1 The Banner Egg-citing times at BC! Students in Physics and Honors Physics participated in a design challenge during the week of October 3rd. The challenge was to design a landing device for an egg that would allow it to safely land from a height of 4 meters (about 12 feet). The students had limited time to build the egg lander and the available materials were ten soda straws, ten popsicles sticks, five rubber bands and various lengths of string and tape. More than half the students were successful in their effort to design and create the egg landing device. Winning designs will be displayed in the Physics Lab, A-4. Written by: Mr. Jim Hicks November 2011
2 Happy November, Everyone! Letter from the Principal... Our weather is finally cooler, and soon we ll be wishing it were warmer! During this past month, our Sophomores and Juniors went through the rigors of standardized testing. Our freshmen enjoyed the first of their yearly retreats with Fr. Ronald, our Campus Minister, and the Religious Studies Department teachers. Thanks to Stewart Pinkerton, Director of Guidance/Counselor and College Advisor, this year our Seniors were very fortunate to have numerous career stations to visit. As Greg Markiton, our Advancement Team Director said in an to alumni asking if they would be interested in speaking to our Cadets, One thing that makes our Benedictine family special is the diversity of our students and alumni. 5,000 alumni have walked the halls at BC and they are now serving the communities where they live. Benedictine is fortunate to have many of these successful alumni serving in various capacities throughout the Coastal Empire. To that end, the aforementioned career stations were led by T.J. Hollis 95 on the topic of law, Mike Viers 81 on Banking, Vincent Ferraro 76 on Construction, Brooks Ziegler 01 on Insurance, John DeLoach 85 on Sales and Marketing, and Dick McAllaster, Board member, on Business/Investing. I have always believed that education and learning take many forms. While books are important and homework serves the purpose of practicing what one has been taught, nothing is more important than a teacher. Nikos Kazantzakis wrote Zorba the Greek and of teachers he said, "Ideal teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross, then having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own." Our Studio Art classes toured the Jepson and the Telfair Museums thanks to Sandra Levin, Fine Arts Department Chair. Physics students had their annual Egg Drop Contest designing containers for a raw egg hoping that, when dropped from a 12 ladder, the egg would survive. Much credit is deserved as, under the direction of James Hicks, Science Department Chair and Physics Teacher, many did, in fact, survive. Those are just 2 examples of the inspiring and enquiring nature of our faculty. Our Football and Cross-Country Teams are doing well this season. Coach Britt and his staff have done an outstanding job making our Cadets physically strong and mentally prepared to face their opponents. I don t know of anyone who has not thoroughly enjoyed the games we ve played at historic Grayson Stadium. Love those Friday Night lights! Likewise Coach Curley has his runners challenging their adversaries! Their region championship is days away from now, so by the time you read this, we may know how well they fared! Our runners are a tight knit bunch, each of whom supports the others as the sprint the last yards of their run. As you might imagine, wrestling, basketball, and swimming are gearing up for their seasons as well. As you probably know, BC offers every Georgia High School Association (GHSA) sport for boys! Not bad for a small school and what an opportunity for our boys! Most of our coaches are faculty members here at BC, many coach more than one sport. They deserve so much credit for the countless hours and effort they dedicate to our Cadets. They love BC and they love the boys. As we give thanks for all the blessings God has given us, the Faculty, Staff, and Administration wish you all a very Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving. Warm regards, Deborah A. Antosca, Ed.D. Principal
