Bishop Fenwick Bishop Fenwick en-us Bishop Fenwick Buick Drive For Your School Fundraiser! Buick Drive For Your School Fundraiser!

Buick Drive For Your School Fundraiser

Bishop Fenwick Athletics has teamed up with Borcherding Buick / GMC to bring you the 'Buick Drive For Your Students' fundraising event that will take place on August 6, 2017 from 9 am - 5 pm. This is a terrific opportunity for the Fenwick community to help us meet our goal of raising $10,000 and all you have to do is sign up to take a test drive and show up on the event date. We need 500 drivers to reach our goal and I know we can do it with your help! Here is our strategy and guidelines:

  • Strategy

  • Each athlete and coach has to recruit two people to take a test drive

  • Actually anyone in our community can sign up to take a test drive

  • Get your outside community to come, drive and learn more about our athletics programs


  1. Sign Up To Drive

  2. Complete a short waiver form prior to your test drive

  3. There will be a link sent out the day of the event to start the registration process prior to arriving at Fenwick

  4. Complete a short survey form after your test drive

  5. Drivers must be 21 years of age or older and possess a valid driver’s license

  6. There can be only one driver per household (unless using two different addresses)

Official Buick Drive For Your School Information

We encourage all of our Fenwick Community to come out to earn some easy funding for our great school. Please call the Bishop Fenwick Athletics Office at 513-423-0724.

July 24th, 2017
Bishop Fenwick Athletics NEW Website & Mobile App Announcement Bishop Fenwick Athletics NEW Website & Mobile App Announcement

Bishop Fenwick Athletics NEW Website & Mobile App Announcement


Bishop Fenwick Athletics is thrilled to announce our partnership with Prep Connect Mobile to bring our Falcon community an Athletics website and a compatible  FREE Bishop Fenwick Athletics Mobile App. On the new, highly responsive site and mobile app, the entire BFHS community can access athletic news, schedules, rosters, highlights and receive notifications concerning the sports that they are interested or involved in. The new site can be accessed by visiting and going to the Athletics tab, it is in the same place, just connected to the new site!

NEW Fenwick Athletics Website

Download BFA Mobile App Via Apple ITunes

Download BFA Mobile App Via Android/Google Play

 Do you follow Bishop Fenwick on Facebook or Twitter? If you share our Facebook post or retweet our Tweet or a Tweet from Fenwick Sports about the new site and mobile app within the next two weeks, you will be entered to win a Falcons Sports Pass for the 2017-2018 school year! Worth $250, the Falcons Sports Pass grants free access to one person to every home athletics game through the year. The contest will end on August 12th. Visit our social sites below to be entered:

Bishop Fenwick High School Facebook

Bishop Fenwick High School Twitter @BishopFenwick1

Bishop Fenwick Sports Twitter @FenwickSports


Please see the below information detailing the features of the new website and mobile app. We encourage everyone to visit the site and download the mobile app! The app can be downloaded through the website as well.


July 22nd, 2017
Fenwick Alum Goes International! Fenwick Alum Goes International!


Emma Jones, Class of 2017, recently endeavored on a trip of a lifetime to Taiwan. The Cincinnati USA New Taipei City Taiwan Student Exchange program brought a group of 15 American students from Cincinnati to our “Sister City” in Taiwan, New Taipei City. This trip was Emma’s second exchange program trip. She went to China last summer with a different program, but she admits that Taiwan was her favorite! Emma’s experience gave her a new outlook on life, education and the world, literally!

Emma’s trip consisted of one week in school and the following week exploring one of the largest cities in Taiwan, New Taipei City.  Through her first week Emma had the opportunity sit through all of the classes the school had to offer. Donned in the traditional uniform of the school (seen above), she was able to learn how the New Taipei City culture teaches the subjects of math, geography, biology and home economics. Her favorite part of the school experience…. Napping! The culture has very rigorous curriculum and an almost 8-hour school day, so after lunch, they get “Quiet Time”, where students are given 30 minutes to lay their heads down and dream. Emma had one word to describe Quiet Time, simply “awesome!” Although we have shorter school days, Emma believes that a student’s load in the United States is equal to that in Taiwan, so she thinks that Quiet Time would be a valuable additional to school programs in the United States. She went on to add that after nap time and lunch, she found it intriguing that everyone has to brush their teeth to enforce and encourage good habits in their everyday lives.

