BCACS Basketball Roundup: Back to school and back to hoops

By: Abbie Lahr, Class of 2019 School started up with many positives on the court and off. The second semester just started up making this season special for seniors while time is closing in quickly. In this week’s BCACS Basketball Roundup, I have the top players of...

St. Joseph Middle School’s thriving math culture

St. Joseph Middle School has a strong math culture, and there are many ways to prove it. Math teacher Molly Williamson’s popular MATHCOUNTS program, moved from an after-school group to a quarter-class this year, continuing her mission to “inspire kids to love math, to...

Drawdown is here! Sign up to help and attend

Full House Drawdown is a fundraiser which benefits our BCACS safety and athletic programs. The evening of fun includes casino-type games, a delicious menu, open bar, silent auction AND the chance to win many cash prizes, including the grand prize of $5,000! Ticket...

Free STJ basketball clinic for 2nd-8th graders

St Joseph School Basketball Skills and Drills Who: 2nd – 8th Grade Boys and Girls When: 9:00 to 10:00 am Saturdays, January 12th, 19th, and 26th; February 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd Where: St Joseph Gymnasium What: St Philip Boys and Girls Varsity and Junior Varsity...

New fundraiser needs planners

Please join us for a planning meeting for our first ever Smoking in the Creek BBQ Contest. The event will raise money for St. Joseph Preschool, Elementary, and Middle School as well as St. Philip High School. Learn details about this event, share your input and see...

A lighter suitcase and a fuller heart

St. Philip High School senior Irene Hibbard has three sisters at home, and a few dozen more in La Ceja, Colombia. The Colombian “sisters”, however, are Catholic nuns. The Hibbard family’s relationship with the convent at La Ceja began when their oldest daughter...

An anonymous sign of Christ’s love

St. Joseph first-grade teacher Amy Doyle had a reason for sharing her favorite book “Everybody Can Help Somebody” by Ron Hall and Denver Moore with her students. “I read it to the kids to build a sense of the fact that there are people right here in our community who...

An instant shot of Christmas Spirit

One of the blessings of being a Catholic school is having a Christ-centered Christmas will all the joy and tradition. And that tradition includes Christmas Trees. This year two trees stood in our St. Joseph Elementary School, but they weren’t decked with bells, bulbs,...

BCACS Basketball Roundup: Christmas Edition

By: Abbie Lahr, Class of 2019 Was that a sleigh bell I hear? Oh, no it was just the whistle again. This week’s roundup will look a bit different. I will break down what happened in the games, the top players, and the new averages. Varsity Boys Basketball Our varsity...
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