3 BC National Honor Society Events The National Honor Society Blood Drive will be on Monday Nov. 21 starting at 8:30 a.m. Please take the time to donate blood. Each donation can save up to 3 lives. This takes about one hour from beginning to end and you get snacks afterward! The BC National Honor Society has been raising money at the home football games by having a face painting booth! With the help of St. Vincent s students, the fundraiser has been very successful. Thanks to everyone that came by and participated. Board of Directors Officers Chairman: Mr. William E. Schmitt Vice Chairman: Mr. J. Marc Friday 78 Board of Directors Rev. Robert E. Chaney 78 Rev. Daniel F. Firmin, J.C.L. Dr. Joseph K. Hogan 82 Rev. Philip Kanfush, O.S.B. Sister Johanna Maguire, R.S.M. Mr. Thomas J. Mahoney III 81 Mr. Richard McAllaster Mr. Charles H. Moore, Jr. 79 Hon. Mary Kathryn H. Moss Mr. Walter B. Murphy III 71 Mr. William W. Shearouse, Jr. 66 Sister Lourdes Sheehan, R.S.M. Mrs. Kathy H. Siler Rt. Rev. Placid D. Solari, O.S.B. Mr. Donald M. Thompson 65 Mr. O.C. Welch III 73 Dr. Edward J. Whelan III 71
4 11/1 Mass All Saints Day 11/3 Varsity Groves Leaders are our GOAL Breakfast 11/4 ½ Day for students November Calendar of Events 11/5 Varsity Cross Country GHSA State Championship 11/7 Junior & Senior order days (cap and gown or class rings) 11/9 Astronomy Star Party 5:30PM Gray s Reef: A National Treasure 6:30PM 11/11 Veteran s Day (Holiday) BC Basketball Alumni Game 11/13 BC Open House 2:00PM - 4:00PM 11/15 Varsity Basketball Scrimmage vs. SCPS PTO General Meeting 11/18 Senior Retreat Calvary Gentlemen, Start Your...Chariots. 11/21 St. Augustine Field Trip NHS Blood Drive 11/23-11/25 Thanksgiving Holidays 11/29 Windsor Forest Visit for the most up to date information regarding dates and events! By: Shelly Roberts On November 18, Benedictine will experience its second annual Chariot Races, featuring the Latin classes' varied designs and methods of attack. For freshmen Latin students, it's their first opportunity to achieve this glory, and for returning Latin students, it's their chance for revenge in a rematch! This year the Latin I, II, and III classes will test their designs against each other, racing around the BC track. Each class is divided into groups of three, and those groups are given five weeks to design and build their own chariot. One student serves as the charioteer, while the other two students in the group provide the "Cadet-power" necessary to propel their design. This project involves research, applications of skills from other disciplines and classes, and the values of teamwork and trust. Last year was a huge success, attracting large audiences of fellow classmates, teachers, and even some parents! Parents and families are invited again this year to watch their sons racing in action. The more support we can attract to this event, the more attention we hope can be drawn to the exciting and unusual applications of BC's excellent academic tradition. Here's to hoping for beautiful weather and exceeding glory to the winners!
5 November Faculty and Staff Birthdays Joanna Wood - 11/25 Deb Antosca - 11/27 New Club Offerings Our devoted faculty and staff have listened to the interests and activities of our Cadets and have come up with a few new extra-curricular opportunities for the Cadets to gain new experiences. Our Chemistry teacher and resident rock star and band member, Rigel Crockett is starting a School of Rock Club. This club will offer our musically talented boys the opportunity to play as a band, and maybe even start their own! School of Rock Club is currently seeking donations of drum sets, amps, PA System and microphones. Contact Mr. Crockett at for more information. Senior Andrew Ward is interested in starting a Skeet/Clay Shooting Club. Andrew has already set something up with the manager of the gun club down the street and his dad, Tim, is willing to help out, as are his BC buddies, with transportation for the team. The Skeet/Clay Shooting Club will begin formally begin 2nd semester. Development Officer Barb Evans, an avid sailor, has resurrected the BC sailing team just in time to finish the 2011 fall season and be ready for the 2012 winter/spring regattas. If you are interested in joining the team, please contact Coach, Barbara Evans at or or come by her office in the Business Office. Practices are held at Lake Mayer and there is a $100/student fee in order to practice and use their boats. The fee covers liability and boat usage/maintenance. Most regattas are local or within a 2-hour drive. Come join the fun! And, as if a School of Rock Club, Skeet/Clay Shooting Club, and Sailing Club weren t enough, our talented Fine Arts instructor Sandra Levin, is starting a Digital Photography Club in January. BC used to offer a photography class complete with dark room experience, but Sandra s new club will move the Cadets into the 21st Century and expose them to the technical side of digital photography. For more information contact Sandra Levin at If your son is interested in participating in any of our new additional extra-curricular activities, please contact the faculty or staff member in charge!
