A Constitutional Conversation with the Honorable Judge Henry Saad

11-23-2020

A Life’s Commitment to the Constitution & the LawFormer Chief Judge, Michigan Court of Appeals The Honorable Henry Saad P’00 As the world’s longest surviving written charter of government, the United States Constitution serves as a blueprint for democracies worldwide. It has been quoted in the halls of government, studied in the halls of academia, and cited in the courts…

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Loyal Alumnus & Son of Brother Rice Gives Back to His Alma Mater

11-19-2020

“My years at Brother Rice were memorable, impactful, and lasting. I am ever grateful to the Brothers and my teachers for instilling values that became pillars for my life, while also teaching critical thinking skills that became central to my success in college and throughout my career.  I am humbled to be able to give back to a school that has…

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Proud Third Generation Legacy Families looking at Brother Rice

As our prospective students are exploring their options for the 2021-22 academic school year, we are thrilled to have two third generation legacy students, from the Tom Vittiglio ’68 and Ed Callaghan ’64 families, with their eyes on Brother Rice.  The Vittiglio Family On having a 3rd generation legacy Warrior in the family, Tom Vittiglio ’68 shares, “I hope that my…

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A Conversation on Global Diplomacy with United States Ambassador John Rakolta Jr. ’65

A Service to Our Nation, A Service to the WorldA United States Ambassador “I don’t think there is anything more important than education and preparing this generation for the future. You are the future of our country and the world. There is nothing more important than who is the next ambassador or president that is sitting in this class. My…

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Inspiring Words of Advice

U.S. Ambassador John Rakolta ’65 met virtually with Brother Rice students for a “Conversation on Global Diplomacy” on October 23, 2020, and offered these words of advice. The Impact of Diplomacy:“Diplomacy is a conducting of negotiations to influence the decision and conduct of foreign governments via dialogue and discussions through non-violent means. Diplomacy is far less expensive than war. It…

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Brother Rice Catholic High School Bloomfield Hills MI #1 Niche

BROTHER RICE RANKED #1 CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN MI

10-14-2020

Brother Rice High School was ranked as the #1 Catholic High School in the state of Michigan by Niche. To visit our profile on Niche, click here.

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Athletics Reentry Plan

06-08-2020

Brother Rice has monitored the Covid-19 fluidity over the last two months to prepare for the return of athletic activities. Outdoor athletic training at Brother Rice will open on Wednesday, June 10 according to protocols and procedures outlined by the MHSAA. Please take a moment to carefully review the following documents: For Parents: Key Points for Parental Support For Students…

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Teacher of the Year

06-05-2020

Congratulations to Bethany Beyer, Brother Rice Teacher of the Year! Bethany serves as the lead teacher in our Achieve Plus (A+) Center. Although Bethany has only worked at Brother Rice for four years, her impact on our community is far-reaching. Bethany has been an agent for change in the way teachers work with students who learn differently. She works tirelessly,…

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2020 Hall of Fame Announcement

05-12-2020

The 2020 induction class into the Brother Rice High School Hall of Fame includes athletes and coaches who have distinguished themselves with championships, awards, and other impressive achievements: Tim MacClean ’81  John Shasky ’82Doug Pickens ’04Jason Alessi ’14Coach Bob Riker ’85Coach Mike Venos This class will be honored on Tuesday, September 29, at Indianwood Golf & Country Club, following the annual…

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Marcel Gagnon | 2020 Spirit of Blessed Edmund Society

05-05-2020

Marcel Gagnon began teaching at Brother Rice in 1968. He taught English and art for the majority of his career, proudly serving as department chair for the English Department for a period of time. Marcel also served as the dean of students for several years. Attending night school while teaching full time, he earned a law degree from Wayne State University…

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