Our Mission

Saint Robert Bellarmine Catholic School is dedicated to educating students in a Catholic, Christ-centered environment. We are united by our Core Values of Living Faith, Practicing Service, Achieving Excellence, Inspiring Leadership, and Promoting Collaboration.

 

Living Our Vision

We empower students to achieve excellence and become leaders of all to Christ as they live meaningful lives of service inspired by the teachings of Jesus.

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Congratulations to Young Author

Congratulations to Maggie McGill who took first place in the fifth grade division for the Virginia Frank Writing Contest sponsored by the Friends of the Omaha Public Library.  She will enjoy a reception at the W. Dale Clark Library and our library will receive 100.00.  

 

Nebraska Geography Bee

Special congratulations to our very own John Dickas, eighth grade student, who placed fourth out of 100 Geography Bee Competitors at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  The competition includes students in grades 4 through 8 in the state of Nebraska.  John earned the right to compete by winning the school geography bee and then scoring high enough on the preliminary geography bee exam.  Congratulations again John!

 

 

History Fair Winners

Congratulations to Anna Voelker and Sydney Schmidt for their incredible work representing St. Robert Bellarmine School at the Omaha District History Fair.  Each student that participated in the Junior Paper Division had to submit an entry on the topic of “Taking a Stand.”  The paper needed to be at least 1,500 words long and contain an annotated bibliography.  Anna Voelker took third place for her paper on Nelson Mandela and Sydney Schmidt took second place for her paper on Taking a Stand Against Racial Segregation.  Anna and Sydney will advance to the state competition in April with a chance to represent our school in Washington D.C.  Congratulations and good luck!  

 

Rotary Winners

Congratulations are in order for our eighth grade students who have been honored with a very special recognition this year.  The Rotary Honor Award recognizes students who display exemplary character, leadership, scholarship, and presence.  This year’s recipients are: Daniel Kleinsmith, Caelan Reinhart, and Eva Watson. These students will be honored at a special city wide luncheon taking place in May.  Congratulations to all!

 

Congratulations to Young Author

Congratulations to Maggie McGill who took first place in the fifth grade division for the Virginia Frank Writing Contest sponsored by the Friends of the Omaha Public Library.  She will enjoy a reception at the W. Dale Clark Library and our library will receive 100.00.  

Nebraska Geography Bee

Special congratulations to our very own John Dickas, eighth grade student, who placed fourth out of 100 Geography Bee Competitors at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  The competition includes students in grades 4 through 8 in the state of Nebraska.  John earned the right to compete by winning the school geography bee and then scoring high enough on the preliminary geography bee exam.  Congratulations again John!

 

History Fair Winners

Congratulations to Anna Voelker and Sydney Schmidt for their incredible work representing St. Robert Bellarmine School at the Omaha District History Fair.  Each student that participated in the Junior Paper Division had to submit an entry on the topic of “Taking a Stand.”  The paper needed to be at least 1,500 words long and contain an annotated bibliography.  Anna Voelker took third place for her paper on Nelson Mandela and Sydney Schmidt took second place for her paper on Taking a Stand Against Racial Segregation.  Anna and Sydney will advance to the state competition in April with a chance to represent our school in Washington D.C.  Congratulations and good luck!  

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