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Benedictine High School News
A Week in Review ~ August 31, 2018
Freshmen Week 2018
We dedicated the first week of school to helping our Class of 2022 assimilate to our mission, both academically and socially.

Freshman began the week meeting their teachers and other members of the faculty and staff. On Tuesday, they were introduced to Convocation, our Priory System, classes started, and the entire class got familiar with the campus. On Wednesday, students learned about the 30+ different clubs offered and had the chance to sign up. On Thursday we celebrated a class Mass and sang our Alma Mater. To close out the week, the Class of 2022 competed in a field day.

The school year is off to a great start!
We are looking forward to everyone returning on Monday, August 27th.
On Saturday, August 25th, the Benedictine High School community
recognized the 1973 (45 year reunion) and 2003 (15 year reunion)
State Championship football teams.
It was great to see all the players and coaches that were able to attend. 

You will always be called a State Champ!
Jerry Grabowski `66 who passed away on Tues., August 14, 2018, at the age of 70 years old. Jerry spent decades as a volunteer to support the mission of Benedictine through multiple school and alumni board positions, as well as numerous support roles which he often held behind the scenes. Jerry's love for Benedictine was unmatched.

Beginning September 10, 2018 , students in 7th and 8th grade are welcome to spend a day at Benedictine High School. Call our admissions office or sign up through our Admissions Portal.

Our Football Family Day will take place on Friday, September 14, 2018 at Bedford Stadium. All kids in grades K through 8 are invited to attend.
More details to come!