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  • Bellarmine Honors Four Hall of Fame Inductees

    Posted August 27, 2019

    San Jose -- Four distinguished Bellarmine College Preparatory alumni were inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame at an on-campus event that included the ceremony, reception, and dinner held on August 24.

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  • Bellarmine Junior Named Most Philosophical Student in America

    Posted July 25, 2019

    San Jose, CA Sahith Kudaravalli, a junior attending Bellarmine College Preparatory, was recently named the 2019 Most Philosophical Student in America by the Kids Philosophy Slam. His was the winning essay among those submitted by more than 4,000 high school students.

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  • Bellarmine Hall of Fame

    Posted July 16, 2019

    San Jose, CA Bellarmine College Preparatory will recognize four distinguished alumni at its Hall of Fame ceremony the evening of August 24, 2019.

    Those to be honored, and their respective categories, are: Kevin Frandsen, Class of 2000 (Athletics); Bill Del Biaggio, Jr., Class of 1958 (Business); Jim Harville, Class of 1963 (Humanities & Fine Arts); and Major General D. Scott McKean, Class of 1986 (Public Service).

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  • Laughter on the 23rd Floor

    Posted July 1, 2019

    San Jose, CA The adage “laughter is good medicine” is a prescription for fun, and that is what Bellarmine Alumni Theatre hopes to accomplish with its staging of Laughter on the 23rd Floor, the comedy written by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning Neil Simon that is his tribute to his early career as a 1950s television writer working alongside the legendary Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks.

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  • Bellarmine Chancellor Receives Honorary Doctorate

    Posted June 20, 2019

    San Jose, CA – Reverend Gerald T. Wade, S.J., chancellor of Bellarmine College Preparatory, its former president, and an alumnus of the all-boys Jesuit high school, is the recipient of an honorary doctorate degree from Santa Clara University (SCU), given to him at SCU’s 168th Commencement held on June 15, 2019. Friend and Bellarmine colleague, Rev. Richard Cobb, S.J., introduced the honor, with the degree conferred by Rev. Michael Engh, S.J., president of SCU.

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  • Team 254 FIRST Championship Finalists

    Team 254 Reaches Finals of FIRST Championship

    Posted April 22, 2019

    Team 254, the Cheesy Poofs, spent the days leading up to spring break participating in the FIRST Championship in Houston, TX. After winning the Turing subdivision, the Poofs moved through round-robin matches to qualify for the championship game. Although they did not win the world championship this year (Team 254 holds four championship titles), the team put forth amazing effort, and represented Bellarmine well, displaying tremendous dedication and sportsmanship throughout the four-day tournament.

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  • Smash Hunger! Support the Spring Food Drive

    Posted April 8, 2019

    Our annual Spring Food Drive, benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank, runs Monday, April 8 through Thursday, April 18. With one in three local children at risk of hunger, our goal this year is to provide enough food and funds to provide 16,500 meals.

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  • K-Bell Turns 35

    Posted March 19, 2019

    The 35th annual Kiwanis-Bellarmine track meet, i.e., K-Bell, was held on March 9th at Westmont High School. The joint venture between Bellarmine and the Kiwanis Club of West San Jose has become one of the premiere track and field events in the area, the proceeds of which go entirely to charity.

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  • 43rd Golden Bell Auction Benefits Tuition Assistance

    Posted March 13, 2019

    Our 43rd Golden Bell Auction, in support of our Direct Financial Aid Fund, was held on campus March 9th. More than 650 guests—current and past parents, alumni, and friends of Bellarmine—attended the 1940s era-themed event, "Swing. Sip. Sway."

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  • 2019 NorCal Division 1 Champions

    Soccer Claims CCS Open Division & Norcal Titles

    Posted March 6, 2019

    Over the course of nine days, Bellarmine soccer put into play what they had been working toward the entire season, earning Central Coast Section (CCS) Open Division and California Interscholastic Federation's (CIF) Northern California Division 1 championship titles.

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