• Keep you iPad periodically charged during the summer: BCHS Tech Team will be pushing updated and Apps over the summer to your iPads. Also, if you have a cracked or damaged screen, please drop it off at the Tech Counter ASAP. Apple repairs for these will be setup as quickly as possible.
  • Interested in Band? If you've signed up for band or are interested, email Mr. Duray at to be added to his mailing list.
  • Service Opportunities in June: View a list of some selected service opportunities we are aware of. Get a head start on service for the 2022-23 school year!
  • Summer Reading: Check the info page as summer reading assignments are announced.
  • AP Free Score Send: Activate by June 20
  • Used Uniforms are being collected: Bring used uniforms or used spiritwear items that no longer fit or you don't need to the front office for the June 14 Used Uniform sale. Recycle and reuse - It's a win-win. Thank you!
  • St. Vincent de Paul: volunteers needed for June 4 picnic: Volunteers are needed for a picnic at Broad Ripple Park celebrating the graduation of SVDP Changing Lives Forever Program participants. Shifts are noon - 2:30pm or 2:30pm - 5pm on Sat., June 4. 5-10 high school volunteers are needed to set up, assist with the event, help with the photo booth and tear down. Questions? Contact Amy Taylor at
  • Your Career Interest Survey Fill in this Career Interest form to be invited to participate in Explorer Career Posts in the fall. Information about this program can be found in the School Counseling Canvas Course in the Career Exploration module.
  • SENIOR Counseling Newsletter: Information about transcripts, college enrollments, deposits -- and don't forget your BCHS Exit Form.
  • View Newsletter Here

  • Final Exam Schedules are now posted
  • End of the Year Lunch Account Balances Except for Seniors, all remaining lunch balances (positive and negative) will be transferred to the next school year. Seniors: All negative balances must be paid before you can receive your cap and gown.
  • Christ the King Summer Festival needs student volunteers: The festival is June 24 - 25, 2022. Organizers are looking for responsible and dependable students to volunteer to help in Tiger Town (the kid's zone). Shifts available each night are 5:45 - 8 p.m. and 8 - 10:10 p.m. Email Nicole Biberstine at if interested.
  • Exploradoor: connect with Indiana internships and experiences for teens

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  • CYO Rancho Framasa: Gain experience, grow leadership & team-working skills at CYO Summer Camps.
  • Free SAT, AP and Math Tutoring via to support students in grades 8-12 with free tutoring for SATs, math courses and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Live small-group tutoring via Zoom will focus on SAT reading, writing and math as well as AP course tutoring in calculus, statistics, chemistry, biology, physics and computer science.
  • Sports Medicine Club: Interested in being around medicine, helping with rehab? Learn how to stay calm in emergencies, how to access environmental factors that could lead to injury and more from certified athletic trainers.... The new BCHS Sports Medicine Club, replacing the 'student trainer' role, will provide an opportunity for students to be exposed to medicine. Members will use the title “Sports Medicine Aide (SMA)”. The Sports Medicine Club is not limited to only the fall season or to only one sport; it is open to new members all school year. There is no cost in the club. Questions? Contact MJ Barnes at
  • After School Study Tables are available for anyone who needs a quiet place to work after school.  Monday - Thursday until 4:30 room 207. Monday Morning Study Tables start at 7:30 in the ARC.  All are welcome!
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Study Tips
Too much to do with too little time? Stressed about life? View the handouts below for tips from the BCHS School Counseling Department about how to handle stress. Included are apps that can help you track your stress levels!

Tips to help when you’re stressed

How to make a Stress Plan

Stress Plan Form

Online app to track stress

Updated January 2022
Teachers will have everything you need to complete placed in Canvas by 9:00 a.m. You will need to check all of your classes by 10:00 a.m. Plan to work through your school day at your own pace and on your own schedule. You will only have classes that were regularly scheduled for the normal in-person school day.
You are required to complete an attendance form for each class. Each teacher will post the attendance form via a Google form or Canvas Quiz on their Canvas page. Failure to complete the form will result in being marked unexcused for that particular class and work submitted will not receive credit.
You are required to complete and submit all coursework as defined by the teacher. Pay attention to deadlines, they might be different for each teacher. Student work will be graded and recorded in Powerschool.
All teachers will be available for questions between 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. via email or Canvas discussion board. Teachers will respond to student questions within one hour.
Report Harassment or Bullying
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis and Bishop Chatard High School are committed to providing and maintaining a learning and working environment that is free from physical, psychological, and verbal harassment. This includes racial, ethnic, religious or sexual harassment and violence. This commitment continues our longstanding policy of fair and equal treatment of every person regardless of race color, sex, national origin, age; or marital, socioeconomic, veteran, and disability status. We have an obligation to provide an environment that is free from intimidation and harassment based on any of these factors.

Harassment can result from a single incident or from a pattern of behavior in which the purpose or effect is to create a hostile, offensive, or intimidating environment. Harassment encompasses a broad range of verbal or physical behavior that can include, but is not limited to, the following:

      • Physical or mental abuse, bullying, hazing, shunning
      • Direct or indirect threats, intimidation, assault
      • Racial or religious insults
      • Derogatory ethnic slurs
      • Sexual comments or sexual jokes
      • Sexual advances
      • Touching of a sexual nature (caressing)
      • Graffiti of a sexual nature
      • Displaying or distributing sexually explicit drawings, pictures and written material
      • Sexual gestures
      • Touching oneself sexually or talking about one’s sexual activity in front of others
      • Using websites as a vehicle for any type of physical or mental abuse
      • Spreading rumors about or rating other students as to sexual activity or performance.

RT @BCHS_Principal This past Saturday, Sarah Semon competed in the Indiana State School Music Association State-level Solo and Ensemble Festival at Perry Meridian High School, and achieved a near-perfect, Gold Rating on her soprano solo! Congratulations Sarah!

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