Over the two weeks, Emma enjoyed being hosted by two different families and being guided by her student exchange partner. Both close to her age, her host students, Grace and Jasmine, both could speak fluent English and were very enthusiastic about hosting Emma. While not all members of the host families could speak English well, they all made Emma’s journey more meaningful by welcoming her with love and sharing their favorite parts of the city with her. The families and the friends they introduced to Emma were the backbone of her cultural experience. They took her to all of the famous sites, including the tallest building in Taiwan, Taipei 101 and to a local National Park were they explored a live active volcano. The families were also as enthusiastic about indulging Emma with all the local cuisine that they love, which Emma claimed to be some of the best food that she has ever had.

Emma’s Parents were also lucky enough to be chosen as chaperones for the trip and were able to experience life across the world with Emma. Emma returned from the trip with an entire extra suitcase full of gifts and memorabilia from her epic adventure and was kind enough to share some with the Bishop Fenwick staff.  She will soon start her journey to the University of Toledo to study Pharmaceutical Medicine. Emma has plans to travel to other places around the world in the future and is excited to see what calls her next. She is hoping to travel for service in the near future.

Please pray for Emma and her enthusiasm to learn. She is a prime example of the love of learning and passion that Bishop Fenwick instills in all of our students. We wish Emma the best of luck and look forward to hearing about more of her adventures to come!




July 21st, 2017
Bishop Fenwick E-News: Fall Sports Cookout Reminder, FIT Program News, 1-Fenwick & More! Bishop Fenwick E-News: Fall Sports Cookout Reminder, FIT Program News, 1-Fenwick & More!

Bishop Fenwick E-News: Fall Sports Cookout Reminder, FIT Program News, 1-Fenwick & More!

July 19th, 2017
1-FENWICK Weekend August 4-6! 1-FENWICK Weekend August 4-6!


1-FENWICK Weekend is our intentional effort to unite the many years and geographies that have all contributed to this great school. Whether you are in one of the 65 graduating classes, a parent, student or community member that has supported Fenwick we want you to join us!

2nd Annual 1-FENWICK Weekend Celebration August 4-6, 2017 We will celebrate ALL classes as ONE reunion on Friday night for alumni and guests.  Special focus will be given to classes who graduated in a year ending in ‘2 and ‘7.  Class reunion photos will be taken for benchmark reunions.  Saturday and Sunday events are  open to alumni AND our entire community …anyone who wants to be part of the Fenwick Falcon community!


What to Expect:


Friday, August 4:

All Alumni Class Reunion Night

  • Friday, August 4, 6:30-11:30 p.m.
  • A campus filled with hundreds of your friends and other alumni reminiscing, laughing and dancing! Alumni and guests will be wowed with an amazing banquet table of catered food, cold beverages (cash bar), both a DJ and the return of 3 Piece Revival live band. If you miss the first round of food, don’t worry, we are serving a nacho bar after sundown when the dancing begins! Dress for the weather, we are outside under a tent awash with crimson & gold and memorabilia to stir memories and conversations from your high school days.
  • All Class Reunion Registration


Saturday, August 5

Saturday activities begin  early with the Falcon 5k to work up an appetite for  the “Flipping Flapjack Guy”, Chris Cakes, who will test your pancake catching skill! Come hungry and bring the family for both the Falcon 5k and pancake breakfast! Register for the 5k online. All race registrants will receive a ticket for the Pancake Breakfast! Not a runner/walker, just come for breakfast and to enjoy the campus!

Falcon 5k Race: 8:30 a.m.

  • $25 Adult Registration Fee includes fitness shirt AND a pancake breakfast ticket!
  • Special student rate (18 years and younger) of $15!
  • 7:00-8:15 a.m. Race day registration and packet pick-up
  • Flat course, strollers welcome
  • Awards for age group winners
  • Online registration deadline to guarantee a shirt is: July 28
  • Falcon 5K Registration

The “Flipping Flapjack Guy”, Chris Cakes Pancake Breakfast: 9:00-11:30 a.m.

