Colts Parent Club

Parents of current DeSales students are very important members of the DeSales community. It is through a parent's involvement and guidance that a student is ultimately successful in his high school experience. DeSales fosters a working partnership between faculty, staff, administration and the parent to provide a seamless, disciplined, faith-driven network of support to the student.

Parents are encouraged to take an active role in the life of the school through volunteer opportunities and fundraising activities. These events are invaluable for meeting other parents and for making a difference in the success of school efforts. Past parents also continue to be a critical part of the fabric of the DeSales High community.

Mission
The Colts Parent Club is an organization for the men and women of DeSales High School, established to provide support for the students, parents, faculty, and staff of DeSales.  Moms and dads, aunts and uncles, grandmothers and grandfathers are all welcomed to be a part of this group at DeSales. 

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Get Involved
Get Involved with the Colts Parent ClubDeSales appreciates the gift of time and talent of parents.  Countless volunteers provide invaluable assistance throughout the year for DeSales events.  Opportunities exist within athletics, in fundraising events, and in student events. 
 
 
 
 
For More Information about the Colts Parent Club
Rob Weikert
(502) 883-4931

 
Colts Parent Club Board & Representatives

Co-Presidents: James and Kim Atkinson '87 (Jimmy '22)
Co Vice-Presidents: Toni Glover (James '23)
Secretary: Erica Jackson (Michael '21)
Membership Coordinator/Communications:  Natalie & Shawn Price '92 (Garrett '23)

Parent Class Representatives 
Freshmen: Amanda & Doug Randol '98 (Carson '24)
Sophomore: Bethany & Rick Adkins (Kaleb '23)
Junior: Rick & Sandy Clark (Beau '22)
Senior: Michelle Harper (Zach ’21), Casey Schneider (Sekou ’21), Sonya and Lee Smith (Josh ’21)