Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic School · 281 Calle Angel Flores, Sinajana, Guam 96910
Tel: (671) 477-2677 / 1026, 472-6670 · Fax: (671) 477-4028
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Sisters of Mercy
and co-accredited by the
Fully accredited by the
Opportunities for spiritual growth are provided daily and on special days such as the first Friday of each month, Mercy Day, Feasts of the Immaculate Conception and St. Blaise, Ash Wednesday, President’s/Principal’s feast days, Catholic Schools Week, Chamorro Week, May Crowning and Graduation Day.
The ACB team consists of approximately 20 students who are achievers in all areas of learning. They compete against the middle schools of the island in answering questions regarding various topics. One or more of the matches may be aired on KGTF.
This is an accelerated program and a series of competitions combined to produce high level of math achievement in middle school students. There are approximately 20 students from grades 6, 7, and 8.
This program has mathematical competitions that offer students from grades 3 to 5 the opportunity to solve challenging problems. The purpose is to promote interest and excellence in mathematics.
Stu-co officers and representatives are elected to represent the student body, to develop in the student the knowledge of democratic principles and procedures, and to foster character, responsibility and leadership traits.
The “Obispos” participate in a number of interscholastic games including basketball, volleyball, soccer, cross-country, and rugby. BBMCS participates in the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam (IIAAG) and is subject to the guidelines and requirements of the IIAAG.
Student organizations and various extra-curricular activities are regarded as a vital part of the total educational development of the person in the Catholic School system. BBMCS encourages the participation of students in a variety of extra-curricular activities available. However, BBMCS in its discretion, reserves the right to limit or deny participation in such activities.
The “Obispo Chapter” is subject to the rules and regulations of the National Junior Honor Society, a program administered by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
Membership in the NJHS is based upon five qualities: scholarship, leadership, service, character and citizenship. Membership is a privilege, not a right. Academic excellence alone does not guarantee membership in the NJHS.
1. Scholarship – a student must maintain a 90% cumulative average in the core subjects.
2. Leadership/Service – a student must be actively involved in service to the school and community and must demonstrate leadership traits.
3. Character/Citizenship – a student must demonstrate high standards of character and citizenship.
The NJHS faculty council makes the selection of the members based on the above requirements and the overall behavior/conduct of the students in and out of the classroom as noted on the survey of the students’ teachers.
A student referred to the administration for a serious infraction of school regulations and policies may jeopardize his/her selection.
A student who is already a member of the NJHS and has been disciplined for a serious infraction of school rules, regulations and policies may be dismissed. A member is allowed one warning/ probationary period.
The school is not obliged to divulge or share with parents/guardians and students information concerning non-selection of any student to membership of the NJHS.
The yearbook provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in the field of graphic arts by organizing a compilation of photographs, activities and stories of school personnel and students throughout the year.