  • $8 adults/$5 children 6-12/FREE for children 5 and under
  • All-you-can-eat!
  • Pancakes, sausage links, orange drink, and coffee
  • Breakfast served at the big tent!
  • Purchase tickets online or day-of event
  • Pancake Breakfast Registration

Golf Outing to Honor Fr. John Civille, 1:00 p.m. Shot gun start

  • Gather some friends and take a “swing” at the golf outing held at Wildwood Golf Club in Middletown. Afternoon start will let you participate in our campus activities held earlier.
  • $115 Player Fee
  • 1:00 p.m. shotgun start
  • Win a car! Hole-n-One contest sponsored by Borcherding Buick, GMC
  • Steak dinner to follow
  • Swag bag and prizes!
  • Must be 21 or golf with your parent
  • Wildwood Golf Club, 601 Aberdeen Drive, Middletown, 45042
  • Online registration by 7/28
  • Golf Outing Registration
  • Hole Sponsorship Registration  

Comedy Night: 8:30pm

  • Laugh loud and laugh a lot at Comedy Night hosted by Jeff Jena’70! He has invited Rick Klein and Tim McClendon to join him on stage they bring hiatus to the cafetorium!
  • $20 ticket (cheapest night of laughs you can find!)
  • 7:30-8:30 p.m. Social hour with snack and cash bar (beer/wine)
  • 8:30 p.m. SHOWTIME!
  • Must be 21, I.D. required
  • Purchase online tickets by 7/28
  • Comedy Night Registration  

Sunday, August 6

 We will open our hearts and minds to celebrate our faith as one. Mass will be held in our most beautiful chapel followed by the annual Golden Falcon Brunch honoring all our alumni celebrating 50+ graduation anniversaries. The Golden Falcon Brunch gathers our senior alumni and their  spouse/guest for brunch and to honor the newest inductees, the class of 1967 who will be presented with their Golden Falcon pin. This pin allows  FREE admittance to all regular season, home venue athletic events and performing arts presentations.

  • Fr. David Endres, Celebrant. (former Fenwick chaplain)
  • 10:30 a.m. Community Mass in the chapel at Fenwick
  • 11:15 a.m. Golden Falcon Brunch, media center at Fenwick
  • Online registration for the brunch and reserved seating for mass
  • Mass Registration
  • Golden Falcon Brunch Registration

Kyle Babcock Alumni Soccer Game, 4pm-5:30 pm

  • Calling all male soccer players! Join Coach Lueking's '99 Falcon team for an afternoon of  camaraderie and competitive soccer!  Dig out your cleats, throw on a WHITE shirt for the game return to Falcon country. Warm-ups begin around 3:30 pm (or earlier if you need) Alumni will play two 45 minute games; JV at 4:00 pm, Varsity at 4:45 pm.
  • Following the game, gather under the 1-FENWICK tent for pizza, snacks, beverages and a nice gift for you to take home!
  • Babcock Soccer Game Registration

Please register for the events and purchase your t-shirt by visiting: 


Hotel Accommodations:

Special 1-FENWICK rate at the Drury Inn, (1 mile west of BFHS) or 1-800-325-0720, Group #: 2308376

Drury Inn & Suites, 3320 Village Drive, Middletown, OH 45005

$109.99, 2-queen; $99.99, 1-king

Hot Breakfast/ Free parking/ Free Wi-Fi

5:30-7:00 p.m. “kick-back” includes complimentary cocktails and appetizers

Reserve by 7/15/17

Help Us Reach You!

Updates and registration information will be added to the website.  Be sure we have your current mailing address and email! Update your info here:  Alumni Update

Questions: Contact the Development Team at 513-727-1500 or email us directly

Mike Raiff,

Robin Blank,

July 18th, 2017
Fall Sports Cookout August 6th! Fall Sports Cookout August 6th!

The Bishop Fenwick Athletic Department, in collaboration with the Development Department, invites you to the first ever Fall Sports Cookout on Sunday, August 6, 1-3pm! The meeting portion of the event is mandatory (OHSAA rule) for all parents of fall athletes so we are making this a fun, social, and community event! Athletic Director Michael Coleman will begin the meeting at 1:00pm at the Krusling Football Stadium to talk about the fall season, introduce coaches, acknowledge teams and also announce the NEW Athletic Program Theme for all our Falcons!  Principal Blane Collison and Director of Development, Mike Raiff will also offer a brief message.

Following the meeting we will all move to the 1-FENIWCK tent for pizza, hot dogs, snacks, drinks and socializing. This is a great opportunity for our community to confer in an energetic and casual atmosphere.

 While on campus for the Fall Sports Cookout, we invite and encourage you to participate in other activities going on throughout the day:

    • Buick “Drive for Your Students” Fundraiser, 9:00am-5:00pm.  If we reach 500 test drives on Sunday, we will earn $10,000 for Athletics! You need only spend just 5 minutes for a test drive.
    • Community Mass in the Chapel at 10:30am with Fr. David Endres (former Fenwick Chaplain).
    • Kyle Babcock Alumni Soccer Game, 4:00-5:30pm. Enjoy a lively and competitive soccer game between our current soccer players and alumni players as we remember and celebrate the life of Kyle Babcock '04 and all our Fallen Falcons.

