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Pink Out volleyball tradition continues for Bishop Kenny, Bolles

Pink Out volleyball tradition continues for Bishop Kenny, Bolles

The 12-year Bishop Kenny-Bolles tradition to raise awareness for the fight against breast cancer continued as volleyball teams from both schools squared off Oct. 8 to provide support for the Donna Foundation. Donna Deegan, a Bishop Kenny graduate, delivered an inspiring speech to a packed gymnasium during half-time of the Pink Out event. Over $5,000 […]

Bolles honors Corky Rogers

Bolles honors Corky Rogers

Thanks to longtime Bolles football supporter A. Chester Skinner, Jr. and his family, the accomplishments of Charles “Corky” Rogers, the Bulldog’s former head football coach, will live on in perpetuity.  Skinner, a member of Bolles class of 1940, sponsored the construction of a new plaza honoring Rogers’ storied career. The plaza, which is located at […]

The Way We Were: Michael Trower Carlucci

The Way We Were: Michael Trower Carlucci

The San Marco area was a completely different world 60 years ago, filled with the imaginings of an atomic age side-by-side with hand-mixed cherry cokes, gender-divided dances, and freedom from parental oversight.  The Bolles School was still a military school, Jacksonville International Airport was called Imeson, and kindergarteners still pedaled around on Schwinn bicycles unaccompanied, […]

Outward Bound teaches lifelong lessons for two young women

Outward Bound teaches lifelong lessons for two young women

What do smart young women do when their female elders challenge them to take on the experience of a lifetime? In Marley Barton’s and Olivia Farah’s cases, they accept the challenge and come out of it with confidence, lasting friendships and a lot of memories. Farah, a sophomore at Bishop Kenny High School, was initially […]