Cape Cod Community College is offering grant-funded (free) for dual enrollment students this spring. Tuition and fees would be covered. Students will need to purchase books and materials needed for the class. Students must have over 2.7 GPA and be at least 16 years old. Both new and returning Dual Enrollment students are eligible. Please see your guidance counselor if interested.
3D Design and Analysis (Remote (live zoom) Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 – 4:45)
1/24/22 – 5/16/22 // Professor Rich Bsharah // 3 credits
This introductory course explores careers in engineering, architecture, and design. Principles associated with 3D design, visualization, documentation, and product simulation are taught through hands-on use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) modeling software. In addition, student designed parts are fabricated using both additive (3D printing) and subtractive (CNC milling, laser cutting) techniques to enhance the understanding of the design to manufacturing process.. Satisfies a Natural or Physical Science general education requirement.
Intro to Environmental Science with Lab (Online; no set meet up times)
1/24/22-5/16/22 // Professor Catherine Etter // 4 credits
A study of environmental interactions and the impact of humans on the environment. The use of natural resources, including land, air, water, mineral and biological resources, is examined. Local and global examples are presented to enable students to better understand and evaluate contemporary environmental problems and the application of science to their solution. The corresponding laboratory component provides students with the practical experience of measuring, recording and interpreting environmental data. Interdisciplinary knowledge is used to understand environmental problems. Satisfies a Natural or Physical Science general education requirement.
The following students have achieved Highest Honors recognition for quarter one by earning a 90 or above in every course: Nora Barmashi, Bridget Berestecky, Audrey Caron, Michael Carrara, Kai Chen, Emma Correira, Emily DeGowin, Jaelyn Dohring, Jeffrey Ellis, Ava Fenton, Grace Gobeil, Hannah Greene, Eric Ierardi, Delaney Jensen, Colby Lindner, Mia Madge, Kalista Mitchell, Caroline Peddicord, Silas Rauch, Kiley Reed, Grace Russell, Connor Ryan, Zachary Smith, Gregory Towers, Anna Carafoli, Jolie Czyryca, Taylor Dodge, Vanessa Fleck, Benjamin Hopwood, Josalin Kahian, Heather Lapworth, Meghan Roche, Quinn Schwefler, Owen Surrette, Allison Vahey, Sommer Washabaugh, Samantha Wilson, Delaeni Bearce, Trevor Billard, Logan Broadway, Ryan Burgess, Zoey Cardinal, Madison Doyle, Maya Kapuscinski, Mackenzie McMaster, Jadyn Morrell, Heer Patel, Sonja Poley, Jacob Semple, Sophia Sheehy, Malcolm Wallace, Jaden Widdiss-Hendricks, Tallulah Beane, Wiktoria Cavanagh, Joziah DeSouza, Addison Dion, Elizabeth Drew, Chaney Higgins, Christopher Klueber, Carley May, Halle McKay, Paige Meda, Lainie Palmer, Muskan Patel, Emily Perrone, Hannah Petrillo, Samuel Raynor, Taylor Sage, Bradley Sansoucie, Sophia Smalley, Alexandra Stowe, John Vizgaitis, McKinley Wenzel, Reese Williams, and Ryan Witkus.
The following students have achieved High Honors recognition for quarter one by earning an 85 or above in every course: Sydney Fitzpatrick, Kelsey McMaster, Lyvia Migliaccio, Kenny Nauta, Emily Sullivan, Molly Becker, Isabella Correa, Jack Ferreira, Ethan Grobleski, Samantha Long, Michael Russo, Kristin Collyer, Joseph Gary, Courtney Greene, Ella Langley, Ashton Lindner, Grace Looke, Brett Lucier, Peter Scannell, Marissa Zacchini, Phineas Chera, Emily Fader, Luca Finton, Natalia Gallo, Griffin Kelly, Claire Koosa, Jeffrey Luce, Anna McCarthy, Jennelle Nauta, Nathan Reynolds, Davison Richards, Alexander Shvayko, and Ava Tosca.
