Class of 2019,
You are just days away from being seniors--congrats! We wanted to provide you with a few important details regarding SATs before your summer break begins.
First, a reminder that we will be hosting the new August SAT date this year. The exam will be held on Saturday, August 25th at 8:00 am at Bourne High School. The deadline to register is July 27th and students can access the registration through their online College Board accounts. This is a great opportunity for any students who plan on applying Early Action or Early Decision to colleges as you will have your scores back in plenty of time for those early deadlines.
We also have another new SAT opportunity available this coming 2018-2019 school year. Traditionally students in grades 9-11 have taken the PSAT during the school day in October. This year, we are adding an SAT school day option for seniors as well. What this means is that all seniors will be taking the SAT during the school day on Wednesday, October 10th. You will not need to register for this test administration and more importantly, you will not need to pay for it either! It will count as an official SAT and can be used for college admissions purposes.
We will also still be offering traditional Saturday test dates in October and November for those interested.
As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to your guidance counselor for more information.
At this point we have visited all senior English classes to distribute 3 forms that seniors need to fill out before they leave us :( Just a reminder to have these forms and any necessary supporting documentation in to the guidance office by next Friday, May 18th. If you need another copy of anything, please stop by the guidance office. Thank you.
The following students have achieved Highest Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 90 or above in every course: George Carpenter, Hannah Davies, Carly LaCasse, Ryan Mahoney, Katherine Peddicord, Hailey Rondeau, Donia Siroonian, Grace Callahan, John Correira, Chloe Devine, Evan Grant, Ian Milliken, Adelina Sederman, Iqra Amin, Steven Barmashi, Kieran Berestecky, Michael Bonito, Mya Cohen, Kaya Fernandes, Morgan Goodwin, Virginia Johnston, Phoebe Medeiros, Joseph Morisset, Caitlin O’Connor, Theresa Snyder, Brendan Sullivan, Kerstin Surrette, Patrick Sweeney, Sophia Amaral, Avery Hathaway, Amelia Kapuscinski, Marques Lassell, William Mackie, Kiely O’Connor, Jaxon Prophett, Sophia Sederman, Gabriel Sequeira, Lily Travers, and Serena Tura.
The following students have achieved High Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 85 or above in every course: Beatrice Davis-Fox, Anthony Demayo, Grace Dufromont, Nicholas Fasoli, Louis Gordon, Mia Hall, Alexis Marsh-Vermette, Kylie McDonnell, Katherine Collyer, Olivia Fitzpatrick, Emma Greene, Max Hess, Emilie Kowzic, Kameryn McAnaugh, Jayana McGuire, Ronny Nauta Siavichay, Joseph Petrillo, Ralph Petrozziello, Kalani Ryan, Daniel Strode, Madison Stuck, William Wieler, Jared Baptist, Megan Catton, James Clyburn, Alexandra Cunningham, Christopher Darcy, Amber Forbus, Logan Hawkes, Chloe Melendez, David Nitschke, Sohrob Nyman, Ethan Peterson, Amoretta Souza, Kelly Ann Bertozzi, Brianna Bouchard, Delaney Clyburn, Olivia DeSantis, Kayla Doucette, Gracie Healey, Avy Kennedy, Zoey Kennedy, Erika Mann, Joseph Metcalf, Holly Miller, Andrew Murphy, Hayley O’Connor, Amanda Orciuch, Jillian Orth, Nicholas Petrillo, Kaitlyn Riley, Faith Sexton, Emily Strojny, Julia Turner, Emma Vickery, and Austin Winchester.
The following students have achieved Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 80 or above in every course: Lauren Angell, Destiny Barsell, Sara Bianchini, Anthony Borges Jr., Matthew Caron, Alexis Davis, Samuel Emerson, Kyle Fortune, Maria Giovanoni, Samuel Johnston, Monique Jones, Brandon Manter, Rania Souza, Jordan Torpey, Hannah Violette, Abigail Ariagno, Karlee Darcy, Christopher Evangelista, Emma Fenton, Emily Hamblin, Haley Hannon-Potts, Joseph Hess, Eden McKenna-Bateman, Hailey McWade, Jacqueline Meier, John Neil, Caitlin Ouellette, Isabella Reader, Kyle Robbins, Spencer Rose, Matthew Sheehy, Alexander Sorenti-Burns, Molly Veiga, Harmony Wichelns, Ethan Cryan, Deirdre Dayton, Makayla Diaz, Alexander Dunn, Lily Anne Evans, Alyssa French, Michelle Gallerani, Tyler LaCasse, Michael Maloney, Brooke McCallum, Ella McDonnell, Madelyn Muttart, Jaslynn Rodrigues, Analise Rogers, Kourtney Sassone, Mary Schmitt, Jaimon Scott, Gavin Smith, Emily Wing, Emma Busnengo, Sean Correia, Jason Correira, Cavan Cronin, Isabella DiPaolo, Cassidy Fader, Brady Fitzpatrick, Jessica LaFlamme, Alexander Lane, Joshua Lassell, Matthew Lassell, Brianna Lewis, Jake Lunedei, Lorelei Rattlinggourd, Cooper Ream, Jonathan Sheehy, Joshua Studley, Aaysham Tahir, and Rebecca Wilson.
