Advancement Office


The Xavier Advancement Office would like to thank our donors who contribute to the Xavier High School community! 

Xavier is supported by the generosity of alumni, parents, grandparents, students and friends through a variety of ways.The purpose of the Advancement Office is to secure financial resources and other support for the school and enhance alumni relations while advancing the mission of Xavier.

Xavier is not known for standing still. We are committed to fostering the spiritual, academic and physical growth of our students. We are committed to giving them the best resources possible so they can realize their God-given talents and reach their full potential.

From our alumni golf tournament (which in 2019 raised more than $75,000 for financial aid) to our many endowed scholarships (one recipient saying, “I will push to be the best version of myself on a daily basis.”), your generosity plays out in real life.

Our annual drive funds many things that make Xavier a special place, one that helps send graduates out to the world prepared to respond to the Christian call of our school motto, “Be a Man.”

Elizabeth Whitty is the advancement director. She is a 1975 graduate of Mercy High School and a 1979 graduate of Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She also has a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Wesleyan University in 2010.

Whitty is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Planned Giving Group of Connecticut. She has more than 30 years of experience in strategic planning, advancement and program development.

“Having graduated from Mercy, I feel fortunate to be back in Middletown working to support this mission-driven community emphasizing service and spiritual growth,” Whitty says.

Whitty can be reached at 860-346-7735 or The Associate Director of Advancement is Greg Jaskot '00.

He can be reached at 860-346-7735 or

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