Wearing the school blazer is a point of pride for every St. Bernard’s boy. An effort spearheaded by the Old Boys Diversity Council
hopes to provide all of our boys with this opportunity. With help from members of our community, St. Bernard’s will purchase new blazers from Lands’ End for families who may need assistance.
Two Ways To Help
To donate funds for providing new blazers for St. Bernard’s boys, please use the giving form below. Contributions of any amount are appreciated and they are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. As of December 2020, the cost of a new school uniform blazer from Lands’ End for boys sizes 4-20 is $86.2.
Old Boys in high school are welcome to donate gently used blazers for our community. These blazers will support our existing Blazer & Uniform Exchange program sponsored by the Parents Association. Please e-mail Kate Fiscus
if you wish to donate a blazer at home that is no longer needed.
Founded in 2017, the Old Boys Diversity Council's mission is to encourage and participate in diversity and inclusivity within the extended St. Bernard’s family. The Old Boys Diversity Council is inclusive among all racial, religious, ethnic, and socio-economic groups. We believe diversity is at the heart of our shared experiences as alumni. Diversity makes our lives richer and it makes St. Bernard’s a fuller space. The OBDC will support St. Bernard’s via outreach programs, mentorship efforts, and professional networking events. The council looks forward to developing sustainable best practices for advancing equity work and inclusion in our school.