 For more information and to sign up for the “Buick Drive for Your Students Fundraiser”, please visit: For more information about 1-Fenwick weekend and how you can join the fun, please visit:

July 14th, 2017
Principal Collison's First Day! Principal Collison's First Day!

While students are enjoying their summer vacation, Bishop Fenwick’s new Principal, Mr. Blane Collison has been preparing to take up his new duties as Principal/CEO. Above he is enjoying his new office Monday, which he quickly made his own to show his vibrant personality.

“Fenwick has a proud tradition of forming students in faith, knowledge and service,” states Principal Collison, “I look forward to continuing to build on the rich history of the school's success, and working with faculty and staff to strengthen every aspect of a Fenwick education for the benefit of every student.”

 Mr. Collison has 23 years of experience in Catholic education. Most recently, he was Principal of Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati for 14 years. Cincinnati Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr appointed him Principal/CEO of Bishop Fenwick in April upon the recommendation of the Board.

At the recent 65th Annual Fenwick Festival, Collison was introduced to the community and had the opportunity to network with his new Fenwick family. Collison’s dynamic leadership will be a breath of fresh air for our community that has been in limbo since the resignation of our previous Principal.

“This will be my fourteenth year at Fenwick High School.  The school and community are in good shape, with great momentum moving forward,” Bishop Fenwick Assistant Principal, Jason Umberg says, “In the short time I have gotten to know Blane, I look forward to working at his side as we continue to make Bishop Fenwick High School the pinnacle of student growth--Spiritual and Academic.”

We are gearing up for positive changes and opportunities to establish our everyday mission of Catholic education with the help of Mr. Collison. While he has a lot on his plate at the start, the Fenwick community and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are confident in Collison’s ability to steer the school to further success! If you see Mr. Collison around, please introduce yourself and welcome him to his new Fenwick family!

July 11th, 2017
Festival Participants: THANK YOU! Festival Participants: THANK YOU!

Festival Participants: THANK YOU!

The entire Bishop Fenwick Festival Committee was overwhelmed by the outpour of care and generosity that made the 2017 festival one of the most energetic and well attended festivals in 65 years!

While a lack of volunteers was a worry at the beginning of the weekend with only 50% of the volunteer spots accounted for, our giving community stepped up and made it happen in huge ways! Many families worked double shifts, back to back, invited friends and family to come help out, and reached out to their communities to result in the highest number of volunteers from outside our Fenwick community of any festival before. Our volunteers were the heart of this festival and their support made it all happen.

The festival was also packed with all of our great attendees who provided fun and profit to benefit our school. The Basket Booth sold a record breaking 27,675 tickets and the kids games accumulated 10,242 total tickets in just two days! The NEW $10,000 or FREE TUITION Grand Raffle, won by Kathy Rosenberg and her “10 Watts Trivia” Team, raised $12,000 from the efforts of our thousands of sellers in total.

The donations for the Basket Booth, the Grand Raffle, food, entertainment and everything else that the festival involves also reflect this capacity. The committee ought to also recognize all of our fantastic entertainment of the weekend including the 33 People, DanceKids Dance Studio, Center Stage Academy of Performing Arts, We Thee Ubiquitous, The BACKdoor Band and all of the contestants in the first Fenwick Festival Car Cruise-In.

Despite the disadvantages of the weather on Friday, the 65th year of the festival was a huge success… because of you! All of you saw our need and came out with compassion, integrity, faith and likeness in service; the perfect definition of our Fenwick family.

Thank you to everyone who was a part of the festival. Our mission was made possible by your passion for Bishop Fenwick.

God Bless & Go Falcons!

The 65th Annual Fenwick Festival Committee

Festival Chair, Carl Longworth

Festival Co-Chair, Brenda Stier




*A special thanks to Ohio Eagle, Hot Head Burrito, Rapid Fire Pizza, G&J Pepsi and Home City Ice for their considerable gifts to the festival.

July 7th, 2017
Bishop Fenwick Participates in Partners In Mission Conference! Bishop Fenwick Participates in Partners In Mission Conference!

Last week three of our staff members proudly represented Bishop Fenwick at the Partners in Mission Conference in Boston. Director of Communications & Marketing, Natalie Hansman, Robin Blank, Assistant Director of Development, and Andrea Wyatt, Development Specialist, attended the week-long conference that focused on developing excellence in Catholic school advancement and leadership. The women gained insight into new comprehensive and effective solutions to address challenges unique to Catholic education.


