BSGE Snow Ball

By Alexandra L. '20 and Kevin W. '20 Like most public New York City high schools, a school dance is an event that many students seem to look forward to. BSGEโ€™s Snow Ball was no exception to this. Started by the Helping Hands subcommittee, Smile Train, Snow Ball was held on February 1st in order … Continue reading BSGE Snow Ball

Senior Trip 2019: A Weekend of Bus Breakdowns and Cacophonous Karaoke

On January 11th, BSGE's senior class embarked for three days filled with a haunted hotel, shots to the head, and blown-off tires. The eagerly anticipated trip occurred in Honor's Haven Resort in Ellenville, New York, one of the six towns in New York without a Starbucks, to many of the over-caffeinated seniors' chagrin. For one … Continue reading Senior Trip 2019: A Weekend of Bus Breakdowns and Cacophonous Karaoke

A Personal Experience of the March on Washington

On January 21st, 2017, my mother, friends, and I chanted "We want a leader, not a creepy tweeter!" loudly throughout the streets of Washington D.C. Less than twenty-four hours after country musicians strummed their guitars for America's new president, I marched with more than two million women, men, and children across the globe protesting Donald … Continue reading A Personal Experience of the March on Washington

The Ever-Changing Face of BSGE Admissions

While every student at BSGE has gone through an admission process, we might not have all taken the same test. Over the last few years, the 7th grade admissions test has undergone some transformations. Aroundย 500 to 600 students register to take the 7th grade admissions test every year (however, this doesn't guarantee that all those … Continue reading The Ever-Changing Face of BSGE Admissions