Familiar Face Joins St. Patrick Catholic High School Administration

BILOXI, Miss. – St. Patrick Catholic High School has hired Aaron Hommell as its new Director of Public Relations. Hommell will be responsible for all public relations, marketing, alumni relations, social media, and coordinating events with the Foundation of St. Patrick.

Hommell has spent the last three years as a volunteer in varied roles around campus as an assistant coach for the football team, a coach of the mock trial team, and public address announcer at home basketball and baseball games.

“I am excited to take my stress relieving ‘passion’ and make it my profession. I believe that St. Patrick is a special place and only hope I can reflect the spirit, drive, and conviction of our students, faculty, and alumni as I assume this role,” said Hommell.

Hommell is a native of Greenwood, Indiana and attended Roncalli High School before graduating from Franklin College of Indiana with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism. Following undergrad, he enrolled and graduated from Mississippi College School of Law. Most recently, Hommell has lead a state wide law practice out of his Gulfport office for nearly the past five years.

“I am excited to have Mr. Hommell join our excellent team of committed faculty and staff members here at St. Patrick Catholic High School. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, and I am confident that he will be a great addition to our leadership team and our school,” said Principal Dr. Matt Buckley.


St. Patrick Catholic High School is a faith-based, college preparatory high school in Biloxi, Mississippi. Established in 2007, St. Patrick is the premier secondary educational institution in South Mississippi and strives each day to Educate Scholars, Train Disciples, and Support Champions. St. Patrick is proud to report a 100% college matriculation rate, ACT and SAT scores that far exceed the state and national averages, and a rich history of Catholic education founded in the traditional roots of our legacy schools of St. John High School, Mercy Cross High School, Notre Dame High School, and Sacred Heart Academy.