“This conference is an opportunity for Catholic School Advancement and Enrollment professionals to learn, engage, and network among colleagues. Even better, the 20+ presenters were available for individual meetings during the conference and for post conference consultations”, says Robin Blank, Assistant Director of Development and three year alumni of the conference. She also remarked, “Bishop Fenwick made a significant investment for Natalie, Andrea, and I to attend which demonstrates the commitment of the school toward professional development.  We are anxious to share what we have learned and implement new programs for improved outcomes.”


The ladies returned with specialized training of best practices in subjects that included branding, general and target marketing, enrollment management, recruitment, retention, advancement operations, annual fund and capital campaigns, major gifts, communications, stewardship and volunteer management. Partners in Mission educated them with proven strategies and practices to advance Fenwick’s mission of growth and excellence.


“It was one of the most rewarding experiences of my career.  As a newcomer to education, the conference was of critical assistance to help me be successful at Bishop Fenwick. I acquired strategies and processes to prepare our community for positive change and growth”, stated Director of Communications & Marketing, Natalie Hansman.  Hansman continued by saying, “I am returning from the conference with a better understanding of how all aspects of our organization can interface cohesively with one another to make our school and community stronger. I am especially excited to have Principal Collison on board, who brings dynamic leadership to Fenwick.”


Along with dozens of rewarding sessions through the day, the conference gave them opportunities to explore Boston. The ladies joined conference members to network at events like a river cruise, a Red Sox game and an historic trolley ride and tour.


For more information about Partners in Mission and details of the conference please visit: 

July 5th, 2017
65th Annual Fenwick Festival: The Best Yet! 65th Annual Fenwick Festival: The Best Yet!

65th Annual Fenwick Festival: The Best Yet!

Last weekend marked the 65th Anniversary of our Fenwick Festival and despite the weather challenges on Friday, it was the Festival best yet! The winner of the $10,000 or FREE TUITION Grand Raffle was Kathy Rosenberg and the winner of the Future Falcon Booths $150 Amazon Gift Card was Blake Temming from St. Francis de Sales! Incoming Principal, Mr. Blane Collison, was introduced at the festival and picked the winning Grand Raffle ticket!

The Rosenberg Family and 5 other Bishop Fenwick couples won money at the Parents Club Trivia Night last month under the name “The 10 Watts”, so decided to put it all towards the Grand Raffle… and won!!

The Basket Booth sold a record breaking 27,675 tickets and the kid’s tickets accumulated 10,242 total in just two days! Check out the top five popular baskets and our photo gallery below:


5:00  Bar & Liquor

2,365 tickets


1,793 tickets

Grill & Gift Card

1,619 tickets

Red Cooler

1,565 tickets

Apple Watch

1,417 tickets


65th Annual Fenwick Festival Photo Gallery! 

Bishop Fenwick and the Festival Volunteer Committee would also like to thank all of our amazing volunteers that made the festival possible this year. At the start of the festival, only 50% of the volunteer spots were accounted for, especially the Saturday night shifts, but as shifts started, our giving community stepped up and made it happen. Some families worked double shifts, back to back to satisfy the desperate need. This year we had more volunteers than ever that came from outside our Fenwick community and helped to better the cause and make the weekend one of the best yet in 65 years!


July 1st, 2017
Opportunites Still Available at Our Falcons Summer Camps! Opportunites Still Available at Our Falcons Summer Camps!

Falcons Summer Camps still have camps to attend next week and the following week that include girls and boys soccer and football (with new Interim Football Coach, John Aregood)! Please check out the below times and register your child at High School Placement Test Prep Classes are also available for those student interested!

July 10-13


Boys (7-8)


6:00p - 8:00p




Girls (2-8)


9:00a - 12:00p


 July 15


Boys (3-8)


9:00a - 2:00p


Oct 7


All- 8

High School Placement Test Prep Class



Oct 28



High School Placement Test Prep Class



June 26th, 2017
Falcon Faith: Four Fenwick Students Attended Abide Conference! Falcon Faith: Four Fenwick Students Attended Abide Conference!

There were four Fenwick students who attended the Abide Conference at the College of Mount St. Joseph on June 14th through the 18th. This is a discipleship conference put on by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati to form and commission high school youth to root their lives in Christ through His Church, and to share this Christian joy with others as missionary disciples.

