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Spring Food Drive Success

Bellarmine’s Spring Food Drive has resulted in the raising of $12,550, which will significantly assist Second Harvest of Silicon Valley in providing 25,100 nutritious meals to many in need throughout the community. This achievement surpassed the school’s initial goal of Continue Reading...

Bells Break School Track Records

The Bellarmine Track Team distance runner squad opened the 2021 season at Dublin High School on April 10 with amazing results for the Bells.

“They outdid themselves, culminating with the last race of the night when Nolan Topper ‘21 and Colin Peattie ‘21 both broke the school record in the 3200,” noted coach Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Announces New Athletic Director

Kevin Saldivar

Bellarmine principal Kristina Luscher has announced the appointment of alumnus Kevin Saldivar ’04 as the school’s next athletic director.

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Loyola Marymount University, Saldivar worked in the Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Virtual Auction Takes Place March 27

In place of its usual Golden Bell Auction this year, Bellarmine College Prep is teeing-up the inaugural Fr. Cobb Golf Classic and Virtual Auction, presented by the Office of Alumni Relations and Office of Advancement. The March 26 golf tournament at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco sold out within hours of registration a few Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Holds Racial Justice Teach-In

Racial Teach In 2021

The Bellarmine College Prep community participated in a virtual Racial Justice Teach-In on March 10, during which students, faculty, and staff explored a multitude of issues related to social and racial justice. The event was organized by Bellarmine students involved in the school’s Unity Council, with the support of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The teach-in, an extension of Continue Reading...

Cross Country Bells Return to Competition

On Saturday, February 27, a group of Bellarmine College Prep students competed in an interscholastic athletic competition -- after numerous months of being unable to do so due to pandemic-related restrictions -- as six schools competed in a cross country race on a three-mile course Continue Reading...

New Season Begins for Bells Speech & Debate Team

Bellarmine’s Speech & Debate team members competed virtually the weekend of January 8-10 at the ASU Invitational tournament. “This was a great season opener for many of our guys,” noted coach Aaron Langerman. “It’s awesome to see our depth in speech continue Continue Reading...

Bellarmine Hosts Acclaimed Professors for Compelling Conversation Regarding Civil Discourse

Civil Dscourse

Authors and professors Dr. Cornel West and Dr. Robert George come from opposite ends of the political spectrum and are often referred to as the “ideological odd couple.” George, a Catholic conservative who is a professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University; and West, a Baptist liberal who is a professor of the practice of public philosophy at Harvard University, are friends who Continue Reading...

Speech and Debate Team Opens Back-To-Back League Tournaments

Bells Speech and Debate team members competed during the weekend of October 16-19 with back-to-back openings of all three of their initial league tournaments of the season. Given the current pandemic, tournaments continue to be virtual competitions.

“The coaches are all stunned at how well Continue Reading...

Nate Sutton ’00 Named New Baseball Coach

Varsity Baseball

Bellarmine College Preparatory is excited to announce that Nate Sutton ’00 will be the head of program for Varsity Baseball. Coach Sutton brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience, a tremendous amount of success at all levels of baseball, and a strong understanding of the tradition and Continue Reading...