How many digits of Pi could you memorize? 38? 55? More than 100?
By all accounts, the regular season for Christian Brothers Academy hockey was a success as the Brothers went 13-4-3 and finished third in the Capital District High School Hockey League.
Away from the action on the ice, the Brothers squad and booster club recently continued a tradition as part of its Senior Night. Along with honoring CBA’s senior class of hockey players, proceeds from the night went to the family of Sergeant Herbert Reeves, a CBA instructor whose wife, Rosa, has been battling non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
The Christian Brothers Academy Board of Trustees is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. James Schlegel as the first President of the School. Reflecting our rich tradition of academic excellence and vision for the future, the CBA Board of Trustees has adopted the administration model of a President-Principal model. The success CBA has experienced over the past decade has provided an opportunity to strengthen our Lasallian Catholic educational mission with this exciting strategic leadership model. In this administrative model, executive functions are shared between two distinct leadership profiles: the outward-facing institution-builder (President), and the inward-facing leader of teaching and learning (Principal).
Our very own Joe Tessitore ’89, play-by-play broadcaster of Monday Night Football, is proud to represent CBA with his new #89 Brothers football jersey!
A very special Christmas message from Christian Brothers Academy.
CBA had a few special visitors on campus yesterday – Brother Robert Schieler, FSC, Superior General of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Br. Richard Galvin, FSC, Auxiliary Visitor for the District of Eastern North America, and Brother Timothy Coldwell, FSC, General Councilor for the Lasallian Region of North America. Br. Robert, Br. Richard, and Br. Timothy were given a tour of campus by our middle school and high school students and joined them for lunch. Thank you to Br. Robert, Br. Richard, and Br. Timothy for joining us for the day.
Congratulations to our Youth in Philanthropy Award Winner, Gabriel Donovan ’22. The Youth in Philanthropy recognizes an outstanding youth (or youth group), age 18 or younger, demonstrating the true spirit of philanthropy through time, treasure, and talent.
In an effort to further support the Real Brothers Wear Pink campaign, the modified soccer team had a special match on October 24 to honor those who have battled with cancer.