6 1st Quarter Honor Roll! High Honors Dorbin G. Abendano II Ari W. Anderson Brennen K. Anderson Bryce H. Bailey Thomas R. Benson Nicholas D. Carbo Alexander T. Coleman Robert L. Crider, Jr. Connor S. DeWitt Joseph M. Drought Charles H. Ferrelle V Kevin M. Fischer Conor L. Floyd Andrew L. Geha Sam O. Geha Joshua R. Goldstein Patrick G. Guthrie Loyd F. Hodges Daniel S. Hoffman Thomas J. Hogan III Joseph F. Ireland IV Sean M. Kelley Jason R. Kolbush Connor A. Kreide Grant R. Lanser Chase C. Lyndale Patrick R. Maguire Thomas J. Mahoney IV Garrett J. McBroom John P. McCarthy Thomas F. McCarthy Craig S. Moore, Jr. Anthony H. Nguyen Milen R. Patel William C. Phillips Conor W. Powers Jesse A. Reisman Connor L. Robertson Christopher D. Sells John J. Solitario Kyle A. South Charles A. Stewart Eugene B. Stewart II Benjamin D. Summerlin James F. Surrette Steven M. Tate Steven J. Tilton Christopher A. Woiwode Benjamin M. Wright Nigel B. Wright Warren P. Wright David A. Zambito Honor Roll Jacob D. Adair Youssef F. Awad Eric M. Bailey Thomas W. Ballew Thomas A. D. Barrow Matthew B. Bartholomew Aaron L. Beers Gage E. Bell Justin P. Bignault Matthew H. Blohm Nicholas F. Blohm Ian M. G. Booton Bridges C. A. Brantley John E. Bremer, Jr. Jasper E. Bridgeman, Jr. Marcus S. Brown II Joseph A. Bunger Benjamin R. Cannoles Reed T. Cetti Everette A. Coomer Matthew T. Coppage Dennis P. Counihan Bao-an H. Dang Agustus H. Dean Conner J. Deaton Brandon Del Valle John B. DeLoach Christopher DeMauro Michael E. DeMauro Matthew J. Douglas Nelson L. Drake Jarrod K. Drown William G. Eaton Levi A. Edwards Anthony A. Ellsessor Alexander J. Fanning Brian A. Finkel Jared P. Fogarty Conor P. Forbes Jared T. Geha Alston M. Grapengeter Keith L. Gregory Tristan G. Harkleroad Hunter V. Hebert Joseph R. Holguin George P. Jackson III Tayler K. Jakubsen Matthew D. Johnson Blake S. Kalan Ryan A. Kelly Daniel S. Kennedy Thomas K. Kennedy Robert R. Kenny\ Nicolas M. Kilbourne Robert T. King Vincent N. Koncul Elliot P. Kooden Joshua R. Laygo Devin L. Luther Daniel J. Mahoney Patrick R. McBride Austin M. McBroom Thomas R. McMillan III Andrew P. McNulty Edward C. Michaud IV Nicholas T. Mock Clayton A. Moore John T. Muller Austin K. Milligan Jonathan A. Neal Matthew B. Park Zachary N. Park Robert J. Pecenka III James C. Peters Steven A. T. Powers, Jr. Davis L. Remler Theodore S. Robertson, Jr. Patrick T. Rochefort Samuel G. Silverman Henry J. M. Solana Matthew T. Sparks Hans G. Stautberg Joshua S. Summerlin Nathaniel L. Tarbell John T. Tatum III Conrad E. A. Tebyanian-Haro Daniel L. Todesca Luis A. Tupac-Yupanqui Charles E. L. Turner Alexander V. Varlagas William W. Vaught Robert A. Warren David L. Wells III Andrew K. Werntz, Jr. Edward P. West, Jr. Robert D. White Jeremiah A. Willett Colby O. Winston Adam C. Winters
7 Meet the Faculty Stephen C. Carl I grew up in the great Pacific Northwest, state of Washington, in a small town bordering Oregon state, and right on the banks of the Columbia River. After graduation from Washougal High School in 1966, I attended Central Washington State College for one year. In October of 1967, I enlisted in the US Army and attended basic training at Fort Lewis, Washington. Upon completion of basic training, I was assigned to Fort Lee, Virginia where I completed my advanced individual training in the field of logistics. In April of 1968 was transferred to South Korea and assigned to the Headquarters, 2nd Supply and Transportation Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division. One year later, I left South Korea and was transferred to Augsburg, Germany and assigned to A Company 35th Supply and Service Battalion. In 1970, I met a young German lady and in 1971 we were married in Zollikofen, Switzerland. We celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary this past January. In June of 1972, I was transferred to Fort Lewis, Washington and assigned to the S-4, 80th Ordnance Battalion. It was there, that I came under the mentorship of a Chief Warrant Officer, who insisted I go back to college, finish my studies and apply for Warrant Officer. In June of 1974, I received orders and it was back to Germany, this time my station was Pirmasens, I was assigned to the United States Military Community Activity and became the Property Book NCO. In early 1976, I applied for an appointment as a Warrant Officer and after several interview boards and officer recommendations, I received my appointment in October I was immediately transferred to West Berlin and assigned the duties as Property Book Officer for the 2/9th Infantry Battalion. In June 1978, I received orders for Fort Hood, Texas. Upon my arrival, I was assigned to the Division Materiel Center 2nd Armor Division as a Property Book Team Chief. In June 1980, I received orders for Karlsruhe, Germany. Upon my arrival, I was assigned as the Brigade Supply Technician, Headquarters 160th Signal Brigade. In June 1985 I was transferred to Fort Stewart, Georgia and was assigned to the Division Materiel Center, 24th Infantry Division as a Property Book Team Chief. On April 30, 1988 I retired from the Army with 20 years, 6 months and 1 week of service. Military schools attended while on active duty include; 7th Army NCO Academy, NCR 500 Automated Property Accountability Course, D-Log Automated Property Book, Standard Property Book Automated System, and Warrant Officer Senior Course. On May 2, 1988 I began my career at Benedictine Military School. Since my employment, I have been the LET III Army Instructor in the JROTC program. Additional duties include JROTC Drill Team Coach and Logistics Officer. In March 1999, I had the honor of being inducted into the Benedictine Wall of Fame. Education continues throughout one s life, and I have completed on-line courses in the education field and several courses related to military duties performed at BC. During my tenure at BC, it has been a privilege to be an Army Instructor to so many great young men. I wish every cadet, past- present-and future the very best. God Bless all of you.
