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  • Future Footprint  

    Future Footprint - Careers in Business, Management, and Administration

    All students are invited to attend the November Future Footprint on Wednesday, November 20th during your lunch period. Future Footprint is a career exploration speaker series hosted by the CTE Department with a different career focus each month. Future Footprint guest speakers will share information about their careers and answer students' questions. The topic for November is careers in business, management, and administration. Speakers coming to talk with students include careers in: business development, entrepreneurship, finance, project management, and small business ownership. Future Footprint will be held the BHS Library Reading Room during both 1st and 2nd lunch. Students are encouraged to bring their lunch to the session. The CTE Department will provide the cookies.


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  • Spirit Store is Open

    The Spirit Store has reopened for seasonal shopping. Head to this link by Monday, November 18, to get all your BHS spirit gear https://bainbridgespiritls1356.itemorder.com/sale. Home delivery time is 3 weeks after the store closes.


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    2019 Food Drive

    BHS Food drive for HelpLine House starts Monday, Nov 11th through Friday, Nov. 22nd. Please bring in cans of food to your 1st period classes. Needed food items are included on this flier. Prize for the 1st period class with most food items, all students will earn a new iPhone (or donuts). Bainbridge Island HelpLine House looks forward to our donations every year. Last year it was the largest of any Food Drive.

    Thank you from the Social Justice League Officers.


    Winter Athletes

    ATTENTION WINTER ATHLETES Remember that you will need a current baseline concussion test on file before you are allowed to participate in Winter Sports. You will not be allowed to participate without a current baseline. Tests are good for two years. If you are unsure whether or not you need to take a baseline test, please ask Ms. Amanda or Mrs. Bullock in the front office.

    DATES/TIMES ROOM 207
    Wednesday, Nov. 6, 4-5pm
    Wednesday, Nov. 13, 4-5pm

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BHS Showcase

  • Congratulations to Lindsay Campbell

    Lindsay Campbell was accepted to sing in the Washington All-State Choir this February. This is one of the highest honors a high school singer can have. Lindsay is the first student recorded from Bainbridge High School in the last decade to be accepted into this prestigious ensemble.


    Girls Swim and Dive #1 at Metros

    Congratulations to the Girls team for earning 2nd at Metro League Championships!
    Metro Champions:
    200 Medley Relay Team of Margaret Hayes, Emma Solseng, Moorea Eldon Everts and Xaveria Rodriguez
    200 Free Relay Team of Margaret Hayes, Xaveria Rodriguez, Emma Solseng, and Sydney Sorensen
    100 Breaststroke Emma Solseng with a new school record

    All Metro Honors

    First Team: Margaret Hayes, Emma Solseng, Moorea Eldon-Everts, Xaveria Rodriguez, Bryn Tiernan, Sydney Sorensen
    Second Team: Eden Michael, Siena Levan, Amelia Kimball, Naomi Howard


    Congratulations to Sean Westerhout

    Congratulations to Sean Westerhout for earning 11th at the WA State Cross Country meet.


    Volleyball League Honors

    Julia Jakubik and Allie Wildsmith named to 2nd Team All Metro Volleyball
    Paige Bouma and Rebecca Roman Honorable Mention All Metro Volleyball


    Getting Involved

    Bainbridge High School offers a wide range of sports, clubs and activities for students to get involved in. Take a look at the list of clubs and activities for the 2019-2020 school year, and stay tuned for updates once you return to school this Fall. Reminder - you must pay for a BHS ASB card if you will participate in a club, activity or BHS sports team this school year.

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