Bathurst High School students honoured our veterans today with a ceremony held in the Gwendolyn Kent Auditoium. Members of BHS Music classes performed "Imagine" for the veterans. At the going down of the sun, we will remember them.
Take Our Kids to Work is an annual program in which Grade 9 students spend the day in the workplace of a parent, relative, friend or volunteer experiencing and learning about the world of work. Held on the first Wednesday of November, the program supports career exploration and career readiness among Canadian public school students.
On Thursday, September 28th BHS held its annual Grade 9 Commencement Ceremony. Students were dressed in the robes that they will wear when it comes time for them to graduate in 2021. We would like to extend a huge thank you to all of those students that took part in the evening and to the parents that showed their support.
Honouring Residential School Survivors and Remembering Those Who Didn’t!
It is a national movement to recognize and acknowledge the experience of students of Indian Residential Schools, to honour the survivors and those who did not make it home.
This initiative asks for every Canadian to wear an orange shirt on September 30th in the spirit of healing and reconciliation. Bathurst High School will be honouring Orange Shirt this Friday, September 29th. Remember to wear your orange shirt!
On Thursday, September 28th BHS will be holding its annual Open House and Grade 9 Commencement Ceremony. Open house will begin at 6pm, followed by the ceremony at 6:30. We encourage all grade 9 students to participate in this momentous event.