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. BSGE’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…

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…

Word From the Real World: Moshan Guo

If I could only use one word to describe college, it would be serendipity. From arriving at the campus on move-in day to cramming Sociology vocabulary words at 3 a.m. to going stargazing with my friends in the middle of nowhere, freshman year at Colby College for me has been a roller-coaster of a ride….

Teacher of the Month: Mrs. Klidonas

Where did you grow up? I was born in New York and lived here for 10 years. I moved back to Greece with my family and stayed in Greece until I was 22 years old. I then moved back to New York for my Master’s degree. Why did you move back to Greece? My family…

Absence of the PSAT for the Tenth Grade

Every year, the PSATs (NMSQT) are administered to students in the tenth and eleventh grade. They are meant to give students the chance to understand the content of the SATs, and how much they need to study for them. For those in the eleventh grade, it is a chance to qualify for the National Merit…

Four BSGE Students’ Works on Display at Queens Borough Arts Festival

As of yesterday, May 11, 2016 the Queens Museum is exhibiting artwork by K – 12 Queens public school students, as part of the Queens Borough Arts Festival. We are proud to have four BSGE students exhibiting artwork. This is juried exhibition so not all the artwork that is submitted is chosen to be displayed.Two 10th…

Nina Don stars as Lady Sting defeats Information Tech HS 20-1

A superb effort by Nina Don led Lady Sting to a 20-1 win in five innings over Information Tech on Thursday at Murray Playground. Don hit two home runs for Lady Sting. Don went 2-4 in the game with five RBIs and four runs scored. Don homered in the first and fourth innings. Fifteen runs…

Lady Sting use big fourth inning to beat Queens HS Complex 15-2

An eight-run explosion in the fourth inning lifted Lady Sting to a 15-2 win in five innings over Queens HS Complex at Big Bush Park on Tuesday, May 3rd. Lady Sting Softball scored in the fourth on an RBI single by Claire Bergerson, a walk by Angelica Benares, an RBI single by Jennifer Qu, and…

Lady Sting use big first inning to beat Information Tech HS 21-7

Lady Sting jumped out to an early lead on Information Tech HS and captured a 21-7 victory on Monday at Murray Playground. With 19 runs in the first three innings, Lady Sting left no doubt about the eventual outcome. A 14 run first inning was highlighted by a three run double by Amelia Chen and a two…

Lady Sting first-inning burst enough to top Queens HS Complex, 11-0

An 11-run explosion in the first inning lifted Lady Sting Softball to an 11-0 win in five innings over Queens Complex at Big Bush Park on Thursday. Lady Sting Softball scored on an RBI single by Claire Bergerson, a two-run home run by Jamie Carroll, an RBI triple by Amanda Eng, a groundout by Peyton Heron,…