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          Welcome to Benedictine College Preparatory!

          Happening Now at BCP

          Life is fast, and our Cadets are guys on the go. Keep up with Benedictine happenings by connecting with us on social media and in the news.

          Whether it’s highlights or news feeds from the big game, a photo shoot of one of our many social events or film of the Benedictine men on the march, we make sure the info is right at your fingertips. Plus, you can find out about the gamut of Benedictine activities taking place by checking out our school calendar.

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          Recently, the yearly change of command was announced on Benedictine's Instagram for the upcoming year. During a hard time, this announcement brought joy to many Cadets and their families. A total of 39 students were included in the rotation, all of them being juniors.


           Football is Back:  Benedictine Releases Schedule

          Benedictine has released its 2020-2021 football schedule, and the Cadets are very fired up for the upcoming football season. The season opens up with a scrimmage on August 20, against Thomas Jefferson High School. The first official game takes place at Huguenot High School against one of Benedictine's biggest rivals, Trinity.

          It All Adds Up

          At Benedictine, we let our numbers speak for us.

          In terms of our students’ academic success, the amount of attention we devote to our Cadets, the level of future opportunities and our dedication to the breadth and depth of our students’ intellectual capabilities, it’s hard to match the Benedictine experience.

          26 States Where Benedictine grads are currently attending college

          15.6 Students Average Class Size

          13 AP Courses Offered

          57% Students receive grants, scholarships & financial aid to attend BCP

          $3,629,000 Total college scholarships & grants awarded to last year’s grads

          9-to-1 Student-Teacher Ratio

          75% Upperclassmen taking fine arts courses

          100% Last year’s grads accepted into college

          98% Last year’s grads enrolling in college

          29% Minority Representation in student body

          $57,600 Last year’s grads’ average college aid packet

          A Path to Success

          View the stories of how Benedictine helped place Richmond’s young men on a path to adulthood that culminated in their realizing achievement as mature, thoughtful and intelligent men of conscience and discipline.

          What we share here is a mere sampling of some of the myriad exceptional stories of how Cadets have gone on to thrive.  Whether it is in their faith, in business, in the medical field, in law, in athletics or in family life, these men serve as examples of how Benedictine can be the catalyst to a successful life.

           

          From Cadet to Raider

          When you are a critical component of a team that put forth a devastating performance in winning the NCAA's national crown, and when you've been balancing the severe demands of that role with those of the classroom, and when you're one of the most recognized figures on campus, what do you do when you get a bit of time off from that grind

           

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          From Cadet to CEO

          During his time at Benedictine, Joe Swedish (Class of '69) may not have given much of an overt indication that he was on his way to major accomplishments. But, hidden beneath an unassuming exterior, burned a passionate flame to make big things happen. That flame, as well as a well-rooted work ethic, carried Swedish through a career that culminated in his leading a Fortune 38 company today.

          So, how would he advise current Cadets? “Experience all that Benedictine has to offer academically, religiously, socially and culturally…," states Swedish.

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          From Cadet to Entrepreneur

          Just as the business he grew has stayed in the family, so has his love for Benedictine been passed down through generations of the Carreras family. Jim Carreras graduated from our school in 1958 and spent some time on Wall Street before leveraging that business savvy into his own empire, based in Richmond.

          Along the way, he’s led a full and fascinating life, one which now includes keeping an eye on a pair of grandsons who don the Cadet green these days.  “Benedictine was the start,” said Carreras.  “It was the first of a series of motivations for me.” 

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          All-School Calendar

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