The voices of Homecoming 2017

Today’s BCACS Blog takes a first-person look at Homecoming Week 2017. Forget the dress code Spirit Week was a little like Halloween. Each class was given a decade. Each day was given a theme for which the students dressed according to their decade’s interpretation....

The classroom of service

“I will demonstrate my faith to you from my works.” James 2.18 There was a lot of work to do on the St. Joseph Parish grounds before Superfest opened. Amid the thuds of hammers and the buzz of drills was the sound of laughter. Fresh from school Mass, St. Joseph...

Need a Buddy? Take a seat.

There are three benches on the St. Joseph playground, but the yellow one is special. If you need a friend, you take a seat. St. Joseph Elementary Preschool and TK teacher Amiee Downey first saw a Buddy Bench during her family vacation in Holland. Children sat there if...

A family affair for over 100 years

St. Philip High School’s centennial has inspired alumni to celebrate their history. But what about St. Philip’s future alumni? “As adults, we’re all talking about this and celebrating it, but the kids who are here need to appreciate it,” Kyra Rabbitt, St. Philip...

More circumstance than pomp

The Class of 2017 will graduate the first Sunday in June. The official kickoff, however, was the fourth Wednesday in May, when the seniors, their parents, and the entire school gathered to celebrate the Baccalaureate Mass and Honors Convocation. It’s more circumstance...
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