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Snapshots of the New BC School Year

Bishop Carroll students embodied the Christian value of charity by holding a dress down day to support the hurricane relief efforts of Catholic Relief Services. The student body was able to raise $600.

Family and Consumer Science students kicked off the 2017 school year by learning the timeless skill of sewing.

Members of Bishop Carroll’s Student Council visited Senior Life and hosted a school spirit pep rally.

Special Purpose Entities: An Innovative Expansion of the EITC Program

Bishop Carrol is launching a Special Purpose Entity, a program that allows there to be a new class of pass-through partnerships that exists to make earning Educational Improvement Tax Credits possible. Special Purpose Entities are perfect for small business owners and individuals who don’t want to deal with the hassle of filing annual tax credit applications with PA DCED or filing additional tax forms with PA Revenue.

Learn more about how you can donate to Bishop Carroll by participating in the SPE program here.

Read more: Special Purpose Entities: An Innovative Expansion of the EITC Program

Fundraisers

Throughout the school year our students have fundraisers to support their sports teams and various clubs. Below is a list of current fundraisers going on now that you may be interested in supporting:
CROSS COUNTRY/BOYS SOCCER: Hershey's and Mid's Candy Sale - Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
GIRLS SOCCER: Bridal Resale 11-11-2017 Check the event page for more information

 

Mother and Daughter Earn BC’s Highest Honor… 30 Years Apart!

At her graduation ceremony in 1987, Carol (Cunningham) Schall was as shocked as she was humbled to be named as the recipient of Bishop Carroll’s highest honor, the Faber J. Malloy Award. She never would have guessed that 30 years later, she would get to watch her daughter, Maria, receive the very same honor. But indeed, Maria was named the winner of this year’s Faber J. Malloy Award upon her own graduation.

“It is a true moment of pride for myself and her father,” Carol says. “Just to be nominated is an honor, but when she was announced as the winner, I was brought to tears.”

Read more: Mother and Daughter Earn BC’s Highest Honor… 30 Years Apart!

Former BC Bus Driver Turns 100

Did you catch the WTAJ segment last week on Margaret Jones?

Jones, who drove a bus for 19 years for Bishop Carroll and Central Cambria, turned 100 on August 16. This experience, she said, started as a way to get out of the house, but became something she really enjoyed. "It's something that grows on you. And the children: most of the children were nice and friendly."

Were you one of those children who rode on Ms. Jones' bus? Share your stories and memories of her by emailing the alumni office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Developing as Leaders

Congratulations to these Bishop Carroll students who completed the Mountain Aloysius College Leadership Institute. The program combines hands-on education, meaningful service, local accomplished speakers and seminars, and an unforgettable learning experience that students will describe as a “powerful learning experience.”

Pictured are Noah Kanich, Gina Miller, EJ Muriceak, Christian Kanich, Sam Lauer, Makayla Little, Grace Hoffman, and Lexi Zazvrskey.

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