BHS and ESN took part in another great Bay Breakfast. We would like to thank all of the participating restaurants and all those who came out to support us. Hope to see you again next year. Check out our gallery... http://bathursthigh.nbed.nb.ca/gallery/bay-breakfast
Students from BHS and ESN were hard at work sweeping St. Peter Avenue Tuesday. The event is part of a team building exercise between the two schools in preparation for the Annual Bay Breakfast where groups from each school work together to serve breakfast at various restaurants in and around Bathurst. The initiative raises money for both schools to be used for student activities. We would like to thank the following establishments for their continued support of this event:
This past weekend was another huge success for Bathurst High School's Music Department. The Gwendolyne Kent Auditorium was packed for four performances of Broadway hit musical The Little Mermaid. A big thank you goes out to all who worked tirelessly to bring the show to life and to the many others that played a part in its success. We couldn't do it without your support.
The annual Bay Breakfast will be taking place Friday, April 29th this year. This event raises money to fund programs at both BHS and ESN and has been a part of the community for over 25 years. Tickets are in sale now! Make sure to get yours when they do. Thank you for your continued support!
The popular Broadway musical The Little Mermaid will be performed at Bathurst High School in the Gwendolyne Kent Auditorium from April 21st to April 24th, 2016. Bathurst High School has been wowing crowds for over 10 years with their musical performances and the Little Mermaid will be no exception. Tickets are now available from cast members, BHS or Captain's Cabin. Adults: $15; Children under 12: $10; Family Pass (2 adults and two children): $40. Also available are Intermission Backstage Passes: an additional $5 each.
On April 13th, BHS will raise awareness to stop bullying, discrimination, homophobia and transphobia worldwide. Students are encouraged to wear pink to help celebrate diversity in our school, community and across the world. For more information please visit www.dayofpink.org
Grade 12 student Molly Kane is in Cornerbrook, Newfoundland this week to compete in the Special Olympics. Yesterday she skated her way to a gold medal in the Level 1 Women’s Dance. She competed with four girls from Ontario, one from British Columbia and one from Quebec. Today she competed in the Level 2 Freeskate, walking away with a silver medal. A big congratulations goes out to Molly for all her hard work and determination. Way to go Molly!
At the Provincial Swim Meet in Saint John this year the BHS team scored an impressive 3rd overall. The team earned 5 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 1 bronze. Alex Stever competed in the PARA division winning the team a 2nd place in the 50m and 100m Freestyle, 50m Backstroke,and the 50m Breastroke. Jasmine Foran placed 1st in 100m Breastroke and the 50m Breastroke where she broke the standing record of 7 years in both events as well as 1st in the 100m Freestyle and 100m IM. Shane Kenny placed 1st in the 50m Butterfly and 2nd in the 100M Freestyle and 50m Backstroke.