WARWICK, RI (April 14, 2022) – The School Leadership Team is proud to announce that Brandyn Durand ’22 has been named Bishop Hendricken High School’s 2022 Man of the Year. The honor was announced this morning at St. Kevin Church. The Bishop Hendricken Man of the Year award is the highest honor bestowed on a...
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A Women’s History Month reflection from Nicholas Fetter ’22 Brotherhood, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is defined as “an association, society, or community of people linked by a common interest, trade, or religion.” Oftentimes, the term brotherhood is used to unite “mankind” and “humanity,” which, while the names connote otherwise, are not necessarily subject...
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WARWICK, RI (March 3, 2022) — Write Rhode Island has announced that Bishop Hendricken junior, Hunter Robbins ’23, is a winner of its annual Short Story Competition. The organization made the surprise announcement this morning on campus and presented Robbins with his award in front of his AP Language and Literature classmates. His story, “The...
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WARWICK, RI (February 10, 2022) – Mr. Mark DeCiccio ’03, Principal, and Mrs. Natalie Kessimian, Assistant Principal, are pleased to announce the 2nd Quarter Honor Roll for the 2021-2022 Academic Year. Congratulations to all of our boys for their hard work, dedication, and focus in the classroom and on their studies. Go Hawks!
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WARWICK, RI (February 17, 2022) – Lieutenant Commander Kasim Yarn, Rhode Island Director of Veterans Affairs, first visited Bishop Hendricken in 2019 with a simple message: “It’s okay not to be okay.” As he stepped into McNally Gymnasium on Thursday, he reiterated: “It’s still okay not to be okay. That message has never changed.” But,...
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Originally published in The Hawk Insider’s Fall 2021 edition. Written by Christian Kabbas ’14. On a crisp fall morning at the beginning of the school year, there was a special recruitment process taking place on RIPTA bus #3 departing Providence for Oakland Beach. Isaac Reyes ‘06 remembers it well.  On board, a handful of Bishop...
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WARWICK, RI (February 11, 2022) — In honor of Black History Month, Lieutenant Commander Kasim Yarn, Rhode Island Director of Veterans Affairs, will lead a speaking presentation and discussion on race with the Bishop Hendricken community on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at 9:30am in McNally Gym. Following his presentation, Director Yarn will open up for...
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