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From the Advancement Office

Father Adrian Education Fund raised to date:  $34,670 

Please take seriously to heart how important the Annual Fund is to the life of Benedictine High School. As our country faces far-reaching economic challenges, we value your commitment to the school and are very grateful to those who have supported the school in recent years.  While this year's tuition increase has narrowed the gap somewhat between the cost of educating a Cadet versus what is charged for tuition, Benedictine still does not charge the full cost of educating our students in its tuition rate.  We depend on additional support to fulfill our financial requirements, and so we ask for your continued generosity.  We encourage those people who have not contributed to the annual fund to begin doing so, as your help is needed now more than ever.  Benedictine is a great school, and your assistance will help it to become even better.

Yours in Benedictine,

Terri Q. Quinan
Father Adrian Education Fund Director 

Have you seen the Benedictine commercials on Comcast? If not, you can check them out here.

This campaign, brought about by the Advancement Office, the Admissions Office, Kim Loeher, and J.T. Stevens of Comcast, is a no-cost to BHS marketing project that connects Benedictine business owners with the Comcast viewer market.  Each business owner produces a 30 second commercial and picks the amount of time and channels the commercials will be broadcast and viewed.  If you are interested in participating in this exciting campaign, please call Terri Quinan at 342-1311 or Greg Lilly at 342-1300. 

The annual Family News Magazine will be hitting your mailboxes this month, so be on the lookout!

 Welcome aboard!

Benedictine is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Jack Engler to the staff. Mr. Engler will be working on the development of grants and coordinating the scholarship program at BHS. He most recently taught at Virginia Tech in the Pamplin School of Business. Jack will be working half-time at BHS and half-time at the Abbey, where he is starting his monastic journey.

 

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