8 The Campaign for The 400 By: Greg Markiton Benedictine is THANKFUL for you, our supporters, during this time of Thanksgiving. Your gift to the Campaign for The 400 annual fund is a priceless investment in a young man s future. The Campaign for The 400 Annual Fund is the cornerstone of BC s giving programs that directly support our students and teachers. It helps fund financial aid, faculty salaries, technology, classroom equipment, student programs, and facility maintenance. Gifts of all sizes, from $1 to $100,000, have a positive impact on the daily life of our Benedictine cadets. More than 230 donors have already contributed to this school year s campaign! We have raised twice as much money as this time last year, but BC needs your help to keep the momentum going to reach our goal of $500,000. Thank you for your generosity, for keeping BC strong today, and for making its future that much brighter! A Controlled Burn By: Rigel Crockett On September 9, students in Rigel Crockett s chemistry class performed experiments on three different types of food to determine how much chemical energy (number of calories) was stored in them. Working in pairs, the cadets constructed calorimeters, devices that use water to capture the heat released by foods when they are burned. (Burning food gives off the same amount of energy as digesting food.) By measuring the temperature change of the water in their calorimeters, cadets were able to calculate how much energy was given off by each type of food. The results were perhaps not quite what you d think. Walnuts contain twice as many calories per gram as marshmallows and potato chips. And here s another way to look at the results: Bag of walnuts: $6.99 Bag of chips: $4.29 Bag of marshmallows: $1.39 Burning food in school while learning at the same time: Priceless
9 Harvest of Hope By: Brennan Lemieux 2011 Harvest of Hope Double Metric Century, a.k.a. Patrick s Ride A charity ride to benefit cancer victims. On the 15th of October, Mr. Lemieux, along with approximately 100 other cyclists set their sights on a day long bike ride from The Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center to Augusta, GA. Leaving Savannah at dawn, they would push through 136 miles of rolling hills and brisk winds in the name of cancer victims, their families, and one very special man, Patrick Booton. Patrick has overcome cancer twice, bounced back from a stroke, and survived a potentially deadly infection to his cervical spine. Despite all of this, Patrick started the ride ten years ago to celebrate being cancer free for five years. The route was symbolic. Augusta was the site of his first cancer diagnosis, and Savannah the site of his second. What started as an insane ride with a few friends has since grown to a 100 person, organized ride, raising over $61,000 this year on the 10th anniversary. Over the history of the ride, over $270,000 has been raised for local pediatric and adult cancer patients. BC played a role in fundraising this year, raising money through a dress down day. All monies go to support the Harvest of Hope retreat held at Ebenezer, allowing cancer victims and their families to enjoy a retreat of stress-free relaxation. Patrick s son, Ian, is a sophomore at BC. New Item at The Cadet Shop By: Brandi Edwards Greetings from The Cadet Shop, We have been off to a great start so far this year! Thank you to all who have volunteered their time to assist us and a thank you to all who have purchased from us as well. We have a new item this month. The BC pin which sells for $5.00. This is also available for mail order. The BC Pin is a great way to show your allegiance on any item of clothing. Also we are looking for volunteers for the upcoming sport seasons. I need some assistance with specific sports coordinating Cadet Shop attendance at major competitions and creating the sport T-shirt. If you would like to volunteer for your son s sport please let me know. I would greatly appreciate the help. Thank you, Brandi Edwards
10 Campus Ministry By: Fr. Ronald Gatman, O.S.B. - Campus Minister STUDYING Benedictine monasticism is interested in the development of the whole person, body, mind, and spirit. It seeks by various means of discipline to create a person who is balanced in all of these dimensions of his life. Saint Benedict taught that we are to exhibit moderation in all things, that we are to avoid excesses or extremes. When we go off on tangents we lose our balance and are out of kilter. In such a case we may neglect a specific dimension of our person. If all we do is exercise our bodies, but do not pray or study, we may have a marvelous physique, but we may be all brawn and no brain. If we spend our days in study alone, with little bodily movement, we may become obese or lose muscle tone and physical strength which will hinder us in the performance of certain necessary physical tasks. The neglect of prayer is equally detrimental to our growth as persons for we are spiritual beings who are destined ultimately to be one with God. Lack of prayer, means lack of communication with God, and a loss of the primary focus of life, the Divine. When we lose that focal point we simply drift along in life, not really knowing what it is all about and what our real purpose is in life which is to love God with our whole being. It is important to maintain our physical heath for this affects our ability to think well and to have the vigor to endure the struggle to maintain our orientation