The mission of Brother Martin High School is to form young people through a holistic education that fosters academic excellence in a caring, disciplined community which integrates Catholic tradition and the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to meet the needs of a changing world.
Congratulations to several Crusaders who were recognized this weekend at the Annual Archdiocesan Leadership Celebration at the St. Louis Cathedral: Recognized as Parish Youth Leaders were, Seniors Nick Gonsoulin at St. Agnes, William Leonard at St. Angela Merici, Matthew Sharp at St. Cletus, and Patrick Newburger at St. Francis Xavier. Also recognized were Juniors Michael Wilson at St. Ann, Michael Connick at St. Benilde, Ethen Hew at St. Edward the Confessor, and Freshman Emmanuel Levy at St. Clement of Rome. Senior Bryce Barbaro was recognized as the Matt Hill Award recipient. This award recognizes a student who has gone above and beyond throughout their high school years with their CYO athletic teams. Finally, the highest award given at the ceremony is the St. Timothy Award. This award recognizes those students who exemplify Christian service, Catholic leadership, and good moral standards. They have offered their time and talents in service of their church parish and the community at large. Congratulations to seniors Alex Hassinger, Les Levy, Patrick Newburger, and Ryan O’Rourke who each received the St. Timothy Award. Brother Martin is very proud to have such outstanding young men doing great things in their church parishes.
Congratulations to the following Crusader Rugby Team members who were recognized at this past weekend’s competitions: 1st Team All State – Nick Gonsoulin, Logan Neill, and Andrew Richardson. 2nd Team All State were Rory Rousset and Cameron Duplantier. And finally, Honorable Mention All State went to Andrew Jeffries.
The Book Club meeting will take place on Thursday at 7:20 AM in the Library.
If you have signed up to attend the College Run, then you must see Coach Lambert by the end of the school day on Wednesday in Room 303.
The next session of Brother Martin’s Driver’s Ed Course will take place from June 5th – June 9th in the Health Room of the Ridgley Center. The cost of the course, including the driving portion, is $420. Space in the class is limited; therefore, you must pick up a sign-up sheet at the Student Services Office and return the completed forms as soon as possible with your payment. Questions regarding Driver’s Ed should be directed to Mr. Gatti.
Attention Lacrosse Players: All cleaned uniforms will be collected today during 8th period and after school in the Student Services Lobby.
Attention Seniors: Don’t forget to purchase your Prom Tickets at the Student Services Office. Tickets to the quickly approaching May 5th Senior Prom are $80 per couple and can be paid with cash, a check, or using by using your Brother Martin Debit Account.
The Dionysians will present their spring musical Godspell on Saturday and Sunday at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. There will also be a 2:00 p.m.matinee on Saturday. Tickets are $12 at the door and $15 for reserved seating. Come out to support your fellow Crusaders as they perform one of Broadway’s most beloved classics. For tickets or further information, please email Mr. Joyner.
THANK YOU, THAT IS ALL!!!