As we begin our new school year with over 125 students enrolled, we must share the great news of our Graduating class of 2018! Graduation mass was filled with students, families, staff and supporters from our community to celebrate and witness the Class of 2018 receiving their diplomas.
64% of our graduates will be attending area Catholic high schools; Althoff Catholic High School-Belleville, IL, Gibault Catholic High School, Waterloo, IL, Nerinx Catholic High School, St. Louis, MO, Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School, St. Louis, MO, Belleville West High, SIUE Charter High School and Belleville East, IL. We are proud of all of our students and their accomplishments!
Awards and Recognition:
Students received various recognition and awards in many areas including Peacemaker All Year, National Junior Honor Society, “Boys To Men Excellence Award” and “Girlz Empowered Commitment to Excellence”, Violin Special Group and Liturgical Dance Ministry. They participated in Robotics, Community Service Projects and Spelling Bee among others. Awards received included Presidential Education and Citizenship Award and Best Sportsmanship.
Nino is a member of the National Junior Honor Society, Earned 100% on his US Constitution Test, Received the Presidential Education Award, Peacemaker All Year, Participated in Violin Special Group and Robotics. Nino received First Place in Ballroom Dance Rumba and Second Place Ballroom Dance Waltz competition. Nino is attending Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School this fall.
Nicole (left) and Money (right) received the Presidential Award for Citizenship, other accomplishments include:
Nicole is attending Nerinx Catholic High School in St. Louis, MO, joining two other STBCS alumni. She was also Peacemaker All Year.
Monye received a scholarship to attend Althoff Catholic High School, Belleville, IL. She is President of the National Junior Honor Society, Peacemaker All Year, Participates in Liturgical Dance and Violin Special Group, placed First in the Ballroom Dance Rumba and Second place in Ballroom Dance Waltz competition and received the Best Sportsmanship Award.
Graduates lead the celebration of mass, Allen and Keadon (left). Fr. Carroll Mizicko, OFM (right)