toward the good. Our mental health affects our physical well-being, since our bodies do what our minds tell them to do. And it likewise has an influence on our spiritual well-being. Being spiritually ill is detrimental to our physical and mental health. This just goes to show us that life is an organic whole. Everything is some related and affects everything else to varying degrees. And this truth is not restricted to this world in which we live. It also extends to the heavnly kingdom. The Jewish Kabbalah makes this point when it says, "God created the world (in which we live) in the image of the world above; all which is found above has its analogy below... and everything constitutes a unity." It further notes that what happens in heaven affects what goes on here on earth and vice versa. Taking all of this into consideration I would now like to focus on the intellectual dimension of our lives, the use of our minds. Here at Benedictine as it should be in all educational institutions, studying and learning are at the core of our daily routines. That is what our students are about, that is their primary work here at BC. The fact that we are capable of studying and learning is the result of the gift of intellect that God has given to us. We are made in the image and likeness of God who is intelligent, and who created the world in wisdom. Therefore, we can think and reason and discover truths as regards the world in which we live, God's world. Not only do we have the ability to think and reason and understand, but there is likewise something to understand for God made the world intelligible to the human mind. Studying and learning are responses to the gift of God who gave us the ability to do so. In its highest form studying is a means by which we can come to know God. And this is as has been said earlier our ultimate goal in life. When we apply ourselves to certain disciplines such as English, or History, or Science, or Mathematics, or Religion, or the learning of a Sport or how to sing or play and instrument, or create works of art, WE SHOULD GIVE IT OUR ALL. We should get into it and learn all that we can in these areas. There are truths to be discovered in all of these, and the discovery of truth is the primary function of our intellect. The truths that we discover in all areas of life are the truths that God put there from the beginning. The more we discover these truths, the more do we discover His ways, and in so doing do we discover Him. Sometimes people consider faith and reason to be at variance with one another, believing that the use of reason somehow is in opposition to faith, rather than being collaborative with it. They may feel that the truths discovered through the use or reason are distinct from those supposedly known through faith. Nothing could be further from the truth for God is One and is the Truth. When we discover the truth we discover God. The Belmont Abbey monks have a little saying which illustrates how rational pursuits of the truth and the truths revealed by faith are on the same track. It says, "Our students seek truth, our monks seek God, no wonder we both arrive at the same place." Studying and learning are a response to God's gift of intellect. When we do these things to the best of our ability we give glory and honor and praise to Him. And since it helps us to understand God's world it helps us to understand His ways. It is a means of communicating with God. Looking at it in this way we can see studying as a form of prayer, the purpose of which is to help us commune with God. The Baltimore Catechism tells us that God "made us to KNOW, love and serve Him in this world, and be happy with Him in the next." May this become a reality in our lives.
11 JROTC Cadet of the Month Winners for October are: Cadet Ari Anderson, 1st Squad, 1st Platoon, HHD, 1st Battalion. Cadet Warren Wright, 1st Squad, 1st Platoon, D Company, 2nd Battalion. Cadet Brad Stewart, 2nd Squad, 2nd Platoon, F Company, 3rd Battalion. JROTC Squad of the Quarter Winners for 1st Quarter are: 3rd Squad, 2nd Platoon, C Company, 2nd Battalion. Squad Leader is Cadet SGT Hans Stautberg. 2nd Squad, 1st Platoon, F Company, 3rd Battalion. Squad Leader is Cadet SFC Keith Gregory. JROTC Awards Presented JROTC academic awards for the school year were presented to returning Cadets during drill on Monday, September 19, The Distinguished Cadet Award for academic excellence is presented to the cadet exhibiting the highest degree of excellence in academics. Cadet Matthew Peters received this award. The Academic Excellence Award is presented annually to Cadets in each Leadership Education Training (LET) level for maintaining the highest academic grades. The award was presented to cadets Matthew Peters (LET II), William Phillips (LET III), and Christopher Sells (LET IV). The Academic Achievement Ribbon is presented annually to those Cadets maintaining a grade of A in all academic subjects. The award was presented to Cadets Thomas Benson, Nicholas Blohm, Charles Ferrelle, Brian Finkel, Sam Geha, Richard Lisicia, Antony Nguyen, Matthew Peters, Kyle South, Hans Stautberg, Steven Tate, Benjamin Wright, Nigel Wright, Dorbin Abendano, Joseph Ireland, Jason Kolbush, William Phillips, David Zambito, Bryce Bailey, Christopher Sells, Benjamin Summerlin, and James Surrette. Benedictine s Honor Unit with Distinction was also upheld in the past year, and the ribbon for that achievement for the year was presented at the award ceremony as well.
