Research Students Win Awards at State Science Fair, Mertzlufft to Compete at International Fair

BH-BL High School and Science Research students rake in the awards at the Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair (GCRSEF), which is a state-level fair for the International Science and Engineering Fair sponsored by Regeneron. Congratulations to the following students for their incredible work, dedication, and success: High School Science Research senior Lilly Mertzlufft …

HS Students Win at Regional SkillsUSA, Advance to State Competition

Congratulations to BH-BL High School and Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical Education students for winning awards at the Regional SkillsUSA competition where they competed against 370 other students from area high schools. Nice work and good luck to Dane Fendrick for taking 1st place in the Electrical Trades category and advancing to the state …

Wood, Law Named Regional Art Show Winners

Congratulations to art students Caleb Wood (grade 10) and Clara Law (grade 12) whose artwork won awards at the prestigious High School Juried Regional Show at the Opalka Gallery at Russell Sage.  Nice job!

High School Students Participate in Model UN Conference, Receive Award of Distinction

In early March, nearly two dozen BH-BL High School students in CIVITAS Club joined more than 5,000 students from 70 countries around the world in participating in the National High School Model United Nations conference in New York City. “This conference is one of the most distinguished Model UN conferences in the world,” explains high …

Calendar Change: K-5 Half Day of School for Solar Eclipse, April 8

Due to the historic solar eclipse that will impact a large part of the country, the BH-BL administration has switched the K-5 half day of school from the originally scheduled April 25 to Monday, April 8. (Thursday, April 25 will remain a half day of school for 6-12, only.) The eclipse will occur at the …

Ever hear of water pianos?

Charlton Heights students taking Coding Club with teachers Lauren Kritz and Chris Deso got their hands wet as they dove into a new project making water pianos. The students, using the software program “Scratch,” first learned how to code piano keys on their computers. Then they used  Makey Makeys, which are circuit boards that are …