Charlie Saulino

Charlie Saulino Scholarship

We continue to invite the Regis Jesuit Community to extend 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 have chosen to express our appreciation by honoring him with this year’s LARK Paddle Raiser supporting the Charlie Saulino Scholarship.

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

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Ralph Taylor, English Teacher - BD

"Charlie Saulino is an easy man to respect, like and admire; but he is not an easy man to talk about. Charlie is a private person who keeps many things to himself, but not his generosity, intelligence, compassion and courage. He has blessed Regis Jesuit as a teacher, a coach, an administrator and most of all as a colleague and friend. The tall kid from Mt. Carmel is one of the big reasons Regis Jesuit has been so important in educating the many young men and women who have entrusted us with their education in the most formative years of their lives. When I think of Charlie I see a firm and effective teacher, an idealistic and empathetic principal, a fellow teacher who for years has driven a long distance every day to honor us with his presence. From the depths of my heart, THANK YOU, Charlie."

Matthew High '08

"Charlie Saulino had an amazing impact on me as a future Man for Others. I attended Regis Jesuit from 2004-08, but was first introduced to Coach Saulino at the Regis Jesuit basketball camps with Coach Gold all throughout my Catholic middle school days. My first introduction to Mr. Saulino was through those basketball camps, were some of my most memorable times growing up. Prior to attending Regis, I remember attending the meetings for prospective students and fondly recall Mr. Saulino giving those information sessions with such lofty expectations of what Regis men were all about! My most lasting memory will always be of him shaking hands with all of the students every morning and afternoon as we entered and exited the building. I can't believe he never had a sick day after shaking so many hands! Something so simple as shaking hands left a lasting impact on me and many of my fellow brothers. I truly appreciate everything Mr. Saulino did for me and helped me realize! I wish him the best and can never possibly thank him enough, but will gladly show my appreciation through the scholarship in his name." 

Caleb Meyer '93

"Throughout the years of his dedicated service to Regis, its students and community, Mr. Saulino has been a rock – something I know firsthand. During a basketball practice one day, I had the unfortunate experience of colliding with Mr. Saulino on the court during a scrimmage. Despite breaking his ribs and his leg, Mr. Saulino never skipped a beat. He continued with practice and never even hinted he was injured. It wasn’t until the next day when he showed up at school wearing a cast that anyone realized the extent of his injury. His perseverance and dedication to finish that practice was a reflection of the dedication he offered Regis his entire career. Thank you for all your years of commitment and care to the Regis community!"

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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