CELEBRATING CATHOLIC EDUCATION

CELEBRATING   CATHOLIC  EDUCATION

Catholic schools were built in this country beginning in the 19th century. Now, centuries later, the desire for a Catholic education still flourishes. That is the seed of the national, weeklong celebration of Catholic Schools Week. Sponsored by the NCEA, Catholic schools plan events that “focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to Church, local communities and the nation.”

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AIM = Art in Motion

AIM = Art in Motion

Its aim is to provide more opportunities for our students who have a passion for the arts to perform or display their talents. The Club is called AIM and it means Art in Motion. At a recent AIM evening, the winter howl did not erase the sound of applause in the auditorium for songs sung, music played and poetry read. Art displays delighted those who adjoined to the caf at intermission for some treats and beverages.

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AN FBI VISIT

AN FBI VISIT

It isn’t everyday that the FBI visits AWHS. But now and then, the visit is a good one for students and anyone who can drop by Ms. Kennedy’s Forensic class. FBI Special Agent Brian LeBlanc came prepared to share with Ms. Kennedy’s classes the experience of working in counter espionage, the experience of being a Bomb Technician and the value of setting goals and achieving them through tenacity and passion.

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STUDENT RECOGNITION

STUDENT RECOGNITION

f you are lucky enough to be a student in Mr. Robert Brearley’s theology class, you know that you will spend the year, in his class, examining your soul and recognizing the souls of others. When Mr. Brearley looks at the students that fill the seats in 103, he see’s limitless potential and goodness. And in making that assessment this theology teacher has created a class tradition in his sophomore classes.

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