For its 100th graduation ceremony, Bishop Noll Institute welcomed home a commencement speaker who lives as a BNI Warrior in mind, body and soul.
Damien Harmon, a 1996 graduate, serves as senior executive vice president of customer, channel experiences and enterprise services for Best Buy Co. Inc., the leading consumer electronics retailer in North America.
Bishop Noll Institute senior Maria Emilia Quiroga has been awarded the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. The award provides four years of full tuition, required fees and a yearly book stipend for any public or private Indiana college or university.
Bishop Noll junior Mariana G. has recently obtained her certified nurse aide license. At Bishop Noll, she currently takes Honors Chemistry and Principles of Biomedical Science – one of various electives available in Noll’s STEM program. The biomedical science class is designed for students with a special interest in science and the medical field.
Bishop Noll Mass Media students produce segments for the BNN student news broadcast and create content for the student JourNoll, an online student news publication. Students take coursework in journalism and attend field trips to learn more about the broadcast and journalism industries.
Bishop Noll’s yearbook staff is responsible for putting together The Marquette - the school’s student produced yearbook. This club meets throughout the year to develop, design and write content for the yearbook. In addition, student photographers contribute photos to be used in the book. In addition, staff members learn more about design trends and photography at annual yearbook workshops.
Bishop Noll Institute, a diverse, Catholic college preparatory school, partners with local faith communities to empower young adults to live their faith in Christ through ministry, scholarship, and leadership.