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  • Services for Deacon Dave Bolderson

    All are welcome to join us at the following services for Deacon Dave Bolderson:

    Saturday, May 2 – Parish Visitation 9:30am and Memorial Mass 10:30am at Holy Trinity Parish in St. Ann, MO
    Sunday, May 31 – DB Memorial Mass 11am in the DB Cafeteria (light lunch to follow)

    Please keep the repose of the soul of Deacon Dave Bolderson in your prayers. Please pray for his wife, Sally, their children and their entire family.

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ST. LOUIS – The best season in DuBourg girls soccer history added another chapter. Shannon Cahill scored the lone goal during the first half of the Cavaliers’ 1-0 win over Affton to win the Class 2 District 3 tournament Thursday at DuBourg.

DuBourg (17-6-1) advanced to the sectional round where it will host Soldan on Tuesday at a time to be determined.  (Note – DB vs. Soldan @ DB @ 4:30)

Goalkeeper Jenna Vitale had the shutout for the Cavaliers.

Affton finished 12-11.


Today, April 27, 2015, we mourn the passing of a beloved member of the Bishop DuBourg family- Deacon Dave Bolderson.

Deacon Dave has been part of the Archdiocese for over 35 years as a teacher, coach, mentor, friend, and Deacon to our Faith Community. Please keep the Bolderson family in your thoughts and prayers today.

There will be a visitation Saturday, May 2nd, 9:30-10:30 with a mass to follow at Holy Trinity in St. Ann.

All are welcome to join us this Thursday, April 30 at 8-8:30am in the DB Gym for a Prayer Service in Deacon Dave’s honor.

DB will also be hosting a Memorial Mass on May 31 at 11am in the DB Cafeteria. Light lunch will follow. All are welcome.


Congratulations to senior soccer player Kacie Trueman who broke DB’s all-time scoring record this weekend! She currently sits at 85 career goals with plenty of time left in the season to increase her impressive tally! Way to go, Kacie! Read the recent St. Louis Review article on the women’s soccer team here or the KSDK interview of Kacie with Rene Knott here.


Congratulations to senior Nathan Pence on winning one of the 2015 National YoungArts Foundation Awards for jazz guitar! This prestigious award is given to the most talented 15-18 year-olds in the nation in the visual, literary and performing arts. Over 19,000 students were nominated nationwide in 2015 and less than 800 were awarded! This award ranks Nathan as the #2 bassist in the nation! We are also proud to announce that Nathan has been accepted into several distinguished music schools next year, including The Manhattan School of Music, The New School and Berklee College of Music. Way to go, Nathan! Read the DownBeat Magazine article that features Nathan and DB music director Matt McKeever here.


The Robotics Team was awarded with the 2015 Outstanding Spirit Award at the FIRST Robotics Competition held at Chaifetz Arena in March for their exemplary efforts in engaging the St. Louis region in the event and their overall enthusiasm about the competition. Additionally, the DB team wrote a heart-felt essay nominating their moderator, Ann Kelly, for the 2015 Woodie Flowers Outstanding Mentor of the Year Award, which she won! (Flowers is the Prof. Emeritus of Engineering at MIT). DB’s performance at the FRC put them on the waitlist to compete in the World Championships at America’s Center in April! Over 5,000 teams from 80 countries try to earn a spot at the Championships. Students who join FRC clubs have access to over $19 million in scholarship money. Way to go, Robotics Team!


The Academy of Advanced Studies welcomed 18 new students – 2 current students and 16 incoming freshmen - at the annual Induction Ceremony and Dinner on March 12. DB alum and St. Louis Circuit Attorney, Jennifer Joyce ’80, was the keynote speaker and senior Lauren Theirry gave an inspiring speech on leadership. The AAS provides a more rigorous course of academic study and enrichment opportunities. In May, the Academy will have its first graduation class since its establishment in 2012. Congrats, seniors! On Sunday, May 3, 2015, the Academy students will have end-of-year presentations beginning at 4pm in the Cafeteria. 


The Academy of Advanced Studies students had the exciting opportunity to video-chat with DB alum and successful innovator, Jack Dorsey ’95, through a Google Hangout session in early March. Dorsey is well known for co-founding the social media network, Twitter, and for inventing the credit card processor, Square. The students prepared a thoughtful Q&A session inquiring about Dorsey’s time at DB, his inspiration for his innovations and his advice to students.  Dorsey said his favorite class at Bishop DuBourg was mechanical drawing, because he was given a lot of creative freedom to explore his talents and interests. He also played on the tennis team and was in the computer club while a student at DB. Students enjoyed Dorsey’s casual, witty responses. His advice to the students was to share their visions: if they’re passionate about something, to get it out and show it to people.

Dorsey’s parents, Marcia and Tim, also attended the “hangout.” Jack wasn’t shy about showing his mother affection through a video screen, blowing her a long-distance kiss at the end of the chat. After all, Dorsey said his mom is his favorite person to follow on Twitter.

The visit was also covered by the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the St. Louis Review.


MUST WATCH: Football Recap 2014. A season to remember!


DB ATHLETICS: A wonderful story about the HEART of DB football and the perseverance of a team. A  great read about the historic run of the DB football team.


Members of the Bishop DuBourg Band Program auditioned for the All-District Band on Tuesday, November 4th. Three DB Cavaliers were named to the All-District Band. Congratulations to junior Tom Wall on clarinet, senior Ethan Hobbs on trumpet, and senior Nathan Pence on bass. This is Nathan’s third time making the ensemble, while Ethan and Tom are celebrating their first appointment. Congratulations to these talented young men!