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As a Catholic school, the spiritual as well as the physical well-being of our community is of utmost importance.  The safety and security of our students and staff is a top priority.  The overall safety of any community, but specifically a Catholic school environment, starts with the community itself.  All of us have heard “See Something, Say Something.” When you “Say Something,” it is our goal to “Do Something.” We strive to work closely with our students, teachers, counselors, parents, staff, and law enforcement to provide an atmosphere in which anyone will feel comfortable providing information that can prevent something bad from happening.

Our campus has a security system in place  for screening all visitors to our facilities.  Everyone entering the BMC property during school hours (7:45 am-2:15 pm) will be directed to the guard house.  If you are visiting the interior of our campus, your ID will be scanned, and you will be issued a colored lanyard with a printed ID badge.   Upon leaving campus, you will return the lanyard/ID badges to the guard house. The BMC campus has 24 hour security.

All faculty, staff and volunteers are  fingerprinted through a national database before having any contact with students.   This is only one of the many ways we continue to strive to create a safe environment for our faculty, staff and students.