The Brother Thomas Leto Options Program asks the Hendricken community: “What type of learner are you?”

WARWICK, RI – Bishop Hendricken High School is the only all-male Catholic High School in the United States that offers an inclusive program for students with diverse learning needs. In order to bring awareness, the Br. Thomas Leto Options Program will be hosting Options Week starting on Monday, October 1st through Thursday, October 4th.

Throughout the week, the Hendricken community will answer the question: what type of learner are you? Do you need a quiet place to study or do you prefer listening to music? Typically, people fall into one of the three categories of learning styles: auditory, visual, or kinesthetic learners.  Students and staff will be able to identify their learning style and apply new strategies to help them take notes and study.

The week kicked off with a special Unified Volleyball game between the Bishop Hendricken Hawks and the East Greenwich Avengers on Monday morning in Pepin Gym. The game was attended by students, faculty, staff, the Hendricken Pep Band, and members of the Bishop Hendricken community cheering on athletes from both teams. In the end, the Hawks’ squad won the match, 3-0.

For more information on Options Week, the Options Program at Bishop Hendricken, peer mentoring, or learn about your learning style, contact: Mrs. Natalie Kessimian, Director of the Options Program, at or 401.739.3450, ext. 141.