Bellarmine-Jefferson High School invites all local families to its Open House on Sunday, January 12, 2014, from 2 to 4 p.m., at 465 E. Olive Avenue in Burbank.
At the Open House, interested families and their junior high students will get the opportunity to take a tour of the campus, meet and talk with faculty and students, and learn more about the school’s curriculum and extra-curricular activities, including sports teams and clubs. Attendees will also learn more about the school’s plans for a one-to-one technology program to be launched in the fall and an exciting new partnership with Amgen, which will bring The Biotech Experience to its Biology classrooms beginning this February.
Nestled in the heart of downtown Burbank, Bellarmine-Jefferson High School is a co-educational, four-year, archdiocesan, Catholic secondary school serving a diverse student population from the San Fernando Valley and surrounding area. The school provides a balanced college preparatory program which focuses on the needs of the individual student, while addressing the development of the total person.
“Students and alumni of Bellarmine-Jefferson High school consider it home and consider each other family,” said Principal Mr. Michael Stumpf. “A Catholic education is an advantage for life. Bell-Jeff can give your student the opportunity of a lifetime.”
Applications to Bellarmine-Jefferson High School are due on Friday, January 31. High School Placement Test dates are Saturday, January 25, and Saturday, February 1, with a prep workshop on Thursday, January 23. Visit Bell-Jeff’s website at www.bell-jeff.net for more information and to download all application forms or call (818) 972-1400.