All posts by Abigail Starr

Major update on new Wildcat dance group

By Jayla Sample

“I wanted to do something that helps people get out of their comfort zone, to try something new and fresh that the school never had before,” Yazmine Clay on why she got involved with the team

BSHS students teamed together to create a new and improved majorette dance club. Sponsored by counselor Erica Millay, the club held tryouts for students interested in learning different dances, meeting new people, and committing their time to after school practice on October 2nd-October 6th. Continue reading Major update on new Wildcat dance group

Ambassadors bring out the welcome wagon

By Abigail Starr

“She walked my schedule with me and made me feel like it was okay to ask teachers for help. It’s so different to see how much more is accepted here and to see new ways of normal,” junior Rosa Langguth on her experience with a Wildcat Ambassador

Just because the new year feeling wears off, doesn’t mean that Wildcat Ambassadors are not still hard at work making new students feel welcome and ready for their first year at BSHS. Continue reading Ambassadors bring out the welcome wagon

Breaking news: Wildcat TV update

By Mya Pearson

“Really it’s the relationships with the students because it’s different than a normal class. It’s a lot of fun to have those relationships with students that are different than a normal class,” sponsor Matt Marble on the rewards of teaching Wildcat TV.

Wildcat TV is back on the scene reporting this year’s news on campus with a fresh new spin on things. Continue reading Breaking news: Wildcat TV update

Education ventures outside the classroom

By Samara Bhatti

“It was a really fun experience. I’ve really improved in archery since last year, and this year I hit a bullseye,”  junior Chase Nettles on his experience at Burr Oak Woods

Physical education teacher Doug McLagan’s outdoor education class recently had an opportunity to go on a field trip to Burr Oak Woods to gain more knowledge about outdoor activities. Burr Oak Woods incorporates hands-on learning opportunities in the outdoors. Continue reading Education ventures outside the classroom

Girls basketball gets back in shape

By Jayla Sample

“It’s a great way to get to know everybody, and see how good they are at certain things, so when season comes around we know everyone’s strengths and weaknesses, which will make us better as a team,” -senior Moriah Tauai on off season basketball workouts

Girls basketball off season workouts started Tuesday, September 12. Workouts are open to everyone and are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:45-4:00. Continue reading Girls basketball gets back in shape

Senate organizes homecoming, helps hurricane victims

By Abigail Starr

“You can raise two grand in two minutes! It’s crazy,” senior Daria Wilson on Miracle Minute fundraiser.

In the first few weeks of school, student senate has been raising money for Hurricane Harvey victims through events such as the miracle minute and scheduling this year’s traditional events, like homecoming and gratitude week. This planning requires several hours of both in and out of school time.  Continue reading Senate organizes homecoming, helps hurricane victims