Learning about a Global World
Thanks to a Ugandan friendship that began last year, Bishop Ward has a growing and thriving pen pal program with more than 30 BWHS students connecting and communicating with students at Ocer Campion Jesuit College in Gulu.
Opportunities in Nursing
Recent Bishop Ward graduate Sarah Dumovich '09 talked to students about how her faith motivated her to pursue a career in the nursing field. "I'm becoming a nurse in order to help people," she said. "If you really want it, you can do it too."
Living a Life of Faith
Guest speaker Chris Stefanick shared his message about re-engaging in ones faith, reminding students that it is possible to live a faith-filled life despite all the temptations young people encounter in today’s world.
Big Announcement at Cyclone Gathering
Known as a priest, a friend, and an athlete, Father Ron Cornish was a special man that gave back to so many.
International Experience for the whole family
Bishop Ward High School is looking for families to host international students for the 2014-2015 school year. Is it right for you? Learn more about international student Pedja Konatar and his host family.
Never Give Up
Never Ever give up. That was the message that Dr. Leticia Alaniz ’95 shared with students as a Science Lecture Series guest speaker.
Judge Cahill speaks to Junior Police Academy
Judge Dan Cahill came to speak to Junior Police Academy students about his experience working in the justice system. He worked for many years practicing law and now serves as a Wyandotte County judge presiding over children's cases.
Guest science lecture series speaker Dr. Catherine Powers spoke to students Monday about her experience in pediatric anesthesia and palliative care.
Becoming a Science Teacher
Mr. John Tompkins, a high school science teacher, visited Bishop Ward and spoke about his career as a science teacher in the latest St. Albert Science Lecture Series.
AcaDeca Team placed 2nd at State!
Congratulations to the Bishop Ward Academic Decathlon team who placed 2nd at State in Division Two competition on Jan. 24 & 25, bringing home 28 medals!
March for Life
37 students and 5 chaperones joined thousands of people in Washington D.C. this week to rally for life at the annual March for Life.