Eighth graders who wish to be part of our Class of 2021, should be applying now for proper academic placement for 2017-2018. Please follow the link below for the online application. We can access the transcripts needed for review from many of our partner elementary schools. If you need a shadow date scheduled, please contact Mrs. Allen at 215.362.6160 x194 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors; Zach Wallace (St. Rose/Mater Dei), Matt Uzdzienski (MMR) and Nick Orlando (MMR) have moved onto the Top 3 Category Finalists in the Pitney Bowes STEM Education Challenge for the NFTE World Series of Innovation. They have made it to this level based on the originality, creativity, and thoroughness of their submission. Joining them is Mrs. Lisa Polk, Business Dept Chair and moderator. They have a 60 second commercial that people may vote on until March 31 by following the link below.
Our LC students raised $43,626.80 in this year's Mini-Thon, which benefits pediatric cancer research. The Mini-Thon dance held on Saturday, March 25 was the culmination of months of fundraising efforts by our students. We are grateful to Ms. Kate DiGiuseppe, English Dept faculty member and moderator, along with our many parents, faculty and staff who volunteered and supported their efforts.
Celebrating 20 years, our #272CyberCrusaders Robotics Team finished 3rd in the qualification matches and then went onto a semi-final finish in the playoffs at this weekend's FIRST competition held at Seneca High School, Tabernacle, NJ. The team also received the Creativity Award which recognizes a team for their outstanding robot design and it's impact on game strategy. Going into the Mid-Atlantic Championship competition in two weeks at Lehigh University, they are ranked 8th out of 120 teams!
Congratulations seniors: Chris Kelm, Jack Pilewski, Nate Ensanian, Nick Orlando, Reanna Bull, Taylor Molettiere and Mairin Higgins (Mt St Joseph) from Mary, Mother of the Redeemer's Odyssey of the Mind Team. They recently took first place in the regional competition and will now represent at the state finals on April 1. Odyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving program that engages students, allowing their ideas to come to life. They are coached by Mrs. Lisa Bull.
Thank you to the 240 seventh graders who attended our Visitation Day on Wednesday, March 29, it was great to see our future Crusaders of the Class of 2022. We hope to see many of you back on Sunday, April 23 for the Spring Open House, it begins with Mass at Noon, followed by activities and athletics fair along with presentations in our Resource STEM Center and science labs.
Congratulations to our Girls Basketball team, who beat Audenried HS 70-48 to win the PIAA District 12 Class AAAA Title! Way to go girls and Coach Joe Mack and the assistant coaches on this accomplishment. They lost in OT on the last second to Berks Catholic in the first round PIAA regional, but they had a great season, thank you seniors, looking forward to more accomplishments next year.
On Founders Day, Bishop Timothy Senior '77 blessed and rededicated our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Center in memory of his former classmate, Matt Walsh. Bishop Senior was joined by Mrs. Walsh, Matt's son Adam and his brothers, Peter '82, Christopher '86 and John '79. The Walsh family are great supporters of Lansdale Catholic but in particular our STEM program efforts and we are very grateful. Please click on the link below to learn more about STEM programs.
With spring just around the corner, it's never too early to think about Summer Athletic Camps. LC will be offering the following camps: Boys Lacrosse, Boys Volleyball, Cheerleading, Baseball, Girls Volleyball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Coed Soccer/Futsal, XC/Track & Field/Speed & Agility. Please follow the link below and either register online with your credit card or download the brochure and pay by check. Please contact Athletic Director, Tom Quintois 215.362.6160 x 132.