written by Lisa Goodwyn, Arts/Art History Teacher and Ashley Mertz, S.T.E.A.M. Teacher at The Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School Not only does a creative learning environment help capture and retain students’ attention, in today’s quickly evolving, tech-driven world, it’s proving to be a critical skill. Here are three distinct advantages of an education that encourages creativity… [Read More].
by Wendy Lipscomb, Director of Early Learners, The Blessed Sacrament Huguenot SchoolA child’s brain develops faster from birth to age 5 than at any other times in their lives. In fact, 90% of brain development occurs before a child enters kindergarten, and studies show that this development has a lasting impact on a child’s ability… [Read More].
Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School is proud to announce recent confirmation of a large competitive grant from the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. This distinguished funding organization has selected the Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School for a $300,000 matching grant that will go towards construction & equipment of the new Brower Student Center, scheduled for completion by spring of ’24…. [Read More].
New construction proves schools’ commitment to the arts is more than just a performance Blessed SacramentHuguenot, St. Michael’s Episcopal and St. Catherine’s schools are investing more into arts programs for their students by constructing new buildings and theaters to enhance the learning experience. “It’s so important for students to be able to discover and grow in their creativity,”… [Read More].
On June 1, the school began “The Knight’s Charge,” a campaign to raise the $2 million needed to complete the endeavor. The Browers have offered to match donations dollar-for-dollar up to $1 million. Read more here.
A growing Catholic school in Powhatan County has kicked off the first new-construction project on its campus in six decades. Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School broke ground in early June on a $650,000 visual art center, which is expected to open to students in the fall. The roughly 2,700-square-foot center will introduce a kiln and pottery… [Read More].
Ground was broken Wednesday at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School in Powhatan on a 2,664-square-foot visual art center. It is the first part of an $8.25 million project helped by a $6.25 million donation from Richmond couple Keith and Kathleen Brower. Read more here.
June 1 Ground-Breaking of New Visual Art Center Launches $8.25M Campus-Wide Renovation Plan at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School, Powhatan, VA Excitement is building at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School in Powhatan, VA. A June 1 ground-breaking for the new 2,664 square foot Visual Art Center launches Phase 2 of the Knight’s Charge Campaign, supporting the continuing… [Read More].
Introducing the Lifeline 6 Knights’ Warrior Scholarships | For Children of Active Duty & Retired Active Duty Military Personnel BSH is proud to announce the establishment of a new scholarship program benefitting BSH students who are children of active duty and retired active duty (including medically retired) personnel including: U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Space… [Read More].
POWHATAN, VA, February 1, 2022 $3 MILLION GIFT | MAJOR GROWTH CONTINUES AT BLESSED SACRAMENT HUGUENOT, 40-ACRE PRIVATE SCHOOL IN POWHATAN, VA Major improvements continue to unfold at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot Catholic School (BSH) in Powhatan. In 2019-2020 more than $2 million was donated by the Brower family for infrastructure and technology upgrades that inspired… [Read More].