Immaculata High School pride was running high during a Mass and Hall of Fame banquet held at the University of Saint Mary here on Jan. 26.
Staying on a fifth year at a college campus usually means two things: more time to finish a degree program and a heftier college price tag.
The see city of the archdiocese and the capital city of the state are separated by some 50 miles as the crow flies.
Saint Patrick School here, taking inspiration from its patron, has adopted a simple philosophy that is, not surprisingly, threefold: It focuses on spirituality, scholarship and service.
Saint James Academy here is barely out of its infancy, but the students roaming its halls are already deep in discussions of college.
Bishop Miege senior Tim Janczewski will never forget the day his ACT score arrived in the mail.
Their jobs are safe for now, but it might be wise for musician Billy Joel and Nobel Prize- winning physicist Albert Fert to start looking over their shoulders.
Three hundred and fifty patrons of Catholic education gathered recently for the third annual Gaudeamus dinner and recognition celebration hosted by the Catholic Education Foundation (CEF).
Marching bands are a dime a dozen.
For 94 years, these two sisters have done nearly everything together.