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Ground Game Punishes Patterson in 49-28 Win

Ground Game Punishes Patterson in 49-28 Win

Brother Martin scored four first-half touchdowns to help defeat Patterson 49-28 in Week 1 of the 2014 season.  Brother Martin (1-0) wasted little time getting things going by opening the game with a 12-play, 70 yard drive that ate 5:52 off the clock. The running back duo of Jared West and …

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Yesterday Staff Attends Workshop

Yesterday Staff Attends Workshop

Colin Lovecchio ’15 and Colin Schnauder ’15 recently spent the day off campus at a yearbook workshop hosted by Jostens at the Stage Door Canteen.  Yesterday staff members, along with yearbook staffers from 20 other area schools, spent the day learning the latest tricks in yearbook design and editing.  After …

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‘Saders Get Jacked Up for the Lumberjacks!

‘Saders Get Jacked Up for the Lumberjacks!

The Conlin Gym was filled with ‘Sader Spirit at this morning’s pep rally!  The entire student body packed the gym to cheer on the Crusader football team as they get set to travel to Patterson, LA and face the Lumberjacks!  Students were introduced to the Crusader football offensive starters …

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Separating Dyes

Separating Dyes

Recently, Mr. Valiente’s Chemistry classes participated in a paper chromatography lab. Students were asked to take a mixture of food dyes and using various solvents try to separate the dyes into their individual colors. The lab afforded the students an opportunity to learn a separation technique that is widely …

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Crusader Senior Featured in New Orleans Magazine

Crusader Senior Featured in New Orleans Magazine

Crusader senior, Zachary Pomet is featured in this month’s issue of St. Charles Avenue Magazine for his volunteer work as a student activist. Pomet plans to attend Louisiana State University to take courses in engineering and architecture. He says he’ll always be involved in his community, and once he’s at college …

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Environmental Exploration!

Environmental Exploration!

Some of our 8th & 9th grade students in Environmental Science explored the far reaches of our beautiful planet without leaving the comfort of our campus last Friday afternoon! Using Google Earth, the students navigated around the planet in search for photos that include the four systems of our …

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Newly Established FIRST Tech Challenge Teams has First Competition

Newly Established FIRST Tech Challenge Teams has First Competition

Brother Martin’s newly established FIRST Tech Challenge (Robotics) team traveled to the Red Stick Rumble hosted by Woodlawn High School in Baton Rouge. Our students were able to see other teams from schools in the Gulf South region compete in both small and large scale robot games. The visit …

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Tom Benson ’44 Honored with Statue Overlooking Champions Square

Tom Benson ’44 Honored with Statue Overlooking Champions Square

The New Orleans Saints and Pelicans Owner/Chairman of the Board Tom Benson ’44 was honored on Tuesday, September 2nd by the New Orleans community for his contributions to the people of Louisiana and the City of New Orleans throughout his career. Among those in attendance were Sean Payton, Drew Brees, …

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Strong Offense Leads Crusaders to Victory

Strong Offense Leads Crusaders to Victory

Four high schools competed in the first ever Brothers of the Sacred Heart Jamboree this past weekend, held at the football stadium at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux. Holy Cross defeated Houma’s Vandebilt Catholic in the first game. The Crusaders then defeated Thibodaux’s E.D. White’s Cardinals in the second …

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Rolling Through Lunch

Rolling Through Lunch

On campus for lunch today was Rock-n-Sake Sushi.  Crusader students enjoyed California Rolls and Crunchy Rolls, prepared by the sushi chefs, as a special lunch treat.  Thanks, Rock-n-Sake!


Back to School Night

Back to School Night

At the first Back to School Night, Crusader families came to campus and spent an evening in their son’s shoes. Parents took their son’s schedule and walked the halls to meet all their teachers for the 2014-2015 school year. Alumni and members of the Ladies of the Shield volunteered …

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New Student Ministers are Ready for the New Year

New Student Ministers are Ready for the New Year

At the end of July, students from the Brothers of the Sacred Heart schools — Brother Martin, Catholic High, E. D. White, St. Stanislaus, Vandebilt — and students from St. Scholastica, assembled at St. Stanislaus in Bay St. Louis for an intense training workshop on the various attributes of …

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Class of 2015 “Rings” in the New Year

Class of 2015 “Rings” in the New Year

After receiving their rings at Ring Mass and “Fun in the Sun” day, the Class of 2015 wrapped up the week by celebrating at their Ring Dance, held in the Brother Mark Thornton Terrace.  Music from with DJ got the students on their feet and packed the dance floor.  Even …

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Senior Class has “Fun in the Sun”

Senior Class has “Fun in the Sun”

After a monumental night of receiving their senior rings, the Class of 2015 took a day off and traveled to Lynhaven for a day of “Fun in the Sun”.  Seniors enjoyed lots of food from the moment they arrived until every last bite was eaten!  Paddle boat races, horse …

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Senior Ring Liturgy

Senior Ring Liturgy

Members of the Class of 2015 and their families attended the annual Ring Mass at St. Joseph’s Church. Celebrant ordained Brother of the Sacred Heart Louis Couvillon, S.C., encouraged the seniors to develop and share their gifts as leaders of the school. In a special reflection, school president John …

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