"The spirit of Union Catholic has always been one of community. I had a wonderful high school experience at UC and made some lifelong friends. I wouldn't trade it for anything!"

–Paula Podstawski Mullaly 68

Images of Union Catholic Community
Class Notes

Class Notes are your way to keep up with fellow alumni from Union Catholic High School. You may submit your own class note by sending information to the Alumni Office at or mail to 1600 Martine Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.

In addition to the website, Alumni Notes are also printed yearly in the alumni magazine and features can be found in our e-newsletter UC News and View. We look forward to hearing from you! (Due to limited space, Alumni Notes may be edited.)

Dan Studney '84 is a Co-Writer of major motion picture Jack the Giant Slayer

Read below for our interview with Dan, a UC alum who values his memories and experiences at Union Catholic and who has had some pretty unique experiences since graduation!

What was your experience like at UC and how did it influence where you are now in life?
My experience at UC was nothing short of life changing. It was like a second home. You cou...Read More

Dr. Kathleen Donohue Rennie '83 New Jersey's Public Relations Professional of the Year

Dr. Kathleen Donohue Rennie '83, Assistant Professor of Public Relations at Seton Hall University and Partner of the McGraw Group, was recently named Public Relations Professional of the Year by the New Jersey chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Since graduating from Union Catholic, Kathy received her B.A. in Communication and English from Rutgers University, her M.A. in Corporate ...Read More

Bill Muzychko '74 One of the East Coast's Largest Fig Producers

Bill Muzychko '74 has a unique occupation: he is a fig farmer in Hunterdon County, NJ. After retiring from a career in finance, Bill decided that banking was not going to be "it" for him. One day, as he was driving along through Hunterdon County, he saw a man selling fig trees and bought two. This started him on a long, but peaceful, journey to where he is now, as one of the East Coast's largest f...Read More