BSM Blog: Behind the Shield

I recently saw a commercial that featured five retired BSM teachers, coaches and administrators. They call themselves the 5 H’s. All these men taught, coached and, far too often, disciplined me when I was a student. The tag line of this BSM-inspired commercial got me thinking about my own BSM...
Now begins the best time of the year: fall sports time. With much anticipation, school cranks into gear and so does the spirit for the activities and athletics here at BSM. Pep fests, all school Mass, spirit days and all the other hype that comes along with the beginning of the school year, shows...
Learn why this year marks a profound moment in history and how the legacy of Saint John Baptist De La Salle lives on in the Red Knight community. At first glance, the 2018-2019 school year looks like any other, with students and teachers rigorously pursuing an education rooted in the...
Last year, as a new parent to the Benilde-St. Margaret’s community that is steeped in history, tradition, faith and alumni support, it seemed overwhelming to become involved and find a place in such a close, tight-knit community – the operative word here is community. That was exactly how my...
On Wednesday and Thursday, seventy-two of our juniors and seniors spent time in the Great Hall preparing to welcome the class of 2022. Link Crew, a national program, which at BSM is a part of Campus Ministry, is built on the belief that students can help students succeed. Our junior and senior Link...
At Benilde-St. Margaret’s, the principal of service is ever-present throughout daily activities performed by students, faculty and staff members. While this ideal is stressed every day at BSM, word of a recent project that is meant to aid the school in its journey of positively impacting the...
BSM is a place where you feel like a part of one community, the Red Knight community, every day. This past semester in our theology class, Christology: The Person of Jesus, we took part in a multitude of activities to emphasize this feeling of being part of a loving community. One of the things...
  In June of each year, final exams and graduation ceremonies mark the end of the academic program and co-curricular activities. The halls are less traveled but in reality, a flurry of activity still takes place in the weeks between the end and the new beginning. This summer has been even...

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