Bishop McNamara High School is participating in Do More 24! Join us on June 2nd for this 24-hour celebration of giving, sponsored by The United Way! The link to our donation site is BMHS DoMore24.
As part of Do More 24, BMHS will be hosting a few games to make the event interesting! Throughout the course of the day, we will be holding a "Clash of the Classes" - which Bishop McNamara and La Reine graduating class can raise the most money for our School? Let's find out!
Can't donate this year? No problem! Help us win money from United Way with our "Selfies for Good" games! Throughout the course of the day, we will kick off a three-hour selfie challenge on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Simply print this Do More 24 sign and use it in your selfie, then be sure to tag us and use the #DoMore24 hashtag! Each image MUST contain a different person to be counted for our total.
Thank you for your support of Bishop McNamara High School!
Medical Forms and Documentation have changed for the 2016-17 school year. Starting June 1st, all new medical forms & information will be available via Maccess for parents to complete. It is mandatory that ALL students have these forms completed for 2016-17 school year.
- June 1st - Medical Forms will be available in Maccess
- August 1st - Medical forms due for Students participating in Fall 2016 Sports
- August 15th - Medical forms due for ALL other Students.
- Parent Profile - update in Maccess now (“Update Household Information”) prior to starting online forms
- Cannot log into Maccess? Email Support@bmhs.org.
Summer Camps 2016 - Come join us for an event filled and fun summer at Bishop McNamara High School! The Summer Camp Program will be offering many opportunities and experiences throughout the summer. Academics, Athletics, Fine Arts and Leadership Camps available. For all information and to save your spot, go to Summer Camps.
Summer School - High School Prep, Original Credit, and High School-Level Credit Recovery courses are being offered for BMHS Current Students, Incoming Class of 2020, and Private High School students. Courses run from July 5th through July 29th. Registration starts online May 31st. For more information, go to Summer School.
Bishop McNamara offers a wide variety of Recreational Clubs and Activities for the student body. Please use the links below to explore the various options at BMHS. Don't see your favorite club or activity on this list? Contact Ms. DeLeonibus at Angela.DeLeonibus@bmhs.org for information on new clubs.
The Adventure Action Club provides its members with an opportunity to participate in multiple outdoor activities. The club will be doing multiple trips that the members will vote on and will change seasonally. Possible events may include hiking, cycling, ropes course, ice skating, skiing, kayaking, and whitewater rafting. There will also be opportunities to learn safety techniques throughout the year.Moderator: Mr. Gallagher
The Aviation Club is designed to promote interest in aviation as a career or hobby by introducing members to all aspects of aviation. This includes a ground school as well as actual flight training. Special training sessions will be planned and scheduled in coordination with Club Cloud II Training School.
Moderator: Mr. London
The Bowling Club provides a positive, Christian, social outlet for McNamara students and interested parents. Special events may include weekly intramural team competition and an awards party at the conclusion of the league.
Moderator: Ms. Kirby
The Chess club provides students an opportunity to learn and play chess. Beginners are taught the basic techniques of play and are given the opportunity to play against other students.
Moderator: Mr. Gloster
The Cooking Club educates Bishop McNamara students on the art and essence of cooking through instruction and hands-on experience. Events may include cooking demonstrations, a cook-off and grocery store visits. The club will also sponsor fundraising activities.
Moderator: Mrs. Corley
The Equestrian Club provides an opportunity for anyone who owns, rides or cares for horses to meet and share in activities of interest. Club members ride for the Bishop McNamara High School equestrian team as participants in interscholastic competitions in the “Hunter" class. Club events may include competitive riding for the school team, viewing horse movies, hearing from and visiting expos, shows and farms.
Moderator: Mrs. Corley
The Fashion Club provides an opportunity for students who are interested in the fashion industry to meet with other interested students, share ideas and learn more about the fashion industry. Meeting may include programs on current styles, designing and modeling.
Moderator: Mr. Thompson
The goal of the Go Club is to provide students with a fun and supportive environment to both learn and play the ancient board game Go. While playing the game, students will have the chance to make new friends and socialize. We work hard to maintain a friendly atmosphere and welcome layers of all skill levels.
Moderator: Mr. Shryock
The Hip Hop Club exists to express student's talents in dancing without having to audition. The purpose of this new club is to be able to seek for those that have the passion of dancing.
Moderator: Mr. Mason-Callaway
The intramural program is conducted to promote appropriate use of leisure time as a life-long habit and to promote a sense of community in an atmosphere of good will, sportsmanship, and healthy competition. The program is student-assisted, thereby allowing for the exercise of organizational, managerial and leadership skills by students. Intramural games are conducted after school, on Saturdays and other convenient times. Throughout the school year, a variety of intramural competitions in other sports may be scheduled as appropriate.
Moderator: Mr. Perham
The Martial Arts Club is designed to establish a community for the dedicated martial artists within Bishop McNamara High School. The club provides a forum for these students to meet each other and exchange knowledge about their various arts. Club members may also participate in I.C.E. Night activities, view martial arts movies and conduct clinics for other members of the school community.
Moderator: Mr. Shryock
The Mighty Mustang Pep Band is an extracurricular band that supports the Athletic Department. This band performs at most home Varsity Football and Varsity Basketball Games. In addition, the Pep Band also performs at events such as the new student orientation, pep rallies, and other occasions. There are not many rehearsals for Pep Band. The group rehearses twice in August and then has only a couple of seasonal rehearsals to get ready for the football and basketball seasons.Other than that, the only commitment is to attend the games and show mustang spirit. Go, Mustangs!
Moderator: Mrs. Hardy
The Photography Club offers students an opportunity to expand their interest in photography, especially digital photography, and to work with a variety of digital enhancement software. The club also offers field studies in different areas of photography. Possible events may include field trips, photography exhibits and contests and the production of photography books.
The McNamara Step Team provides an opportunity for interested students to participate in stepping. The team works to improve their skills and to entertain members of the McNamara community at programs such as pep rallies, athletic events, talent shows, etc. The Step Team helps to promote a sense of school spirit through its performances. Activities will include regularly scheduled practices and performances at a variety of school functions, as appropriate. The team may also participate in fundraising events.
Moderator: Mr. Leonard
Togetherness is the state of being close to another person or other people.The purpose of Togetherness club is to build community among members of the McNamara family through participation in games that typically require a large amount of players. It is a great opportunity to build lasting friendships among your peers and get to know people in our community.
Moderator: Mr. Vazanna
Untitled is a competitive Slam Poetry Team. Meetings provided a safe space for students to develop their poetry through a mix of individual and collective writing. The team may compete in local spoken word competitions and at school assemblies.
Moderator: Ms. Graham
The Yoga Club is open to all students who are interested in learning about and practicing the ancient art of yoga. The club strives to make yoga accessible to all skill and fitness levels while encouraging students to learn breathing and relaxation techniques they can use in every phase of their lives. The Yoga Club meets each week for one hour to practice yoga, either with a video or an occasional guest instructor. Participation in the video classes is free; there is a small fee for classes with guest instructors. Club members may also participate in free yoga sessions offered at the National Harbor, etc. when possible.
Moderator: Mrs. Mendiola