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Bellarmine to Again Participate in Safe Park Program

Since the winter season of 2018, Bellarmine has been a participant in a special program known as Silicon Valley Safe Park, a network of faith-based communities that provide a safe place for guests to park their vehicle and sleep overnight. Bellarmine again this winter will host a Safe Park from Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Alumni Involved in TCU Football

The Texas Christian University (TCU) football team stunned Michigan on New Year’s Eve with a 51-45 win in the Fiesta Bowl played in Glendale, Arizona. The victory means No. 3 TCU is headed to the College Football Playoff championship game against Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Honors Athletes at Signing Day Event

Athletics

Bellarmine College Prep’s Department of Athletics hosted a Signing Day ceremony on November 18 in the Hall of Honor, at which several student athletes who will be continuing their sport in college were celebrated.

Those students, their respective sports, and the Continue Reading...

Six Bellarmine Students Honored by Diocese of San Jose

8th Annual Saints in the City Recognition Celebration

The Diocese of San Jose held its 8th Annual Saints in the City Recognition Celebration the evening of November 3, and six Bellarmine students were among the honorees.

The event, which honors “young disciples,” was hosted by the Diocese of San Jose Office of Youth & Young Adults and was Continue Reading...

Cross-Country Bells Take WCAL Championship

Cross Country

Bellarmine’s Cross-Country team earned the WCAL League Championship with a strong end to their season on November 2 at WCAL III held at Crystal Springs in Belmont.

As provided by coach Patrick McCrystle, the results of the November 2 races are Continue Reading...

National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Several Bellarmine seniors are Semifinalists in the National Merit® Scholarship Corporation’s (NMSC®) 2023 National Merit Scholarship Competition.

The National Merit® Scholarship Program honors individual students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Hosts 3rd Annual Unity Picnic

Unity Picnic, DEIB, the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Unity Council

Bellarmine hosted its third annual Unity Picnic on Sunday, September 11. The on-campus event, which was organized by the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB); the Unity Council; and Bellarmine Mothers’ Guild, “brings together Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Begins New School Year with Mass of the Holy Spirit

Mass of the Holy Spirit 2022

As is tradition in Jesuit schools throughout the nation and globally, Bellarmine College Prep celebrated Mass of the Holy Spirit on August 17 to begin the school year. All students, faculty, and staff gathered for the outdoor Mass held on the Leo J. and Mary G. Lucas Quad. Rev.

Mike Moodie, S.J., presided at the Mass, which was concelebrated by Continue Reading...

Speech and Debate Team National Champions

The Bellarmine Speech and Debate team has returned as champions from a marathon week of competition in the National Championship Tournament held in Louisville, Kentucky.

Thirty-one Bellarmine students participated in the first in-person tournament held since March 2020, and this one is considered to the most Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Summer Program Begins

Summer Days, Summer Program

Following a more than two-week lull after the conclusion of the academic year, Bellarmine’s campus is alive with activity again with the June 14 start of its Summer Program.

Over the past several years, Bellarmine’s summer programming has expanded to include academic, athletic, and Continue Reading...

Fr. Richard Cobb, S.J. Receives Bellarmine President’s Award

President's Award, President's Award Dinner, Fr. Cobb

Bellarmine College Preparatory held its 42nd President’s Award Dinner the evening of May 11 on the Leo J. and Mary G. Lucas Quad of its campus in San Jose. More than 200 guests attended the donor recognition event, hosted in gratitude for those contributing to the school at the President’s Club level and Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Robotics Repeats World Championship

Robotics, VEX

It has been a remarkable year for Bellarmine Robotics Team 254, winning both the FRC and VEX World Championships!” noted Ann Johnson, the team’s moderator and Bellarmine faculty member.

On the heels of the Bellarmine Robotics team winning an unprecedented 5th Continue Reading...

Speech & Debate Team Captures State Championship

For the first time since 2014, the Bellarmine College Prep Speech and Debate team has earned the title State Champions, marking the school’s 19th time doing so and again securing its solid reputation as a speech and debate powerhouse.

A team of 58 Bellarmine students competed in Continue Reading...

Bishop Cantu Celebrates Holy Week Mass at Bellarmine

Holy Week Liturgy 2022

The Bellarmine community was honored to host Bishop Oscar Cantu’ of the Diocese of San Jose as presider of the school’s Holy Week liturgy the morning of April 13.

Organized by Bellarmine’s Campus Ministry team, along with students from the Department of Theatre Arts, the liturgy was Continue Reading...

Adventurous Alumnus Captivates Audience at Senior Networking Luncheon

Senior Network Alumni Luncheon

Nearly 100 Bellarmine alumni returned to campus the morning of April 13 for the 14th Alumni/Senior Networking Luncheon. The event, presented by the Office of Alumni Relations, provides an opportunity for current Bell seniors to hear a keynote address from an alumnus, and then have lunch with alumni from various professions in which the Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Robotics Team 254 Takes Title at Silicon Valley Tournament

Robotics

The weekend of April 9, Bellarmine’s FRC Robotics team competed in the Silicon Valley Regional, held at the San Jose State University Event Center. There were 59 teams competing at the tournament, with Team 254, The Cheesy Poofs, ranking first at the end of the qualification round. “Three teams traded back and forth in rankings, but at the end of the Continue Reading...