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  • Spreading Positive Thoughts And Gratitude

    Spreading Positive Thoughts And Gratitude

    Sophomore Delaney Hayden Sophomore Delaney Hayden has recently launched a positivity and gratitude challenge. Similar to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from a few years ago, Hayden is attempting to promote positivity and spread gratitude to everyone in the world who is fighting the Coronavirus, or who has been impacted by it to some extent. “The Whose Shoes Mile Challenge” asks people to walk, run, bike, swim, roll (if in a wheelchair or any other device with wheels), drive, or do anything they

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  • Edick Finalist In Shakespeare Competition; Four Students Recognized By Syracuse Stage

    Edick Finalist In Shakespeare Competition; Four Students Recognized By Syracuse Stage

    Junior Emilee Edick is a National Finalist in the ESU Shakespeare Competition. Edick won the CBA competition, and then advanced to the New York State competition, where she was victorious there. She is now competing against 48 other state winners in the National Competition. Due to the pandemic, Edick won’t be able to experience the full treatment of going to New York City to compete at Lincoln Center. Edick has filmed her sonnet (Sonnet 11) and monologue (Phoebe, from As You Like It) and s

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  • Distance Doesn’t Stop Brothers From Being Connected

    Distance Doesn’t Stop Brothers From Being Connected

    Distance learning hasn’t kept the CBA community from being apart. The school has certainly remained connected through this pandemic by prayer, learning, and our digital world. Each morning senior Matthew Doane (along with his younger siblings) has delivered the daily prayer. The prayer is written by various students and videoed by senior Janelle Little. Prayers March 30-April 3: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12LyBy6Wpgi4Td6mXkFfN85HSck0h-ytP?usp=sharing Prayers March 23-27: https:/

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  • Junior High Students Qualify For History Bee

    Junior High Students Qualify For History Bee

    Seventh Graders Front row (l-r): Connor Radley, Soren Kang, Ethan Day, Thomas Menar, RJ Murphy, Keira Kennedy, Lily Barrett, Marielle Emmanuel, Harriet Dweh. Second row (l-r): Tim Scholl, Andrew Paciga, Luke Snyder, Zoie Whelan, Eliana Occhino, Eve Oakes, Sophie Wolniak, Ava Myers, Jewell Fernandez. Third row (l-r): Jake Bartlett, David Curry, Colin Krupa, Olivia Duester, Jessica Khairallah, Carly Tousley, Janie Kang, Zoe Thayer, Charli Walma, Julie Zdep. Fourth row (l-r): Jack Ludington, Chri

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  • Lasallian Digital Retreat Day-Living The Lasallian Star

    Lasallian Digital Retreat Day-Living The Lasallian Star

    Monday, March 30 is Lasallian Digital Retreat Day. Digital Retreat Day is a day when students are encouraged to disconnect from technology, and instead, replace that time with opportunities to reflect on, and live out, the core principles of Lasallian Education. There will be no assignments from teachers on this day and no structured class time. Monday, is the “remote” version of the grade level retreats that all students experience at CBA. Here is the day’s activities: Lasallian Digital Retrea

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  • Fall Semester Honor Roll

    Fall Semester Honor Roll

    Students in grades 9-12 were named to the High Honor or Honor Roll for the Fall semester. Students who had a semester GPA of 93 or above with no individual course semester grade below 85 achieved High Honors. Students who had a semester GPA of 90 or above with no individual course semester grade below 80 achieved Honors. 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade

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  • Covid-19 Updates and Information

    Covid-19 Updates and Information

    Brothers News And Daily UpdatesPlease refer to this page for updates regarding the COVID-19 corona virus for the CBA community. Wednesday March 18, 2020: The following message was sent via email to CBA families Good afternoon Students and Parents, Congratulations on a great first day of digital learning! Thanks to all of your efforts, we distributed over 100 Chromebooks, several WiFi hotspots and to my knowledge, we have every one of our 775 students up and running on our myCBA platform! I

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  • School Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony To Open New Learning Commons

    School Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony To Open New Learning Commons

    Pictured (l-r): Principal Matt Keough, Claire Hulslander ’23, Ben Mustico ’21, Josh Culeton ’24, President Brother Joseph Jozwiak, John O’Connor ’85, Chairman of the Board of Trustees; Charlie Breur ‘01, representing Hueber Bruer Construction; Matt Klucznik, representing Architectural Design by QPK; John Marshall, AFSC ’67, Campaign Co-Chair. Trustees, alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of CBA gathered on Wednesday for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Learning Commons. The Learn

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  • cba boys and girls basketball section 3 champs

    The Champs!!!

    Both the girls and boys basketball teams captured Sectional Titles this past Saturday. Emily Hall had 17 points and Brooke Jarvis scored 10 to lead the girls to a 45-42 win over Jamesville-Dewitt. It was the first Sectional Title in the sport since 2007. More on the girls victory: https://www.syracuse.com/highschoolsports/2020/03/late-surge-gives-cba-girls-sectional-hoops-championship-ends-j-d-title-run.html Later that night, the boys also topped the Red Rams, 63-61 to claim the school’s fi

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  • Students Travel To Philadelphia To Perform Service

    Students Travel To Philadelphia To Perform Service

    Pictured (l-r): Julyna Ho, Anah Nizar, Lydia Hill, Eliza Hanson, Preston Taylor, Holly Dowd, Amanda Webster, Michael Bolton, Sam Johnston, and Justin O’Connor. CBA students Michael Bolton, Eliza Hanson, Lydia Hill, Julyna Ho, Sam Johnston, Justin O’Connor, Anah Nizar, and Preston Taylor, along with faculty members Amanda Webster and Holly Dowd, recently spent four days serving the homeless at St. Francis Inn in Philadelphia, PA. St. Francis Inn is a Franciscan Eucharistic community called to m

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