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Crystal balling their 2024 High School Grad

Jonas Petroski poses using green screen technology as a future St. Benedict graduate of 2024.

January 19, 2018 - This week, more than 250 prospective students and their families flocked to the St. Benedict Catholic School Open House event. The purpose of the event is to educate parents and their children about the benefits of choosing the school in the fall of 2018 for grade 7 or 9. The students had to complete a “pawport” by visiting different parts of the building to complete activities such as making bathbombs in Science, trying their hand at programming in the Learning Commons and making buttons in the art room.

Before they departed, students were invited to take a parting picture with green screen technology. They posed and then chose traditional or really fun backgrounds for their photos.



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