Since 1999, the Bellarmine Robotics program has provided an after school outlet for students who find a passion in the sciences. Team 360 is Bellarmine's competitive robotics team, which continues to win awards yearly and spread it’s influence in the Pacific Northwest.
It's an important milestone for Bellarmine Athletics, as it marks the first time that every sport is able to practice and play home games at Bellarmine. In years prior, teams such as lacrosse and soccer found themselves practicing indoors, or being forced off campus to play. If you have an opportunity this spring, we invite you to come watch our men's soccer team, as well as our men's and women's lacrosse teams as they take to the new turf field!
Collectively Annette Michalson, Barbara Lidikay, and Leslie Gould have worked at Bellarmine for 99 years. As they prepare for retirement following the 2017 school year, hear from former and current colleagues about how their service has impacted students, teachers, and Bellarmine as a whole.
Formerly the novice director at Ignatius House in Culver City, California, Fr. Thomas J. Lamanna, S.J. currently teaches social studies and serves as the superior of the Jesuit Community at Bellarmine. In the fall of 2016, Fr. Thomas J. Lamanna, S.J. took a leave from his duties as a teacher and joined more than two hundred delegates from around the world to attend General Congregation 36 (GC36). Hear his take on the Congregation.
Since Bellarmine was founded in 1928 its athletic programs have steadily increased their prominence at the highest level of competition in Washington State. Hear a bit of the history behind this journey as well as a bit of the philosophy behind Lion Athletics today.
Two Bellarmine alumni, who were instrumental in the vision and implementation of the Bellarmine Alumni Network & Directory, sat down with us to explain their idea behind the directory as well as why you should sign up!