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'Just Mercy' Delivers Many Messages Amid a Range of Emotions
Catholic Social Teaching promotes the dignity of the human person. We are all created in God’s image. Our actions toward others must always be rooted in Christ’s love. With that in mind, Xavier High School students, faculty and staff viewed the film “Just Mercy” as part of...

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Saint Bernard Students Learn About the Stock Market in a Fun Way
For the past three years, Kelli Hammond’s eighth-grade history classes have learned valuable lessons using the Stock Market Game. Since its inception in 1977, the Stock Market Game has helped almost 20 million students prepare for financially independent futures. Students are introduced to ...

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St. John School Congratulates 8th Grader on Xavier High School Scholarship
A 'Well done' to Saint John School 8th grade student Owen Jones, who received the Bishop Vincent Hines Honors Memorial Scholarship from Xavier High School recently. This scholarship is attained by scoring in the 99th percentile in the Xavier High School entrance exam and applies to all ...

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Xavier Fulfills Mission of Caring for the Whole Person: Mind, Body, and Spirit
John Guinan talks in glowing terms about the pastoral advising program at Xavier High School.  “It reminds me of how special a school I work at, a school willing to put its money where its mouth is when it says it cares for the whole person: mind, body and spirit,” Guinan, assist...

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Campus Ministry Remains a Resource for Students
Recently, I was listening to a radio commercial for a small family-owned jewelry store. The owner was discussing the effects the pandemic had on his business and indicated that cross necklaces have been one of the most popular items in his store.  People feel extremely close to God, maybe ev...

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Xavier Student, Friend Cook Up 'Pizza 4 Pals'
“God bless you,” said the woman as she walked away from the window at MacDonough School in Middletown, where the Christmas spirit was alive and well on a late December day. The woman had four children to feed, so the “take and bake” pizzas, part of the Pizza 4 Pals program...

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Saint Bernard School Junior Joins All-National Honor Choir
Lindsey Reilly, a junior at Saint Bernard School, has been named to the All- National Honor Ensembles Mixed Choir by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). Lindsey is one of 30 Soprano 2 members selected among the thousands of applicants from across the nation to be part of the 240...

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Cecilia's Artist Adventure: Academy of the Holy Family Senior is a Published Illustrator
As a child, Cecilia Vu enjoyed drawing and could often be found doodling in class, but it came second to orchestra. Only at the Academy of the Holy Family in Baltic, Connecticut did she expand her artistic boundaries. Art teacher Sister Gabriel encouraged her to try different mediums including gouac...

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Superintendent's Letter

Posted on January 18, 2021 in: School News

Superintendent's Letter
Dear Friends, January is always a special time in our schools as we celebrate Catholic Schools Week at the end of the month (January 31 thru February 6). The theme for the week from the National Catholic Education Association is, “Catholic Schools:  Faith, Excellence, Service.” D...

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Xavier Grad Wins $20,000 Entrepreneurial Award
Xavier graduate Peter Goggins recently reeled in a $20,000 first prize in a competition for start-up entrepreneurs. Goggins, ‘17, has a passion for improving the ecosystem that produces fish that ultimately end up on the dinner plate. The UConn senior, an environmental science major, has...

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“For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.” — Jeremiah 29:11   Two years ago as Russia invaded their country, three Ukrainian high school students could hardly have imagined that the path God set for them would lead to a Catholic school in Uncasville, Connecticut — 4,750 miles away.  It is here, at Saint Bernard School, where the trio of international seniors whose story begins half a world away in war-torn Ukraine will take part in an especi...

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