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Dr. Seuss’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” is one of my favorite stories. Many of you who have read it know that the Grinch does all in his power to take away the spirit of Christmas. However, we also know that in taking the trees, ornaments, food, and presents, he fails in his attempt because he...
This year is the first time that Biomed III has been offered at BSM. It is the last of the cumulative series of Biomedical classes, and it is much different than the past two courses. The class is research based, and if anyone knows anything about research, there’s a lot that could go wrong. So...
We first began working with one another through the Knight Errant. Ashley captured photos and Andrew laid out pages for the school publication. Our passion for making stories come to life was a major building block for the beginning of our relationship and still is one year later, as we celebrate...
November and December are the months of the year that bring Thanksgiving, Advent, and Christmas in rapid succession. The number of family get-togethers is unmatched during this time of year, and each has its own traditions. Games, feasts, prayers, conversations, and shopping seem to be mainstays in...
Rabbi O at the Interfaith Prayer Service 2017
I felt deeply honored and humbled the first time I was referred to as “the Benilde-St. Margaret’s rabbi.” It was initially in jest, but there was an undertone of truth in those words. The students, administration and faculty knew me, not because of my name or my role at Beth El, but because of the...
picture of group gathering for dinner at the annual auction event.
Have you ever had the feeling that you belong? That you are where you are supposed to be? There is nothing more crucial to our well-being than knowing we belong. That we are known and that we are loved. I’m a graduate of Benilde-St Margaret’s School, and I had a wonderful experience as...
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Being a part of a Catholic community like Benilde-St. Margaret’s there comes a responsibility to give back, as outlined in our mission and written out in our faith. As part of BSM’s theology course “Discipleship in Society,” students are required to serve 35 hours outside of class time to help...
Students walking past the college and career center in main entrance.
Benilde-St. Margaret’s School offers our students a challenging college preparatory curriculum that guides each individual toward his/her “highest potential in body, spirit and mind." In that light, each fall our students and families focus on future college and university choices. A vast...

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