Faith is always first and foremost with every activity at Bishop LeBlond. While you are not required to be Catholic to attend, we find that students of all faiths thrive in our open and passionate religious offerings. LeBlond offers faith development through several avenues, including Faith Classes, Sacramental Life, Campus Ministry and Retreats.
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Bishop LeBlond High School offers a college preparatory curriculum meant to prepare students well for the challenges they will encounter after high school. LeBlond students can take a wide variety of advanced placement, dual credit and honors courses. Many students graduate LB with more than 20 college credit hours. For information on courses offered at Bishop LeBlond High School, please call the school counselor, Mr. Edd Green. Current families may view course information through the school information system Powerschool.
ACT/SAT: Calendars for both assessments are posted in the guidance office. Registration is online. (The October and April ACT are given at LBHS). If you have questions please see Mr. Green. The Bishop LeBlond school ACT code is (262-905). The Bishop LeBlond testing site code is (205-570).
Senior Scholarships: You may find information on the scholarship applications received in the guidance office through Mr. Green. Please check with Mr. Green regularly regarding specific information on colleges.
Bishop LeBlond offers a variety of extracurricular opportunities for students who are interested in the performing arts. A musical production is presented each fall and a dramatic production is presented each spring for students interested in acting, as well as the specific tasks associated with putting together these types of theatrical productions - from directing the overall production to participating in a specific component of the same, whether that be set design, props or sound. For those who are musically inclined, (in addition to the fall musical), students are given the opportunity to become a member of Concert Choir and compete in a variety of music contests that are held throughout the school year. New for the 2017-18 academic year is a Theatre and Musical performance class and an Instrumental Music course.
The athletic programs at Bishop LeBlond High School are under the direction of Athletic Director Michael Evans. Depending on the sport, teams compete for district championships in Missouri State High School Activities Association's class 1, class 2, and class 3. All teams compete in the Midland Empire Conference where Bishop LeBlond is the smallest of the eight school-conference, which includes Benton, Cameron, Chillicothe, Lafayette, Maryville, Savannah, and Smithville. Several LB athletic teams also compete against the three other St. Joseph public high schools and St. Joseph Christian School in various competitions and tournaments throughout the year.
Supplemental financial assistance is provided to the various athletic programs by and through the Bishop LeBlond Booster Club. Please refer to the Booster Club tab on this website to obtain additional information and to learn more about how to get involved with LeBlond athletics.
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