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PLTW’s computer science pathway preps students for technological world

Bradley Byler

March 12, 2020

In an age of increasing technological presence, the ability for individuals to develop and utilize computers to their fullest capability is a growing need in society. Project Lead The Way’s computer science pathway prepares...

Stressed for the big test? Some helpful study tips to help stay on track

Bradley Byler

February 27, 2020

For the first part of your life, school is the largest part of you whether you like it or not. Every weekday, 7 hours a day, for 40 hours a week is dedicated to advancing your education towards the next big test or exam. Your...

PLTW biomed allows students to pursue their own path

February 20, 2020

Since its creation, Project Lead The Way (PLTW) has granted students the gift of first-hand experience in professional environments. The Biomedical pathway, one of the three available courses, takes students on an adventure through...

PLTW Engineering pathway prepares students for future

Bradley Byler

February 6, 2020

Founded 22 years ago, the capacity of PLTW to educate students in careers in both medicine and engineering is unrivaled by most high school programs. Project Lead the Way (PLTW) enriches students knowledge in STEM fields such...

Lightfoot gets leg up in law career

Cameron Stewart

January 23, 2020

Sophomore Kayla Lightfoot, a pre law student, has been spreading her wings by interning with Shook, Hardy and Bacon Law Firm. While there, Lightfoot has learned a variety of useful skills related to her future career. She has...

Wildcat Coders welcomes tech savvy students

Emmalee Haag

December 20, 2019

During Wildcat Hour, student coders can be found in room 312 developing desktop applications, mobile apps, and websites and working on various computer science project. Unlike other clubs that meet to discuss and interact during W...

Nail tech program prepares professionals

Cameron Stewart

December 20, 2019

Nail Tech is one of the many unique programs offered by BSHS. As a class held off campus, it offers students a special opportunity, and enrollment requires more than just signing up. “I had an interview for it and directly af...

Calendar alert: key first semester dates

Bradley Byler

October 31, 2019

Staying organized as schedules get busier is key for a successful year. Here are some important academic dates to write down and save for later: November 1: Last chance for senior pictures November 5: Additional cap and ...

Year End Art Show on display

Staff Writers

May 16, 2019

Students, teachers, faculty and guests are invited to view student work in the Media Center at BSHS on Friday, May 17th from 5:30-7 PM. Awards will being at 6. Patrons may stop by and view work today during the school day;...

Innovation leads the way at PLTW senior showcase

Samantha Johnson

May 2, 2019

Dressed to impress, seniors involved in Project Lead the Way (PLTW) spent last Friday presenting their projects at Union Station in Kansas City. After spending the fall and spring semesters preparing, PLTW students educated individu...

TSA state competition results

Staff Writers

April 25, 2019

The following students competed in the Technology Student Association State Competition. Several placed and are now noted as National Qualifiers: Event Student Place (*National Qualifier) Architectural Design: Jade Scherer 2nd place Board Gam...

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