At the end of the current school year, long time BSGE history teacher, Linda Ellman, plans to retire. Linda has been teaching for 17 years and upon retirement she is looking forward to continuing her lifelong engagement in social activism as well as to the arrival of her first grandchild. After hearing the news of … Continue reading Long Time BSGE Teacher, Linda Ellman to Retire
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
Thursday, May 29th, was BSGE's 2014 Spring Concert. The entire 9th grade participated, as did the school band: Players for Peace. Some students, such as Anu Shree Rajagopal ‘17 and Mariadolores Alvarez ‘17 had special performances. Anu played a traditional Indian violin, and Mariadolores showed off her flamenco dancing skills. The Players for Peace played … Continue reading BSGE’s 2014 Spring Music Concert
On Monday, May 19th, the BSGE’s girls’ softball team lost to Franklin K. Lane high school in the first round of the playoffs. Although the game was close at the beginning, Lady Sting struggled in later innings, and ended the game with a final score of 17-7. The loss marked the end of the team’s … Continue reading Lady Sting’s 2014 Softball Season Comes to a Close
Joleyne Herrera: To find a job, because I'm broke. Lol. Olivia Witting’ 14: I’m planning to work at this theater in New Hampshire. I’m going to be assistant to the director, running shows, sitting during rehearsals, building scenery, making costumes and stuff. I’ve also been doing that for the last 6 years. I am also … Continue reading The Buzz: What are BSGE students doing this summer?
On Friday May 30th, the Junior and Senior Council co-hosted BSGE’s last party of the year: IB Done. The party’s name was a play on words with BSGE’s International Baccalaureate (IB) Program name, as most of BSGE’s past parties have been like. The party had a summer theme, a party tributed to the end of … Continue reading Juniors and Seniors Host IB Done Party
Have you ever wondered what our school name BSGE means? It stands for Baccalaureate School for Global Education and it refers to the IB (International Baccalaureate) program established in BSGE in 2005. The IB program has been applied to over 4,000 schools (public and private) in 147 countries, over one quarter of them in the United States … Continue reading BSGE Demystifies IB