Abide is unique! A typical teen conference lasts three days (at most). Abide was five days. Teens are not only taught about who Jesus is, they live a daily personal encounter with Him. This was accomplished through daily mass, frequent opportunities for confession, adoration, worship and authentic Christian community. It did not stop there… Teens were guided and challenged to experience intentional discipleship, both personally and within Christian community through dynamic workshops and presentations.

Abide’s pinnacle experience presented a unique opportunity: to go into the world as a missionary disciple. They did this by going to downtown Cincinnati to meet neighbors and share the abundance of love and joy that results from a life rooted in discipleship. Abide attendees experienced what it means to live a life so infused with Christian joy, that it leaves no other option but to be a gift for others.

The conference included Mass with Archbishop Schnurr. To learn more about the conference please visit:

The Fenwick students at the conference were (as pictured):

Nate Louder, Class of 2020 (St. Max)

Natalie Conner, Class of 2020 (St. Max)

Lauren Falk, Class of 2019 (St. Susanna)

Anna Falk, Class of 2019 (St. Susanna)


June 22nd, 2017
Boys Soccer Team Participated in FC Cincy Halftime Shootout! Boys Soccer Team Participated in FC Cincy Halftime Shootout!

Six of the Fenwick Boys Soccer team members were selected to participate in a Penalty Shot Shootout with Anderson High School at the halftime of the FC Cincinnati soccer game Saturday, June 17.  They were on the field in front of 21, 074 people and did a fantastic job representing not only the Fenwick soccer program but Bishop Fenwick Family!  Goalkeeper Junior Will Eiken stopped 3 of 5 shots on goal.

Group shot: Left to Right: Coach Dan Lueking, Yao Amoateng , John King, Pete Schuh, Benton Hellmann, Will Eiken, Alex Kurtz.

June 20th, 2017
Falcons Men's Soccer Team Team Will Participate in the FC Cincinnati Game This Weekend! Falcons Men's Soccer Team Team Will Participate in the FC Cincinnati Game This Weekend!

Falcons Boys Soccer Team have been invited to take part in FC Cincinnati’s halftime penalty shootout this Saturday, June 17th! Come out and join the team and show your Falcon support!

Purchase FC Cincinnati Tickets

June 16th, 2017
Falcons Basketball Team Victorious at Capital University Camp! Falcons Basketball Team Victorious at Capital University Camp!

This past weekend, our Bishop Fenwick Varsity and Junior Varsity Basketball teams participated in the Capital University Basketball Camp in Columbus, Ohio. Both teams remained undefeated the entire weekend over teams from all across the state and won their division’s tournament championship!

The Capital Basketball Camp is designed to give full attention to each camper. The camp philosophy assures that the fundamentals of basketball are taught and each camper receives the individual instruction necessary to become a better player. The camp staff consists of top college and high school coaches from Ohio, as well as current Capital University players and the entire Capital basketball staff. The Capital Basketball Camp presents each young man opportunities to grow as a player and as a person in an enjoyable and friendly atmosphere and provides fellowship with others who want to learn more about basketball. Each camper competes and learns with others of the same age and abilities. The reputation of the Capital Basketball Camp is founded on a commitment to make it a rewarding experience for each young man.

This photo is from the victorious Varsity Falcons! From Left to Right:  Joe Lindgren, Will Eiken, Thomas Vogelsang, CJ Napier, John Engelmeier, David Luers, Caleb Davis, Zach Lorei, Nick Braun, Jonathan Hoerlein.  Front Row: Jared Morris

Bishop Fenwick is blessed to have coaches, like Coach Kreke and his staff, who encourage and develop our student’s talents, off and on the court! Go Falcons!

June 14th, 2017
2017 CHWC Mission Trip! 2017 CHWC Mission Trip!

Several students and faculty members spent the last week at the Catholic HEART Work Camp Mission Trip in Toledo to cultivate things in life that will have a lasting purpose. The trip encourages the choice to join and love our neighbors to make us all grounded in the mission of Christ. Please check out all their hard work in the photo gallery below! They return tomorrow, so please pray for their safe travels.

CHWC Mission Trip Photo Gallery

June 9th, 2017
Falcon Summer Camps In Full Swing at BFHS! Falcon Summer Camps In Full Swing at BFHS!

Boys Basketball and Archeology Camps are in full swing here at the BFHS! Tomorrow, the Archeology Camp starts digging! There are a lot more camps available through the rest of the summer, check them out and sign up online today: 

Falcon Summer Camp Photos 2017

(More photos will be uploaded as the camps continue through the summer)

June 7th, 2017
Bishop Fenwick Theiss Family Memorial Fund Closed, But Donations Can Be Made To the Guardian Angel Fund in Noahs Name! Bishop Fenwick Theiss Family Memorial Fund Closed, But Donations Can Be Made To the Guardian Angel Fund in Noahs Name!

