On Monday, February 25 at 6 p.m. in Bulger Auditorium, the Guidance Department, in partnership with the One Love Foundation, is offering a workshop for parents of all high school students to address the issue of healthy relationship. Parents are encouraged to attend the program which will feature a 40-minute film followed by a discussion on how to talk to your children about healthy relationships and ways you can be a resource for your children when they are dating. The One Love Foundation was created in 2010 after Yeardley Love, a student at the University of Virginia, was killed by her ex-boyfriend. Her family started the foundation to raise awareness and educate students about the warning signs of relationship abuse.
Why wait until the summer months to enjoy a game of cornhole?
We invite all fathers/guardians and sons to join us for our1st Annual BC High Cornhole Tournament.It will take place in the Commons on Sunday, March 3, from
4 – 7 p.m. Due to time and space, we are limiting this exciting tournament to the first 32 Father/Son “teams” (64 registered participants). The winning team will be presented with our newly custom-made cornhole boards and bag set, proudly displaying the BC High logo!
This event will begin with a short Mass at 4 p.m., followed by pizza and refreshments in the cafe, and will include “side” games and trivia contests for those awaiting the championship round!
The entry fee will be $25/pp ($50/team).First come, first served! To register, please click here.
Funds raised from this event help support the BC High tutoring program the Father’s Group funds for students that need extra help with studies.
Please continue to watch the Eagle Update for future Father’s Group events for the spring semester.
Tickets will be on sale for $60/couple at the bookstore Monday, February 11 through Tuesday, March 5. Permission slips will be sent digitally to every freshman and sophomore and must be completed by both the student and his guest.
Date: Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
The Credit for Life program provides an interactive learning opportunity for the Senior Class as they adopt the role of a 25-year-old and navigate financial challenges and responsibilities. The CFL program provides students with a deeper understanding of money management and the principles of personal finance, including saving for retirement, managing debt, preparing for employment and balancing a monthly budget. Volunteers and students really enjoy this day of learning and no financial experience is necessary to participate. This will be the seventh year of the program and volunteers are needed to provide students with information that they will use to make financial choices related to housing, transportation, nutrition, health, furnishings, luxury and more!
Please consider joining us. Click here if you would like to volunteer for this year’s Credit for Life program.
Mothers’ Guild volunteers are busy working on the Senior Mother and Son Celebration to be held on Sunday, May 5. This special celebration honors the mother/son relationship and includes dinner, music, speakers, and a few surprises. You have probably noticed the beautifully embroidered tablecloths displayed at BC High events. Creating these tablecloths is a long-standing Mothers’ Guild tradition and a source of pride for sons and their mothers/guardians. Each tablecloth is dedicated to someone very special to the BC High community.
You can include your son’s name as well as the names of other BC High graduates in your family, for a cost of $15 per name.
Please complete the form in the Downloads section and return by Sunday, March 31.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. More information about the event will be mailed soon.