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Seattle, WA 98103
Sending off our wrestlers and swimmers in signature BBHS style! Cheer on the Braves below as they prepare for State competition this weekend:
Swim & Dive
Three BBHS Knowledge Bowl teams competed at the regional tournament and one qualified for State! Congrats and go Braves!
[02/15/17] The girls beat Cleveland 69-30! Go Braves!
Brave sports fans! Make sure to come out this evening for District playoffs to cheer on your women's hoops team! The Braves take on Cleveland at 7pm at Chief Sealth.
The BBHS Wrestling team is also having a great season and advanced four wrestlers to the State meet this Friday at the Tacoma Dome. Plan on cheering them on to victory!
Introducing your 2017 Metro Champs! The women defeated West Seattle 62-46 this evening. Go Braves!
And congrats to coach Brett Hecko, voted Metro Coach of the Year, and Jadyn Bush '17, named All-Metro 1st Team.
Still undefeated! The girls head to the Metro Championships tomorrow! http://www.seattletimes.com/sports/high-school/girls-basketball-top-ranked-blanchet-beats-garfield-and-improves-to-21-0/
seattletimes.com Blanchet takes on West Seattle (16-6) in Friday’s Metro championship game at 5:45 p.m. at Chief Sealth High School.
Will this be BBHS tomorrow morning??
In any case, you get to sleep in since we'll be operating on a two hour late start. If driving conditions mean a cancellation, we will certainly update you as soon as a decision is made in the morning!
Dear BBHS Families,
Less than three weeks ago, our community celebrated Social Justice Week. We spent the week learning how to be in solidarity with all of our brothers and sisters through various morning reflections and activities, and a moving MLK & Social Justice Week assembly that left deep impressions on hearts. We were reminded by the words of Dr. Martin Luther King that while there are many injustices happening in the world, everyone can serve and that it only takes a "heart full of grace" and a "soul generated by love." Social Justice Week was a meaningful reminder of the work we are called to do as a faith community as we find ways to serve one another and strive for solidarity.
In acknowledgement of the recent concerns regarding restrictions on individuals entering the U.S. from certain countries, we recognize the deep impact this may have on some members of our very own community. As our mission statement clearly asserts, Bishop Blanchet High School seeks to educate students within a challenging, positive and diverse learning environment so that we may inspire students to transform the world around them through a lifelong commitment to faith, scholarship and service. As has always been our practice, BBHS will continue to welcome and serve all of its students and families. We greatly value the dimensions of education, experience, and empathy-building that stem from serving a richly diverse community.
Students and families: please know that our doors are open to you. Should you seek additional support during this time, please remember the resources available to you through your teachers, the Counseling Center, Campus Ministry, the Office of Diversity & International Services, and many others here to offer support, regardless of their formal roles in the school. Teachers will be reading this letter to students through their Theology classes over the next couple days so that students will also have a chance to absorb this information and have an opportunity for dialogue.
We continuously strive to be in solidarity with our brothers and sisters as the Church teaches us: We are one human family whatever our national, racial, ethnic, economic, and ideological differences. We are our brothers' and sisters' keepers, wherever they may be. Loving our neighbor has global dimensions in a shrinking world. At the core of the virtue of solidarity is the pursuit of justice and peace. Pope Paul VI taught that if you want peace, work for justice. The Gospel calls us to be peacemakers. Our love for all our sisters and brothers demands that we promote peace in a world surrounded by violence and conflict.
We pray that you may know and feel how valued you are in this school and that every student at BBHS feels loved, seen and celebrated for the various gifts they bring to our community.
Grace and Peace,
The BBHS Leadership Team
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