Junior Workshop to start preparing for Senior year and College planning! Online permission slips available if you have not turned in a paper form.
Bishop McCort will be having a $2 Dress Down Day on Friday, May 18th for Melanoma Awareness. All students are encouraged to wear black to match the Melanoma Awareness Ribbon. Designated by the American Academy of Dermatology, National Melanoma Skin Cancer Prevention Month aims to raise awareness about skin cancer, increasing the chances of early detection so treatments can be given early. It's vital that skin cancers such as melanoma, a rarer & often deadly form of skin cancer, is treated early as later stage treatments are not normally effective.
Divine Mercy Catholic Academy and Bishop McCort Catholic High School will be forming a team for the Highmark Walk and YOU CAN HELP! How you can help: • Send in Dress Down Day ($2) money on May 11, 2018 • Make a personal donation at the link provided • Attend the walk and witness DMCA/BMCHS pride! 100% OF THE MONEY RAISED WILL BENEFIT THE SVDP JOHNSTOWN SOUP KITCHEN. Please visit Divine Mercy Catholic Academy & Bishop McCort Catholic High School’s personal link for donations and more information about the event.
The 1st Annual DMCA Student vs. Faculty Volleyball Game will be held on Thursday, May 24th from 1:30-2:25pm Fundraising for the Navy SEAL Foundation https://www.navysealfoundation.org/ T-shirt Orders are Due by Monday, May 14th
Calling all members of the Crusher Nation… The Annual ALS Walk at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is scheduled to take place on Saturday, July 28th, 2018. Bishop McCort walks in honor of Pete Duranko ('62) and all those affected by ALS. Pete has meant so much to the school both on and off the field. A limited number of Bishop McCort "For Pete's Sake" t-shirts will be available to the first participants and a donation of $10 or more. Registration begins at 8AM followed by the walk at 10AM.
Bishop McCort students attended the Rotary Scholarship Dinner last evening. Matt Petrosky and Shannon Booth both received scholarships. The other students were recognized for either their academic or service nomination.