12 JROTC = Committment to the Community The JROTC Program here at Benedictine is one of great success and renowned for earning the Honor Unit of Distinction ranking 26 years in a row. One of the reasons the program is so successful are the Service Learning Education projects completed by the senior officers. The concept of service learning is that through the acts of bettering their school community, the Cadet Officers will experience firsthand the values and benefits of leading by example. This program provides an opportunity for Cadets to improve their leadership ability, a skill that will be vital in their future lives and careers. Such an opportunity is unmatched by other schools. The experience give to our Cadets through service learning is a strong example of why Benedictine is truly a unique educational experience. This year, the Senior JROTC Cadets are taking on several projects that look to be quite beneficial to the school. The Cadets are involved in the following service learning projects: running the Benedictine annual Canned Food Drive, cleaning up the school s cross country trail, cleaning the front of the academic building, cleaning the school parking lot, repainting the parking lines in the school lot, and cleaning the school s trophies and trophy cases in the academic and athletic building. This year s projects are wonderful endeavors and are sure to be beneficial to not only the Senior class, but to the school community as a whole. Gray s Reef: A National Treasure By: Br. Tim Brown, O.S.B. Gray s reef, located about 18 nautical miles off Sapelo Island, Georgia, has been a national marine sanctuary since It is one of the largest near shore live-bottom reefs in the southeastern United States and is part of the United States National Marine Sanctuary system which consists of 14 sanctuaries. The reef encompasses 22 sq. miles and its sandstone ledges, submerged feet below the surface, supports a variety of marine plant and animal life. Mr. Greg McFall is the Deputy Superintendent and Research Coordinator of the sanctuary at the NOAA office on Skidaway Island. He will give a presentation entitled Gray s Reef: A National Treasure on Wednesday, November 9 at 7:00 P.M. in the academic building on the BC campus. The presentation is part of the Fr. Albert Bickerstaff Memorial Lecture Series, established two years ago. During his presentation, Mr. McFall will focus on the importance of the reef to the environment, what is involved in its management, and research projects which are being conducted. The presentation is free and open to the public and a reception will precede it at 6:30.
13 BENEDICTINE 1902 MILITARY SCHOOL Fr. Albert Bickerstaff Memorial Lecture Series Presents Gray s Reef: A National Treasure Given by: Greg McFall, Deputy Superintendent & Research Coordinator of the Sanctuary at NOAA on Skidaway Island November 9, :00PM Pre-lecture Reception 6:30PM Benedictine Military School Academic Building *The lecture is free and open to the public
14 Leaders are our GOAL Breakfast
15 Future Cadets - Captains for the Day Each year, Benedictine donates several items to each of our feeder school auctions, among those items are the coveted BC Honorary Football Captain. This special honor allows the highest bidder to have their son participate in all of the traditions of the BC Football Program. The evening starts when the Honorary Football Captains join the Varsity Football team for the pre-game meal. At the meal, the Honorary Captains receive an actual game-worn football jersey and a football signed by the whole team. During the pre-game festivities, the Honorary Captains run on the field with the team and take part in the pre-game coin toss. This year s first Honorary Football Captain experience was held at the BC vs. St. Pius game on September 2nd. Our first Honorary Football Captains were Gavin Stewart, younger brother of Brad Stewart 15, a 4th grader at St. James School. Asa McManamy 3rd grader at Hancock Day School and Charlie Heap 3rd grader at St. Peter the Apostle. Congratulations to the Honorary Football Captains! Consider Being an Auction Sponsor ATTENTION ALL CORPORATIONS, PROFESSIONALS, BUSINESS OWNERS, ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL FRIENDS OF BC! There s only 122 days until BC s 4th Annual A Night in Ol BC Auction on February 25, 2012! It s a great event looked forward to as a wonderful gathering of the extended BC family each year, and it s bound to be the fourth sold-out auction in a row! Not just a gala, it s one of our school s major fund-raising events that help cover operating expenses not adequately covered by tuition alone. This is an early-bird opportunity for you to become a Sponsor and help us underwrite some of the expenses of staging the Auction - while also placing your advertisement, logo, or business card in the Auction s program and gaining year-round exposure on campus and in other school publications. Tickets to the Auction and seating options are part of the sponsorship package. Various sponsorship levels start as low as $250. A tax deductible receipt will be provided. For information on sponsorship levels or questions contact Rick Shay (912) ,
