Goshen Garden in the news


Click here to see a great story on our garden program from WHAS 11. 

Sam Borden ’16, featured in C-J for his perfect ACT score

Sam Borden '16

Sam Borden ’16

Kudos to senior Sam Borden ’16! Sam is featured in the Courier-Journal today for his perfect ACT score. In the article, Sam gives a shout out to Dr. B, aka Benjamin Studenvent-Hickman, “his physics teacher, Benjamin Studevent-Hickman, has been a great role model for him, and someone he wants to emulate.” When asked about Sam, Dr. B returned the praise saying, “Sam is an extraordinary kid because of his deep intellect, myriad talents, and modesty. Sam is an extraordinary student for his willingness to integrate feedback from his teachers, not only on his work and academics but also on his life in general.”

Sam’s senior project is on the acoustics, history, and cultural significance of the erhu, a two-stringed bowed musical instrument.  “His ability to integrate physics, historical research — partly in Chinese — and a sensitivity to cultural nuance, all as part of a single project, is why I choose mature as the one word to describe him,” said Dr. B.

Brice Rosenbloom curating BRIC Jazz Fest


Brice Rosenbloom

Brice Rosenbloom

Brice Rosenbloom, G’89, ’93 the founder and co-producer of Winter Jazzfest, is one of several curators of the BRIC JazzFest, which opened this month in Brooklyn.

Wyvern wins an Emmy!

Devin Emke G'84, '88 wins an EmmyCongratulations to alumnus Devin Emke G’84 ’88 on winning an Emmy for ‘Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Variety Series’ for the “SNL” 40th Anniversary Special!


Goal by Napo ’13 for UK!

Napo Matsoso’s 90th minute goal gave UK a win in the first game of the season! Article and video here.


Ray Harbin ’15 awarded Petrino Family Foundation scholarship

University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino formally announced recent St. Francis School graduate Ra’vonte Harbin on Tuesday as the first recipient of the Cardinal Covenant Petrino Family Foundation Scholarship to attend U of L. Full article here.


All School Back-to-School Picnic

Join us! Saturday, August 15, 2015 at the Goshen Campus from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

9:30 – 10:45 a.m. MS Field Hockey & Soccer Clinics
11:00 a.m. Varsity Field Hockey & Soccer Scrimmages
11:30 a.m. All-School Activities Start:
Food Trucks and SFS Grill open for lunch

Face painting, bouncy house, dunk tank, alumni bricks, yearbook pick-up,and more!

Julie Leidner is 2015 winner of the M. A. Hadley Prize for Visual Art

Congratulations to our own Julie Leidner the 2015 winner of the MARY ALICE HADLEY PRIZE FOR VISUAL ART. In collaboration with another local artist, Katy Delahanty, Leidner is pursuing a documentary-style graphic novel that tells the stories of pioneering feminist social activists in Kentucky. Leidner will use the $5,000 Hadley Prize to travel to New York City to attend the 10th annual New York Art Book Fair and the seventh annual Contemporary Artists’ Book Conference, as well as view museum exhibitions, attend panels and participate in workshops directly
related to the collaborative project.

Thanks for giving to the Annual Fund!

St. Francis School's photo.
We did it! Thank you, to all of our Annual Fund donors. We surpassed our goal!
Here’s a short video to show our gratitude!

The gift of learning without fear.

After speaking on the steps of the US Supreme Court yesterday in support of marriage equality alum Kinsey Morrison ’14 had this to say, “One final thought after an unforgettable day: I realized tonight that if my sisters and I went to any other schools, we might be really afraid to go back tomorrow. St. Francis and Stanford have both given me the gift of learning without fear, one I too often take for granted when I forget how long I lived without it and how many people still do.” Thank you Kinsey and very well done!