Curran Daley, a grade 10 student at BHS who competed with Team NB - Hockey at this years Canada Winter Games in Prince George BC. Curran is a speedy centre that battles hard on the boards. He draws a large amount of ice time on the team's first penalty kill line. The team had a tough draw playing BC, Ont., and Manitoba in their pool. Team NB opened the tournament with a 5-3 loss to BC. Team NB then lost to the eventual champions Ontario 6-0, and 4-2 to Manitoba. Their first win came against PEI defeating the Island 5-1.
ASD-N Students! Does your teacher have a classroom or subject web page that supports your classroom experience? Are you and your fellow students so proud of your school that you are busting to let others know about it? Have you used technology in your classroom to help you learn? If so then the 2015 ASD-N CUTE Awards are ...
BHS student Kelley Doucet is at the Canada Winter Games in British Columbia this week. She will be representing New Brunswick in the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Figure Skating category. Go Kelley Go!
BHS and grade 11 student James Coombs was selected to the NBIAA Basketball All-Star Team. The All-Star game will take place on Sunday February 22nd at 3pm at the Leo Hayes Gymnasium in Fredericton. Congratulations James
Three members of the BHS Girl's Basketball Team played their farewell game during Senior Night on January 26. The three players Allie Walls, Katie MacDermaid and Jade Hill will graduate this June. BHS wishes you the best! The Girls Basketball Team advanced to the Regionals after defeating JMA 43-31 today Feb 7, 2015
The BHS Global Nomads are working in conjunction with Paragon Schools from Shahdadpur (city), Sindh (province), Pakistan (country) to participate in the Global Citizens in Action: Youth Voices Program, a civic engagement program designed to build cultural awareness and global citizenship. The guiding question for the program is "How do we, as youth, engage our communities to create positive social change?" Students will engage in intercultural dialogue, explore media bias, utilize technology, and learn how to communicate and share ideas across cultures.
The New Brunswick Blue Day was celebrated very proudly within the halls of BHS on Dec. 17, 2014. Students and staff wore blue this day to show their unified support to put an end to bullying. Many informative anti-bullying activities put on by our very own Bully Busters go on within our school on a weekly basis. Bullying is NOT okay and we strive to rid our lives of it EVERY day!
The Spirit of Christmas continued to touch the lives of others at the Southern Comfort Residence on King Avenue. Organizing staff went up to deliver the BIG box of goodies donated by all BHS staff members and they were just thrilled with our gift to them! The ladies in the picture were very excited about the anticipation of opening the box on Christmas morning. A huge THANK YOU to all who donated!