16 SAT Test Dates & Deadlines Test Dates Test U.S. Registration Deadlines Regular Late (a fee applies) October 1, 2011 November 5, 2011 December 3, 2011 January 28, 2012 SAT & Subject Tests SAT & Subject Tests SAT & Subject Tests SAT & Subject Tests September 9, 2011 September 21, 2011 October 7, 2011 October 21, 2011 November 8, 2011 November 20, 2011 December 30, 2011 January 13, 2012 March 10, 2012 SAT only February 10, 2012 February 24, 2012 May 5, 2012 SAT & Subject Tests April 6, 2012 April 20, 2012 June 2, 2012 SAT & Subject Tests May 8, 2012 May 22, 2012 ACT Test Dates & Deadlines Test Date Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required) September 10, 2011 August 12, 2011 August 13 26, 2011 October 22, 2011 September 16, 2011 September 17 30, 2011 December 10, 2011 November 4, 2011 November 5 18, 2011 February 11, 2012* January 13, 2012 January 14 20, 2012 April 14, 2012 March 9, 2012 March 10 23, 2012 June 9, 2012 May 4, 2012 May 5 18, 2012
17 Support your Cadet! Purchase a GOOD LUCK Ad In the 2012 Winter Sports Program The following sports will be represented in our Spring Program: Basketball, Color Guard, Drill Team, Swimming, and Wrestling Ad Sizes Prices Business Card $10 Quarter Page $20 Half Page $40 Full Page $80 Name Son s Name Circle one: Business Card Quarter Page Half Page Full Page $10 $20 $40 $80 Ad attached Design one for me. I want it to say: You may turn in this form along with a check made payable to BCAA in the BC Business office. Please call or if you have questions. DEADLINE: Tuesday, November 22 at 3:30 pm
18 Hoops Season is Almost Here Benedictine Basketball Game Schedule Date Opponent Location JV Time Varsity Time Nov. 11 Alumni Game Benedictine 6:00 Nov. 15 Savannah Christian (Scrimmage) Benedictine 5:00 Nov. 18 Calvary Day School Calvary Day School 5:30 8:00 Nov. 29 Windsor Forest Windsor Forest 6:00 7:30 Dec. 2 Camden County Camden County 5:30 7:00 Dec. 6 Jenkins High Benedictine Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Dec. 9 Islands High Benedictine 6:00 7:30 Dec. 10 Country Day Benedictine 3:30 6:30 Dec. 13 Beach High Benedictine Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Dec. 16 Sav. Holiday Classic TBA TBA Jan. 3 Calvary Day School Benedictine 4:30 6:00 Jan. 6 Savannah High Benedictine Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Jan. 7. Country Day Country Day 3:30 6:30 Jan. 10 Johnson High Benedictine Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Jan. 12 Groves High Groves High Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Jan. 13 Bradwell Institute Benedictine Fr. 4:30 JV. 5:45 7:00 Jan. 17 Windsor Forest Benedictine 6:00 7:30 Jan. 20 Camden County Benedictine 5:30 7:00 Jan. 24 Jenkins High Jenkins Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Jan. 27 Islands High Islands High 6:00 7:30 Jan. 28 Beach High Beach High Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Jan. 31 Savannah High Savannah High Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Feb. 3 Johnson High Johnson High Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Feb. 7 Groves High Benedictine Fr. 4:30 JV. 6:00 7:30 Feb. 10 Bradwell Institute Bradwell Institute 5:45 8:30 Head Coach: Jason A. Helton Assistant Coach: Doug Willett
19 Time to Hit the Pool BC Swimming Schedule Date Name of Event Location Time WU/ST 12 November 2011 Cadet Invitational Chatham Aquatic Center 9:00am/ 10:00am 19 November Camden County Wildcat Invitational Kingsland, GA 12:00pm???? 10 December Savannah-Chatham High School Invitational Chatham Aquatic Center 8:30am/ 10:00am 07 January 2012 BC Polar Plunge Chatham Aquatic Center 9:00am/ 10:00am 13 January 2012 Statesboro High School Invitational Statesboro, GA 4:00pm/ 6:00pm 21 January Senior Splash 2012 Chatham Aquatic Center 8:30am/ 10:00am 28 January Coastal Georgia HS Swim Championships Chatham Aquatic Center 8:30am/ 10:00am February State Swim Meet at Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA TBA Anyone interested in warm-up times, exact location, etc. please don t hesitate to contact me at or Star Gazing Astronomy teacher, Mrs. Nicole Willett will be holding a Star Party on November 9th. Preparation for the star gazing starts at 5:30PM and viewing will be at approximately 6:00PM. Star Party attendees will be able to set up telescopes on the drill field. All parents, relatives, and friends of BC are invited. If anyone has a telescope or binoculars please bring them with you. This is an introductory event, however, the group will be viewing planets, stars, and other objects of interest. Bring your curiosity!