The following students have achieved Honors recognition for quarter one by earning an 80 or above in every course: Maxwell Civilinski, Ally DelFavero, Zachary Drew, Xavier Enokian, Tyler Evans, Kennedy Ford, Mykayla Garvey, Kyleigh Gomes, Ashley Gustafson, Michael Ivy, Robert Koosa, Shawn Marquebreuck, Leonard Mastandrea, Alexis Morisset, Murphy O’Shea, Christina Rogers, Bailey Rose, Alexa Ariagno, Caitlin Bazinet, Mia Burgess, Arielle Caporale, Alan Chen, Mia DiPaolo, Victoria Flaherty, Isabella Gambarini, Kellan Geake, Braydon Gendron, Ava Grobleski, Moose Hoagland, Madigan Kelley, Stefan Lumsden, Connor MacLeod, Cora O’Keefe, Isabella Palumbo, Ashley Souto, Jillian Allen, Ashley Bailey, Domenic Bonito, Andy Chen, Anna Conlon, Corynn Fader, Bailey Gettings, Scott LaFleur, Madison Moore, Jayden Nogueras, Rinoa Penna, Bodie Redmond, Aiden Sansoucie, Ryan Sullivan, Elena Timo, Elise Dean, Benjamin Fearing, Reese Fitzpatrick, Kelvin Frye, Caleb Kean, Ella Martitz, Emilie Moll Quinn Moriarty, Jacob Roux, Shane Traver, and Brooke Wrighter
Join us for the Innovation Pathways presentation to be held on Monday, October 25, 2021, at 6 pm in the BHS Auditorium. The intended audience is for students and families in grades 6-9.
Bourne High School has been awarded a planning grant to implement Innovation Pathways. This is programming that connects coursework with the world of work. It helps students see the relevance in their coursework and develop skills that align with high-need industry sectors.
Local Scholarships are beginning to be posted! Check them out under the Scholarships & Financial Aid tab above. In the upcoming months the guidance department will offer scholarship workshops. Students are welcome to visit guidance for questions any time.
On October 13th, students in grades 9-11 will be participating in the School Day PSAT and grade 12 students will sit for the SAT. Juniors, your PSAT is part of the National Merit Scholarship Qualifier Test (NMSQT) program. PSATs are also used to help you prepare for personalized test practice through your College Board accounts, as well as predict your success in future Advanced Placement coursework. No registration or payment is needed- just show up to school on time!
Juniors & Seniors, college representative visits are beginning soon. Check out the visit calendar periodically to see which schools will be hosting information sessions. If you are interested in attending, please come to the guidance office that morning for a pass. Attendance does require teacher permission so remember to check in with them in advance.
Seniors, join your guidance counselors on Wednesday, September 15th for a College Workshop. We are offering workshops during both lunch periods and after school. You only need to attend one. We will be going over the application process, letter of rec requests, sending test scores, how to set up your Common App and more. Bring your questions and chromebooks! This is an important event for seniors who are applying Early Action or Early Decision and beneficial to all students who are pursuing regular deadlines.
BHS is offering 2 School Day SAT testing sessions- no cost and no registration. Testing dates are based on cohort to ensure appropriate social distancing, spacing and safety guidelines are in place. Please check reference your email for the information regarding testing details and if you have specific questions about your testing date, please reach out to your guidance counselor.
As a reminder,
April 13th- Cohort A, students attending school in person both cohorts, and remote students with last names A-J
April 27th- Cohort B and remote students with last names K-Z
Please arrive to school on time and bring a calculator and pencil.
10th &11th grade girls: This summer, Woods Hole Sea Grant and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are teaming up with Earthwatch Institute for the Girls in Science (GiS) Fellowship to offer a free one-week summer science fellowship to explore a variety of STEM activities. Get exposed to a variety of marine careers in STEM & work with a team of researchers. See attached flyer to learn more about the upcoming info session and the application process.
The Bourne PTA is hosting a photo contest! The winning prize will be posted in the Bourne Enterprise. Prizes will also be awarded to honorable mentions. Please send your photos to Bournepta.@gmail.com by March 26th.
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