GREENVILLE—The Interact Club at St. Joseph’s Catholic School is already making an impact in their first year of service. Recently, members Breanna Anderson, and Emily and Travis Garceau participated in a Rotary Club fundraiser at the Swamp Rabbits hockey game. Through ticket sales and activities such as “Chuck- A-Puck,” the group raised $1,422, which was then matched to bring the total to $4,266. This amount will pay for 7,110 life-saving vaccines.
MYRTLE BEACH—When St. Elizabeth Ann Seton High School opens its doors in 2016, it will mark a crowning achievement for Catholic education in the state. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone, who blessed the property during a […]
MYRTLE BEACH—It’s official — Catholic education is now available for all ages all across the diocese. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton became the sixth high school in the state when its first batch of students kicked […]
ANDERSON—St. Joseph School sent eight students to the Region One Science and Engineering Fair at Southern Wesleyan University recently. Three students received awards for their projects: Remi Witt, second place; Domenica Strathern, third place; and […]