Seniors planning on attending CCCC this fall and studying STEM, check out the Summer Bridge program! There are 10 spots available, an opportunity for scholarships and a stipend, as well as a free success in STEM course (seminar) and college math class. Join STEM at CCCC and take part in the STEM academy for mentoring, internships, free STEM tutoring, and field trips to 4-year schools. Register @ tinyurl.com/stemsummerbridge. Contact Samantha Ricciardi for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 508-362-2131 x4511
Early College Experience Program applications are due April 1st to Ms. Christensen in the guidance office. If you are interested in ECEP, please join us this Thursday, 3/21, for an Info Session during Enrichment in the library. Spots in the program are limited.
JUNIORS!! Are you interested in attending the Boston National College Fair this spring? Stop by the guidance office to get your name on the list! Space is limited and permission slips are due Monday, March 4th.
The following students have achieved Highest Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 90 or above in every course: Emma Clark, Katherine Collyer, John Correira, Emma Fenton, Emma Greene, Max Hess, Jayana McGuire, Ian Milliken, Adelina Sederman, Matthew Sheehy, Sabrina Silverbrand, Mattison Stuck, William Wieler, Falon Williams, Jessica Ashe, Michael Bonito, Mya Cohen, Kaya Fernandes, Alyssa Freeman, Lexis Grandel, Virginia Johnston, Joseph Morisset, Kylie Power, Samantha Rathbun, Brendan Sullivan, Kerstin Surrette, Patrick Sweeney, Sophia Amaral, Brianna Bouchard, Olivia DeSantis, Kayla Doucette, Avery Hathaway, Amelia Kapuscinski, Owen Lapworth, Katharine Lemieux, William Mackie, Kiely O'Connor, Nicholas Petrillo, Cere Reynolds, Sophia Sederman, Gabriel Sequeira, Isabelle Stone, Serena Tura, Nora Barmashi, Bridget Berestecky, Angelina Bonito, Audrey Caron, Michael Carrara, Kai Chen, Emma Correira, Breanne Crowley, Emily DeGowin, Jeffrey Ellis, Ava Fenton, Grace Gobeil, Kyleigh Gomes, Hannah Greene, Savannah Kelley, Colby Lindner, Kelsey McMaster, Kalista Mitchell, Yasmin Nyman, Caroline Peddicord, Silas Rauch, Kiley Reed, Avery Rogers, Claudia Rogers, Grace Smalley, and Isabella Trepanier
The following students have achieved High Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 85 or above in every course: Abigail Ariagno, Caroline Denver, Emilie Kowzic, Spencer Rose, Kalani Ryan, Daniel Stode, Alba Tourigny, Taylor Vahey, Mary Ventura, Iqra Amin, Jared Baptist, Steven Barmashi, Kieran Berestecky, Megan Catton, James Clyburn, Alexander Dunn, Logan Hawkes, Ava Levis, Ella McDonnell, Phoebe Medeiros, Ava Morse, David Nitschke, Sohrob Nyman, Caitlin O’Connor, Annabelle Pereira, Analise Rogers, Jason Correira, Isabella DiPaolo, Julia Elicier, Gracie Healey, Muhammad Khan, Erika Mann, Andrew Murphy, Kaitlyn Riley, Jessica Rosati, Emily Strojny, Aaysham Tahir, Kathleen Wieler, Rebecca Wilson, Austin Winchester, Grady Gobeil, Eric Ierardi, John Kahian, Robert Koosa, Mia Madge, Kacie Manning, Lyvia Migliaccio, connor Ryan, Viveca Stucke, and Faith Unwin
The following students have achieved Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 80 or above in every course: Elijah Avilla, Grace Bankston, Grace Callahan, Gianna Cavaleri, Christopher Collick, John Collins, Olivia Fitzpatrick, Evan Grant, Izzabella Helmuth, Joseph Hess, Kameryn McAnaugh, Hailey McWade, Jacqueline Meier, Charlotte Orth, Caitlin Ouellette, Joseph Petrillo, Isabella Reader, Kyle Robbins, John Schofield, Scott Silva, Benjamin Smith, Alexander Sorenti-Burns, Jacob Tura, Christian Turner, Harmony Wichelns, Maheen Ahmed, Quentin Andrade Andrew Ariagno, Alexander Cunningham, Christopher Darcy, Deidre Dayton, Makayla Diaz, Rachel Freedman, Morgan Goodwin, Caitlin Harper, Brooke McCallum, Molly McCann, Tyler McKay, Madelyn Muttart, Erin Reilly, Jaslynn Rodrigues, Foster Rubinstein, Morgan Wenzel, Chase Broadway, Victoria Burgess, Emma Busnengo, Jacob Cardinal, Delaney Clyburn, Sean Correia, Cavan Cronin, Michael Doyle, Brady Fitzpatrick, Avy Kennedy, Zoey Kennedy, Brianna Lewis, Kaylee McHugh, Holly Miller, Alexandra O'Brien, Hayley O'Connor, Amanda Orciuch, Nadia Prairie, Noah Robinson, Nicolas Santucci, Faith Sexton, Jonathan Sheehy, Lily Traver, Julia Turner, Emma Vickery, Rhiannon Bearce, Jaelyn Dohring Xavier Enokian, Sydney Fitzpatrick, Kamryn Gomes, Nikolas Gugliotta, Catherine Harrington, Shane Murray, Kenny Nauta, Anne Rapoza, Bailey Rose, Zachary Smith, Emily Sullivan, Gregory Towers, and Taylor Wing
Massachusetts Maritime Academy is excited to provide a Commonwealth Dual Enrollment Program (CDEP) for qualified high school students. The program provides an opportunity for eligible high school students to enroll at MMA as non-degree students and have the course credit be recognized toward degree completion.
