Archive for “Benedictine College Prep”
The Benedictine College Preparatory move to the county scheduled for January is postponed due to issues with county permitting. Official school statement can be found in their online newsletter. The sticking point, 2 feet of turning lane. The delay is a bit of set back especially considering that the school has spent $693,400 on a […]
Benedictine High School is considering moving out of its building on Sheppard Street [...] and selling the property to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, school spokeswoman Dierdre Norman said today.
Register now for the Saint Gertrude / Benedictine 5K Challenge. The race will be run on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 9AM. Registration now through February 1: $20, then February 2 – March 11: $25, Race day: $30. BHS/SGHS Students: $10
The 2010 St.Benedictine Oktoberfest will be Friday 5PM-10PM, Saturday 11AM-10PM, and Sunday noon-6PM (9/17-9/19/2010) at Hanover and Belmont. 25 featured German and local breweries, wineries; platters, sandwiches, pretzels, desserts and more… FREE
“On June 7, the Benedictine Society of America voted to reorganize and assume direct control of the school and terminate McGinty as headmaster. At the time, the Benedictine monks said the intent was to reinvigorate the monastic presence at the school.” (RTD) Unfortunately, the decision to terminate McGinty as headmaster has brought about a lawsuit […]
From Benedictine High School: “Benedictine secured it’s first win of the season against J.R. Tucker on Friday night (9/11) scoring 22 to 19. Greg Petrohovich was 11 of 23 passing for 190 yards and two TDs — including a nine-yard pass to twin brother Drew to open the fourth quarter.”
From Benedictine: Calling all yard sale enthusiasts, or those who need to do a little spring-cleaning! Here is your chance to get rid of those clothes or bikes your kids have outgrown, or the curtains you took down for new ones, or those books you packed away that you will read “sometime” and donate them […]
Benedictine and St. Gertrude are hosting a 5K race on March 14. The race will pass through the Museum District and Windsor Farms. Registration is $20.
The RTD reports that Benedictine is not moving to Goochland County. The school had been exploring all options as the monastery in charge of the school moved to Goochland. All of the athletic fields, except for basketball, are located in Goochland as well.
The fourth annual Oktoberfest (Octoberfest) is fast approaching. This free family event is held in the historic Museum District by St. Benedict Catholic Church in conjunction with St. Benedict School, Benedictine and St. Gertrude’s. Microbrews, Wine, German food, music and dancers are featured throughout the two day event. It kicks off on Friday, September 19th […]
Benedictine will host their annual Art Show at Toad’s Place this year. Student artwork will be on display and for sale, and 3 bands will take the stage, including the school’s Guitar Ensemble. The show will take place Sunday, May 18 at 2pm. Tickets are $10, and proceeds benefit the Brooks Berry Memorial Scholarship. Sounds […]
The Benedictine men’s basketball team won the Virginia Independent Schools Div I championship for the second straight year. The Cadets crushed Bishop O’Connell 67-46. Benedictine had two players on the all-tournament team, and a third, Ed Davis, too MVP honors. Davis is headed to North Carolina to play for the Tar Heels next year. Source: […]
The Benedictine Cadets got back to their winning ways by trouncing the Miller School in the Benedictine Capital City Classic on Saturday. Benedictine star Ed Davis shared the MVP title with Darien Brothers as each scored 13. Source: RTD
The Highland Springs Springers knocked off top-ranked Benedictine 53-51 in the finals of the Richmond Times Dispatch High School basketball tournament. Benedictine, ranked #1 in the area, faced a 7 point half-time deficit and was unable pull out a victory. Benedictine beat the Springers earlier this year by four points. Benedictine’s bench provided little depth, […]