Beverly High School will host 8th Grade Open House on Thursday, November 6 from 6:00 to 8:00. Parents and students interested in learning about the academic and extracurricular programs that BHS has to offer are invited to attend. The evening will begin in the auditorium with a presentation from Principal Gallagher.
Nomination forms for Student Council positions are available in the fourth floor office and are due this Friday, October 31.
Have a say in your school and run!
Senior Parents! Get ready for the wonderful “Up All Night Graduation party” which BHS hosts for our seniors! The committee is gearing up for a FABULOUS night and celebration for our kids! Seniors save the date: Sunday Night June 7th 2015 to Monday morning June 8th 2015.
Raise money for Up All Night every time you buy groceries! We need your help! To fund this event we are participating in the Stop & Shop A+ Program. Sign up and get your friends to sign up – they don’t have to live or shop in Beverly! We currently have 84 families signed-up and we need 150 families to make our goal. Go to http://www.stopandshop.com/savings-and-rewards/rewards-program/aplus/ to register. BHS ID #10164. Contact Amy Norton at email@example.com if you need any help to register your card. Send me your 13 digit number on your purple card and the first three letters of your last name.
Take a look at why it is important here – http://www.slideshare.net/bfecteau/compost-40009909
Dear Friends of Beverly High School:
On behalf of the Beverly High School PTSO, we would like to thank you for your continued support and generous donations to Beverly High School.
Enrolling over 1300 students, Beverly High provides a safe, respectful environment in which all students are challenged to reach their academic and social potential. BHS offers a 1:1 laptop program connecting kids to curriculum through cutting edge technology.
Founded in 1858, BHS has a proud tradition of educating Beverly’s children and offers 13 Advanced Placement courses, four foreign languages, six science laboratories and numerous fine arts courses; over 94% of students go on to two or four year colleges.
Proceeds from this event benefit all BHS students by helping with curriculum support including:
BevCam Purchases 3 new iMac 27′s and 11 external hard drives for BHS Media
Each iMac features 3 terabytes, wireless mouse and keyboard, editing software, and disk burning capability. Beverly High School appreciates the strong support, 21st century vision, and commitment to project based learning that Walter Kosmoski has fostered in the revamping of the media classes with Beverly High School this past three years. Kim Allyn, BevCam Studio Manager, an advocate for sharing technology with Beverly High School has lead the way with the purchase and implementation of the new equipment. BHS is also thankful to Robert Dokes, Studio Associate for his continued partnership in technology education and Studio Associate Matt Greenberg for his technology support. Beverly High School wholeheartedly thanks Paul Earl, BevCam’s President of the Board of Directors as well as the entire board.
Educatius International is Looking for Host Families in Beverly:
Open your heart and your home…share our unique community! Invite an International student into your home.
Educatius is currently accepting Host Family applications for the September 2014 school year. Educatius is seeking families that want to open their home to an international student. Host families are to provide a warm and supportive home and family environment, students should become part of your family. Educatius offers a monthly stipend of $700.00 for each student placed in the home. Each family can host up to 2 students. This can be a positive and rewarding experience for everyone in your family. Hosting a student can provide you with amazing opportunities and lifelong friendships.
Beverly High School has been awarded 2 media awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (New England/Boston Chapter) for student, Emily Auday’s music video “who am I? a self portrait” and Daniel Lee’s short fiction “The Forgotten Knick Knack.”
In addition, the school received honorable mention for Emily Auday’s “Thought Machine” (short nonfiction) and honorable mention for Carissa Angelo, Charlie Boschen, and Caitlyn Ogiba’s “Skit Chat” show(long fiction).