Bellarmine-Jefferson High School is the Place to Be!

Bellarmine-Jefferson High School students will use Chromebooks in their classrooms beginning this fall.

Bellarmine-Jefferson High School students will use Chromebooks
in their classrooms beginning this fall.

Bellarmine-Jefferson High School is a Catholic, co-educational, four-year, archdiocesan, secondary school serving a diverse student population from the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. Through the integration of Gospel values and emphasis on each person, the faculty, staff, and students work to create a just and caring community that enriches the learning process for all.

Nestled in the heart of downtown Burbank, Bell-Jeff provides a balanced college-preparatory program which focuses on the needs of the individual student, while addressing the development of the total person. The curricular and co-curricular programs prepare students for an active role in a culturally diverse society.

Bell-Jeff is pleased to announce the launch of a 1:1 technology program for the 2014-2015 school year. Using Google-based Chromebooks, students will be able to read their textbooks, work on and submit assignments, interact with their teachers and peers, and gain invaluable skills and knowledge necessary for success in college and a 21st-century work environment.

The school will also offer a new selection of elective courses to promote technology as well as an integration of “STEM” (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) into their curriculum, including “Mobile App Development,” “Gardening and Sustainability,” “Robotics,” and “Technology Literacy.”

The Physical Education program has some new options as well. Students may now select from a wide variety of activities ranging from “Ballroom Dancing” to “Walking for Fitness.”

Bellarmine-Jefferson High School continues to accept applications for the 2014-2015 school year. For more information about enrollment, please call (818) 972-1408 or visit our website at www.bell-jeff.net.

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