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As a 2015 National Merit Semifinalist, Jack became a finalist for the award based upon his excellent academic performance. In a letter to Principal Elliot, the president of the National Merit Scholarship Award noted that these awards "recognize some of our nation's most academically talented students." Jack will attend the University of Notre Dame in the fall.

NHSPE is pleased to announce that Mrs. Suzy Seagroves of Bishop Brady High school, an extremely deserving individual was awarded by the NH Joint Committee of Engineering Societies with the S.T.E.M. Excellence in Teaching Award at the High School level. The Joint Committee was comprised of NHSPE, ASCE-NH, SENH, ITE-NH, IEEE-NH, ACEC-NH, SWE-NH, as well as the University of New Hampshire's College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, the NH Teachers of Mathematics and the NH Science Teachers Association.

The 2015 Joint Committee of Engineering Societies Chair, Mr. Matthew J. Low, presented Mrs. Suzy Seagroves her award along with a $250.00 stipend in front of her colleagues and the entire Bishop Brady student body.

On Earth Day, Bishop Brady Senior Warren Bartlett dressed in 500 plastic bags to bring awareness to the importance of reducing the usage of plastic. It is estimated that more than 500 billion plastic bags are used world-wide each year. According to's article, 22 Facts About Plastic Pollution, it takes 500 to 1000 years for plastic to degrade. Plastic is also a large contributor to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch; twice the size of Texas, it is the largest floating ocean garbage site in the world. (For more plastic pollution facts, go to )

Bishop Brady students and faculty pose for a group photo on it's 2nd Annual Community Service Day. On Friday, April 10, Bishop Brady students and faculty provided 900 community service hours to more than 20 local non-profit organizations. This day of service is in addition to the 8600 community service hours performed by Bishop Brady students each year. A special thank you to our sponsors, Constantly Pizza, Patsy's Leasing, Vermette Orthodontics, BittWare and Kentek.

Brady Senior Brooke Solomon's 4-Way speech on the importance of words, books, and libraries took first place in Concord Rotary's Annual 4-Way Speech Contest on Wednesday, March 25th, in front of an audience composed of Rotarians, parents, teenagers, and teachers. Twelve high school students from Concord High School, Bishop Brady, and local home school programs participated. Brooke, who will attend Boston's Emerson College in the fall, will present her speech to the entire Concord Rotary Club at their weekly noontime meeting on March 31st. On April 19th she will represent the Concord Rotary Club in Rotary District 7870 semi-finals in Henniker. Four finalists will then compete in May at the Rotary District Conference in Portland, Maine.

Upcoming Events

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Saturday, March 21

Second Annual Spring Jam!

Pictured: Alumni band Pat & the Hats

6:00pm, tickets $5 each

Please join us for our second annual Spring Jam concert featuring alumni bands Pat & the Hats, Jasmine, and Back 2 Back, and faculty talent October Sons and Erik Gustafson. Proceeds will benefit the Bishop Brady Fine Arts Department. Click here to purchase tickets (also available at the door).

Friday, April 10

Second Annual Day of Service
More details to follow

Suzy's Corner

Currently a beloved science teacher at Brady, Suzy was was born in Buffalo, New York and attended the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. She worked in the foundry industry for 11 years, taught as an adjunct at NHTI for six years, and has been happily teaching at Bishop Brady for the past 17 years. Suzy enjoys knitting and making her advisees slice-and-bake cookies. She loves cats, especially her himalayan Wrigley and Hello Kitty.

Sycamore Gardens Project

We are starting a project to grow seedlings for the Sycamore Community Gardens. The Gardens give refugees and low-income families in the Concord area the opportunity to grow their own food. For more information, click here. If you have ideas about growing seedlings or would like to help, please contact me at

Brady Habitat for Humanity Service Trip

Forty-nine students and nine chaperones traveled to Almost Heaven Habitat in Franklin, West Virginia during February break. This was Brady's third year in West Virginia and our fifth Habitat trip overall. Thank you for all of your support in helping make this
trip possible. Watch our video featuring our past trips, It's Almost Heaven:

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