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  • Pulitzer Prize winner, Viet Nguyen '88, addresses Bellarmine students

    Viet Nguyen '88 Addresses Students, Faculty and Staff During Our First Summit on Human Dignity Assembly of the Year
    Posted October 19, 2017

    When Viet Thanh Nguyen '88 was a student at Bellarmine, he found it challenging to fit in at a school whose student population at the time did not reflect much diversity. “I’m delighted that Bellarmine has transformed,” Nguyen told more than 1600 students, as well as faculty and staff, gathered for a summit assembly the morning of October 18.

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  • Bells Named Semifinalists in Natl Merit Scholarship Program

    Thirteen of Bellarmine's 2018 Natl Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists
    Posted September 28, 2017

    Nineteen Bells were announced as semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship (NMS) Program. Less than one percent of US high school seniors are awarded this status, which is based upon the student's performance in the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

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  • Bellarmine Football: Continuity Builds a Community

    Coach Janda, along with his longtime coaching staff and football alumni, at the Grand Reunion football game (pc: Sheila Collison)
    Posted September 21, 2017

    “The cool thing is you can go to any Bellarmine football player over the past however many years and say, ‘Coach Janda’ and they’ll know the name. It’s pretty cool we get to be a part of that legacy.” - Cade Hall ‘18

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  • Water Polo Cruises to 12-5 Victory Over SI

    Posted September 14, 2017

    Wednesday was the home opener for Bellarmine water polo and the varsity squad did not disappoint. Despite both early and frequent exclusion trouble, the Bells ended up cruising to a 12-5 victory inside the friendly confines of the Malloy Aquatics Center.

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  • Cross Country Cultivates Camaraderie Over Winning

    Posted September 8, 2017

    Spend five minutes speaking with anyone associated with the Bellarmine cross country team and you’ll come away with the same perspective. These guys care far more about each other than they do about winning.

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Students in the News

  • Water Polo with Powerful Winning Performance

    Our varsity water polo squad swam swiftly through Serra Padre waters in Wednesday’s season opener on the peninsula. The game was never close, as the Bells led by quarter scores of 5-2, 7-3 and 13-5 before winning 15-7.

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  • Cast List for Fall Drama, Spinning Into Butter

    Director Peter Canavese has announced the cast for our fall drama, Spinning Into Butter.

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  • Can History Repeat ... 55 Years Later?

    The only time high school teammates have ever opposed each other in a US Junior Amateur final was in 1962, when Jim Wiechers beat James Sullivan at Lochmoor Golf Club in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan. Both attended Bellarmine - Wiechers Class of 1962 and Sullivan Class of 1965. This year, a pair of recent Bellarmine graduates – Eddy Lai and Berk Harvey – would like to follow in their footsteps.

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  • BCP Receives Recognition at Natl Speech/Debate Tournament

    BCP Received Honors as a School of Outstanding Distinction at the 2017 National Speech & Debate Tournament

    Bellarmine was honored as a School of Outstanding Distinction at the National Speech and Debate Tournament, held in Birmingham, AL, last week. The award recognizes the top ten schools who have competed in both the speech and debate divisions of the tournament.

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President's Newsletter

  • October 2017

    Dear Parents,

    This summer, the Jesuit Schools Network (the body coordinating the work of all Jesuit schools in the United States and Canada) distributed a pamphlet entitled “Companions in a Mission of Reconciliation and Justice.” This document articulates that “Jesuit schools must provide a curriculum and a school environment that helps young women and young men focusing on these goals: 1. to form their consciences 2. to learn from the Jesus of the Gospels how to match their talents to the needs of their times 3. to balance social and political points of view in discourse steeped in Ignatian discernment that leads if not to agreement, then to mutual respect and a desire for reconciliation.”

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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

Sun Oct22

Freshman Overnight Retreat

Location: BCP Campus
Mon Oct23

1-2-3-4-5-6

Movember Sign Ups Begin @ lunch

Location: Quad

Sacred Heart Education Center Homework Program

Location: 325 Willow St. San Jose, CA 95110
4:00 PM - 6:45 PM

Santa Maria Urban Ministry Tutoring

Location: 778 So. Almaden San Jose, CA 95110
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

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