GREENVILLE—Sarah Wicker, a middle school teacher at St. Joseph’s Catholic School, was recently nominated as an “Educator Who Makes a Difference” by Upstate Parent magazine. Honorees were chosen based on nominations by parents and students. Wicker teaches math and religion, serves as the household dean of the Dark Knights, and is the moderator for the math team and the Origami Club.
Schools in the Diocese of Charleston hosted signing ceremonies on National Signing Day on Feb. 3, with a total of six athletes committing to play their sports at chosen colleges. At Bishop England High School, […]
Schools in the diocese continue to shine, with a total of 10 high school seniors earning top-ranking, national academic honors. Here are the eight students who were named as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship […]
When school started back in the fall, Kaitlyn Huvany, 18, was looking forward to a milestone senior year at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton High School in Myrtle Beach. She and her four classmates would be […]