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Senior Night and Financial Aid Night hosted by Counseling Department

Wednesday, September 18 at 6:30 in the PAC Presentations by the counselors will include: College Application Process, Letter of recommendation, timelines, testing, College Information and transcripts will be available. Presentation by Mike Fox, Director of Outreach for South Carolina Student Loan Association.  Mike will cover the FAFSA, Scholarships, College Financial Aid Process and talk briefly… read more

1st Day of Service

The first day of the new school year at BE was a Day of Service! While our freshmen had a retreat on campus, grades 10, 11 and 12 went out serving the community with their teachers all over the Low Country.  Students and teachers served the community across the Low Country working at Homeworks, the… read more

College Boot Camp

College Application Boot Camp Registration Prepare for the College Application Process!! Limited to 15 students (rising Seniors only) Three Day Workshop Wednesday, July 31, Thursday, August 1, Monday, August 5 2 Sessions* to choose from: 8:30-10:30AM or 1:30-3:30PM *Summer Work (includes college list consultation, resume work, essay topic discussion) (at least one meeting with Ms.… read more

Happy 199th to the Diocese of Charleston!

A very happy 199th birthday to the Diocese of Charleston!   In honor of the Diocese of Charleston’s 199th anniversary and the kickoff to the bicentennial celebration, here is an image of the Bulla for the Erection of the Episcopal See of Charleston and of the Naming of the First Bishop, the Most Reverend Doctor… read more

“Beating the Odds” Selected for the 2019 BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta

  Congratulations to this year’s commencement speaker Frank Brown, ’91! Frank’s documentary “Beating the Odds”, has been selected for the 2019 BronzeLens Film Festival of Atlanta (documentary category)! This documentary highlights Frank Brown, Chief Executive Officer of Communities In Schools of Atlanta, showing the parallel between his upbringing, and the students he has influenced. View… read more

Prayers at Guadalupe

BE Theology teacher, Lucia Gonzalez has traveled to The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe and National Shrine of Mexico in the north of Mexico City which houses the cloak containing the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. An official Mass at the Basilica with the original image of Our Lady of Guadalupe was offered… read more

Youth Congressional Gold Medal Awarded to Bella Kissell

Congratulations to Bella Kissell who was awarded the Youth Congressional Gold Medal by Joe Cunningham in Washington DC! Bella Kissell, a rising senior at Bishop England, has proven to be a leader in her community and beyond. The Congressional Award is the United States Congress’ award for young Americans and offers young people the opportunity… read more

Culture and Religion in Spain and Portugal

Culture and Religion in Spain and Portugal: Over Easter Break, BE students traveled to Spain and Portugal. From Madrid to Fatima, students were able to experience both faith-based cultures from monuments, cathedrals and of course food and art!  … read more

BE to MIT

  Congratulation to BE Senior Grace Ann Carlson on signing with MIT to play Lacrosse! We know both your hard work in the classroom and on the field has paid off! We wish you all the best.… read more

Women’s Lacrosse State Champions!

Congratulations to our Women’s Lacrosse Team on winning the AAA State Championship! Click here for the full article from the Post and Courier on this tremendous accomplishment for the team: https://www.postandcourier.com/sports/bishop-england-girls-claim-fourth-straight-lacrosse-title-oceanside-repeats/article_d6aeef12-682a-11e9-931a-572c45ca405e.html… read more

Charleston City Paper – Best of Charleston – Best Private School

For the 6th year in a row, we’re proud to announce that Bishop England High School has been voted the Best Private School in the Charleston City Paper Best Of Charleston! Thank you for your votes and support! We know how special BE is and it’s because of the dedicated staff, talented students, supportive parents… read more

SCHSL Student Leadership Summit

Bishop England students Jack Ryder, Sullivan Clair, and Emma Albano attended the SCHSL Student Leadership Summit in Columbia. Over 300 student-athletes (and their coaches) representing over 75 South Carolina high schools had the opportunity to work alongside presenters in three rotating workshops throughout the day and engage in one on one activities with fellow summit… read more

Signing Day

IMG_0446 It was Signing Day for BE senior Hunter High. Hunter a member of the BE Golf Team, signed for golf at Ferrum College in Virginia. We wish Hunter all the best in his pursuits at Ferrum College!… read more

Congratulations to the Winners of the Jewish Federation’s Holocaust Creative Arts Competition

Each year, students in our World History, French III, and Holocaust classes submit entries to the Jewish Federation’s Holocaust Creative Arts Competition. Many schools from the Lowcountry enter. Congratulations to this year’s winners from BE! For Creative Writing…First place: Jillian McManus, second place: Chase Bruder, third place: Emma Albano, and honorable mention: Michael Stebbins. For… read more

Alumni Success Story: From BE to Washington D.C.

Meghan McCully, class of 2015, has just accepted a job in Washington, D.C, as the Health Staff Assistant for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. Meghan’s interest in public policy began with Youth In Government at Bishop England. After graduating from BEHS, she went on to study government at Wofford and will… read more