BHS Italian Club Celebrates Italian Heritage Month by Building an Italian Heritage Tree

The idea of celebrating Italian Heritage Month by creating an Italian Heritage Tree came about at our first Italian Club meeting. As soon as we finalized our plan, we decided to involve all of the Italian classes. The display consists of a giant tree from which leaves are blown towards the U.S. flag. Over the … More BHS Italian Club Celebrates Italian Heritage Month by Building an Italian Heritage Tree

Student Reflections from this year’s BHS Italian Exchange Program

Neil’s reflection: I rarely say that an experience has changed my life. Often, experiences broaden my perspective, expand my comfort zone, or expose me to novel ideas and people. Rarely, though, does an experience do all of these things; this exchange program did. I would like to begin by acknowledging the family I made through … More Student Reflections from this year’s BHS Italian Exchange Program

BHS Celebrates National Foreign Language Week through Art

Last month, various World Language classes explored the cultures of their target language through art. The teachers exposed their students to specific forms of art prevalent in the culture where the target language is spoken. After researching the art, students created their very own masterpiece, which are now on display in the World Languages hallway. … More BHS Celebrates National Foreign Language Week through Art

Seeing Your Shadow – Part II – A Day in the Life of BHS Student through the Eyes of a Teacher

by Gregory Stringer  2/6/2018 Last Friday, February 2nd, Groundhog Day, I was fortunate to have one of my very best students, Amanda McCombs, as my “shadow” for BHS’ job shadow day. A consummate learner, Amanda is considering a career in education and thought it would be fun and enlightening to see what a school day is … More Seeing Your Shadow – Part II – A Day in the Life of BHS Student through the Eyes of a Teacher