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  • Pictured (l-r): Lesha Kabunov, Olivia Bogaczyk, and Preston Kearns. Missing from photo is Zoe Seppi.

    Four Students Advance To Regional Spelling Bee Final Round

    Eighth graders Olivia Bogaczyk and Zoe Seppi and seventh graders Lesha Kabunov and Preston Kearns will represent CBA in the Final Round of the Regional Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 24.

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  • CBA State Of The School Address

    President Matt Keough gives a State of The School Update

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  • five students win scholastic art awards at cba near syracuse ny

    Five Students Win Scholastic Art Awards

    Five CBA students recently won Scholastic Art Awards. Those students are: Elena Kantor ’21-SILVER KEY, Best Functional Ceramic, Geomatriz Kami Petrosillo ’22-SILVER KEY, Drawing & Illustration, Damian Anna Pedone ’23-SILVER KEY, Ceramics,Winter Birch Gabbi Kleiner ’24-SILVER KEY, Photography, Congratulations! Have Some Plastic! Gabbi Kleiner ’24-SILVER KEY, Photography, Global Pandemic. Oh, I’m Sorry; I Thought We Were Saying Crazy, Made Up Scenarios Kami Petrosillo ’22-HONORABL

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  • Johnson of Ilion Winner of 30th Annual Corvette Raffle

    Pictured: President Matt Keough, Jack Szatkowski ’21, Director of Special Events, Annemarie Mosley; and Officer Wickes of the Town of Dewitt Police Department. Christian Brothers Academy is pleased to announce that Tim Johnson of Ilion is the winner of the school’s 30th Annual Corvette Raffle, sponsored by East Syracuse Chevrolet, Byrne Dairy, and SVRA (Sportscar Vintage Racing Association). Johnson’s winning ticket number was 015706. Second place winner ($1,000) was Patti Sargeant of Camillus

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  • Garraffo Submits Proposal To NCEA

    CBA Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs, Steven Garraffo recently submitted a proposal to the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) to present a session at NCEA 2021, a virtual convention held in early April, 2021.  In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on private Catholic education, the NCEA put out an all-call for virtual sessions that offer “value and relevance for teaching and learning in today’s educational reality.” Seeing firsthand the hard work, adaptability,

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  • 2020 Year In Review

    Happy New Year!! Before we turn the page to new beginnings for the new year of 2021, let’s take a look back at some of the highlights at CBA in 2020. January Wleklinski ’75 Nets No. 500-John “Buddy” Wleklinski ’75 added another milestone to his incredible coaching resume’ on Jan. 11. The Brothers knocked off Solvay, 67-47 to give Coach “W” as his players refer to him, win No. 500. Wleklinski, who started coaching the boys varsity team in 1984, joined six other CNY coaches to accomplish this f

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  • A Christmas Message From President Matt Keough

    A Christmas Message From President Matt Keough

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  • 'Tis The Season

    Spreading holiday cheer…Santa and his elves hand out candy canes to students, faculty and staff. ‘Tis the season.  Whether it’s within the halls of the school, or at home, CBA students, have been in the holiday spirit despite the pandemic. The Junior and Senior High Senates teamed up to create a “Countdown To Christmas” celebration.  Each day, featured special themes, activities, and fun Christmas attire that students could wear to school (or if they are remote). In addition, there was a vir

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  • Kambhampaty Selected Cameron Impact Scholar

    Senior Abby Kambhampaty was selected as a 2021 Cameron Impact Scholar. The Cameron Impact Scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition, merit-based undergraduate scholarship awarded annually to the top 10-15 exceptional high school students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, extracurricular activities, leadership, and community service. The Cameron Impact Scholar is unique among their high-achieving peers in their desire to make an impact on their communities and in the world at lar

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  • CBA Celebrates The Feast Of The Immaculate Conception

    CBA celebrated the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on Tuesday, Dec. 8. The Mass, which was held in the Chapel, was streamed on the NFHS Network so that students could watch from their homerooms. “Many Catholics are confused about this Holy Day,” said senior Annie Kilmartin in the Call to Worship. “Today’s feast celebrates the fact that Mary was chosen from the moment of her own conception in the womb of her mother, Anne, to be the mother of Jesus. God chose Mary and never let original sin

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