Academics

The School Day

Following is a combined view of the typical Bell Schedule and Daily Order. Specifics for each school day are included in the online school calendar, in the Daily Order calendar contained in the right-hand column of this page and in the school calendar on the Documents & Forms webpage.

Monday
 
Tuesday
 
Wednesday
 
Thursday
 
Friday
8:05
Bell
  8:05
Bell
  8:05
Bell *
  8:05
Bell
  8:05
Bell
8:15 Period 1   8:15 Period 1   8:15
Activity *
  8:15 Period 1   8:15 Period 3
9:05 Bell   9:05 Bell   8:50 Bell   9:05 Bell   9:05 Bell
9:15 Period 2   9:15
Period 7   9:00 Homeroom/
Examen
  9:15
Period 4
  9:15
Period 4
10:05 Break   10:05 Break   9:15 Bell   10:05 Break   10:05 Bell
10:15 Bell   10:15 Bell   9:25 Period 1   10:15 Bell   10:15 Period 5
10:20 Period 3   10:20 Period 2   10:15 Break   10:20 Period 5   11:05 Break
11:10 Bell   11:10 Bell   10:25 Bell   11:10 Bell   11:25 Bell
11:20 Period 4   11:20 Period 3   10:30 Period 6   11:20 Period 6   11:30 Period 6
12:10
Lunch   12:10 Lunch   11:20 Bell   12:10 Lunch   12:20 Bell
12:50 Bell   12:50 Bell   11:30 Period 7   12:50 Bell   12:30 Period 7
12:55 Period 5   12:55 Period 4   12:20 Lunch   12:55 Period 7   1:20 Dismissal
1:45 Bell   1:45 Bell   12:55 Bell   1:45 Bell      
1:55 Period 6   1:55 Period 5   1:00 Period 2   1:55 Period 2      
2:45 Dismissal   2:45 Dismissal   1:50 Bell   2:45 Dismissal      
            2:00 Period 3            
          2:50 Dismissal            

  *    Applicable when an activity such as a liturgy or assembly is noted in the school calendar.

Helpful Hints:
  • Daily Order abbreviations, as included in the school calendar:
    A = Assembly; CD = Club Day; ED = Evacuation Drill; H = Homeroom; L = Liturgy; PS = Prayer Service
  • Homeroom (H) is only referenced in the Daily Order when all students report to homeroom.
  • Liturgies and Assemblies are examples of "Activities"
  • Reviewing the details of the day included in the calendar along with the Daily Order will help you determine the timing of the day for your son(s). For example, when the Daily Order says L - 1 - 6 - 7 - 2- 3 and the calendar includes "Sophomore Class Liturgy", sophomores will begin their day at 8:05 with the bell, followed by the Activity (in this case, a liturgy) at 8:15; whereas the school day for freshmen, juniors and seniors will begin with the bell at 9:15 and Period 1 at 9:25.
  • The Bell Schedule may change from the norm referenced above. Be sure to check the school calendar and/or Daily Connection for updates.

Academic Calendar - Daily Order

Wed Sep20

H-1-7-Club Day-2-3

Thu Sep21

1-4-5-6-7-2

Fri Sep22

Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors: AP/Honors Drop Period Ends

3-4-5-6-7

iCal
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Library Hours

The Mathewson Library is open from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday - Thursday, and 7:30 am to 3:00 pm on Fridays and other days with early dismissal.  Exceptions to these hours are noted in the Daily Announcements.

Academic News

  • Pravin Ravishanker, 2017 US Presidential Scholar

    Pravin Ravishanker Named 2017 Presidential Scholar

    Posted May 24, 2017

    Pravin Ravishanker '17 was recently named a 2017 US Presidential Scholar by the US Department of Education and the Commission on Presidential Scholars. He is one of 161 students from across the country to receive the award.

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  • Bells Recognized as National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists

    Posted February 23, 2017

    Sixteen seniors were named as National Merit Scholarship Program finalists, and as such, are now under consideration to receive scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).

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  • Pravin Ravishanker, Kevin Chang and Arvind Sridhar, 2017 Regeneron STS Scholars

    Bells Recognized as Regeneron STS Scholars

    Posted January 16, 2017

    Seniors Kevin Chang, Pravin Ravishanker and Arvind Sridhar are among 300 students nationwide to be named Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) 2017 Scholars. The competition, a program of Society for Science & the Public, is considered the nation’s most prestigious pre-college science competition.

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