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Here at Lancaster Catholic, we are excited to announce our decision to partner with GroupClique, a Michigan-based technology company that has created a desktop and mobile application designed to engage every member of the community by creating a digital network for the purpose of connectivity, commerce, mentorship, and fundraising.

One of my primary responsibilities as the Director of Constituent Relations is to communicate and connect with every member of our community about our shared mission and the progress that we are making on a regular basis.

The adoption of this innovative platform will represent a significant step forward for our school community.  GroupClique will enable us to create our own private, secure online community.  The Catholic High “microcommunity” will contain ONLY members of the Lancaster Catholic family. You will be invited to join over the course of the next several months, or can request an invitation to join on the GroupClique app or website.

By joining our digital community, we expect you to experience the following benefits:

  • Easily connect & communicate with fellow members of the community
  • Hire community members, post resumes, seek jobs & internships
  • Promote your business, service, profession, or products to all members of the community
  • Offer or receive mentoring around topics such as college selection or career advice
  • Immediately access news, information, and calendar events
  • Share news, photos, stories, and congratulations with the larger community
  • Identify & join groups (teams, clubs, classes, organizations), and receive critical information as soon as it’s published
  • Leverage your community relationships for business networking and social purposes


Ajay Chawla, the CEO and founder of GroupClique, was inspired to create this platform because of his Catholic school experience. "Supporting Catholic schools and parishes has always been important to me and I wanted to create a way to make it easier for all of us to support each other in our endeavors,” Chawla said in a recent news release.