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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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A Catholic Schools Week reflection by Braeden Shields ’22 In all honesty, my true Catholic journey didn’t begin as soon as I walked through the doors of Hendricken. Just as many of you do today, I was someone who went through the process day-in and day-out; doing simply what I was instructed to do. I...
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Fr. Robert L. Marciano, KHS ’75, President, and Mr. Mark R. DeCiccio ’03, Principal, share a Catholic Schools Week reflection: While fighting in the Battle of Pamplona, St. Ignatius of Loyola, then a Spanish knight, was struck with a cannonball, forcing him to be removed from the battlefield. While recovering in a nearby monastery, the...
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WARWICK, RI (January 28, 2022) – It’s admission notification day! Today, Bishop Hendricken High School extended admission for fall 2022 to 211 young men who applied as part of the priority filing group. Of these, 182 were accepted into the incoming freshman class, 25 into 8th Grade SELECT, and 4 as transfer applicants. Students receiving...
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WARWICK, RI (January 13, 2022) – The Arts at Bishop Hendricken will proudly present Little Shop of Horrors as its 2022 Winter musical from March 3-6, 2022 in the Dr. Daniel S. Harrop Theater. Originally scheduled for the end of January, the show has been rescheduled out of an abundance of caution due to rising...
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WARWICK, RI (January 12, 2022) – Bishop Hendricken High School will host a COVID-19 booster and vaccination clinic for students, faculty, staff, families, alumni, and the general public on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 from 8:30am-11:30am in Pepin Gymnasium on campus. This clinic will dispense the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine as boosters, as part of the initial vaccine...
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In a year that challenged us like no other, we responded with good. There’s no doubt that 2020 was a year for the history books. Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, social injustice, unprecedented shifts in education, and plenty of challenges, the Bishop Hendricken family led with faith and vision. Here’s the top 20...
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We’re called for more. In unprecedented times, Bishop Hendricken men are called for more — to be more, to do more, and to give more. When faced with a challenge, we do our part to make things better for those around us. In fact, we’ve been doing just that since 1959. This school year, the...
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The following is an editorial written by Mason Teixiera ’23, originally featured in The Talon, Bishop Hendricken’s student newspaper Allow me to go two years into the past, when I was in seventh grade: I had no clue as to where I would go for high school, and it seemed like a colossal, daunting question...
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The following is an editorial written by Thomas Simonetti ’23, originally featured in The Talon, Bishop Hendricken’s student newspaper Coming into Bishop Hendricken, I did not know if I was going to like it. On the first day of school, I remember being very shy and unsure if I was going to make friends. But,...
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