Bishop Fenwick Theiss Family Memorial Fund Closed, But Donations Can Still Be Made!

The Bishop Fenwick Community did it again! We have successfully reached our funding goal for the Theiss Family Memorial Fund. The GoFundMe has now reached $12,050. This is $2,050 over the $10,000 funeral costs funding goal which will go toward assisting the family with other expenses. Bishop Fenwick along with the St. Henry community has ended the GoFundMe campaign. Although the GoFundMe has closed, if you would like to donate to the Guardian Angels Fund in honor of Noah, please contact the Bishop Fenwick Development Office at 513-727-1500. 

Thank you all for your incredible giving! We will publish more information on the fund and how it will help the family soon.

June 4th, 2017
Bishop Fenwick's Theiss Family Memorial Fund Bishop Fenwick's Theiss Family Memorial Fund

As a Christian community, the Gospel calls us to care for those who are mourning and to support one another in the midst of trials. As you know, we recently lost a beloved member of our Fenwick Family, Noah Theiss. We have become aware that the Theiss family, on top of losing Noah, are at this time struggling to cover his funeral costs. Our Falcon Talons also call us to action in such circumstances, especially Compassion and Service. Please consider supporting the Theiss family at this difficult time.

If you feel called to help ease the suffering of the Theiss family, please visit the gofundme link provided below. The monetary goal of $10,000 will cover all funeral costs. Any donations beyond that will go to assisting the family with other expenses. Their only family vehicle was involved in the accident. If anyone has a car they would like to donate, they may contact the Development Office at 513-727-1500.

 Please continue to keep the Theiss family and all those affected by the loss of Noah in your prayers. 

June 2nd, 2017
#TBT Class of 2017 Graduation Week! #TBT Class of 2017 Graduation Week!

Senior College Selection List #TBT to Bishop Fenwick Class of 2017 graduation week!

The Class of 2017 consisted of 133 graduates who will be attending 50 different universities and earned over $12.68 million in scholarships. Through their Senior Gift Campaign, they gained the greatest amount of donations of any Bishop Fenwick Senior Class, producing $25,008.36* for their alma mater. Congratulations to the impressive Class of 2017! Check out our photo galleries from graduation week and the senior college selection list.

Senior College Selection List

Baccalaureate Mass

Senior Awards Banquet

Graduation Ceremony

*There were gifts received after the formal announcement on May 4, 2017.

June 1st, 2017
Ceremony Information for Fallen Falcon, Noah Theiss Ceremony Information for Fallen Falcon, Noah Theiss

Friday, May 26th, Bishop Fenwick High School received sad news that we lost one of our beloved students from the class of 2018, Noah Theiss. We will always have the Theiss family in our hearts and prayers. The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 8:00pm, Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Tobias Funeral Homes-Far Hills Chapel (5471 Far Hills Ave. at Rahn Rd. Dayton, Ohio 45429). Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 am on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at St. Henry Catholic Church (6666 Springboro Pike, Miamisburg, Ohio 45449). In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Bishop Fenwick Guardian Angel Fund, which helps high school students requiring tuition assistance. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace.

Theiss Obituary

May 29th, 2017
USA Ultimate Disc Event Memorial Day Weekend! USA Ultimate Disc Event Memorial Day Weekend!

Reminder to all of our community that Bishop Fenwick is hosting the USA Ultimate Disc College Championship this weekend. Please come out and see out campus alive while ESPN broadcasts the event all weekend!

Game Times:


day May 28, 2017


Women’s Semi-Final #1


Women’s Semi-Final #2


Men’s Semi-Final #1


Men’s Semi-Final #2



nday May 29, 2017


Women’s Championship


Men’s Championship

May 26th, 2017
#TBT to Vegas Nights Prom 2017 #TBT to Vegas Nights Prom 2017

#TBT to Vegas Nights Prom 2017

Prom was May 6th and it was a BLAST! Students never stopped dancing and there were nothing but smiles and laughter in the crowd. After Prom was a huge success too, bringing all the students together to play games, take part in activities and continued the fun in a safe and friendly environment.  Thank you to all the parent and faculty/staff volunteers that made the night happen so smoothly! Check out our great photos by visiting our Prom Photos Gallery or go to our Bishop Fenwick Facebook Page to see more!   

