“When you’re sure, get ready to make great friends and challenge yourself. Challenging yourself is ultimately how we grow as people and make life better. Don’t be shy and see me if you’re unsure,” Colonel Richard Yule encouraging students to take on the challenge and rewards of ROTC.
“My motivation for graduating early was just getting out of school early and the fact that I get paid full time and I’ll get to start college early. Next semester I plan to work full time, prepare for college and come back for prom and walk the stage and graduation,” Senior Michel Haase on graduating at semester
As first semester comes to a close, several BSHS seniors have elected to finish their time a little early. Graduating at semester may require students to take extra classes or advanced courses, and/or enroll in multiple courses in the same subject to finish high school with all the necessary credits.Continue reading An early finish→
“We just like to recognize all of the cancer survivors and people who are going through chemo and it’s just a fun night that’s much more than about volleyball,” senior volleyball player Madi Markel on the Dig for the Cure event
“It really helps me with my communication and being able to talk to different kinds of people that come in everyday. It’s also given me a lot of friendships that I value.” Junior Jenna Young on being a student trainer
“Getting to share with the audience our love for the art of music and dance is incredible,” senior Brianna Bass on performing in Northern Lights
The choral department presented their annual winter production, Northern Lights, to two hundred plus people two weeks ago. Student performers spent hours learning lyrics and choreography to showcase the many musical medleys encompassed the show’s theme: “Unlikely Heroes on Broadway.”
“I’m ready to be the motivator behind districts and see the endless possibilities we have coming this year with both competition and my leadership role,” senior Alyssa Lawrence on her goals as DECA vice president.