20 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Following is a list of possible scholarship opportunities. As with college applications, please consider the time required for transcripts and/ or letters of recommendation. In addition to these specific scholarships, resources for finding additional money can be found at these websites: Moose International Grades Up to $12,000 (1st -5th place). Students must select a topic dealing with safety, develop a presentation, and then give three presentations to groups of 4 to 9 year olds. Deadline: November 5th Stewart Pinkerton, Director of Guidance GUIDANCE NAASP/Herff Jones Principal s Leadership Award (PLA) Seniors only. Up to $12,000. Nomination based upon leadership skills, participation in service organizations and clubs, achievements in the arts and sciences, employment experience, and academic record. Hesburgh-Yusko Scholarship Program Seniors only. Up to $100,000. Must want to attend University of Notre Dame. Based upon demonstrated leadership ability, academic accomplishments, community service, and moral character. Deadline: November 15 AXA Achievement Scholarship Up to $25,000. Deadline: December 1 AXA Achievement Community Scholarship - $2,000. Deadline: February 1 G. Wayne Clough Georgia Tech Promise Scholarship Program Students must be a resident of Georgia, be eligible for federal student financial aid, and parents must have less than $33,000 in income. Georgia Military Scholarship Seniors only. Full scholarship to attend North Georgia College & State University. Student must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and have SAT scores of a minimum of 440 math and 480 critical reading. STUDENT MUST COMMISSION AS A SECOND LIEUTEN- ANT IN THE GEORGIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD UPON GRADUATION. Fireside Scholarship Seniors only. $1,000. Only one applicant per school. Student must write a 750 word essay on How is your religious education influencing your life? Deadline: December 19 National Co-op Scholarship Program up to $24,000. Students must have a cumulative high school GPA of at least 3.5. Must be admitted to one of seven WACE Partner Institutions. Deadline: February 15 Top Ten Scholarship Award Seniors only. Up to $60,000 over four years. Deadline: November 4. Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Seniors only. $1,000. Student must have at least a 2.8 GPA, demonstrate leadership abilities in school activities or through work experiences, and show a strong commitment to community service. National Achievement Scholarship Program for African-American students only. $2,500. Student must be a U.S. citizen and must take the PSAT in their junior year.
21 Crescat Scholarship Four year full ride worth over $100,000 to Belmont Abbey College. Students must have at least a 3.5 unweighted GPA and 1250 combined SAT score, complete application for Belmont Abbey College, obtain recommendation from Guidance or Principal/Headmaster, send a resume, and complete a 500 word essay on why the candidate wishes to continue education at a Benedictine College. Deadline: January 9 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest Grades in Up to $5,000 cash award and $5,000 towards a 529 College Savings Plan. Students must write an original and creative essay of 1,000 words or less demonstrating an understanding of political courage. State Service Scholarship Program Seniors. Full two-year full scholarship loan program. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and a minimum SAT score of 800 or a minimum composite of 17 on the ACT. West Point: The Soldier Admissions Program Juniors. Fully funded four-year West Point education, valued at $450,000. Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty Scholarship Scholarships pay full tuition and mandatory fees OR room and board, up to $10,000. All scholarships come with $1,200 per year book allowance. Cadets are paid a monthly stipend beginning sophomore year. North Georgia College and State University Army ROTC Language Scholarship Program For students interested in majoring in Chinese. Scholarship pays for room and meals OR tuition and fees, $1,200 per year for books, and monthly stipend for students. Wofford Scholars Program Seniors. Up to full scholarship, which is approximately $40,000. Students must rank in the top 10% of the class, achieve a minimum of 1250 on SAT or 28 composite on ACT, and demonstrate qualities of leadership and the potential for success. BC Junior Parent Night Junior students and parents are invited to attend an evening geared toward successful college planning. Hear presentation information and ask questions about: - How to get the right colleges on your short list - A picture of college finance - The time-line of events over the next 18 months Location: Benedictine Date: Wednesday, November 9 Time: 7:00-8:30 PM GUIDANCE
22 PTO TUITION RAFFLE WINNERS! The goal was achievable, but not easy and the campaign was very hard fought but alas, at the end the day off from school and a long weekend were not to be BUT - there were plenty of other WINNERS! 1st Place - FREE TUITION: Christina Soukhamneut 2nd Place - $ in GAS CARDS: Laurel Ireland 3rd Place - $ CASH: Jeff Farmer 4th Prize BIG, NEW DESKS: The present and future students of BC! THE STUDENT IN-HOUSE RAFFLE Week 1 Luis Tupac $100 cash Week 2 Holt DeMaro $100 cash Week 3 Anthony Ellsessor $100 cash Week 4 Jason Chapman $100 cash RAFFLE SUPER STARS (students selling 10 or more books of Raffle Tickets) Everette Coomer 16 books Christopher Christensen 15 books Dustin White 14 books Logan Wilkinson 12 books THE GRAND PRIZE! Win or Lose the joy and satisfaction in joining with others in supporting the Raffle and sharing in the good things it brings our school and our students Thank you all Save the Dates - BC Open House - November 13, :00PM - 4:00PM - Admissions Test - December 3, :00AM
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