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Mind’s Eye inspires creativity in students

Marissa Green

February 11, 2019

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The school’s literary magazine, Mind’s Eye, is a creative outlet for all students at BSHS. Whether a student finds his/her niche in poetry, prose or art, Mind’s Eye is a platform for all artists to share their craft by ...

CTC prepares students for college, career, certification

Alexandria Arndt

February 11, 2019

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     The Career and Technology Center (CTC)  held at Fort Osage has 15 programs that BSHS juniors and seniors can attend. These programs range from marketing to culinary arts to engineering. Students enrolled in these courses no...

Curriculum Night provides academic, career, testing information

Alexandria Arndt

January 24, 2019

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It’s the start of the second semester for BSHS and enrollment time is approaching fast! After seeing the videos displayed during wildcat hour this past month, many may still have questions regarding which course would be most bene...

A+ program aims to increase college enrollment

Savannah Alvis

November 1, 2018

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The A+ program is a statewide program developed by the Missouri Department of Higher Education for high school students that see a future in going to college. Students that meet all program requirements are eligible for a two-year col...

BSHS hosts yearly college fair

Alexandria Arndt

October 18, 2018

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Who’s counting….but there are only 217 days until the last day of school. For many, that means preparing for what’s next. Keeping that in mind, BSSD sponsored the College Fair on October 10, hosted at BSHS. This event gave...

Free ACT opportunity for BSHS students

September 28, 2018

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By Marissa Green The ACT is a highlighted word in every American student’s vocabulary. There are classes dedicated to dissecting the questions, textbooks aiding the rigorous studying, and teachers trained to help students make i...

Professional authors mentor BSHS writers

March 8, 2018

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by Mya Pearson “This was really a learning experience for us to be able to see other students ideas and listen to why they like writing and how it helps them,” senior Tim Davis  The Creative Writing II class had the op...

HOSA leaves a lasting incision on members

March 1, 2018

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by Emma Hibdon "Even though HOSA is targeted towards future health professionals, we try and incorporate types of volunteer work."- Senior Anne Cole  The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA-Future Health Professi...

In addition to grades, NHS values service over self

February 15, 2018

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by Emma Hibdon "Getting to do community service just really puts an impact on the community and yourself," - senior Madison Lavelle on service in NHS National Honor Society (NHS), a national organization that serves to re...

Painting a picture of progress

January 25, 2018

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By Caitlin Ham “Mrs. Varrone is a great teacher that’s passionate about her teaching and her students. She’s supportive of all of our work and is never critical of what we produce,” senior Alex Bradley on his experie...

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