To mark a big anniversary, Regis High School alumni rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Those gathered included Time Warner Cable CFO Arthur Minson, as well as the school's president and current students, who were excited to herald the school's 100th year.
Regis is the only all-scholarship Catholic school in the country.
"What better place to do that in New York than right in the heart of New York, the Stock Exchange," said the Rev. Philip Judge, president of Regis High School.
"It was about bringing the Regis community together and kind of celebrating what we've done and what we can continue to do for the next 100 years," said Monserrate de Leon, a student at Regis High School.
"Celebrating, looking back to all the years and to all the young men who've passed through Regis' doors," said John White, a student at Regis High School.
The event kicks off the school's centennial celebrations, which includes bringing famous alumni back to teach for a day.
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