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  • Cast List Set for The Coward

    Posted March 16, 2017

    Forty-three students auditioned for our spring comedy, The Coward, and the cast has been set by director Peter Canavese.

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  • Wojcik WCAL's Co-Player of the Year

    Angelo Athens, First Team WCAL, and Jake Wojcik, WCAL Co-Player of the Year, with Fr. Shinney before a home game
    Posted March 3, 2017

    On the heels of a perfect 14-0 league season, and garnering the West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) championship, junior Jake Wojcik has been named the WCAL's basketball co-player of the year.

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  • Sridhar '17 Receives Volunteer Service Awards

    Arvind Sridhar '17, Prudential Spirit of Community Award & President's Volunteer Service Award Honoree
    Posted February 27, 2017

    For the second time in as many years, senior Arvind Sridhar has been honored for his exemplary volunteer service with a Certificate of Excellence from the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, and with a President's Volunteer Service Award, granted on behalf of the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation.

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  • Basketball Clinches WCAL Title for First Time in 16 Years

    Bellarmine Basketball, 2017 WCAL Champions
    Posted February 16, 2017

    For the first time since 2001, the Bells clinched the West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) championship title, with a home court win against Valley Christian on February 15.

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  • Kristina Luscher Accepts Position as Principal of BCP

    Kristina Luscher, Principal of Bellarmine College Preparatory
    Posted January 30, 2017

    After a nationwide search and a very comprehensive process, Kristina Luscher has accepted the offer to become Bellarmine’s next Principal. She assumes the position effective immediately.

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  • Lenten Resources

    Looking for online resources to help you through your Lenten journey?

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  • Bells Recognized as National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists

    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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  • VEX Teams Compete in Google Starstruck Tournament

    Five VEX, i.e., small robot, teams competed in the Google Starstruck Tournament on January 22. The competition was held at Google in Mountain View, and included 36 teams from across northern California. Team 254A - Manu Kumar and Andy Herbert - received the Excellence Award, which qualifies them for the state tournament next month.

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  • CA Math League Competition Results

    Each year, Bellarmine students have the opportunity to participate in California Math League (CAML) competitions, a series of six math contests designed to promote the enjoyment and study of mathematics. The high school competitions include six problems, with each correct answer earning one point. To date, with two tests completed, Bellarmine's cumulative leader is senior Kevin Chang, who has successfully earned a perfect score of six in each test.

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President's Newsletter

  • March 2017

    Dear Parents,

    Father Mario Prietto, S.J., our Jesuit Superior, recently gave me a book called Daily Reflections for Lent by Sister Genevieve Glen, OSB. It is a terrific little book, and has been really good for my prayer during this Lenten Season.

    Last Wednesday’s entry about that day’s reading from the Gospel of Luke has particularly stuck with me. It seems to be one of Jesus’ more harsh statements, as He says, “This generation is an evil generation; it seeks a sign, but no sign will be given it, except the sign of Jonah” (Luke 11:29). I had always taken this passage to be a bit of foreshadowing that Jesus is providing about His own death, but haven’t understood why He seems to be particularly upset with people.

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B: Prayerful

  • New Life

    God of mercy, you ask only that we place our trust in you, but it is hard to let go of the worries and fears that crowd our thoughts and constrict our hearts. Help us to surrender it all to you, to give up the illusion of control and go from barren to bursting with new life. Amen.

Events

Wed Mar29

H-1-5-BO-BO-6

Summit Week

Frosh-Soph Track vs. Valley Christian(Game)

Location: Home
3:00 PM

Varsity Track vs. Valley Christian(Game)

Location: Home
3:00 PM

JV Golf vs. Palma High School(Game) at (San Jose Country Club)

Location: HOME
4:00 PM

Freshman Volleyball vs. Menlo-Atherton High School(Game)

Location: AWAY
4:30 PM
Thu Mar30

7-2-BO-BO-3-4

Summit Week

JV Tennis vs. Archbishop Riordan(Game) at (Wallenberg Park)

Location: HOME
3:30 PM

Varsity Tennis vs. Archbishop Riordan(Game) at (Golden Gate Park)

Location: AWAY
3:30 PM

JV Volleyball vs. Junipero Serra(Game)

Location: HOME
4:30 PM

Varsity Volleyball vs. Junipero Serra(Game)

Location: HOME
6:00 PM

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