St. Bernard’s offers able young boys of diverse backgrounds an exceptionally thorough, rigorous, and enjoyable introduction to learning and community life. We wish to inspire boys to value hard work and fair play, to develop confidence, consideration for others, and a sense of citizenship, and to have fun while doing these things.
A good heart is as valuable as a well-stocked, well-trained head.
To mark the end of Mr. Moraitis’ two years as our interim head of school, the Parents Association organized a project to give the community an opportunity to express its appreciation for his leadership.
In the spring of the eighth grade year, after the Shakespeare play has wrapped and secondary school decisions have been made, St. Bernard’s boys begin on one last undertaking – drawing a map from memory.
The Upper School Speech Contest has been held for over 30 years, making it a relatively new tradition at St. Bernard’s. The challenge highlights one of the hallmarks of a St. B’s education: the art of public speaking.
On Tuesday, April 19, Professor Joyce Moy spoke to the school community about the history of the Asian American experience. It was the school’s first discussion on this topic, and the evening was extremely well received by the large audience of parents, faculty, Old Boys, and parents of Old Boys.