Welcome Home!

Welcome Home!

Since 1902, over 6,700 BC Cadets have studied, prayed, laughed, competed, and made life-long friendships at Benedictine Military School. Whether connecting at a BC Alumni Social around the country, coming to a class reunion or athletic event, visiting campus, or just tying in to the vast network of Benedictine Alumni for business, the relationships forged at BC last a lifetime.


Our Benedictine Alumni are such an important aspect of the culture of Benedictine Military School. Attending Benedictine is not a four year decision and we are so thankful that our alumni continue to stay involved in our school community. Please know that our doors are always open and you are welcome to visit whenever you can. We hope that you stay in contact with Benedictine through our website and social media to keep your finger on the pulse of what is happening here on Seawright Drive.

Dustin White '14
Director of Alumni Engagement

Have Lunch at Benedictine

If you are in town and would like to stop b BC to share one of our famous lunches, please click the link below. You can schedule up to 30 days in advance. The lunch is provided by SAGE Dining Services and Chef Vince, who has been at BC for over a decade . If you have time, Dustin would love to show you all the new updates and share the futures plans we have here at Benedictine.
2021-22 Award Winners

Class of the Year
BC Class of 1966 & 1975

Highest Participation
1938- 100%

Dollars Contributed

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 Share your news with us and we will include it in the school magazine. Have you…
  • Gotten married?
  • Had a baby?
  • Began a new career?
  • Earned a promotion?
  • Received an award?


List of 2 news stories.

  • ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: BC graduate Chuck Watson '79 is a man of many (international) hats

    By Noell Barnidge
    Chuck Watson, Benedictine Military School Class of 1979, is a geophysicist and the founder and Director of Research and Development of Enki Holdings, LLC.

    Watson, who possesses an endearingly sarcastic sense of humor, named Enki Research for the Sumerian god of mischief and seawater. At Enki Research, Watson designs computer models for weather phenomena including tropical cyclones/hurricanes, earthquakes, and tsunamis, as well as anthropogenic hazards such as terrorism and industrial accidents. Enki’s models and outputs are used by governments throughout the world.
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  • ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: BC’s 2nd Annual Reunion Weekend is Sept. 29-30

    By Noell Barnidge
    Benedictine Military School will host its 2nd Annual Reunion Weekend on Sept. 29-30 and based on the success of the inaugural event it is anticipated that even more alumni will attend. Benedictine Military School Director of Alumni Engagement Dustin White ’14 said BC’s one-stop-shopping approach to class reunions is attractive to graduates for many reasons.
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