In consideration of the health and safety of our Cadets, Benedictine Military School has constantly been on the forefront of industry health and athletic standards. On that goal, BC maintains an evolving relationship with St. Joseph's/Candler, whose own efforts have been "to evolve to provide services to improve health and safety of students and athletes," which includes providing Benedictine with a full-time Athletic Trainer and Health Office Coordinator since 2002.
Our Athletic Training program began in 1992 through a partnership with Orthopedic Physician Dr. John P. George. That relationship has continued since 1992 with the program growing to Athletic Training coverage for all practices and games inside of the BC sports programs since 1997, and finally with the expansion of the program to include a full-time Athletic Training Services and School Health Services since 2002. Another value-added program instituted by St. Joseph's Candler is our Strength and Conditioning program, which began in 2003 and was serviced by a staff member provided by St. Joseph's/Candler. St. Joseph's/Candler and BC continue to foster this relationship to the benefit of the students in which St. Joseph's/Candler says "investing in the education of BC is an important community benefit for St. Joseph's/Candler."