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Summer Reading 2019

Research is clear that summer reading is a benefit to the continued academic achievement of students. Therefore, the teachers at Bishop McCort Catholic High School & Divine Mercy Middle School are encouraging students to take time over the summer to read at every opportunity!

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PIAA "A" STATE SEMIFINALS

2019 PIAA "A" Semifinal Baseball Playoff Game
West Middlesex vs. Bishop McCort – 4:00 PM

When: Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Where: West Mifflin High School

Baseball Field is located on West Mifflin High School Campus.
91 Commonwealth Avenue West Mifflin, PA 15122

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3:40pm airtime-4:00pm 1st pitch
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Gallery on Gazebo

Mark your calendars for a great event! Two Bishop McCort Students have their artwork on display at Gallery on Gazebo. Missy Murin (Class of '20) and Rachel Nagy (Class of '19) have their garden themed artwork alongside amateur and professional adult artists in the area. The show has over 50 artworks and will run from June 16-August 12th.
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N.H.S. Blood Drive

Come give blood and save lives at the Bach Wellness Center on Wednesday, June 5th!

The Blood Drive, run by the Bishop McCort Catholic High School National Honor Society, will start at 7 a.m. and go until 1 p.m.
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Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

The entire Bishop McCort Catholic High School community extends a sincere, heartfelt congratulations to the Class of 2019!

The Class of 2019 was offered nearly $2.7 million dollars in scholarships and awards from colleges and universities and performed 14,360 hours of community service during their four-year high school careers!
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Four Crushers earn PJAS Awards

Congratulations Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) award winners! Meghan Smitherman and Rachel Nagy earned first-place awards at States, and Tessia Robison and Missy Murin earned second-place awards. Rachel Nagy also received the Six-Year Perseverance Award. Way to CRUSH it, Science Girls!
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