CDEP Program eligibility requirements:
**The classes listed below will be offered on Mondays from 4-7pm, March 11- June 17**
MS-1211 Current Environmental Problems (3 credits) This course is the first course taken by students majoring in Marine Science, Safety and Environmental Protection (MSSEP). It introduces freshmen students to current and pressing global issues in the fields of environmental science, environmental protection and health and safety in the workplace. Topics will provide students with a broad, general perspective of issues in these fields. Some topics will be revisited in greater detail during subsequent courses in the MSSEP curriculum. Prerequisite: None.
EM-2212 Introduction to Emergency Management (3 credits) An introduction to the disciplines, authorities, and policies involved in the field of emergency management. Topics include: hazard analysis and underlying social and environmental processes, vulnerability analysis, hazard mitigation, emergency response and disaster recovery. Prerequisite: None.
**The class listed below will be offered on Tuesdays from 4-7pm, March 12- June 18**
HU-1111 English Composition (3 credits) English Composition guides students in discovering and creating meaning through language and writing and provides further guidance as they generate ideas and organize structures for reflection, persuasion, analysis, and argument. The course provides opportunities to critically read and examine various texts, to explore and analyze different rhetorical strategies, to develop and support a controlling idea and/or thesis statement, to study the writing process, and to revise meaningfully and independently. It gives guidance in synthesizing and documenting information and offers suggestions for effective grammar, usage, punctuation, spelling, or other mechanics, as needed. The course asks students to collaborate with their classmates and instructor through team assignments, discussion, presentations, individual conferences and, when appropriate, peer review. By focusing first on fluency, then on clarity, then on correctness, the course gives students ample opportunity to develop and refine their writing skills for various audiences and purposes, both in and beyond college. (Minimum C- grade required to receive course credit). Prerequisite: None
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Save the date for Thursday, March 21st, in the BHS Library, from 11:46-12:42 (Enrichment Block).
Sophomores interested in applying for the Early College Experience Program (ECEP) during their junior and senior year, join us for an Information Session to learn more about the program. Parents are invited, too! The CCCC Dual Enrollment Coordinator will offer a presentation and be available for questions. Please RSVP with Ms. Christensen in the Guidance Office. 508-759-0670 ext 6231 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone that joined us on Tuesday night for Junior College Planning Night! If you weren't able to make it, here is a link to the packet provided. And if anyone has questions or would like to sit down to discuss further, please feel free to reach out to your student's counselor.
2019 Junior College Planning Night Packet
Mrs. Christensen (Last Names A-C, N-Z)
508-759-0670 ext 6231
Mrs. Iannucci (Last Names D-M)
508-759-0670 ext 6229
This year's Junior College Planning Night is scheduled for Tuesday, January 8th at 6:00 pm in the BHS Library. There will also be a similar workshop for juniors during enrichment on the same day. We hope to see you there!
Join us on 12/20 in room 25C at BHS during Enrichment (11:42-12:46) for an Information Session for prospective Cape Cod Community College students. An admissions representative will provide an overview of academic programs and admissions process, campus life, academic and student services, financial aid, and more! Parents and guardians are welcome. Please RSVP with Ms. Christensen in the guidance office.
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