Screen Shot 2018-06-15 at 11.14.29 AMSince the early 1960s, Saint Viator High School, and for several decades, Sacred Heart of Mary High School annually sent graduates off to college and eventually into careers of all types. The history of our alumni features success stories in medicine, law, the military, public service, and innumerable aspects of business, education, and athletics (read more).

Some success stories are often winding and built on perseverance. Several decades ago, career paths were different. The corporate ladder was to be climbed and great ideas often had to wait their turn. In today’s economy and business climate, entrepreneurship has opened a whole new world of opportunity. Junior executives are an anachronism and 20-something CEOs are leading the way in innovation and new product development.

Dan Klein, (SVHS ‘06) was recently recognized by INC. Magazine for the rapid and successful growth of Tiesta Tea, a company he founded with childhood friend Patrick Tannous while still in college. We invite you to check out the profile of this burgeoning business that Dan has cultivated. We are especially proud of the company’s commitment to giving back, a great example for current and future Lions of how Catholic values and commitment to service can be a part of any successful career.

“How 2 Tea Addicts Took Their Obsession From Farmers’ Markets to 6,500 Stores, Including Costco”