St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic School empowers students to:

  • Achieve their highest potential
  • Live meaningful lives inspired by the teachings of Jesus and
  • Serve others while becoming leaders of all to Christ.

 
Rotary Winners are Announced
Monday, 23 February 2015 12:50

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: Delaney Foley, John Pritchard, and Liam Reinhart.  These students will be honored at a special city wide luncheon taking place in May.  Congratulations to all! 

 

 
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 21:17

On Wednesday, February 11, our eighth grade scholarship recipients were honored during an all school assembly. All of us shared in the excitement as representatives from each high school presented the honors. We are very proud to say that 27% of our eighth grade class received scholarships to the school of their choice.

Congratulations to these 17 students and their families who were presented scholarships to their prospective high schools: Marian High School - Maria Kleinsmith, Anaja Arthur, Maeve Kelly, Anna Kenney; Skutt Catholic High School - Mary Grace Watson, Maddie Mollner; Duchesne Catholic Academy - Jessica Quinn, Tara Erker, Delaney Foley, Meg Reinhart; Creighton Prep High School - Luke Dickas, Jason Kwong, William Reinhart, Mitchell Finocchiaro, Colin Inda, John Pritchard, and Zach Draper.

A special congratulations to Luke Dickas, Jason Kwong, William Reinhart and Mitchell Finocchiaro who were among the top 15 students who took the test at Creighton Prep.

 
SRB School has a Facebook Page
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 12:21

We are excited to announce that SRB school has a Facebook.  Please visit our Facebook at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic School to like and share our page.  We will post information that will give you a behind the scenes look at what is going on here at school.  Thank you in advance for sharing our information with your family and friends on Facebook!

 
National Blue Ribbon Nomination Announcement
Monday, 09 February 2015 10:05

We received word from the Council for American Private Education (CAPE) that they have chosen our school to be nominated for the U. S. Department of Education's National Blue Ribbon Award.  You will recall that we sent our application to CAPE in early December.  They received 96 applications from private schools throughout the United States of America.  They were able to choose and nominate only 50 of those schools to move on to the next step.

In order to qualify to apply, our school had to show documentation that we scored in the top 15 percent of schools nationwide for all grade levels tested on standardized tests in the areas of reading and math.  In addition, we sent in answers to many essay questions which further spoke of the excellence for which St. Robert Bellarmine School is widely known. 

Applying was a great honor, and being chosen by CAPE is an even greater honor.  We could not be more proud of our teachers, students, and parents.

Since we have been selected by CAPE for nomination, we now have the privilege of submitting our nomination to Blue Ribbon who will select the final winning schools from across the nation.  The final submission to the U.S. Department of Education is due by the end of February.  The winning schools will be notified by September of 2015. 

We know you join us in congratulating our teaching staff on the hard work they have done as they have guided our students to reach for excellence.  We also thank our students, parents, parishioners, and benefactors as they have worked with us to fulfill the mission of St. Robert Bellarmine School. 

It is a great time to be a Cardinal!

 
SRB ‘March’ to D.C. for Life
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 09:22

In conjunction with Catholic Schools Week, and the March for Life January 22, the Student Council has dubbed this year’s walkathon, “SRB ‘March’ to D.C. for Life!”  We are hoping that our collective miles logged will add up to the distance to Washington, D.C.!  The walkathon will be held on the morning of Wednesday, February 4, 2015. 

Instead of asking for monetary donations, students in grades preschool through 4 are being asked to donate a small, new, “baby shower” item for Essential Pregnancy Services.  Students in grades 5 through 8 are being asked to bring a travel-size, personal care item for an elderly person who lives at the Douglas County Health Center.  These students will also make prayer cards for the residents there.  Thank you for your encouragement and prayers as we embark on our own March for Life!

 
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