This is a great opportunity for sophomores, juniors, and their parents/guardians to learn more about the college admissions process from the perspective of experienced admissions representatives from selective universities.
Congressman Keating is once again hosting a Service Academy Information Night at Mass Maritime Academy on Friday, May 4, 2018 at 6 PM. Please see the flyer below for more details.
Our College Planning Night for Parents and Students has been rescheduled to Wednesday, March 28 at 6:00 pm in the BHS Library. We hope to see you there!
We invite parents and guardians to join us for a College Planning Night on Wednesday, March 14th at 6:00 pm in the BHS Library. We will go over the application process, SATs, financial aid, and more! Hope to see you there!
Juniors are invited to attend our College Planning Workshop during Enrichment on Thursday, March 8th. We will go over the application process, SAT registration and more. Don't miss out! There will be a sign up option on the Enrichment form.
The following students have achieved Highest Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 90 or above in every course: Hannah Davies, Beatrice Davis-Fox, Samuel Johnston, Carly LaCasse, Kylie McDonnell, Katherine Peddicord, Hailey Rondeau, John Correira, Chloe Devine, Evan Grant, Emma Greene, Max Hess, Jayana McGuire, Ian Milliken, Isabella Reader, Adelina Sederman, Iqra Amin, Jared Baptist, Steven Barmashi, Kieran Berestecky, Michael Bonito, Mya Cohen, Kaya Fernandes, Virginia Johnston, Joseph Morisset, Sohrob Nyman, Theresa Snyder, Brendan Sullivan, Kerstin Surrette, Patrick Sweeney, Sophia Amaral, Kelly Ann Bertozzi, Brianna Bouchard, Jason Correira, Olivia DeSantis, Isabella DiPaolo, Avery Hathaway, Gracie Healey, Amelia Kapuscinski, Marques Lassell, William Mackie, Kiely O’Connor, Amanda Orciuch, Jaxon Prophett, Kaitlyn Riley, Sophia Sederman, Emily Strojny, Lily Traver, Emma Vickery, and Rebecca Wilson.
The following students have achieved High Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 85 or above in every course: Lauren Angell, Gerald Carpenter, Grace Dufromont, Nicholas Fasoli, Kyle Fortune, Louis Gordon, Abigail Ariagno, Grace Callahan, Katherine Collyer, Olivia Fitzpatrick, Haley Hannon-Potts, Emilie Kowzic, Kameryn McAnaugh, Joseph Petrillo, Ralph Petrozziello, Kyle Robbins, Matthew Sheehy, Molly Viega, James Clyburn, Christopher Darcy, Makayla Diaz, Alexander Dunn, Logan Hawkes, Ella McDonnell, Phoebe Medeiros, Chloe Melendez, Madelyn Muttart, David Nitschke, Caitlin O’Connor, Analise Rogers, Kourtney Sassone, Olivia Barry, Chase Broadway, Emma Busnengo, Delaney Clyburn, Kayla Doucette, Emily Furciniti, Avy Kennedy, Zoey Kennedy, Jessica LaFlamme, Alexander Lane, Joshua Lassell, Matthew Lassell, Sunshine Law, Brianna Lewis, Erika Mann, Joseph Metcalf, Andrew Murphy, Jillian Orth, Nicholas Petrillo, Nadia Prairie, Cooper Ream, Gabriel Sequeira, Faith Sexton, Isabelle Stone, Joshua Studley, Serena Tura, Julia Turner, Kathleen Weiler, and Austin Winchester.
The following students have achieved Honors recognition for the quarter by earning a 80 or above in every course: Sara Bianchini, Anthony Borges Jr., Nicholas Carlow, Alexis Davis, Anthony Demayo, Maria Giovanoni, Mia Hall, Brandon Ivy, Ryan Mahoney, Alexis Marsh-Vermette, Cameron McNulty, Nicholas Newbold, Jenna O’Melia, Donia Siroonian, Rania Souza, Jordan Torpey, Gianna Cavaleri, Karlee Darcy, Caroline Denver, Emma Fenton, Jackleen Geiler, Emily Hamblin, Izzabella Helmuth, Joseph Hess, Monique Jones, Regan McCabe, Eden McKenna-Bateman, Hailey McWade, Ronny Nauta Siavichay, Caitlin Ouellette, Sabrina Silverbrand, Alexander Sorenti-Burns, Daniel Strode, Trevor Violette, Harmony Wichelns, William Wieler, Jada Blake, Madeline Burg, Megan Catton, Ethan Cryan, Alexandra Cunningham, Deirdre Dayton, Lily Anne Evans, Michelle Gallerani, Morgan, Goodwin, Caitlin Harper, Tyler LaCasse, Marisa Lovering, Pablo Perez, Ethan Ream, Mary Schmitt, Ethan Smith, Amoretta Souza, Emily Wing, Megan Baker, Sean Correia, Cavan Cronin, Julia Elicier, Brady Fitzpatrick, Paige Fritz, Cherokee Law, Kaylee McHugh, Jason Nee Jr., Alexandra O’Brien, Hayley O’Connor, Olivia Perrone, Lorelei Rattlinggourd, Jessica Rosati, Nicolas Santucci, Jonathan Sheehy, Aaysham Tahir, and Jayson Wirsen.
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