Dr. Peter Mulhern is a Buffalo Native

Dr. Peter Mulhern is a native of Buffalo, New York in the United States, where Peter Mulhern took his primary education, having graduated from Canisius High School. Canisius HS is affiliated with the Jesuit order, a Roman Catholic private school of secondary instruction for boys. With a student to teacher ratio of 11 to 1, Mulhern enjoyed a high level college preparatoy program and finished with the highest grade point average and had the privilege of giving the valedictory address at graduation. Canisius owes its founding to the Jesuits who answered the request of American Bishop John Timon for a Catholic educational institution to be originated in the Western region of New York State to serve the ever-increasing numbers of Europeans settling there.

Canisius High School in Buffalo, New York, in the United States, the alma mater of Dr Peter Mulhern, is named for St. Peter Canisius, a Jesuit educator and scholar in the 16th century. Originally a boarding school until 1908, Canisius College separated from the original facility in 1912 and the high school finally received its independent charter in 1928.

Upon graduation from Canisius High School the future Dr. Peter Mulhern enrolled at the College of the Holy Cross, an undergraduate and private Jesuit institution of learning in Worcester, Massachusetts. Holy Cross is the oldest Catholic college in New England and the only Catholic college to hold a position among the top 50 liberal arts institutions for U.S. News. College of the Holy Cross was established through the determination of Benedict Joseph Fenwick, the second Bishop of Boston, in 1843.

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