Math Bee (3rd-5th Grade)

Math Bee for 3rd-5th Grade

Congratulations to all the Participants They Did Wonderful!

1st Place – Daniel Milone (4th)
2nd Place – Arielle Joseph (3rd)
3rd Place – Antonio Moran (5th)

Valentine’s Day Craft Party

On Monday February 12th Jr.PreK-4th Grade Met for Our Valentine’s Day Craft Party Where They Made a Cute Little Heart Craft and Had a Yummy Snack.  

 

February 12th, 2018

Posted by Saint Bernard Catholic Academy on Monday, February 12, 2018

Sweetheart Dance <3

On Friday February 9th, the HAA Hosted there 1st Annual SweetHeart Dance. The Girls brought their (Dad, Uncles, Cousins, Grandfather) and danced the night away. 

February 9, 2018

Posted by Saint Bernard Catholic Academy on Friday, February 9, 2018

Math Bee for Grades 5-8

We Would like to Congratulate all the Participants on a Job Well Done! 

Welcome Back to School

St. Bernard Catholic Academy re-opens for kindergarten to grade eight on Wednesday, Sept. 6. Students will meet in the school yard, or the academy hall in the event of rain.  It is nice for everyone to be together for the first day. The day will begin with a prayer (parents welcome) and then the students will go to the classrooms.  

Opening Day for PreK and Jr. PreK will be Thursday, Sept. 7.

Earth Day Fun

In honor of Earth Day, April 22, students in the first, second and third grades created projects by repurposing and recycling household items to reduce the amount of waste in landfills.

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Stations of the Cross

Eighth graders presented Living Stations of the Cross for the school community in anticipation of Easter.

In the News: St. Bernard’s Wax Museum

When St. Bernard Catholic Academy hosted its Living Wax Museum in March, visitors had the chance to encounter influential individuals, past and present, who have made an impact on the world. Fifth- through eighth-grade students dressed in costumes and shared the life stories of saints and sports greats, politicians and Olympians, movie stars and mythical gods, and everything else in between.
Students were featured in articles in the following newspapers: