Students from CBA’s Project Lead the Way engineering program were invited to Manhattan College campus to tour their newly constructed Higgins Engineering and Science Center and the Leo Engineering Building. The students also had opportunities to network with professors and MC students, and got to experience first-hand what a STEM-related field would be like if attending Manhattan College. Thank you to CBA and Manhattan College Alum’s Mike Van De Loo ’90, who was a guest speaker, Ben Boivin ’05, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, and the rest of the Manhattan College staff who made this trip possible. CBA was honored to be hosted by a fellow Lasallian school. Click to view the tour here: CBA Visits Manhattan College
Check out Albany Business Review’s article on CBA and why single-gender education offers a unique experience. Join us for our open house on Thursday, March 24, visit cbaalbany.org or register online. https://tinyurl.com/2p97ecu2
CBA students learn leadership skills through JROTC that are implemented throughout their lives and careers. Thank you Rocky Fittizzi ’95, Paul Deguire ’02, Brian O’Connell, and SFC Herbert Reeves, and Cadet Colonel John O’Keefe ’22 for sharing your stories and experiences on leadership at CBA. Click here to read the article featured on Albany Business Review
CBA Color Guard were proud to attend Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy’s “Honor a Living Veteran” ceremony. Two local veterans were honored for their exceptional service, bravery, and dedication to our country.
CBA’s Broadcasting Club’s live streaming has evolved from being a life-line during the pandemic, to now setting the standard for live sports broadcasting: https://tinyurl.com/39dx4r4c
RBWP Press Release 2021
Bennett Cohen ’22 finds his inner strength, support from his family and the CBA community as he commits to play baseball at College of St. Rose. Check out Ben’s incredible story featured in the Times Union.
We are proud to announce that CBA has received the School of Distinction Scholar-Athlete Award for 2020-2021. To receive this award, the average of all varsity teams must achieve academic honor. Out of a total of 94 Section II NYS schools, CBA was chosen amongst six others!
Congratulations to senior Jack Mangione who received Spectrum News 1 Scholar-Athlete of the Week Award. Jack was awarded this scholarship for his achievements in academics, cross country, and indoor and outdoor track. Check out Jack’s spotlight on Spectrum News
Check out our article featured on Albany Business Review about CBA’s service and how it is more than just a requirement.