World From the Real World: Erin Camia ’14

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

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BSGE Production of Macbeth Set to Hit the Stage

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

Understanding Community Service Hours

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