This past year has been a lesson in learning that things are never impossible. It is possible to survive moving away from home and its comforts. It is possible for a New Yorker to have fun in Cleveland. It is possible for a BSGE graduate to completely switch gears and become an engineering major. None … Continue reading World From the Real World: Erin Camia ’14
The Baccalaureate Theater Company’s production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth will debut in June after months of rehearsals and preparations. Director Olivia Witting ’14 will stay true to the original script of the centuries-old tragedy, but has made use of modern costumes to create a new age version of Shakespeare’s work. Witting and her father, Steve, who has … Continue reading BSGE Production of Macbeth Set to Hit the Stage
After the senior class of 2013 decided what colleges they will be attending, they were able to reflect on the long and arduous process they underwent for over a year. Students at BSGE have a unique opportunity during the college admissions process because they can work closely with the college counselor, Peter Wilson, and attend … Continue reading Analyzing the College Process
When students enter seventh grade at BSGE, their teachers introduce them to a website called, Turnitin, the self-proclaimed “Leading Plagiarism Checker.” The process involves a teacher creating a class that students can enroll in using the proper class ID and password. Students can then submit assignments by uploading files to the website. While the website … Continue reading Pros & Cons: Turnitin.com
Every year the DOE issues a Progress Report that grades schools on an A to F range. This year, BSGE has received a B for the middle school and an A for the high school. The school as a whole received a B last year as well. For both types of progress reports, the DOE … Continue reading Progress Reports Out for BSGE As Well
From the time students enter as seventh graders up until the day that they graduate, they are constantly reminded that extracurricular activities are extremely important. As students in the middle years program, they are required to complete community and service hours. These community and service hours can be completed through a range of activities. School … Continue reading Understanding Community Service Hours
BSGE has once again ranked high on US News and World Report’s list of the nation’s best high schools, and this year the school has been named the 21st best high school in the country. BSGE is also the top school in New York State according to the report. On May 8, teachers and students … Continue reading We’re Number One!