St. Benedict at Auburndale High School

St. Benedict at Auburndale is a Catholic, Co-Ed and College Prep High School in Memphis, TN. If you are a St.

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Operating as usual

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We will have our Winter Fest Week this week, February 20-23! There will be a dress-up theme for each day. The schedule is below. We will also have our Winter Fest Dance this Saturday, February 24 from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Tickets will be on sale during lunches for $10 each. The dance will be semi-formal attire. Students with dates who do not attend SBA will need to complete a Guest Form before purchasing tickets. Tickets must be purchased at lunch and cannot be purchased at the door the night of the dance.

Tuesday – Rhyme Without a Reason
Wednesday – Anything but a Backpack
Thursday – Pajama Day
Friday – Flannel Friday
Please see the Student Handbook for guidelines on Jeans Days:

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Our SBA Bowling Team members took home several Daily Memphian awards this year! We're proud to announce that Jackson Roberts was named Boys Bowler of the Year. Seven Eagles were also selected for the All-Metro Bowling Teams: Adam Fillion, Benjamin Miller, Jackson Roberts, Brady St. Gelais, Marcy Bryant, Julia Casama, and Zoe Crider. Congratulations on an amazing season!

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We had a wonderful faculty retreat today at Our Lady Queen of Peace Retreat Center! Thank you to John Edwards, host of the podcast "Just a Guy in the Pew," for his impactful and inspiring talks today. We also thank Fr. Jins Matthew for celebrating Mass with us, and thank the OLQP staff for the delicious lunch. Teachers and staff of St. Benedict at Auburndale Catholic High School and St. Ann Catholic School joined together for this encouraging day!

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We pray for safe travels and wish good luck to Cael Coulombe, who will be competing in the State Wrestling Tournament today in Nashville! Cael placed 3rd at Regionals to qualify. Way to go, Cael!


Join us for the Night of Giving: Gala & Auction in support of St. Benedict at Auburndale on Saturday, April 27! We are looking forward to a successful evening of fun and fundraising for our Eagles. You can get tickets for our largest fundraiser of the year at Early bird rates are on sale now. Sponsorship opportunities are also available! For more information, please email Sara Covey at [email protected]

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This week is Kindness Week at SBA, and the Random Acts of Kindness club organized several activities to share the love! The students displayed encouraging posters throughout the halls, wrote Thank You notes to teachers, gave notes and flowers to our MMI Cafeteria staff, and passed out donuts to students. Thank you to these students and club sponsor Jennifer Brannon. Our Eagles and their kindness have given us plenty of reasons to smile this week!


We will have our Winter Break this Friday, Feb. 16 through Monday, Feb. 19. We will return to school Tuesday, Feb. 20. Enjoy your break!

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Today is Ash Wednesday! We will live stream our Mass on Facebook this morning at 10:10 AM. Please join us!

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. It is a season of penance, reflection, and fasting that prepares us for Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday, through which we attain redemption. Following the example of the Ninevites, who did penance in sackcloth and ashes, our foreheads are marked with ashes to humble our hearts and remind us that life passes away on Earth. We remember this when we are told "Remember, Man is dust, and unto dust you shall return."

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Happy Mardi Gras! Our Eagle Cafe brought their "A" game with Chicken & Sausage Jambalaya, Bayou Shrimp, and more! Our Diversity, Inclusion, & Human Dignity committee also gave out free King Cake to all students to honor this cultural celebration!

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Thank you to all the families who donated to Teacher Treats today, and to the Home & School Association for organizing! Our hearts and tummies are full from all of the love and goodies. ❤️😋

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Wednesday ➡️ Sunday 🏆🏈 Congratulations to Cam Jones, St. Benedict class of 2018, on an incredible season with the Kansas City Chiefs ending in a Super Bowl win!

Cam stopped by campus Wednesday to drop off flowers for one of his teachers, Bertha Rodriguez, before heading to Las Vegas for the game. We are so proud of this Eagle!


Today is the Feast Day of Saint Scholastica, sister of Saint Benedict! Read on to the Catholic Diocese of Memphis' post for the inspiring story of their final conversation together. Saint Scholastica, please pray for us!

