Mark your calendars! Junior College Planning Meeting this Wednesday the 13th AOT 1:00. The link will be available on the classroom & landing page. Please make every effort to attend if you are planning on going to college next year. The parent version of our meeting will be held at 6pm via zoom . Students are welcome to attend that as well.
Seniors, do you have questions about your college applications or need some guidance on filling them out? Drop into a help session anytime during AOT 1/8. The link will be on the guidance class of 2021 google classroom page and the landing page
Seniors, local scholarships are out! Be sure to check the scholarship list (located on the guidance landing page playlists) periodically as more will continue to be added over the next couple of months. Make sure to fill out the Central Scholarship!
Any senior interested in applying to CCCC, join us at 1:00 during AOT for a virtual zoom info session! The application for the fall is now open. If you send in an application, let Ms. Christensen know so you don't miss out on important future updates. If you need help filling out the app, schedule an appt. with Ms. Christensen.
The BHS Guidance Department would like to invite you to the Junior College Planning Night for Parents on Wednesday, January 13th at 6:00 pm. All parents and guardians are welcome to attend. Topics to be discussed include: the college search process and timeline, admissions process and testing, financial aid, and more. We will send out a zoom link in early January
The following students have achieved Highest Honors recognition for quarter one by earning a 90 or above in every course: Sophia Amaral, Brianna Bouchard, Olivia DeSantis, Isabella DiPaolo, Brady Fitzpatrick, Emily Furciniti, Avery Hathaway, Amelia Kapuscinski, Erika Mann, Kaylee McHugh, Andrew Murphy, Kiely O’Connor, Sophia Sederman, Faith Sexton, Jonathan Sheehy, Emily Strojny, Lily Traver, Serena Tura, Amelia Warwick, Kathleen Wieler, Nora Barmashi, Bridget Berestecky, Angelina Bonito, Michael Carrara, Kai Chen, Emma Correira, Emily DeGowin, Ava Fenton, Grace Gobeil, Hannah Greene, Nikolas Gugliotta, Delaney Jensen, John Kahian, Robert Koosa, Colby Lindner, Mia Madge, Kenny Nauta, Caroline Peddicord, Kiley Reed, Grace Russell, Connor Ryan, Grace Smalley, Emily Sullivan, Isabella Trepanier, Taylor Wing, Joseph Carrara, Morgan Chaves, Jolie Czyryca, Taylor Dodge, Victoria Flaherty, Vanessa Fleck, Kendall Fortune, Braydon Gendron, Ava Grobleski, Quinn Hawkes, Craig Hill, Benjamin Hopwood, Heather Lapworth, Stefan Lumsden, Connor MacLeod, Isabella Palumbo, Michael Russo, Quinn Schwefler, Madison Sexton, Ashley Souto, Owen Surrette, Sarah Sweeney, Delaeni Bearce, Casey Berman, Trevor Billard, Domenic Bonito, Zoey Cardinal, Andy Chen, Courtney Greene, Sophia Jackson, Maya Kapuscinski, Jadyn Morrell, Heer Patel, Peter Scannell, Jacob Semple, David Shaw, Sophia Sheehy, Angelina Triplett, Malcolm Wallace, Maeve West, and Jaden Widdiss-Hendricks.
The following students have achieved High Honors recognition for quarter one by earning an 85 or above in every course: Olivia Barry, Emma Busnengo, Jacob Cardinal, Alexander Carlow, Jason Correira, Avy Kennedy, Grace Leach, Joseph Metcalf, Holly Miller, Hayley O’Connor, Amanda Orciuch, Nicholas Petrillo, Jessica Rosati, Nicolas Santucci, Brendan Schwefler, Isabelle Stone, Mercedes Suarez, Aaysham Tahir, Austin Undzis, Jaelyn Dohring, Xavier Enokian, Kennedy Ford, Kyleigh Gomes, Devonia Lewis, Kelsey McMaster, Kalista Mitchell, Yasmin Nyman, Landry O’Shea, Murphy O’Shea, Zachary Pike, Silas Rauch, Alexa Ariagno, Anna Carafoli, Conner Dinn, Mia DiPaolo, Jack Ferreira, Kellan Geake, Grace Hebb, Brooke Lunedei, Michael Murphy, Vansh Patel, Hannah Wenzel, Caleigh Wrighter, Ava Baker, Leah Barlow, Cassidy Bonzagni, Logan Broadway, Jacob Cathcart, Kristen Collyer, Anna Conlon, Madison Doyle, Joseph Gary, Grace Looke, Mackenzie McMaster, Molly Murphy, Justin Nee, Sonja Poley, Ryan Sullivan, Elena Timo, and Marissa Zacchini.
The following students have achieved Honors recognition for quarter one by earning an 80 or above in every course: Haley Bowman, Kayla Doucette, Cassidy Fader, Gracie Healey, Zoey Kennedy, Jessica LaFlamme, Ian Lumsden, Alicen Marchi, Alexandra O’Brien, Gabriel Sequeira, Emmalyn Smith, Rhiannon Bearce, Audrey Caron, Logan Cook, Ashlyn Ethier, Tyler Evans, Mykayla Garvey, Eric Ierardi, Jenna McKay, Lyvia Migliaccio, Anne Rapoza, Thomas Sullivan, Shahzab Tufail, Molly Becker, Mary Berio-Rowlands, Alexander Fasoli, Ryan Fenton, Isabella Gambarini, Ethan Grobleski, Madigan Kelley, Krista Nee, Meghan Roche, Shea Ullo, Sommer Washabaugh, Jillian Allen, Ashley Bailey, Logan Cathcart, Ryan Collins, Corynn Fader, Bailey Gettings, Alexina Ghelfi, Olivia Gianelis, Ty Kelly, Leo LaFlamme, Scott LaFleur, Brett Lucier, Sadee Maurice, Caroline Moorhouse, Bodie Redmond, Tyler Santucci, Emily Smith, and Cooper White.
Mass Maritime Academy is offering 3 free Dual Enrollment courses for high school students this spring. Please see attached application and requirements. The deadline to apply and submit an official transcript is January 15th. Paper copies are available in the guidance office. www.maritime.edu/dual-enrollment
If you missed yesterday's workshop on the College Application Process, here are the slides and a video recording of the presentation. If you haven't met with your counselor regarding your post-secondary plan yet, please do so asap! Any questions, please let us know.
College Application Workshop #2
College Application Workshop #2 Video Recording
Are you the first person in your family to go to college? If you answered yes, then you won't want to miss out on the Coalition for College's panel discussion on Nov 19th @ 8pm. This event features admissions counselors who will share their insights on preparing for and succeeding in college and is designed to support students like you!
Seniors, the guidance department will be offering a second college application workshop on Wednesday 11/18 during AOT at 1:00. The virtual meeting link will be on the Guidance Class of 2021 Google Classroom page. Whether you are just beginning applications or have already completed them, we will be reviewing important action steps and providing an opportunity for questions. We hope to see you there.
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