College Application Workshop
When: Sept 23 @ 1:00 pm (during AOT) Sign into your AOT first.
Where: Class of 2021 Google Meet (link to be provided)
What: Guidance counselors will be going over the application process, including the Common App, college essay, SAT, and letters of recommendation.
Attention all seniors! Please complete your "counselor letter of recommendation request form" and turn it in to your guidance counselor by October 16th. Seniors applying for Early Action or Early Decision, please make an appt. to meet with guidance as soon as possible and pay close attention to application dealines- they are right around the corner! Request forms are found on the common app playlist on our landing page and also here on our website. Please email your counselor with questions.
Welcome back to school! We are excited to begin on this virtual journey with you and are here to help you. Please reach out to us with questions and concerns. Be sure to join the guidance google classroom page for your graduating class. Codes are found on the guidance department landing page, linked on the BPS main website. We also encourage you to join our remind app. These codes and other contact information are found on the guidance landing page. Students are advised to check email regularly to remain connected to school and class outreach.
MMA will not be offering dual enrollment courses this fall. They anticipate opening enrollment for the spring semester.
Due to the continuing restrictions of COVID-19, we will not be able to accommodate the September 26th SAT test at Bourne High School. The test has been canceled and the College Board will be refunding all registrants. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Due to the continuing restrictions of COVID-19, we will not be able to accommodate the August 29th SAT test at Bourne High School. The test has been canceled and the College Board will be refunding all registrants. We apologize for the inconvenience.
As the end of the school year wraps up, the guidance department hopes that you are healthy and safe and looking forward to a well deserved summer break. We know that the closure this year has been difficult on many different levels for you and your families. We want to encourage you to keep working hard in the final days and continue to communicate with your teachers when you have questions and concerns about the assignments owed. The last day to turn in work is Monday, June 8. Remember, too, that our guidance staff and adjustment counselors are available for support.
Our hope is that you end the year on as positive a note as possible- don't hesitate to reach out when you need assistance. The end of the school year is always a time of excitement and filled with joy as you celebrate your accomplishments and hard work. We wish that we could be with you in person during this time and hope that this letter will stand in to help give you some closure. We are looking forward to seeing you all again someday soon!!
Ms. Christensen & Mrs. Iannucci
The following students have achieved Highest Honors recognition for quarter three by earning a 90 or above in every course: Kieran Berestecky, Megan Catton, Kaya Fernandes, Brooke McCullum, Joseph Morisset, Brendan Sullivan, Patrick Sweeney, Brianna Bouchard, Olivia DeSantis, Kayla Doucette, London Ebert, Amelia Kapuscinski, William Mackie, Andrew Murphy, Nadia Prairie, Brendan Schwefler, Serena Tura, Matthew Ziehl, Nora Barmashi, Bridget Berestecky, Angelina Bonito, Michael Carrara, Kai Chen, Emma Correira, Breanne Crowley, Haley Ebert, Ava Fenton, Kennedy Ford, Grace Gobeil, Grady Gobeil, Kyleigh Gomes, Hannah Greene, Robert Koosa, Colby Lindner, Mia Madge, Kacie Manning, Kelsie McMaster, Lyvia Migliaccio, Kalista Mitchell, Yasmin Nyman, Caroline Peddicord, Anne Rapoza, Silas Rauch, Kiley Reed, Connor Ryan, Grace Smalley, Emily Sullivan, Isabella Trepanier, Mallory West, Anna Carafoli, Joseph Carrara, Vanessa Fleck, Kendall Fortune, Isabella Gambarini, Benjamin Hopwood, Heather, Lapworth, Stefan Lumsden, Michael Murphy, and Samantha Wilson.
