Bishop Guertin’s First Graduating Class Celebrates 50th Reunion
In 1967, 85 young men, our pioneer class, became the first graduates, formed by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, of Bishop Guertin High School. 50 years later they came back together to celebrate their reunion. Over the course of graduation weekend, a small group traveled from across the world to catch-up, laugh, and reminisce about their years at BG.
BG’s commencement ceremony capped off a whirlwind week for our graduates, starting with the Senior Class trip to Canobie Lake Park, Senior Send-off, Baccalaureate Mass and Dinner, and the infamous Flight Night. Each event has its own special elements that make them uniquely BG.
Mr. Tom Murphy named Teacher of the Year by Nashua Lions Club
Mr. Murphy has been teaching at Bishop Guertin for 28 years. During that time, he has changed the lives and inspired hundreds of students. So it was an easy decision when Vice Principal Dan Gurall was asked to nominate someone for the annual Nashua Lions Club Teacher of the Year award. And it was no surprise when they called to say that Mr. Murphy was this year’s awardee.
Cameron Family's Influence on Lacrosse Profiled in Nashua Telegraph
Brothers Brian Cameron '18 and Sean Cameron '20 each scored a goal in BG's lacrosse state championship win over Pinkerton. That alone is a unique feat. But what made it even more special is that their Dad, Chris Cameron is also their coach. The Nashua Telegraph profiled the Cameron Family on June 14th, dubbing them the "First Family of Lacrosse."
I’m going to be very, very honest with you. When I signed up to go on a mission trip to Camden, New Jersey, all I wanted was an extracurricular to put on my college application. But from the moment I stepped out of the car with two teachers I didn’t know the name of, and five other students I had spoken with maybe once, I knew this trip was different.