For Estelle and Maggie Penta of the Lowell Catholic Girls Basketball team, sports just aren’t the same without each other.
This year, after spending the holidays with their families, some students were on a plane to the Dominican Republic to work with Mustard Seed Communities, a nonprofit agency dedicated to caring for children with various disabilities. The service trip was arranged by LC World Languages Instructor Christine Gill and Theology and Fine Arts Instructor Patrick Koopman.
Lowell Catholic's a-capella group, Offbeat, practices their new school song. The group is made up of several seniors with a love for song, and is a part of the school's expanding Fine Arts program.
Lowell Catholic High School recently celebrated its connection with the Xaverian Brothers and fellow Xaverian Brothers Sponsored schools with Founder’s Week. This week of activities and events provides education to students and staff about the founder of the Xaverian Brothers, Theodore Ryken.