Campus Crier

Six history day competitors advance to state

March 17, 2016

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By Katy Hamilton "It was really amazing. The atmosphere was unreal." - Junior Brooke Handy on the Regional History Day competition BSHS made an impact at this year's Regional History Day on Saturday, March 5. Over 600 students fr...

Students and parents discuss curriculum

January 28, 2016

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by Ashley Smith “Taking the courses that are best for each student requires planning years in advance.” -Megan Callanan, counselor Curriculum night is exactly what it sounds like: an event that lets students and parents know what ...

Art show: a variety of talents

December 18, 2015

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[smartslider2 slider="13"] by Damien Campbell "You have photography, introductory classes, drawing, painting, ceramics, and 3D works.” - Jessica Taul/ Teacher Art: where the creativity of a person's imagination and...

BSHS introduces Lunch with Professionals

December 9, 2015

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By Drew Patrick “Instead of one whole career day varying on all topics across the school, we are doing many small career days focusing on one profession at a time all throughout the year.”- Karin Finley, BSHS counselor ...

College classes help students prepare for future

December 9, 2015

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By Kayla Lessenden "Being in college classes allowed me to preview how the work was supposed to be done, so I wasn’t as nervous going into my first real college class." -Paige McArthur, BSHS alumni Enrollment numbers in...

BSHS students help the Mavericks

November 18, 2015

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By Ashley Wright  “[Working for these teams] was a really really cool opportunity.  I got to have my hands all involved in all kinds of different leagues, different sports, [and] different opportunities,”- Todd Mackin...

Students prepare for the end of the semester, study for finals

November 12, 2015

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By Dasia Walters "Always study with the end in mind." - Braden Hansen, senior The fact that there are only six more Mondays leading up to Christmas break is what motivating many students to keep on pushing to the end of the semester...

Battle of the brains stresses scientific knowledge, creativity

October 28, 2015

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By: Kiara Zavala “The first year we were runner-up, then the second year we were finalists and now we’re shooting for the big one." -Alicia Leimkuehler, Battle of the Brains sponsor BSHS students are required to...

A+ program beneficial to students

October 21, 2015

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by Ashley Smith “Even if you decide you don’t want to go to community college it’s still a good thing because a lot of schools in Missouri give small scholarships,”-- Marian Plumb The A+ Program offers Missouri gr...

NHS inducts new members

May 8, 2015

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By Kayla Lessenden "You have to be willing to do extra work and put in your maximum effort for everything you do."-Danielle Grisolano, junior, on what it takes to be a member of NHS National Honor Society held its annua...

Art show growth illustrates interest, achievements

May 1, 2015

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By Emily Lane “There are a lot of students that you don’t realize how great their talents are. So it’s really incredible--some of the people’s art work. You might never know how good they really are until you’ve shown up...

ACT prep requires diligence, strategy

April 17, 2015

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By Savannah Walsh “I can help kids that start off at 9, 11, 15 (as a score) get into college, those who start off at 26 may get a substantial academic scholarship and the other ones in the middle, they get more options to...

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