Throughout the day, classes gathered in the auditorium to… Benoit's art classes have been busy completing unique and interesting works since August, including: Handbound Art Journals - Art I, II and III students constructed and handbound a sketch journal.…Congratulations to the following students for being selected for the 2017-2018 Fighting Irish Tennis Team.
Approximately 100 schools send student mathletes to participate in… Patrick Catholic High School seniors Tyler Jackson and Richard Springer have been selected as Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program for 2018. The French Club/Honor Society is actively collecting Mardi Gras beads in Ms. Emily Cloud's Advanced Placement Biology class created a geologic timeline spanning 4.65 billion-years of Earth history, compressing it into a scale of 100 meters. Senator Gollott is the longest-serving Mississippi legislator in… Villarrubia's class were tasked with creating a newscast about a day on objects in the solar system (planet, comet/asteroid/meteor or constellation).
In a field of more than 40 seventh and eighth grade competitors… Patrick students (Carmen De Stazio, Bethany Diamond, Lindsey Diamond, Tyler Jackson, Will Mc Mackin, and Richard Springer) auditioned for the Gulf Coast Band Directors’ Association (GCBDA) Honor… On behalf of the administration, faculty and staff at St. Lawson's Anatomy & Physiology Class determined the effects of discrimination on reaction time as it relates to nerve synapses by conducting an activity with playing cards. Patrick will remain closed on Thursday, January 18.
Congratulations to Camille Pitre, Anna Tran, Gavriella Persing, Diego Riojas, and Matthew Ladner for graduating from the Biloxi Chamber of Commerce 2018 Junior Leadership Biloxi program on January 30! Matthew Bisner, Tyler Jackson and Richard Springer have been selected as candidates for the U. Patrick Catholic High School, we sincerely appreciate your continuous support of our school and of Catholic education. Temperatures are expected to remain below freezing…
Parents said they have worried about the safety of the crosswalk for years.
"They're definitely not prioritizing student safety. The school's been open for two years and here we are, there's no lights, no crossing guard," said parent Pauline Baggarly.