The following students have achieved High Honors recognition for quarter three by earning a 85 or above in every course: Jared Baptist, Steven Barmashi, Christopher Darcy, Deirdre Dayton, Alyssa French, Jared Gerecke, Caitlin Harper, Logan Hawkes, Erin Hennessey, Molly Madigan, Ethan Ream, Erin Reilly, Amoretta Souza, Kerstin Surrette, Morgan Wenzel, Delanie White, Sophia Amaral, Isabella DiPaolo, Brady Fitzpatrick, Avery Hathaway, Erika Mann, Alicen Marchi, Holly Miller, Alexandra O’Brien, Kiely O’Connor, Nicholas Petrillo, Jonathan Sheehy, Aaysham Tahir, Julia Turner, Kathleen Wieler, Jayson Wirsen, Emily DeGowin, Jaelyn Dohring, Ethan Dunn, Jeffrey Ellis, Sydney Fitzpatrick, Kamryn Gomes, Nikolas Gugliotta, Eric Ierardi, John Kahian, Savannah Kelley, Jenna McKay, Alexis Morisset, Christina Rogers, Bailey Rose, Abigail Russell, Viveca Stucke, Faith Unwin, Caitlin Bazinet, Mary Berio-Rowlands, Arielle Caporale, Jolie Czyryca, Mia DiPaolo, Taylor Dodge, Samantha Ethier, Alexander Fasoli, Jack Ferreira, Victoria Flaherty, Kellan Geake, Quinn Hawkes, Riley Higgins, Craig Hill, Samantha Long, Brooke Lunedei, Connor MacLeod, Isabella Palumbo, Meghan Roche, Madison Sexton, Owen Surrette, Sarah Sweeney, Laura Wetherbee, and Caleigh Wrighter.
The following students have achieved Honors recognition for quarter three by earning a 80 or above in every course: Iqra Amin, Quentin Andrade, Andrew Ariagno, Richard Bass, Mya Cohen, Ethan Cryan, Makayla Diaz, Mario Gambini, Morgan Goodwin, Michael Maloney, Molly McCann, Taylor McCarthy, Ella McDonnell, Kyle McGuire, Phoebe Medeiros, David Nitschke, Caitlin O’Connor, Avery Perkins, Kaleb Riggle, Jaslynn Rodrigues, Logan Rodrigues, Foster Rubinstein, Kamron Sassone, Jaimon Scott, Anthony Springer, Emily Wing, Danny Baker, Olivia Barry, Lauren Bazinet, Haley Bowman, Victoria Burgess, Ethan Clifford, Jason Correira, Emily Furciniti, George Meli, Ethan Miano, Jason Nee, Noah Robinson, Jessica Rosati, Nicolas Santucci, Sophia Sederman, Gabriel Sequeira, Faith Sexton, Isabelle Stone, Mercedes Suarez, David Tripp, Nathan Aldrich, Rhiannon Bearce, Elizabeth Black, Audrey Caron, Alyssa Collazo, Ally DelFavero, Xavier Enokian, Kerryn Flanagan, Aidan Fox, Ian Gray, Thomas Heino, Devonia Lewis, Shawn Marquebreuck, Landry O’Shea, Thomas Sullivan, Shahzab Tufail, Taylor Wing, Alexa Ariagno, Natalie Baker, Ava Balonis-Hulett, Molly Becker, Isabella Correa, Aidan Elmore, Braydon Gendron, Ava Grobleski, Ethan Grobleski, Grace Hebb, Madigan Kelley, Gina Martin, Haley McCarthy, Trey Merritt, Krista Nee, Tran Nhan, Vansh Patel, Michael Russo, Isabella Scena, Ashley Souto, Olivia Tura, Sommer Washabaugh, and Hannah Wenzel.
At the end of the school year, Quarter 4 will be reported on using Passing/Fail for each class. Pass will be used for students that complete and receive credit for assignments. Pass will be calculated for the final grade at 75%. Fail will be used for students that do not participate in assignments with a level of accuracy and effort. Fail will be calculated for the final grade at 55%. Students may opt out of the Pass/Fail grade structure for Quarter 4 and receive a grade for Quarter 4 using the traditional grading scale. Students that opt for the traditional grading scale will have their final grade for their courses using the corresponding percentage. Students who wish to opt out of the Pass/Fail grading structure and receive a traditional grade should complete the form below by no later than Friday, May 22, 2020. Please note the decision applies to ALL classes, not individual classes.
Hello Students & Families,
We are excited to announce that we have joined forces with MEFA, the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority, to bring their College Admissions Presentation to you virtually on Wednesday, May 27 at 4:30 pm.
Please click here to register for the webinar.
The college search and application process can be overwhelming. This webinar will help students establish a personalized admissions road map by addressing topics such as current trends in admissions, building a balanced list of colleges, different components of the college application along with how COVID-19 has impacted the college admissions process. We will also tie in how MEFA Pathway can be used to support various components.
Hope you can join us!
Mrs. Iannucci & Ms. Christensen
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