Students Embark on Cultural Trip to France & Spain

On April 1oth, thirty six BSGE students varying from sophomores to juniors, went to France and Spain for a cultural immersion trip. This year's trip marks the third time BSGE students have traveled to a foreign country. Accompanying them to Europe were six chaperones, all teachers from BSGE. The number of chaperones increased drastically from … Continue reading Students Embark on Cultural Trip to France & Spain

Farina Takes Office and Implements New Changes to School System

With the arrival of New York City's newest mayor, Bill de Blasio, new policies are starting to take effect in NYC public schools.  At the start of his term and even during his mayoral campaign, de Blasio promised to bring major reforms to education in New York City. De Blasio started this off by replacing … Continue reading Farina Takes Office and Implements New Changes to School System

10th Graders Present their Personal Projects

On May 3rd, 10th grade students presented their Personal Projects to an audience of 7th, 8th and 9th graders. The Personal Project was a yearlong assignment that revolved around topics that interested the students and that they chose themselves. Using information they gathered, they were to create a final project that demonstrated their knowledge of … Continue reading 10th Graders Present their Personal Projects

Mr. Anderson’s Spring Movie Night

Mr. Anderson’s 7th Grade Advisory is hosting another movie night this Friday, afterschool at 3:20 PM.  Since the beginning of the school year, the advisory has hosted numerous bake sales and fundraising events that promote various organizations, including ones sponsored by the school’s Helping Hands Committee. This month, Mr. Anderson’s advisory hopes to contribute money … Continue reading Mr. Anderson’s Spring Movie Night