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Bus drivers play an integral role in the safety and well
being of our students—and we want you
to be a part of that. We are looking for dedicated school bus
drivers to join our transportation team. Contact the BH-BL
Transportation Office at 399-9141,
ext. 83524 to learn more about becoming a driver.
Congratulations to BH-BL HS seniors Luke LeBel and Gwenda Law for taking first place in their sessions at this weekend's Junior Science & Humanities Symposium, and to Matthew Cyrus for taking second place in his session. LeBel and Law will move on to compete against 28 other students March 8 and 9 at the Upstate JSHS for the honor of representing New York State in the National Competition. Cyrus also advances and will compete in the poster session at the Upstate Fair. This is another outstanding example of academic excellence at BH-BL! We wish the students good luck at the next round of competitions!
Congratulations to the BH-BL HS art students whose sculptures were selected for the annual juried Art in Three Dimensions Show. [MORE]
Congratulations to the BH-BL HS students whose artwork was selected for the show "Represented" at... [MORE]
Congratulations to BH-BL HS business teacher Jen Wheeler for being named a top teacher by channel 13. Way to go Mrs. Wheeler! [NEWS VIDEO]
Dry ice bubbles, computer programming, Oobleck (aka Science Slime), Glow in the Dark Bubbles, CD Hovercrafts, Elephant Toothpaste, an Iodine Clock, and Lava Beakers were just some of the nearly 20 different science experiment stations that students in fourth grade were ... [READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS]
Congratulations to the BH-BL HS robotics team for doing so well in a recent competition at Albany Academy that it moves to the Regional Competition at PACE University. The team also took ... [READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS]
This past week representatives from Price Chopper presented BH-BL HS teacher Ms. Bach and students with a "Tools for Schools" check for 250,000 points for ... [READ MORE]
BH-BL Superintendent Patrick McGrath spoke to Gazette reporters about what the Governor's education budget proposal means for BH-BL--the state will continue to withhold more than $600K in state aid through the GEA and foundation aid will be flat. Tough decisions lay ahead for district leaders if the GEA is not restored. In the meantime, we encourage residents to reach out to local legislators to ask for the elimination of the GEA now--not over a two-year period. [READ GAZETTE ARTICLE] [ADVOCACY INFORMATION]
Congratulations to BH-BL HS student Nico Petel who was one of only two area students to receive the 2016 Student Courage Award, which is presented annually by the Martin Luther King Lecture series at Siena College. The Courage Award honors young men and women in the Capital Region who have demonstrated personal courage by taking positive action against racism, prejudice or bias-related violence in their community. Nico is the first BH-BL student to receive this award. Spartan Pride!
For the last 20 years BH-BL's Family & Consumer Sciences Department has operated a preschool, Kids Korner, in the spring at the high school. Kids Korner is a learning lab planned and implemented...[READ MORE]
Congratulations to the more than 110 students (and parents) who are part of the district's popular Jr. FIRST Lego League for ... [READ MORE]
Congratulations to BH-BL HS senior Allison Taft who was recently chosen to be an Albany Pro Musical apprentice for the second year in a row. This is a prestigious ... [READ MORE]
At its January meeting, the Board of Education approved the district's comprehensive technology investment plan that will be submitted to the state to be considered for SmartSchools Bond money...[READ MORE & VIEW PLAN]
At the 12th annual All Stars exhibition from Jan. 16 through Feb. 27, Saratoga Arts will showcase the work of Saratoga County high school students, including nine from BH-BL. Congratulations to ... [READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS]