of students in his 47 years as a teacher—36 of them here at Regis Jesuit. Over the years, Charlie has served our community as a teacher, coach, principal, and administrator. 

We are humbled by Charlie’s years of commitment to our students and wish to express our appreciation by honoring him with this year’s LARK Paddle Raiser supporting the Charlie Saulino Scholarship. Plan to attend this year's LARK Dinner-Auction, antLARKticaon Saturday, April 29, 2017 and raise your paddle high to celebrate Charlie. 

If you were not able to attend this year's LARK, you can still make a donation in honor of Charlie below.


Have a memory of Charlie you would like to share? Connect with us on social media and help spread the word using the hashtag #RJLARK or email Look for shared memories of Charlie in the upcoming months as we prepare for our official celebration at LARK 2017!

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Mike Potter '85

“First, I would like to congratulate Charlie on his retirement. My stories about Charlie are countless (no pun intended) and go way back. After Rev. Joe Snyder had laid a solid foundation in linear algebra, Charlie had to complicate things by adding a vertical axis. To satiate the Great Law of Karma, and to return the favor, I made my Z's look like 2's and my 2's look like Z's, and now we were both confused!

I would be remiss not to mention Bill Gold along with my favorite memories Charlie. In 8th grade, Bill and Charlie ran a wonderful basketball camp at St. Catherine's. I learned more about basketball and Wooden's Pyramid of Success that I still use to this day. A lasting quote from the camp was: ‘Talent is God given, be humble, fame is man given, be grateful, and conceit is self-given, be careful.’ Thanks Charlie."

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