COVID-19 Information

Benedictine Military School has suspended its classes on campus and all school activities through April 24.  We have initiated the CARE for THE 400 (Cadets Accessing Remotely for Education) online learning program. Our top concern, as always, is the safety and well-being of our Cadets. 

Our entire school campus (including the athletic fields, gymnasium, outside courts, weight room, and athletic center) is closed to any outside individuals, groups, and teams until further notice. As a country, state, city, and school community, we are in uncharted territory. We will continue to evaluate the situation as more information becomes available each day. 

My blessings to you and your family during this time,

Father Frank Ziemkiewicz, O.S.B.

Messages from Our Principal

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  • March 27, 2020 update from Jacob Horne

    Dear BC Family,

    We hope this email finds you and your family well. Benedictine Military School will follow Governor Kemp’s directive to remain closed through April 24th. We will take our Easter Break from April 9th-17th. We do sincerely hope to be able to get together again before having to conclude the school year. We are taking part in on-going discussions about many of the traditional events that we would enjoy at this time of the year to include Ring Day and Graduation. Again, as more information becomes available we will update you.
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  • March 22, 2020 update from Jacob Horne

    Dear BC Family,
    We hope you had a great weekend. I am sure we are in for more surprises as our local, state, and federal governments continue to evaluate how we should best combat COVID-19. I promise to do my best to continue communicating with you as new information becomes available or information that would cause us to edit previously stated intent/objectives/plans. It is our hope and desire to get back as soon as possible, but we will do so with caution as to protect our BC family and greater Savannah community.
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