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RT @SpcAthletics: Softball gets the win on Senior Day with a 11-3 win over Keswick!! Great job on the season Ladies!! @SPCHSBarons https:/…
Posted on: April,18 2019
RT @SpcAthletics: ⚾️Baron Baseball Senior Night ⚾️ Congratulations to our Baron Baseball Seniors Simon Bubolz, Bobby Duffy and Sam Fetter!!…
Posted on: April,18 2019
RT @FrAlexPadilla: Enjoying the @SPCHSBarons lacrosse game from the announcer's booth. https://t.co/AXFPrydLu0
Posted on: April,2 2019
⚾️Baron Baseball & Softball Senior Nights ⚾️ Congratulations to our Seniors!
Preparing for the Easter Triduum with the Stations of the Cross put on by our students!
Juniors Elisabeth Keller, Kathleen Rydstrom and Kelly Clendenin completed their collaborative mixed media work based on Caravaggio’s The Taking of Christ! Another great example of our incredibly talented art students! Go Barons!
We invite all Alumni to join us for our 2nd Annual Senior-Alumni Mass & Brunch on Friday, May 17 at 8am in the St. John Bosco Center For The Arts. Please RSVP for this special event as St. Petersburg Catholic High School honors the graduating class of 2019 and celebrates its 2019 Distinguished Alumnus, Paul Reilly, Bishop Barry Class of 1972! Alumni will worship with our school community and enjoy a complimentary brunch with our graduating seniors to welcome them as the newest members of our Alumni community before they receive their diplomas at the Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 25. 🎓 RSVP at the link in our profile!
Today, our Engineering students visited Baron alumnus Joe Grote ‘87, President of Aerosonic Corp. Students toured the design and manufacturing areas of the Aerosonic facility, concluding their visit with a panel of Joe and his team sharing tips for college and professional mentoring on a career in engineering. Mr. Johnston and Dr. Zepp accompanied the students on their visit. Thank you Joe! We’re proud to have you as an alumnus! Go Barons!
Congratulations to our undefeated SPC Brain Bowl Champions! Students competed in the Inaugural Diocese of St. Petersburg High School Brain Bowl at @saintleouniv! The team consisted of Sonny Russano ‘20, Gabe Jacobsen '19, Ethan Steimle '19, Sean Shannon ‘19, Angelina Cao ‘19, Alexa Pilz '19, and Patrick Kennedy '20. Way to go, Barons!
Lenten Penance Service and Adoration!
Seniors Georgia Barlow and Sean Shannon were recognized and celebrated at the 81st Annual Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Outstanding Youth Awards! This award recognizes the accomplishments of outstanding high school seniors in St Petersburg. Students are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and service. Great job, Georgia and Sean!
Congratulations to @cathedralschoolofstjude for winning the Math & Science Brain Bowl! Great work! 🏆
This week, Mr. Mulholland’s class went on a field trip the @floridaaquarium! Students had the opportunity to get a behind the scenes tour of the facility to see how the fish are taken care of and got their hands on some unique marine animals in a lab! 🐠🦈🐡 📸: Sea Life photos by Jacqui Palaganas ‘19
Congratulations to the English II Honors interview Top Hires!🎉 Joshua Shoenfelt, Gianna Settle, Ariel Banfalvy, Katie Richards, Isabel Kacprowski, Joshua Vega, Tyler Garcia, Hailey Schneiderhan, and Daniel Majerczyk all showed excellence in preparedness, communication, attitude, and more! Thank you to our wonderful interviewers from Milliman-Tampa!
Our English II Honors students did mock interviews today with professionals from Milliman - Tampa! Students have spent the last two weeks learning and practicing the interview process - filling out real job applications; exploring the companies to which they’re applying; analyzing samples to draft resumes and cover letters; and practicing verbal and nonverbal interview behaviors. Today, students did interviews for (fictional) job positions. At the end of each interview, interviewers selected his/her Top Hire - the student from each interview group that would be hired for showcasing excellence in preparedness, communication, attitude, and more. Great job, Barons!