Thursday, April 4, 2013
Art students go on scavenger hunt in New York.
Thursday, April 4
The Bishop Feehan High School art department and 50 students from 10th through 12th grades visited New York City for a day of art inspiration. The group visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art where they participated in an artwork scavenger hunt to find 17 specific artworks ranging from battle armor to impressionism and beyond. Each group used Twitter to “tweet” photos of the artwork they found. Some of these can be found on Twitter using the hashtag: #bishopfeehanarttrip. Students visited Times Square, lunched at Planet Hollywood, then made their way to the Top of the Rock and enjoyed a bird's eye view of the city. Their trip was concluded at a Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
The following students made the grade.
The following students, of Attleboro, were named to the second quarter honor roll at Bishop Feehan High School: Grade 12 FIRST HONORS Alexandra Fischbach, Kathryn McCoart and Alysha Robinson. SECOND HONORS Cara Adams, Ashley Corbett, Mark Cuddy, Nina DeMeo, Jenna DiGiantommaso, Kimberly Force, Caroline Gaughan, Michael Hanley, Heather Keefe, Sarah Killough, Giana Mastalerz, Ramdal Mendez, Alexandra Nunan, Tiffany Roque, Keighan Roy, Alexander Stein, Katherine Sutherland and Andrew Ware. THIRD HONORS Douglas Downey, Danny Esteban, Jessen Foster, Madison Gray, David O’Brien, Nicole Oliveira, Antonio Paulino-Taylor, Morgan Pierannunzi, Thomas Sheerin, Emily Stewart and Hannah Valley. Grade 11 FIRST HONORS Zahra Amiji, Lauren Donahue, Brynna …
Friday, March 22, 2013
Students meet strict academic criteria in order to qualify for induction.
Bishop Feehan High School congratulates the following students who were inducted into Honor Societies at the Combined National Honor Society Inductions ceremony on March 13. Students meet strict academic criteria in order to qualify for induction.
Friday, March 8, 2013
Various students from Bishop Feehan will have work displayed at the State Transportation Building Gallery in Boston.
Bishop Feehan High School announced the recipients of the 2012 annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are administered by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, Inc. All Massachusetts teachers teaching in one of the art mediums or writing categories may submit individual art or writing works by students in grades 7 through 12. Individual works and portfolios are judged on the state level with selected Gold Key winners continuing on to national judging. Feehan students received 13 Gold Keys, 16 Silver Keys and 25 honorable mentions. Artwork will be displayed at the State Transportation Building Gallery in Boston through April 20. ART: Rachael Abbott (Norton)/Drawing/Gold Key Hansen …
Saturday, December 1, 2012
A 21-7 victory over Lynnfield gives the Shamrocks their eighth championship.
Another title will be making its home at Bishop Feehan High School as the Shamrocks defeated Lynnfield 21-7 in the Division 3A Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium Saturday night. The Shamrocks were able to seal the victory with a goal line stand with 5:54 left in the game. Feehan was able to keep the Pioneers out of the end zone with their goal line defense throughout the game. Feehan senior quarterback Nick Romero had two touchdown runs, including a game-sealing 36-yard score in the third quarter. Romero faked out the Pioneer defense, which fell for the handoff, allowing the quarterback to run untouched for a 36-yard touchdown and a 21-7 lead. Romero also had a 10-yard run for a touchdown in the first quarter as the Shamrocks jumped out to a…
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The graduation ceremony will take place May 31.
Bishop Feehan High School students will graduate May 31. The baccalaureate mass will start at 9:30 a.m. and a tree planting ceremony featuring Attleboro resident Chad Benoit, third in his class, will take place at 11:30 a.m. The graduation ceremony will begin at McGrath Stadium at 7 p.m. The following is a list of Attleboro and Seekonk students graduating from Bishop Feehan along with the colleges and universities they will be attending. Christopher Adams Nicholas Andrikopoulos Danielle Arcese Leah Arsenault Adam Beauregard Nathan Belanger Chad Benoit Maddison Benson Kacy Blais Matthew Boland Caroline Capece Lisa Cappello Victoria Cleveland Lara Creamer Karley Dunn Christopher Fahey Jr. Alexandra Force Jordan Foster Cameron Frye …
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Bishop Feehan's Lexi Sells was named a player of the week for the Boston Herald's weekly top team poll.
Bishop Feehan's Lexi Sells was selected as the Division 2 girls' basketball player of the year in the Boston Herald's weekly poll. The Feehan senior scored her 1,000th point this season. Bishop Feehan lost to Masconoment, 61-57, in Reading Sunday and after headed for the state tournament.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Despite a 17-2 start the Bishop Feehan Shamrocks fell to Martha's Vineyard, 64-57, in a battle at the top two in the EAC.
The cliche is that basketball is a game of runs. The thing about cliches is that they always contain a grain of truth and this was a game that lived up to it. The Bishop Feehan Shamrocks boys' basketball team fell into a tie for first place in the EAC with a 64-57 home defeat against Martha's Vineyard on Tuesday night in a game that featured each team making big runs in the first half to try and take control. It was the Shamrocks, who started on fire, outscoring the Vineyard 17-2 in the opening six minutes. Chris Adams knocked down a couple of three-pointers and had eight points in the run while Andrew Murphy had four. The Vineyarders couldn't find their offense and were getting no stops on the defensive end. At the two-minute mark, …
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Events to be held Jan. 30 - Feb. 3
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Bishop Feehan High School will be participating in Catholic Schools Week starting Jan. 30 and ending Feb. 3. "We are proud of the impact we have had on the Catholic community for the last 50 years,” said Bill Runey, principal at Bishop Feehan. “We continue to stand on the proverbial shoulders of the Sisters of Mercy who guided so many young people in the teachings of Christ." The school will kick things off Monday by celebrating academic leaders. Faculty and staff will be treated to Dunkin Donuts coffee, bagels, and donuts. On Tuesday, Anchor Club and P.A.W.S. will hold a special candlelight prayer service 7:15 a.m. for the continued success of Catholic Schools. As part of Student Appreciation day Wednesday, will receive ice cream in the …
Two third period goals for King Philip allowed them to skate away with a 3-2 victory over Bishop Feehan at the Foxboro Sports Center.
The Bishop Feehan ice hockey team allowed three consecutive goals to King Philip and despite a late flurry could not find enough offense to come back. The Warriors took home a 3-2 victory Monday night at the Foxboro Sports Center. Both teams are struggling with injuries as they hit the middle portion of their season but the team's are headed in opposite directions. The Shamrocks picked up their fourth loss in five games, evening their record at 5-5-2. Meanwhile, the Warriors made it three wins in four games since the return of Chris Boselli and moved to 3-7-1. The Shamrocks were dominated for much of the game, including a first period where they were outshot, 16-2, but took the lead behind captain Nick Carvalho just two minutes into the …