A kidney warrior and her angels

The Buckley Family has been on a journey since 2015, which means our BCACS Family has been on a journey, too. The destination: A cure for Nephrotic Syndrome and Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis. Nephrotic Syndrome and FSGS is a rare kidney disorder. Second-grader...

The end of the Mary Rabbitt era

St. Philip was playing in the state volleyball finals at Kellogg Arena, which meant administrative assistant Mary Rabbitt was in front of the student section “making sure they behaved”. An MHSAA official approached Mary and asked if she was a nun....

A garden for Thomas

When our BCACS Family gathered together for a new school year last fall, it was with a heavy heart. Thomas Thang, set to enter second-grade, suffered a swimming accident and passed away on August 1st. A loss like that leaves a hole. Although our family can’t fill that...

Our 2019 Senior Capstone Finalists

Every senior in our three diocesan high schools have one assignment in common – the Senior Capstone. The Senior Capstone journey begins junior year when students select a topic from an approved list based on the Theology curriculum. With help from teachers and...

The power of crayons and books

St. Joseph kindergarten teacher Brooke Schmitz loves the diversity in her classroom. The challenge, however, is fostering inclusion. “There weren’t a lot of books in my classroom that told stories about different cultures or different experiences growing up,” Ms....
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