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Learn to Cook In Spanish with Senora Brahim’s Spanish 2 Class

Finding yourself looking for something new to cook up in the kitchen? Well, Senora Brahim’s Spanish 2 class has you covered. Students wrote and presented their favorite recipes. Here are just a few recipes to mix up in your kitchen! Rice Krispy Treats – Ansley Pastries – Duggar Burritos – Connor ENCHILDA MUSMANNO – Cornellia… read more

Student Spotlight: Ainsley Western ’20

Congratulations to senior Ainsley Western on being selected to participate in the Rising Stars Piccolo Spoleto Program! The selection process was arduous with over 1,000 talented students from Florida to North Carolina auditioning. This incredible honor can be attributed to Ainsely’s passion and dedication. The goal of Rising Stars Piccolo Spoleto series is to provide… read more

National Honor Society Hammers Hope Home

On a cool Saturday morning, members of the BEHS National Honors Society came together in service with Home Works of America. Though Homeworks of America, students replaced a roof, scraped and painted, and did yard work. Home Works of America, provides home repair services for homeowners who are elderly or have a disability and whose… read more

February Bishop of the Month

Freshman Bishop of the Month This freshman nominee is described as pleasant, willing to help no matter how busy, has a strong work ethic, positive attitude and strives to always do what is right.  She is also an asset to Mrs. Grisillo’s Homeroom 213.  Congrats to Hope McIntyre! Sophomore Bishop of the Month This sophomore… read more

The Story of Holocaust Survivor Joe Engel

We had a special guest visit Bishop England High School this month. Our Holocaust class and classes from the World Language, English, Social Studies, and Theology Department gathered in the PAC to hear the story of Holocaust survivor, Joe Engel. Joe Engel’s story begins in the small town of Zakroczym, Poland. Joe grew up in… read more

Junior Retreat

On Wednesday morning of February 5th, the class of 2021 gathered at the Diocese of Charleston Chancery for their Junior Retreat. They came together in prayer, group discussions, games, and faith. A Mass was celebrated by Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone. This was an opportunity for students to grow closer as a class and enrich their souls!… read more

BE Pom Squad Making All the Right Moves to Win 9th in the Nation

POM squad is made up of 13 girls this year and their Coach is Patrice Christian, who also coaches the College of Charleston dance team. There are 8 Freshmen, 3 Sophomores, and 2 Juniors. For being such a young team, they have done exceptionally well! The Pom Squad has been working on several routines since… read more

Bishop England Engineering Club Wins at Storm the Citadel

Bishop England Engineering Club won the High School Division for the Annual Citadel’s Storm the Citadel Trebuchet Competition. Storm the Citadel was held on February 8, 2020 at the Citadel Parade Grounds. The hands-on engineering competition was open to K-12 students from all over the Low Country.  The areas of competition were  Trebuchet, Water Bottle… read more

A Visit from the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy

When Reverend (“Doc”) Joseph L. O’Brien and Reverend James J. May opened Bishop England High School in 1915, they asked for the support and assistance of the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy. Three OLM sisters were on the original faculty at the founding of the school. We were blessed to have three… read more

January Bishop of the Month

  The freshman nominee is described as kind and compassionate to his peers.  He lives out his faith in the classroom and tries his best at all he does while displaying humility.  He is an athlete, a team player and his teacher describes him as a blessing to the BE community. We are grateful for… read more

BE Marches for Life

Early Thursday morning, a group of about 30 students and 6 chaperones set out for the March for Life in Washington D.C. After settling into the hotel, they went straight to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception to attend the Vigil for Life Mass. The Basilica was packed with thousands of… read more

College Information Night

College Information Night – Wednesday, January 15, 2020  at 6:15 Open to all students (9,10,11) and parents *This event is held every other year.  Come gather information about the College Admissions Process. You can attend three 20 minute topics held by College Admissions Representatives Topics will include: How to write your college essay/personal statement –… read more

3rd Annual Christmas Feast

The Christmas Feast is a tradition celebrated to bring the entire school together in the spirit of the Christmas season! The event started with caroling in the courtyard while students and staff proceeded into the gym by homerooms. Our seniors were the final group to proceed into the gym and were celebrated by the entire… read more

November Bishop of the Month

November Bishop of the Month This freshman Bishop of the Month is nominated for being inquisitive, respectful, friendly and a leader. She has an excellent work ethic and a great sense of humor. As a freshman, she has already become very involved in several clubs. Congratulations Andrea Gonzalez Trujillo! The sophomore nominee has a cheerful disposition… read more

2019 CSMC Food Drive

Homeroom 216 raised the most money during our annual CSMC Money Drive for the Poor – nearly $750.00! This morning they were presented with a statue of St. Mother Teresa (being held by Ms Ronco) as a “Thank You” for all their hard work in raising so much money that will feed so many in… read more

Madison Mummert Awarded Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital’s Youth Volunteer of the Year

Each year, the West Ashley Optimist Club honors youth volunteers in the Charleston area.  Madison Mummert has been awarded Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital’s Youth Volunteer of the Year!  Madison achieved this award by helping the community through her volunteer work. Madison served last summer as a volunteer assisting the staff and transporting patients from… read more