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Alumni & Friends Reconnect at 25th Annual Husky Open

On Saturday, September 24, alumni and friends of Bishop Carroll gathered at Ebensburg Country Club for the 25th Annual Husky Open.

Though Husky Hill is known for seasonally cool weather, it turned out to be a beautiful day. As golfers trickled in for registration, the cool morning gave way to a sunny afternoon perfect for a round of golf. Participants had a chance to catch up with fellow alumni and friends during the registration hour, and after snacks and some words from Jeff Homady (golf pro), the event got underway.

Find out which team won and view our photo album!

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Professor in Residence Program Expanded to Include Global Business Course

Preparing Students for Success in College 

Bishop Carroll Catholic High School students now have the opportunity to enroll in one more college-level course taught by college professors from Saint Francis University. Wall Street 101: Business in a Global Society has been added to the “Professor in Residence Program,” which offers college courses as part of the normal school day.

The business course was added because while business is not traditionally emphasized in high school and is not part of standardized tests, it continues to be the most popular college major and the one with the most salary growth potential.

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Alumni Band Members to Play During Senior Night

Attention ALL Bishop Carroll High School ALUMNI band members:

Let's celebrate the new Bishop Carroll football field by coming together to play for the home football game on October 7, 2016. If you can join us, come to the Bishop Carroll band room at 6 p.m. on October 7. For more information, call Melanie at (814) 472-7500 ext 116. Hope you can join us!

Huskies Play First Friday Night Lights Home Game

Celebrating the Addition of Lights to our Home Field

The Huskies have come a long way in the last year.

Historically, the team played home games at Saint Francis University since we didn’t have our own field. Late last season, we were able to play on our first ever home field thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers that located, purchased, and installed bleachers that had been unused for six years from a school in Philadelphia.  However, since we didn’t have lights in place, the team was limited to Saturday games.

On Thursday, September 1—just one day prior to their season opener—we finished the installation of lights, marking the final touch on our home field.

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Join us for the 26th Annual Husky Open

Please plan to join us on Sunday, August 27th for the 26th Annual Husky Open at Ebensburg Country Club. 

Registration will start at 12:30 p.m. and the shotgun start will be at 1:30 p.m.

We invite Bishop Carroll supporters, families, and friends to celebrate our school as a pillar in our community by taking part in the 2017 golf tournament. The individual golfer registration fee is $100 and covers 18-holes, refreshments and dinner, and the opportunity to win prizes and gifts.

Sponsorship opportunities, which are also a great way to support Bishop Carroll, can be found HERE.

We look forward to seeing you at the tournament!

Joe Krug ’69 Honored for Wildlife Conservation Efforts

Over the years, Bishop Carroll graduate Joe Krug (Class of 1969) has been recognized with numerous local, regional, and statewide awards for his work in wildlife conservation. His most recent recognition came from the National Wild Turkey Federation, when he was presented with the Roger Latham Wildlife Conservation Award at their 40th annual NWTF Convention and Sport Show in Nashville, Tennessee.

The award is given to NWTF members who are not employed as professional wildlife managers, but have made significant contributions to wildlife conservation.

Joe has been actively involved in wildlife conservation for more than 36 years. During this period, he has propagated and donated nearly 250,000 tree seedlings and more than 3,000 potted fruit plants that will provide food and cover for wildlife.

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