After learning about the medieval, renaissance and baroque styles, the Italian IV classes examined paintings from those periods with the help of an MFA museum teacher. Italian V, instead, focused on Impressionism and the art periods that followed it in the modern era, after stopping in the three areas dedicated to impressionist painters, students and … More BHS Italian classes visit Boston’s MFA
This year, the World Language Department welcomes Spanish teacher, Ms. Duhamel, to our team. Check out her teacher profile at the BHS Help Desk blog!
Daniel Downie is November’s World Language Student of the Month. Dan was nominated by his Latin teacher, Mr. Stringer, and here are a few kind words about Dan as a Latin student: Dan is a sophomore who, though he had no previous Latin experience, transferred this year into Latin II. He is by far the … More BHS Latin student, Daniel Downie, is November’s WL Student of the Month
BHS Italian teacher, Signora Hoerle, and her Italian Club students delivered baked goods to Lahey Clinic’s Oncology Center yesterday afternoon. It was a very moving experience for the students and teacher advisor. The students explained how they are grateful for the staff’s work. The baked goods were passed out to all of the personnel in … More Italian Club recognizes Lahey Clinic for their tremendous impact on our community!
Italian IV Honors has been reviewing the difference between the present perfect and the imperfect tense in Italian. As a final project, students created commercials for a new product in which the two tenses were used to describe how the product was invented, its features, and how it can improve people’s lives. One of the … More The “Banana Phone” project
Members of the French Club executive members delivered homemade cookies to the Burlington Police Department on Friday after school. One of the police officers who met Madame Price and her students at the door was so appreciative of their little gifts. They thanked the police officers for being phenomenal at what they do each and every day and … More Madame Price and her French Club students spread holiday cheer