It all ended like a made-for-TV movie.
“It’s supposed to be hard,” Tom Hanks told his baseball team in the movie “A League of Their Own.”
Cristo Rey High School sophomore Henry Smith is going to be an emergency-room physician someday. He’s known this since he was eight years old.
Many images may come to mind when thinking about college life and the activities of students — not all of them holy.
What a group of students from St. James Academy, Lenexa, did was enough to make Donna Kelsey cry.
Teachers at St. Michael the Archangel School here are seeing double — sometimes even triple.
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.
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.
Bishop Miege senior Tim Janczewski will never forget the day his ACT score arrived in the mail.
As the first quarter of the new school year drew to a close, Catholic school students all over the archdiocese turned in their “service hours,” reporting the 10, or 12, or 15 hours they spent…