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Seven Berchmans Academy Saints Named All-Americans

Jan 15, 2019 12:02PM ● By Press Release

Grand Coteau, LA--Seven Berchmans Academy Saints were named to The National Athletic Association of Private Schools All-American team.  Cameron Muller (Sr), Luke Menard (Sr), Alec Moore (Jr), Addison Stoute (Sr), Patrick Gandy (Sr), Michael Moreau (Sr), and James Paul Gandy (So) received invitations to the All-American team as well as an invitation to compete in the All-American game in Tennessee in January.  The Saints finished their season as the State Champions and #10 on NAAPS national 8-man football ranking.

Saints head coach, Chris Garvey, says “I am so proud of these young men.  Their hard work and dedication to the team and Berchmans Academy is an outstanding example to their teammates as well as their classmates. I am excited to see what the future holds for these young men and the entire Saints team.”

About Berchmans Academy  - 
Berchmans Academy of the Sacred Heart, founded in 2006, is an independent Catholic school enrolling boys in Pre-Kindergarten 3 through grade 12.   It is the brother school of the Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau.  The Academy of the Sacred Heart, founded in 1821, is an independent Catholic school enrolling girls in Pre-Kindergarten 3 through grade twelve. Located on a historic 255-acre campus, the Academy and Berchmans offers students the experience of an innovative and challenging curriculum within a supportive learning environment that emphasizes the positive process of individual growth through single-gender education designed for girls and for boys.

Enriched by a 200 year tradition of teaching, within national and international networks of Sacred Heart Schools, the Academy and Berchmans prepares students to become faith-filled, confident, and effective leaders. The essence of a Sacred Heart school is its deep concern for each individual’s total development – spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical.