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St. Andrew students meet gold medalists

MYRTLE BEACH—Recently, the eighth graders from St. Andrew School visited Washington, D.C. The trip was a culmination of their years together at St. Andrew, a review of their social studies curriculum, and a time of prayer and unity. They were given the honor of bringing up the gifts at the Basilica of the National Shrine […]

Students harvest STREAM disciplines through gardening

BLUFFTON—Barbara Pittman is plant­ing the seeds of knowledge among fifth- and sixth-graders at St. Grego­ry the Great School. Pittman, a language arts and dra­ma teacher, received a $2,500 grant from S2TEM Centers SC for her proj­ect, “Heaven Scent: A Loofah Gourd Soap Project.” The goal, she said, is to demonstrate the real-world uses of science, […]

Communities celebrate success during Catholic Schools Week

Each year, National Catholic Schools Week celebrates the diverse contribution of the 6,300 Catholic schools across the United States. Schools in the Diocese of Charleston, in particular, have much of which to be proud. Bucking national trends, instead of closing or consolidating parish schools, the diocese honors the uniqueness of each one and finds innovative […]

Free-throw winners

SIMPSONVILLE—The Knights of Colum­bus Council 10819 held its annual Youth Basketball Free-Throw Chal­lenge at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville recently. Those win­ners then competed with other final­ists in their gender and age groups at a district event. The district winners advance to state finals on Feb. 24 at Cardinal Newman School in Colum­bia. The […]

St. Joseph’s Catholic in Greenville celebrates 25 years

GREENVILLE—The first classes at St. Joseph’s Catholic School took place in August of 1993, in the living room of a borrowed house off Augusta Road. The principal’s office was in the dining room. The student body of 13 did their science experiments in the kitchen. Twenty-five years later, the school has more than 600 youth […]

More than 2,000 turn out for school choice rally

COLUMBIA—Students, parents, teach­ers and education advocates from across the state met in Columbia recently to rally for school choice in South Carolina. More than 2,000 participants, including nearly 400 Catholic school students, took part in the rally — a march from the Columbia Metropol­itan Convention Center to the steps of the South Carolina Statehouse. The annual […]

Tax plan offers incentive for Catholic education

Opinions vary wildly about the positives and negatives of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the sweeping tax reform legislation passed by Congress in December, with many people still uncertain whether the bill will help them or not. One group that does have a reason to smile, however, includes parents of Catholic school students. They […]

Diocese earns spot on AP honor roll

CHARLESTON—Three South Carolina school districts were honored by the College Board’s AP Honor Roll this year for the high success rate of their high school students in Advanced Placement courses — and the Diocese of Charleston was one of them. The Catholic diocese, which includes schools across the state, joined the Charleston County School District […]

St. Francis sweeps volleyball tourney

SUMMERVILLE—The results are in for the Diocese of Charleston Youth Volleyball Tournament held at Bethany Methodist recently, hosted by Summerville Catholic school and their athletic  director, Jean Fox. A total of 16 teams competed from 12 schools: St. Andrew in Myrtle Beach, St. Anne in Rock Hill, Charleston Catholic, Blessed Sacrament and Nativity from Charleston, […]

Students offer hope to storm victims with donations, prayer

In a span of about three weeks, three massive hurricanes unleashed their fury on the U.S. mainland and islands in the Caribbean. One after the other, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria wreaked destruction with tornadoes, floods, and winds so strong they bent and twisted an iron cross outside a Jesuit school in San Juan, Puerto […]

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1:00 pm Parent Appreciation
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Mar 2410:00 am The Joy of the Gospel and the New Evangelization
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6:30 pm Family Honor Banquet - Cardinal Newman High School - Columbia
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Mar 27 Report Cards
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