Barbara earned a BS from the University of Louisville, a BS from Old Dominion University and an MEd from Norfolk State University. She is a sophomore class moderator,and is the Driver's Education coordinator for the school as well as an in-car Driver's Ed instructor. Two of her children graduated from Catholic High. Barbara started teaching at Catholic High School (BSCHS) in 1996.
Chris was named Bishop Sullivan Catholic’s head football coach in January, 2016 after teaching English for 13 years at Ocean Lakes HS.
Chris lives in Virginia Beach with his wife Connie, daughter Corinne, and son CJ
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Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School
4552 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Phone: (757) 467-2881 Fax: (757) 467-0284 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School is AdvancED accredited and the Diocese of Richmond is AdvancED accredited as a school system.
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Bishop Sullivan CHS is listed as one of Virginia Living's Top High Schools and Colleges 2018
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