Senior Prom Court:

Miles Jenna (King)

Jamey Colts

Patrick Mullin

Nick Puglielli

Holly Smith (Queen)

Kylie Folk

Bailey Ricke

Elizabeth Lally

Payton Quintilian

Junior Prom Court:

Fin Connors (Prince)

Nathan Kerr

Alex Kurtz

John Gillen

Julia Bissell (Princess)

Anna Beebe

Alli Schaeper


May 25th, 2017
Class of 2017 Valedictorian & Salutatorian! Class of 2017 Valedictorian & Salutatorian!

Introducing the Class of 2017's Valedictorian and Salutatarian!

Brittaney Fu, Bishop Fenwick Valedictorian, is looking forward to majoring in Biology at The Ohio State University. While Brittaney is unsure of her final career plans, she is passionate about science and will focus her academic studies there. Brittaney is graduating from Bishop Fenwick with a 4.38 GPA and the Gold ProMerito Award for Academic Excellence. She is also a part of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra and volunteers at Atrium Medical Center.   Brittaney's proud parents are Mike and Geraldine Fu.

Bishop Fenwick’s Salutatorian, Iris Puthoff, earned a 4.38 GPA. She will be attending Miami University Oxford with a focus on Dietetics and will decide later her exact career path. Iris recently was awarded the Notre Dame Book Award at Bishop Fenwick, swam competitively on the Falcon swim team and is a member of Holy Family Middletown Parish. Joe and Jennifer Puthoff are her proud parents.

May 24th, 2017
Three Students Accepted to Attend the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar Three Students Accepted to Attend the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar

Bishop Fenwick is proud to announce that three of our Juniors have been accepted to attend the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar!

 Joe Colley

John Gillen

Julia LeFevers

 The United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar is a fast-paced, six-day experience for high achievers who have completed their junior year in high school. Summer Seminar teaches students about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's leaders.

The three students were chosen on a base of several different factors including, superior high school academic performance, demonstrated leadership and achievement in athletics and extracurricular activities, being physically and mentally healthy and displaying a positive, self-disciplined attitude. Joe Colley was also accepted to the Boys State Leadership Program and US Air Force Academy Summer Seminar. John Gillen will be attending the Boys State Leadership Program, representing Bishop Fenwick.

May 22nd, 2017
Bishop Fenwick Students Get Unique Glance at AKSteel Innovation Center Bishop Fenwick Students Get Unique Glance at AKSteel Innovation Center

Bishop Fenwick Chemistry students had the unique opportunity and pleasure to tour, do activities and engage with researchers at the new AK Steel Innovation Center.  Very few groups have gone through this new center other than congressmen, trustees and other high profile individuals.   Students learned about steel making and the chemistry behind it. Another group of chemistry students attended the Chemistry Education & Career Day at Miami University at Middletown.  Several students participated in labs, listened to presentations and met many people in chemistry careers in industry. Very impressive!

May 19th, 2017
Junior Luke Komarek Achieved Superior Rating at National Science Day! Junior Luke Komarek Achieved Superior Rating at National Science Day!

Bishop Fenwick is proud of Junior, Luke Komarek, who achieved a Superior rating at State Science Day at The Ohio State University this past Saturday, May 13th. We are very excited for him and what is to come for him. Great job Luke, keep up the great work!

National Science Day Detials & Information

May 18th, 2017
Bishop Fenwick Underclassmen Awards 2017 Bishop Fenwick Underclassmen Awards 2017

Today we awarded many fine underclassmen students and faculty/staff with academic and historical awards given through the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

Underclassmen Awards & Recognition 2017

May 17th, 2017
USA Ultimate Disc College Championship Hosted at Fenwick Memorial Day Weekend!! USA Ultimate Disc College Championship Hosted at Fenwick Memorial Day Weekend!!

Did you hear?! We will have over 1800 student athletes from over 700 schools competing in the USA Ultimate Disc College Championship on Campus on Sunday, May 28 and Monday, May 29. ESPN and several local news stations will be on the grounds recording it all! We encourage everyone to come check out the campus full of life during our sports off-season!

USA Ultimate Disc College Championship Information 

May 15th, 2017
Fenwick Men's Volleyball Do Good! Fenwick Men's Volleyball Do Good!

This past weekend Bishop Fenwick Men's Volleyball went to Columbus to join 24 other High Schools in the Spike for Tykes tournament benefitting Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Here are the boys with their Tyke, Mason. The volleyball team will celebrate their Senior night tonight! Go Falcons! 

May 12th, 2017