Class of 2020


Senior Class Gift

The Class of 2020 is providing a $5,000 scholarship to an incoming freshman for the 2020-2021 school year. The award will be based on financial need only. This money comes from the remaining money the class raised during their four years at Bishop England High School.


Baccalaureate Mass

A special thank you to our celebrant Fr.Babick for a beautiful ceremony with words that came from the heart and shared love, faith, and happiness for our class of 2020!

“Class of 2020, you’ve opened the doors to our hearts.” – Fr.Babick


Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Congratulations to the Class of 2020 Valedictorian, Emma Albano, and Salutatorian, Alexis Maus!

Class of 2020 Valedictorian – Emma Albano

Emma has been involved in multiple clubs and sports at Bishop England. She is a member of the Random Acts of Kindness Club, Class Boards, Pro-life Club, Retreat Team, National Honor Society, Christian Students Missionary of Charity Club, committee leader on SGA, and is the president of Mu Alpha Theta and Bellas. She is the captain of the cross country, basketball, and track teams. She is a State Champion and All-region Selection for the girls basketball team. She is a back-to-back Discus State Champion and a two time AAA Track and Field State Champion. Also active in her church, she volunteers at St. Vincent de Paul on Saturday mornings. She also volunteers her time tutoring younger students in multiple subjects at school. Emma plans on attending the University of Notre Dame, studying biochemistry and neuroscience, and has signed a letter of intent to the Notre Dame Track and Field team.

Class of 2020 salutatorian- Alexis Maus

Alie Maus is a senior at Bishop England. During her time at Bishop England, she has been involved in many clubs and athletics. She is a member of Youth in Government, Band of Buddies, the Dorothy Day Society, and National Honor Society. Her senior year, Alie was the treasurer of National Honor Society. Alie has volunteered as a reading buddy at Read 365 starting her sophomore year. Alie played club and school soccer until junior year, when she switched to track. Those curious to see Alie’s running can find her featured in the movie Chariots of Fire. Alie additionally played on the field hockey team and joined cross country her senior year.  She is very excited to attend the University of Virginia in the fall, where she plans on studying medicine.


BE Fine Arts 

Class of 2020 Visual Artists

Be sure to check out more Senior Spotlights on the Bishop England High School Fine Arts Facebook page.

Class of 2020 Theatre Highlights

These seniors have stolen the show in 2020! Check out these highlights of each senior from the BE Drama Department.


Senior Athletes Video 

 


Class of 2020 Senior Day 

Thank you to our entire BE community for coming out to support the BE Class of 2020!


Senior Highlights:

Gracie Crosby – 2020 Library Trivia Winner

Congratulations to the Library Trivia Contest Grand Prize Winner, Gracie Crosby! Gracie’s name was picked from all the Library Trivia Contest entries submitted this year. We missed the last few months, but students were able to submit their answers to questions for most of the school year.

The BE Library Trivia Contest is a little different than most because students get to look the answer up. Each month they pick up the question, research the answer, then write down their source in MLA format. The source must be a good one — no dubious sources allowed and databases are encouraged. In addition to being eligible for the monthly prize, students get extra homework credit in English if their MLA format is correct, and they get entered in the grand prize drawing. Win-win, right?

Monthly winners this year included Matthew Fishburne, Luke Oligino, George Meyer, Ella Meeker, and Emma Mazur. They won small prizes and Gracie received a $25 gift card to Barnes & Noble. Congrats to Gracie and all the monthly winners!


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Harrison Estey Senior Class President Making Headlines in the Moultrie News

BE Senior Class President Harrison Estey shares his thoughts on the bond of friendship at BE despite the disappointment of cancellations. Read more from the Moultrie News on how seniors all over the Lowcountry are doing their best to make the most of the time they have left with their friends before parting ways for college this fall. https://lnkd.in/g-fveR7

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