Walk-A-Mile Soup Supper


On Wednesday, April 10, we will host our 4th Annual “Walk a Mile” Soup Supper, a simple soup and bread dinner to mirror the experience that thousands of hungry Americans face each day dining in soup kitchens. You are invited to join us in the SBA cafeteria any time between 5 and 7 PM. Members of our lacrosse team will be present to help serve the meal.

Several faculty and staff members will be making soup, but interested soup makers are invited to bring a crock pot or large pot of their favorite soup. Soup can be dropped off the day of the event between 3 and 4:15 PM to be reheated by us or can be brought hot to the event. If you are interested in making soup, please sign up here.

Our students have worked closely with Face to Face through the years, and we are excited for this opportunity to partner with them and come together during the Lenten season. The cost for dinner will be $5 per person or $20 per family. Payment can be made at the door. All proceeds will be donated directly to Face to Face Soup Kitchen. Thank you for your support!

Weekly Updates


Basketball success runs in Deal’s family


Samantha White featured in Feasterville Trevose Times


Indoor Track Success!


Last weekend the Saint Basil Academy indoor track team traveled to the New Balance National Track Championship in New York City.   The team was outstanding!  Medals were won by Tia Taylor, Alina La Forest , Sasha Lee and Taylor Thomas.  Congratulations!

Individual Results:

Alina Laforest 2nd place 800m 2:13.10
Tia Taylor 5th place Long Jump 18-2.50
Sasha Lee 3 way tie for 6th place in long jump 17-9.50
Sprint Medley 4th place with a PR of 4:11.46
Sasha Lee
Tia Taylor
Taylor Thomas
Alina Laforest

Also, Tia Taylor was named to the ALL STATE Indoor Track Team.

Weekly Updates




National Catholic Sisters Week


In celebration of National Catholic Sisters Week (March 8-14), Sister Joann, OSBM visited the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes over the past two weeks to teach about what life is like as a Sister of Saint Basil, the mission and founding of the sisters, and how the Sisters of Saint Basil the Great are still making a difference in our world today.

Gift of Mission Retreat Day


On Wednesday, February 13, junior Samantha Scharf, attended the Gift of Mission retreat day run by the IHM sisters hosted at Chestnut Hill College.  Students from local high schools attended this wonderful event.  Sisters of various religious orders shared their stories and encouraged the students to engage in prayer and discernment of vocation.

Basil Junior, Kelly Grant featured in Northeast Times


Grant hopeful of state championship at Saint Basil Academy.