Thank you again for all you do to make our school system a first class educational community.
The 10th annual book drive is up and running! Gently used and new books can be dropped off at designated locations until May 15th. View press release for details and drop off locations.
After-school AP Sessions continue this week, every afternoon in Room C-21 through Friday (May 1), 2:00 - 2:45.
SAT Dates as Follows:
- June 6, 2015 Test Date - Registration Deadline is May 8
- For More Information AND Practice Tests http://www.collegeboard.org
- April 18 Test Date - Registration Deadline is March 13
- June 13 Test Date - Registration Deadline is May 8
- For More Information: http://www.act.org
May 4-8 and May 11-15, 2015
AP Art Studio. All Digital Submissions Must be into Collegeboard by May 1 and forwarded to the teachers.
Michelle Le! Sadly we did not win the chariot race, but we did win an award in the theatrical contest thanks to Rebecca Zoufaly Patterson and Veronica Wylie. See some highlights of the day below.
next year and playing on the Division 2
Field Hockey Team! Here she is signing her letter of intent to attend & play.
- April 28 5-9
- May 2 8-12
- May 5 5-9
- May 11 5-9
- May 16 8-12
- May 18 5-9
May 9, at 7:30pm, The BHS Quadrivium will join The Salisbury Singers for a concert entitled
THE AMERICAN SPIRITUAL TRADITION
500 SALISBURY ST.
WORCESTER, MA 01609
From slave times right up until today, African Americans have created meaningful and inspiring music. Salisbury Singers will explore 150 years of this folk music we call the “spiritual.” From William Dawson and Jester Hairston to Moses Hogan and André Thomas, these composers have given us music that will have your toes tapping and your heart swelling! Salisbury Singers is pleased to be joined on this concert by the Burncoat High School Quadrivium choir.
Student tickets available for $10 at the door with student id
A Night with Elsa and Anna - Frozen!
Wednesday, May 20 at the Hanover Theater!
For More Information
Sign up for Tutoring in Room B 2!
- This exam is for first time grade 10 students
- This exam is for first time Biology students, typically all of grade 9.
Graduation Rehearsal is May 22!
Also on June 2 at 9:30 AM at the DCU
Graduation Night is June 2, 6:00PM at DCU Center
The BHS Junior/Senior Prom will be Friday, May 29 @ Mechanics Hall. Price per student is $45.00. Deposits were due on 4/17. The remaining balance will be collected on May 18, 19, and 20.
We have 2 classes who are asking for assistance in purchasing needed items for their classrooms. Please look at their pages below and help in any way you can! Thank you!
- Mrs. Wrenn & Mrs. Muschetta Smith in room E6 have created a donors page. Their students need materials for hands-on activities. LEGOs and erector sets will help with creativity, language, and academic learning. Headphones are for reading groups. Click here to learn more about their project & donate!
- Mr. Donington in the E.S.L. Dept has also created a donors choose page. He is looking to purchase chromebook laptops for all of his students so each student can work on a computer at the same time during class. Chromebooks for College & Career Readiness. Click here to learn more about his goals & to donate.
Burncoat High School will host a free Youth Heart Screening for ages 12 thru 19 in honor of Josh Thibodeau on May 21, 2015 2pm - 7:30 pm. The JTHHF was created in memory of Josh Thibodeau, who suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and died in 2011 at a soccer camp at the age of 12. Josh had an undiagnosed heart condition. We are trying to save young lives in Josh's name, and prevent parents, like us, from unnecessary heartache. Please see the website for more information.
The Talent at BHS is amazing! Burncoat's Got Talent Night was a great success. Thank you to all who planned the event, participated in the event, judged, and attended! Can't wait to see how many more contestants we have next year. Check out some of the video highlights below!
Sports Night is going to be Wednesday, May 27
Burncoat High School started its spring 2015 VHS classes. 25 students are presently enrolled. They are pursuing exciting online courses like Criminology, Constitutional Law, Entrepreneurship, Screenwriting Fundamentals, and Mandarin Chinese, among others.
For over 9 years, The Virtual High School (VHS) Collaborative has been part of Burncoat. They offer full-time and supplemental online courses in STEM, AP®, Honors, Gifted & Talented, and electives to help prepare students for college and careers.
Thinking about signing up for one of many classes with VHS, that’s great! The next semester is fall 2015. In the meantime, get information for classes from Ms. Cartagena in B2 or the VHS Collaborative website. Dates for signing up will be announced in the spring.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR STUDENTS
Scheduling for Next Year has begun! Check in with your guidance counselor to create the perfect academic schedule for your future!
|School Hours: 7:20 am - 1:43 pm
Burncoat High School will continue to implement a formal communication system as a means to transfer information on effective practices and needs. All faculty will participate on a regular basis in professional development activities targeted toward the school’s Instructional Focus and the school-wide Best Practices. All students will experience a rigor-based curriculum taught through instructional strategies meant to improve reading comprehension as measured by MAPS, MCAS, PSAT, ACT, ACCESS, and AP scores as well as other formative assessments.