The Dr. J. Harper Kent Scholar Bursaries were established by the J. Harper Kent Charitable Foundation. The bursary is awarded annually to a Bathurst High School or Ecole Secondaire Nepisiquit student beginning an undergraduate degree program. Each award has a value of $40,000 payable over a four year course of study in the amount of $10,000 per year. Recipients are required to maintain a 3.7 scholarship grade point average each term to renew this scholarship. The criteria for the scholarship includes excellence in academics, financial need, and The cri leadership qualities.
BHS and ESN are teaming up once again to bring you this year's Bay Breakfast. The breakfast will be held at various restaurants in and around Bathurst on April 21st, 2017. Tickets are available from students at BHS and ESN involved in the breakfast. They may also be purchased from either school. Tickets are $6 each. Help support our schools by getting out and having a wonderful breakfast at one of our host restaurants. Thank you for your support!From left to right: Reilly Riordon, Kaitlin Oliver, Michelle Boudreau et Michelle Kearney (co-presidents).
The parent information night originally scheduled for Thursday, March 23rd has been rescheduled for Monday, March 27th at 6:30pm. Grade 10 students will be registering for their courses for the 2017-18 year this coming week. Parents of grade 10 students are encouraged to attend. Students are also welcome.
During the upcoming week BHS will be holding its annual Winter Carnival Week. This year's theme is "Battle of the Grades". Join your peers in activities throughout the week to collect points. Your grade could win an Ice Cream Party!!!!
Monday @ lunch - Hungry Hippos in the gym
Tuesday: Grades dress by theme. 12- Black & White, 11- Plaid, 10-Stripes, 9- Animal Print @ lunch M&M activities in the gym
The New Brunswick Teen Apprentice Program (NBTAP) is recruiting Grade 10 and 11 students for Summer 2017 skilled trade pre-apprentice work opportunities with employers throughout New Brunswick. Applications will be accepted from February 1 to March 17. Check out http://www.nbtap.ca/students for more information about the program and potential work placements available in your region.
NBCC has begun posting seat availability online for the upcoming September 2017 intake. Check often as availability will be updated weekly.
They are also still accepting applications to waitlisted programs. There is usually a lot of movement on waitlists, especially over the summer when students finalize their plans. Waitlisted applicants who are not offered a seat in September will automatically be transferred to next academic year for the same program/location.