2015 Moratorium Dates: June 27-July 5, July 25-Aug. 2
We need as much help as we can possibly get for the first ever home Varsity football game, on Fri, Oct. 16, from 5pm (or as close to after game start as possible) to 8pm! We are looking for help supervising parking, added security, concession, etc. Please email Mike Ford, email@example.com, ASAP if you can help.
Wresting Team Call Out Meeting will be Fri, 10/16 during SRT in the Cafe’. Coach King will be here to go over some specific season dates and collect some basic information. If you can’t make the meeting, please stop by room 208 and see coach Breitbach.
BCHS is excited to announce that the school will be hosting its first ever Varsity HOME Football game on Friday, Oct. 16. The game vs Shortridge HS will begin at 7pm. Circumstances aligned to make this possible and, with your help, workable.
Pre-sale tickets ($5) can be purchased from Oct. 12-16, 8AM – 4PM in the Athletic Office and from 11:30AM – 1PM in the Spirit Shoppe (located in the BCHS cafeteria). Tickets sold at the game are $7. Gates open at 6pm.
To maintain a positive relationship with our neighbors, please carpool if possible and park on Bishop Chatard and Christ the King property. Do not park in the neighborhoods. Police officers will be on hand to direct traffic.
We ask all fans to refrain from tailgating in the parking lot before the game. Our Trojan Horse will be offering their outstanding tailgate just inside the stadium in our concession stand area. In addition, the concession stand opens at 6PM.
The first 500 fans who enter the stadium will receive a complimentary BCHS t-shirt commemorating this historic event!
We have 725 seats on the east side of the stadium (the future visitors side) and room for guests to stand along the south end zone fence. The grassy mound on the west side of the track will provide reasonably good views of the game. Arrive early for best seats. You are welcome to bring lawn chairs to use in the grassy area just inside the stadium and to the north of the main entrance.
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!
All 5-8 grade students are invited to join us on the multi-purpose field (the baseball field) during the game. There will be games, prizes and inflatables. The first 300 North Deanery students wearing their school shirt, jersey or uniform will receive a special Bishop Chatard giveaway. We hope to make this a truly enjoyable and memorable event.
AFTER THE GAME
Alumni and friends of BCHS are invited to the Blind Owl after the game. Come enjoy food (Blind Owl will give a discount of 20% off all appetizers to all BCHS fans), fellowship and good cheer.
Vote for the best high school Athletics program in the state! Vote as often as you like! Voting ends Friday.
Athletic Booster Club Memberships are now open. The Booster Club supports BCHS athletes throughout the year with special events, concession stand and Spirit Shoppe operation and more! Funds raised benefit the student-athletes!
Join today! Membership benefits include:
-Season pass(es) for all non-tournament home athletic contests (What a deal!)
-Club level gift and decal
-Recognition in 3 seasonal athletic programs and on the Athletic Booster Club website
-Best of all, your support directly funds all our athletic programs and keeps expenses down
MEMBERSHIP TABLES WILL BE PRESENT AT THE FOLLOWING EVENTS:
-August 14th Football Scrimmage at Bishop Chatard
-August 18th Volleyball game at Bishop Chatard
-August 21st Home game vs. Brebeuf at LN
-August 25th Back to School Night
Sponsorships are also available, either corporate or individual. To be listed in the Fall Sports Program, these must be submitted by Aug. 14.
Four Indianapolis-area Catholic high schools – Bishop Chatard, Brebeuf Jesuit, Guerin Catholic, and Roncalli – are excited to announce the formation of a new athletic conference, the Circle City Conference, to begin competition during the 2016-17 school year.
This conference was formed in an effort to provide many benefits to the communities and students of the four schools:
Moving forward, the goal is that additional schools will seek membership into the Circle City Conference. The conference will be open to Catholic schools, private schools, and public schools and the process for seeking membership will be forthcoming. The teams that comprise the Circle City Conference, whether Catholic, private or public schools, will provide the best competitive balance for our teams and student-athletes, and will share many of the same values around education-based athletics.
The 2015-16 school year will be a year of development for conference structures such as a website, logos, a Sports Information Director, conference tournament opportunities, and scheduling. For the time being, all inquiries and communications can be directed to Greg VanSlambrook, Principal of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School and Circle City Conference President for the 2015-16 school year.
NCAA eligibility rules for Div. I athletes are available online. See their website, 2point3.ncaa.org for details. Other college athletic information can always be found under ‘Everything Else’, College Athletics, on the left.