CHARLESTON—Emory Wood, a student at Charleston Catholic, recently won the Judge’s Award for Youth Art at the Coastal Carolina Fair. He is pictured with Katherine Pocock, school art teacher, holding his artwork.
CHARLESTON—Charleston Catholic School students collected hygiene products for Jenkins Orphanage and One80 Place as part of their Lenten outreach. The children and their families donated more than 400 items to those in need.
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 […]
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, […]
Students around the diocese are making the most of the Lenten season. Their journey toward Holy Week and the joy of Easter includes prayer, reflection, works of charity and the study of Scripture. By far […]
CHARLESTON—Charleston Catholic sixth-graders Owen Enriquez and John McBurney created artwork that was chosen for the “Keep Charleston Beautiful” Art Calendar Contest. Owen won first place and his drawing will appear on the cover of the […]
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Charleston admit qualified students of any race, color, national origin, sex, or disability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students […]
CHARLESTON—Carson Goodier, a student at Charleston Catholic School, won the National Beta Club Essay award at the national convention in New Orleans, La. Over 13,000 people from across the nation attended the convention to represent […]
CHARLESTON—Members of Charleston Catholic School and community gathered to celebrate the school’s 25th anniversary at an auction and gala held April 29 at the Cigar Factory. Pictured are the school’s principals, from its founding to […]
COLUMBIA—St. John Neumann School’s chess team recently competed in the Midlands Scholastic Chess League III tournament and captured second place overall for the elementary section. Matty Ferrario earned second place in the individual rankings. CHARLESTON—Five […]