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Laurie Los, Standard-Times/ Bishop Stang Students, Jacob Cookinham '23 and Aidan O'Malley '21 were named the Standard-Times 2019-20 Boys Indoor Track and Field Super Team and All Star members. Logan Brierly '20, Andrew Forin '23 and Malik Magnuson '21 received Honorable Mentions. Congratulations to our Spartan Village Indoor Track Super Stars!

No one could touch Lattuca during the regular season as she went undefeated in the 300, 600 and 1,000. The four-time Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star won conference crowns in the 300 and 600. Although she qualified in multiple events, she focused on the 600 at the Div. 5 meet and took third (season-best 1:38.82) to advance to All-States, where she placed 13th (1:38.98). Her season best in the 300 was 43.31. “She’s a fierce competitor,” said Bishop Stang coach Steve McGonigle. “She hates to lose. You can see she runs angry. She just wants to win every race. She’s a special runner.”

Bishop Stang music students, led by teacher Melissa Murphy-Leite turned social distancing into a beautiful symphony with their a capella rendition of Happy Together

Bishop Stang junior Declan Markey was named the 2019-2020 Standard-Times Boys Basketball Player of the Year!  Way to go Declan and all of Spartan Village! Read the full article by Laurie Los in the Standard-Times Southcoast Today

Bishop Stang Honors Biology students presented projects at the regional science fair where 7 of the 9 projects qualified to compete in the upcoming State-wide fair being held at M.I.T. and 6 of those 7 projects were recognized with special honors. Way to go students, Mrs. Donna Habershaw and the entire Bishop Stange Science Department!

The 10th Anniversary of our Bishop Stang Book Sale is Saturday, April 4th, from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm in the cafeteria. All proceeds will be donated in memory of teacher Richard Flyn and Joseph Silva to the American Heart Association. Click above for more information on how you can help!

Bishop Stang High School is excited to announce the hiring of Alexandria Andrade, Class of 2009, to lead us in 2020 and onward with our Softball Program! Alex has played in our program and takes tremendous pride in it.  She wants our young people to experience the same successes and share in the pride that she has in the program.

Isabella Escoto, Mackenzie Fillion, Caitlyn Moore, John Paul Martin, and Alex Fernandes each were presented awards from the local chapter of the Knights of Columbus for their submissions to the Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest.  This year’s theme, “Discuss the meaning of Virtue and how you live and embody the virtue of Charity.”

By Kate Robinson (Dartmouth Week): The Bishop Stang High School girls’ ice hockey team differs from the boys’ team in more than a few ways — but one major distinction is that more than half of the girls hail from outside the Catholic high school on Slocum Road.

Myles Forgue is the Junior Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 24 New Bedford at Saint Joseph Saint Therese Church, acquired the rank of Eagle Scout on August 7th, 2019, and is being recognized for earning Scouting’s highest distinction on Sunday, November 10th.

Bishop Stang High School is pleased to announce the Julie (Stockwell) Letourneau, for the position of Head Girls Basketball Coach.

Bishop Stang High School announces that the following students have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program: Kathleen C. Downey (Mattapoisett) Cameron T. Garde (Fairhaven) Quinn J. Sullivan (Westport)

The Bishop Stang High School Library was recently awarded a federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant for $12,000 from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC). LSTA is administered on the federal level by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and in the Commonwealth by the MBLC.

Student members of Bishop Stang High School’s National Honor Society recently held their annual Rock-a-thon to help local food pantries ease local families’ food insecurity.

Bishop Stang High School announces the hiring of former Spartan field hockey player Kara LeBlanc Caron, ‘92 for the position of Head Field Hockey Coach.

Bishop Stang High School has announced the launch of a Learning Differences Program, offering students with special education needs the opportunity to experience the school’s tradition of excellence in Catholic, college-preparatory education.  Through a generous grant from the SEAL (Specialized Education For All Learners) Foundation, the program will provide the necessary resources to help Bishop Stang students reach their full potential.

The Bishop Stang High School Theatre Company presented the world’s longest running musical, “Les Misérables,” for the 2019 Spring Musical on April 25, 26, and 27 at 7 p.m. This modern classic, based on Victor Hugo’s novel, features one of the most memorable scores of all time.

The Business Club at Bishop Stang had a strong presence at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth for the Titan Challenge on Tuesday, March 14, hosted by Junior Achievement of Southern Massachusetts.  The team of Clinton Hegarty of Westport, and George Brown and Ben Markert of Portsmouth won the day and received first place overall. Each member of the team earned a $1,000 scholarship for the college of their choice, which is doubled if the students choose to attend UMass Dartmouth.

Five Bishop Stang High School students have received awards 2018-19 Knights of Columbus for their submissions to the Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest.

A dozen students from Bishop Stang High School have qualified and will participate in the 58th annual BCC/Rensselaer Region III Science and Engineering Fair, which will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Bristol Community College in Fall River.  The students will present seven different projects at the fair. The participants from Bishop Stang are all members of the Honors Biology Classes and are currently in the 9th grade. These projects include the following topics:

Bishop Stang High School has announced the launch of the College Gateway Program, offering students the opportunity to earn college credit while still enrolled in high school.  College credits earned in an approved program will be recognized as credit earned toward Bishop Stang’s graduation requirements. Dual enrollment courses will be recognized on Bishop Stang transcripts and will be factored into the Bishop Stang GPA using the same weight as Advanced Placement courses.

On November 9th and 10th, the Bishop Stang Theatre Company presented everyone's Chirstmas favorite, A Christmas Carol, adapted for the stage by Patrick Barlow.

"Let There be Light" is a multidisciplinary project through which Bishop Stang faculty and students from Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics classes worked to create a Microbial Fuel Cell from mud to benefit students in Africa.

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