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  • Athletic Hall of Fame

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    Athletic Hall of Fame

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer Champs

    Congratulations to our varsity boys soccer team! On Saturday November 7, they captured the Division 2 state title!

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  • Pope Website

    Mount students and chaperones traveled to Washington, DC to see Pope Francis during his visit to the United States. From the west front lawn of the Capitol, they were able to see Pope Francis address Congress. Thank you to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse for the tickets and for this incredible opportunity!

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  • Holiday Face-Off

    On December 26th, 27th, and 28th, Mount Saint Charles Academy hosted the 2014 Holiday Face-Off Hockey Tournament in Mount’s Adelard Arena. Co-Directing the tournament were two current Mount dads who are also members of the Class of 1981, Larry O’Donnell and former NHL player, Paul Guay.High schools throughout the northeast competed: Bishop Guertin (NH); Bishop Hendricken (RI); Fairfield Prep (CT); Franklin HS (MA); LaSalle Academy (RI); LaSalle College HS (PA); Mount Saint Charles Academy (RI);  and St. Joseph Collegiate Institute (NY).  Mount won the tournament!  Thank you to Mr. D'Abrosca for the pictures!
     
     

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  • 2014 Dr. David King News Coverage

    On Friday, March 14th, Mount Saint Charles Academy welcomed back, Dr. David King from the Class of 1991. A Boston Marathon runner and first responder trauma surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr. King came back to speak to the entire MSC student body about the bombing. However, his greater purpose was to discuss how they can inspire those around them to achieve, excel, and create an environment and attitude with which they can inspire and be inspired. Dr. King currently resides in Cambridge, MA with his wife and two daughters.  Click here to see pictures from the asembly. 

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