|Bishop Fenwick Strategic Plan 2014-2018|
Dear Members of the Bishop Fenwick Community,
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to examine the Bishop Fenwick Strategic Plan 2014-2018.The mission, vision and core values of our institution serve as a guide in the development of this plan. It not only represents several years of careful examination and planning by the committee members, but also portrays the desired direction of the school in the years to come. (Please click here to view Strategic Plan)
|Maggie Clark '15 Recieves Regional Kohls Cares Scholarship|
Congratulations to Maggie Clark ’15 who was a local and regional recipient of the 2014 Kohls Cares Scholarship. This national program recognizes students age 6-18 who excel in volunteer activities.
Inspired to help the Boston Marathon bombing victims and their families, Maggie designed, produced and sold Boston Strong t-shirts. The end result was a donation of nearly $10,000 to One Fund Boston.
|DelTorto, Fenwick knock off rival St. Mary's |
By Gianna Addario Salem News Staff Writer Monday, October 20, 2014
PEABODY— The Bishop Fenwick girls soccer team has the ability to wear teams down when it matters most. The Crusaders have also proven that they are fully capable of playing from behind.
|Fenwick Golfer advances to State Championship|
Monday, October 20, 2014
Bishop Fenwick's Matt Garofalo shot a 73 at Hillview Country Club in the Div. 3 State Qualifier. The Crusaders senior finished fifth and will move on to the state championship next week at Black Swan Country Club in Georgetown.
|Friday’s football roundup|
By Eric Russo | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT OCTOBER 18, 2014
Bishop Fenwick 22, St. Mary’s 0 — Rufus Rushins continued his charge up the state’s all-time rushing list and helped the No. 18 Crusaders (6-0, 4-0) clinch the Catholic Central Large title along the way. The senior running back ran for 273 yards and three touchdowns to move into eighth place all-time. Bishop Fenwick extended its winning streak to 22, the longest current streak in the state. Rushins now has 5,374 career yards and needs 112 to pass Julius Walker (5,486) of Springfield Commerce for seventh.
|Rushins, Fenwick roll over St. Mary's|
By Matt Jenkins Staff Writer | Posted: Friday, October 17, 2014
PEABODY — Bishop Fenwick football coach Dave Woods had a feeling St. Mary’s might have a hard time tackling senior running back Rufus Rushins last night.
Three carries into the contest, it was obvious that Woods’ premonition was correct.
|Roundup: Bishop Fenwick girls volleyball holds off tough Austin Prep|
By Andrew MacDougall| Globe Correspondent October 02, 2014
For the past week, Bishop Fenwick volleyball coach Adam Debaggis has been challenging his young, inexperienced squad to play with more conviction, more toughness as the Crusaders chase their fourth Catholic Central crown in five seasons.
|Edgett penalty kick lifts Fenwick girls |
LYNN — Expecting the unexpected is typically a mutual mindset for whenever Catholic Central League rivals Bishop Fenwick and St. Mary's get together and Wednesday afternoon's girls soccer showdown explained why.
|Rushins, Fenwick wear down Essex Tech after early scare|
HATHORNE — The final notes of the Star Spangled Banner were seemingly still echoing in the distance and the Essex Tech football team had already opened a two-touchdown lead against heavy favorite Bishop Fenwick Saturday afternoon.
|Fenwick volleyball makes net gains|
PEABODY — Fresh off a Division 2 North Sectionals title and trip to the State Semifinals last fall, the Bishop Fenwick volleyball team picked up right where it left off, despite obvious changes.
|Still Rolling: Fenwick shows firepower in season-opening win|
By Matt Jenkins Salem News Staff Writer
PEABODY — The Bishop Fenwick football team may not look exactly like the club that cruised to an unbeaten season and Division 5 Super Bowl title last year. But many of the key components that made those Crusaders champions were on display again last night in their 2014 season opener.
|Fenwick Summer Hockey Team wins Tournament|
Congratulations to Bishop Fenwick’s Summer Hockey league who competed in a weekend tournament with teams from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts. Fenwick went on to win the tournament against a Springfield team with the final score of 5 -2. Congratulations!