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Will Economy earned the Seattle Times Prep Athlete of the Week. story
 
Crew news from the Covered Bridge Regatta. BI Crew placed 1st out of 13 high schools. Overall, 113 rowers from Bainbridge won gold, silver and bronze in 23 races.
 
First Robotics earned a trip to the World competition in St. Louis, MO, April 23-26. Way to go SPARTANS!

New Environmental Service Award available, info

BHS Announcements

  • 2014-2015 Option for Additional Zero Period Classes


    Beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, all high schools in the state of Washington will be offering a district average of 1080 instructional hours and the class of 2019 will need 24-credits for graduation (Currently BHS offers 1000 instructional hours and requires 23-credits).  In an effort to help schools begin to bridge towards this requirement, for the 2014-2015 school year, the state legislature has earmarked funds to allow BHS the opportunity to offer students some additional courses (at no additional cost for families) during the zero period hour;  A selected zero period course would be in addition to courses already selected during the pre-registration process .  THE ZERO PERIOD COURSE OFFERING IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE AN "OPENING" IN YOUR SCHEDULE.


    BHS is trying to gain a sense of interest as it pertains to this additional instructional opportunity.  To indicate interest, students &/or parent please go to the following link and complete the survey.



    Additionally, on our website under "site shortcuts," we have posted the PowerPoint that was presented to the BISD School Board prior to spring break and we will be hosting an information & question/answer session with Administrators and Counselors on Monday, April 14th at 7:00 PM in the BHS commons.    


    Jake Haley

    Principal

    Bainbridge High School

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  • Spring "Mid-Term" Progress Grade Reports

    March 28th marked the midway point for the spring semester at BHS. During the week of April 7 through April 11, teachers will be updating student progress so that all students and their parents can receive a “mid-term” progress report for each class. Parents and students are reminded that the mid-term grades are provided as a general indication of student achievement at the midpoint in the semester. These “grades” are not included on a student’s transcript. All teachers plan to have mid-term grades posted online by April 14. In addition to accessing this information via the family access component of our website, we will mail home a copy of mid-term grades during the week of April 14-18.
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