• Medical Academy Field Trip

      Students on a field trip to Saint Joseph Hospital to take a tour and hear from various health professionals about the role that medical ethics play in the work that they do each and every day.

      Field trip

    • Medical Academy Summer Reading!

      Medical Academy PBL and summer reading is off to a great start. Students are reading The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and using this to discuss medical ethics. It is about a woman whose cells were taken without her knowledge in 1951 and used for experimentation that would lead to the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping, and more. Her cells continue to be bought and sold by the billions, yet she remains virtually unknown, and her family can’t afford health insurance. Many of our students are already studying this in their English, Social Studies, and Principals of Health classes to develop a BSHS Medical Academy Student Code of Ethics Handbook (Project Based Learning).

      book reveal

       
    • PBIS

      We just had our first rewards day of this kind and it was a complete success!  Celebrating students with outdoor activities, food trucks, etc.

       
    • StationArts

      Visual Art

      At the Youth Art Juried Exhibition at the Living Arts and Science Center:

      • Jade Finley received an honorable mention for her weaving
      • Taylor Cleveland received 3rd place and $50 for her digital artwork.
      • Jared Reding received 1st place overall and $100 for his photograph, Isolation.

      Choir

      Please congratulate Rylea Lewis and Asheline DHaiti this week. They both medaled at state level with vocal solos. Most difficult catagory earning “proficient “. I am super proud of these young ladies.

       

      Band

      Band awards banquet last week included the following highlights:

      Top award, John Philip Sousa Award: Asia Thomas, senior

      Top Jazz award, Louis Armstrong Award: Riley Logan, senior

       

      Outstanding Junior: Kate Jones

      Outstanding Sophomore: Austin Murray

      Outstanding Freshman: Josie Grant

       
    • Station Studios

      Station Studios had our first screening of our movies at the Lyric Theater. It was a very successful event and we look forward to it growing over the years.

       
    • Guitar Class

      Guitar- Two successful concerts (one going on tonight!) and 5 students participated in State Solo & Ensemble, 4 proficient ratings and one Distinguished. And Logan Florence was selected to Governors’ school for the Arts on Guitar and Cello, and he is currently in the running for a spot in the first ever All-National Guitar Ensemble

       
    • Microsoft Office Certification

      Although our numbers keep growing every day, we are pleased to have totaled 50 Microsoft Office Certificates to date.

      Microsoft Word – 29

      Microsoft PowerPoint – 16

      Microsoft Excel – 4

      Microsoft Access – 1

      Our first student to pass all four certifications is Sierra Wise, a freshman.

       
    • Educators Rising

      6 of our future educators and members of the EdRising club are participating at the National competition in Orlando, Florida in June

       
    • Latin Dance Team

      Mother's day event this past Saturday at Masterson Station was a success. We provided information of how to access the Infinite campus application to more than 200 families. We were there until 8pm. The Latin dance team performed and the SIP students volunteered the whole event from 3-8pm. Also some of our seniors received an Ethnic Sash.