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FCCLA state convention garners national qualifiers

April 11, 2019 10:21am | Kaline Martinez

COME ONE, COME ALL … It was a circus-themed event for the FCCLA State convention this year. On Wednesday afternoon, 37 local members headed to Dallas to compete and volunteer at the event. National Programs in Action Junior and Senior competed on Thursday. The groups prepared […]

UIL Academics takes district, looks ahead to regionals

April 10, 2019 10:13am | Andrea Garcia

The  high school  has earned the title of District Academic UIL Champions for the third year in a row. With multiple teams winning their contests, the overall score for BHS was almost 300 points higher than the second-place school. ¨This year we have the most […]

Freshmen teach English class

March 30, 2019 8:22pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

It was the students’ turn to teach the class. Armed with their slide projects and children’s books, the groups taught one another about the plot and literary devices. “When I am older, I am really debating whether I should become an elementary teacher or not,” […]

Math students compete in San Antonio

March 25, 2019 8:46pm | April Martinez

Senior Jose Sanchez and Junior Bailey Chase made their way to San Antonio during Spring Break for a State Texas Math and Science Coaches Association (TMSCA) competition. Both participated in Number Sense and Mathematics. “It was a good experience because the competition was amazing and […]

CX teams compete at state

March 22, 2019 7:37pm | Kaline Martinez

The CX teams extended their spring break with a twist, heading to Austin where they spent their time fighting for wins and a shot at finals. Junior Colby Menefee accomplished a first for a BHS student, earning top speaker in the 3A competition. “It was […]

Biology students enjoy candy lab

March 15, 2019 8:25pm | Sheri Donaldson

The students sat in their desks, eyeing the pile of candy in front of them. As soon as they were given the green light, students reached for jelly beans, chewed in anticipation, and, in most cases, spit them right back out again. The biology classes […]

OAP competes in district contest

March 13, 2019 8:42pm | Kayleigh Rhodes

The students load the bus with all of their props and costumes. Butterflies flutter in their stomachs as they arrive at the school where they will be performing. As the time begins to wind down and they prepare to present their play, nervous jitters shake […]

Organizations work together to gather donations

March 13, 2019 8:10pm | Josalyn Taylor

One of the main focuses of FCCLA is community service. When the organization competes in a city, they always give to the people in that city that needs it. As the members prepare for their state contests, they are also gathering items to bring with […]

Students practice health skills on each other

March 12, 2019 9:10pm | Andrea Garcia

Teacher Megan McMullen´s Anatomy class has been learning about the circulatory system. As a learning exercise, they learned how to measure each others’ blood pressure from several different body points. There are several students in the class who are currently working on their CNA Certificate. These […]

FFA members visit Capitol

February 28, 2019 8:20pm | Kaline Martinez

From new members to alumni. They all gathered from all over Texas to unite as one.   FFA members from across the state converged on the Capitol for their annual FFA Day. “I was really tired and excited to visit, meet people and get out […]