About BFC

Bishop Foley Catholic's mission and ministry is to form young minds, get to know and love Christ, while at the same time receiving an excellent academic education. BFC is a warm and welcoming community that offers many opportunities for growth in academic excellence, friendships, teamwork, and faith. In turn, BFC benefits from the many talents and gifts our students bring to the community.

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Join the Foley Family! When you take part in on-campus tours, Venture for a Day experiences, and open houses, you will be able to discover what it means to be part of our extraordinary community and how we can assist you as you venture to become the very best version of yourself.

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Bishop Foley Catholic offers a college preparatory academic program with more than 100 courses and 20 AP and honors classes. In addition to the traditional required high school classes, Foley includes additional course offerings in STEM, performing/visual arts, foreign language, theology, and more.

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Student Life

Ventures at Bishop Foley Catholic can explore a diverse mix of clubs and extracurricular activities that appeal to a variety of interests. Students can participate in clubs that explore music, performing arts, visual arts, community service, faith, science, technology, and much more.

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Bishop Foley Catholic’s mission and ministry is to form young minds, get to know and love Christ, while at the same time receiving an excellent academic education. BFC is a warm and welcoming community that offers many opportunities for growth in academic excellence, friendships, teamwork, and faith.

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Bishop Foley Catholic High school strives to be a Christ-centered school that encourages students and staff to live as missionary disciples. We accomplish this mission by rooting our day in countless opportunities to pray, serve and learn.

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Foley alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of our beloved school understand the value of a Bishop Foley Catholic education. We are ever grateful to those who support our Mission, which is to provide a Christ-centered environment that emphasizes academic excellence to develop the whole person in mind, body and spirit.

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Wednesday, January 24, 2024

January 24, 2024 / 5 mins read

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

The BFC Snowball Dance will be on Saturday, February 10th from 8pm-11pm. The theme this year is Winter Wonderland. As you are shopping for your formal attire, please be sure you are adhering to the BFC Dance and Special Event Dress Code. You received this in an email back in September and will receive another email soon. Posters are also displayed around school. If you show up to the dance dressed inappropriately, you will be asked to fix it or will be denied entry to the dance with no refund. If you are planning on bringing a guest, guest forms are now available in the main office.

Since 1974, National Catholic Schools Week has been an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. We will honor parents, God, students, staff and Foley through the week and have special activities planned. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation.

Next week, students can participate in Spirit Day Themes throughout the week where each grade level will have a chance to earn Spirit Points.

Monday is Monochromatic Monday where students are to dress head to toe in a singular color.

Next is Tye Dye Tuesday - wear your favorite tye-dye shirt and/or pants.

Wednesday is College Day - represent your favorite school T-shirt or sweatshirt

Thursday is Wacky Tacky Day - students dress in their wackiest attire such as mismatched shoes, obnoxious prints and bright clothing.

Friday is Twin Day - students will pair off with a friend and dress alike. Each twin group will need to take a picture before first hour and show their 2nd Hour teacher to receive Spirit Points. If you do not have a picture, points will not count towards your class.

Along with Spirit Day Themes, students are encouraged to celebrate their Catholic faith and emphasize the spirit of service by participating in the NHS Charity Drive. The grade that collects the most items will not only win Spirit Points, but the whole grade will receive a donut party.

Items will only be collected before school Monday - Friday, and the Items to be collected are:

Freshmen - Scarves

Sophomores - Hats

Juniors - Gloves/Mittens

Seniors - Socks

Caring for yourself and for others is important. Spending a little time each day doing something that you enjoy will help you stay away from burnout and clear up stress. Prioritize a healthy sleep schedule, get regular exercise, look for how to help others and be sure to take breaks in your routine to help balance your day.

Sports Announcements Wednesday, January 24, 2024

Congratulations to Julia Serra and Lyla McBride for placing 2nd at last Friday's High School Figure Skating Competition. A team is currently in 2nd place and B team is in third. The third competition of the season will be on Wednesday, February 7th at the John Lindell Ice Arena.

Good luck to the Wrestling team who hosts Cesar Chavez tonight at home at 6pm.

Good luck to the BFC United hockey team as they play at Farmington United at 7:30pm

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