As an institution of the Catholic Church, Bishop England High School is ever mindful of our Lord’s admonition, “as you did it to one of the least of these brethren, you did it to me” (Matthew 25:40). Therefore, the school strongly encourages the students to live out the demands of their faith in works of mercy, service, and charity.
Keeping in line with the mission of our school, many of our clubs, teams and organizations adopt specific causes to help those less fortunate and to show that we care about others beyond ourselves. In past years, we have built a new roof, cleaned a garage, fed the hungry, visited with the sick, written letters to our troops, sent a kid to camp, and clothed the needy.
Campus Ministry is called to be a consistent and vigorous advocate for justice, peace, and the reverence for all life. Throughout the year our students will be leading various social service projects, and all students are welcome to come join us. See Mrs. Bellon, Mr. Bartell, or Ms. Gonzalez to become involved.
1st Annual Day of Service:
Bishop England High School had a school wide day of service to begin the year on August 19. All students, faculty and staff spread across the Lowcountry at various non-profits to offer help, work, encouragement and a smile to those in need. Some of the organizations and places that welcomed us were Homeworks, Ronald McDonald House, Veterans’ Hospital, Windward Farms, Pet Helpers, Blessed Sacrament Church, Summit Place, Folly Beach and Isle of Palms Beach to name a few.