The late Stephen J. McGrath, Class of 1971 and former development director at Archbishop Williams High School, was honored November 5 by family, friends and his high school alma mater at the dedication of a new student center bearing his name. "Everytime we pass through those doors, we’ll remember all that Steve McGrath means to the Archbishop Williams community,” said President Dennis Duggan.Read More
On Thursday, November 2, the “Club Español Olé” celebrated the “Day of the Dead.” Students brought in their homemade “Bread of the Dead,” which was entered into a competition. Find out who won here. Members are looking forward to the next meeting which involves making a Spanish classic, churros and chocolate.Read More
The Archbishop Williams High School Theater Ensemble will present “Murderous Night at the Museum,” a comic murder mystery, at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17-18, at the school, 80 Independence Ave..Read More
“I hope they learned as much from us as we learned from them,” Principal Michael Volonnino said about the group. “On their national tour, they usually just visit with school administrators for a Q&A session, so it was great for them to visit classes in session.”Read More
Elizabeth Saltzman was only one of six girls from Massachusetts, and the only one from southeastern Mass., selected as a delegate to the conference - the largest gathering of girls in the world!
“It was incredible,” Saltzman said. “I felt as though I was a part of something so much bigger than myself..."Read More
Do you have an idea for a new invention, service or business, but don’t know where to go or how to get started? Phil Symons, program manager from Junior Achievement Academy, offered seniors in Ms. Joanne Adams Personal Finance Class an overview of entrepreneurship and the services that JA offers to help make their business dreams come true.Read More