Today, Feb. 10, is the Feast of Saint Scholastica (Abbess). The story and history of St. Scholastica is that she was the sister of the great patriarch St. Benedict and under his direction, she founded and governed a large community near Monte Casino. St. Gregory sums up her life by saying that she devoted herself to God from her childhood and that her pure soul went to God in the likeness of a dove, as if to show that her life had been enriched with the fullest gifts of the Holy Spirit. Her brother would visit her every year, for “she could not be sated or wearied with the words of grace which flowed from his lips.” On his last visit, after a day passed in spiritual converse, the Saint, knowing that her end was near, said, “My brother, leave me not, I pray you, this night, but speak with me until dawn on the bliss of those who see God in heaven.” Benedict would not, break his rule at the bidding of natural affection; and then the Saint bowed her head on her hands and prayed; and there arose a storm so violent that he could not return to his monastery, and they passed the night in heavenly conversation. Three days later St. Benedict saw in a vision the soul of his sister going up in the likeness of a dove into heaven. Then he gave thanks to God for the graces He had given her, and for the glory which had crowned them. When she died, St. Benedict, her spiritual daughters, and the monks sent by St. Benedict mingled their tears and prayed, “Alas! alas! dearest mother, to whom do you leave us now? Pray for us to Jesus, to whom you are gone.” They then devoutly celebrated Holy Mass, “commending her soul to God;” and her body was borne to Monte Casino, and laid by her brother in the tomb he had prepared for himself. “And they bewailed her many days;” and St. Benedict said, “Weep not, sisters and brothers; for assuredly Jesus has taken her before us to be our aid and defence against all our enemies, that we may stand in the evil day and be in all things perfect.” She died about the year 543. St. Scholastica, please pray for us!


Join us this Saturday for a Trivia Night fundraiser benefiting Project Graduation! Project Graduation provides gifts and events to celebrate our Seniors each year. Trivia Night will be Feb. 10 in the SBA Dining Hall. Doors open at 6:30 PM and questions start at 7:30 PM. There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd, and last place teams. Email Teresa Massie at [email protected] to register!

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Cam Jones, St. Benedict alumnus and linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs, stopped by his alma mater today before heading to the Super Bowl! He hand delivered flowers to one of his previous teachers, Bertha Rodriguez, who taught him Spanish.

He was recently injured and likely won’t be playing in the Super Bowl, but he was an integral part of the season and helped the team make it to the final game. He took photos with St. Benedict students, and even took time to watch our cheerleaders perform before they head to Nationals tomorrow. Thank you, Cam! 🦅

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Thank you to our amazing families and Home & School Association for providing lunch, restaurant gift cards, and take home wine for our teachers! We are so thankful for all our families do to show appreciation for our staff. Thank you to our local Nothing Bundt Cakes and Abbay’s as well for donating desserts and drinks!

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We love College Signing Days! Cael Coulombe signed his commitment yesterday to wrestle for the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, AR. He’s trading in his Eagle red and navy for Eagle purple and we couldn’t be more proud. Way to go, Cael! Pictured with his family, teammates, and Coach Don Madeksho.


Don’t forget! We have a 1:55 PM dismissal tomorrow as our way to Celebrate Students and Staff on the last day of Catholic Schools Week. Everyone also gets a free scoop of ice cream at lunch. God Bless and Go Eagles!


Welcome to Mass! We will begin at 10:10AM.


We're celebrating Faith and Family today for Catholic Schools Week! All families and friends are invited to join the live stream of our Mass at 10:10 AM on our page.

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We were honored to welcome First Responders, Government Workers, Healthcare Workers, and more community servants on campus for breakfast today. On behalf of all of our Eagles, we thank you for your service!

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We celebrated our teachers today on the first day of Catholic Schools Week! Teachers had a Jeans Day, complimentary breakfast, and a take home dinner put together by Home and School. Thank you to all who helped prepare food, packed meals, donated, and made this day special for our faculty! We'd also like to extend a thank you to alumni parents Amy Iovinelli and Jennifer Bougeois who have helped prepare these dinners for over 11 years, despite their youngest children graduating! Catholic Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee


Catholic Schools Week 2024 has begun! Today, we honor all the parishes and places of worship that are a home away from home for our students. God Bless and Go Eagles!

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The results are in! Your St. Benedict Girls Bowling team is the State Runner-Up, and the Boys Bowling team tied for 3rd place! In addition, sophomore Jackson Roberts finished 2nd in the individual championships, and senior Zoe Crider finished 5th. We are so proud and congratulate all of these athletes on an incredibly successful season. Head Coach Deacon Jeff Drzycimski summed up the season best: "For anyone who thinks this is 'just bowling,' it's not. This is an opportunity to help our children to trust, know and love each other…and Jesus. This program (and others like it at SBA) builds character, helps them to believe in themselves, teaches them about their own dignity and the dignity of others, and is part of God's plan to transform the world. All that, believe it or not, from 'just bowling.'"

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Our SBA Seniors received their third Senior Treat bags today, stuffed full of Valentine’s themed goodies! Thank you to Home & School and all who were so generous to donate and help put these gifts together for the Class of 2024. 🎓💗

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Catholic Schools Week is just around the corner! See below for important dates as we celebrate. Tuesday, Jan. 30, we will celebrate Health Care workers and First Responders with a free breakfast. Please help us by sharing this invitation! Due to space constraints, our All School Mass on Wednesday, Jan. 31 has been changed to a Mass for our Senior Class only. Our underclassmen will live stream the Mass, and families are invited to watch the Live Stream as well on our YouTube channel! Friday, Feb. 2, we will celebrate our students and staff with a casual dress day and early dismissal at 1:55 PM.

We look forward to celebrating Catholic Schools next week!

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