A record number of Brownsburg High School students achieved the distinction of AP Scholar. AP Scholars are students who scored a 3 or higher on at least 3 different AP exams. These 60 students from Team 2015 & 2016 joined with 84 2015 graduates to give BHS a total of 144 AP Scholars. Team 2016 & 2017 AP Scholars: Anna Bradley, Lee Breece, Landon De-Long, Andrew Fulwider, Alexander Harrison, Mansi Patel, Cecilia Ridgeway, Mia Romine, Rebecca Sims, Ryan Sims, John Kell Vermeulen, Amy Vertacnik, Joseph Winebrinner, Olumayokun Akinbo, Oluwatayo Akinbo, Grant Baker, Maura Baker, Megan Berry, Shane Bonness, Taliah Borom, Dana Brown, Karlee Carter, Mallory Carter, Erica Colarusso, Damon Cookerly, Jacqueline Crockett (Not pictured), Adam Dickson, Amanda Dotlich, Marissa Flick, Edward Ford, Charles Gnagy, Ethan Griggs, Emma Guise, Caroline Guzzi, Justin Hazel, Ethan Hicks, John Hoffa, Benjamin Kelley, Reid Kippenbrock, Evan Lacey, Piper Lovett, Kyla Maloney, Tyler Margetts, Conor Nolan, Karan Patel, Neha Patel, Kristianna Reams, Thomas Reinhart, Luke Richardson, Caleb Schrad, Elizabeth Snider, Rowa Squire-Willey, Patrick Strine, Westin Stufflebean, Matthew Thompson, Sophia Topi, Brooke U' Ren, Andrew Vorndran, Emma Wilkins, and Cindy You.
Of the 1.5 million high school juniors who enter the National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the PSAT, five Bulldogs are among the 16,000 students nationwide who were named National Merit Semifinalists, a new record for Brownsburg High School. Congratulations to BHS seniors Ethan Hicks, Tyler Margetts, Charles Gnagy, Conor Nolan, and Sophia Topi.
The Brownsburg High School Performing Arts Department presents Peter Pan on October 8, 9, & 10 at the BHS Auditorium. Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased in the Performing Arts Office. Call 852-2258 x1826 for more information. The students are thrilled to be working with professional Flying Director Troy Trinkle to safely complete the aerial choreography. CLICK HERE to see the students “fly” for the first time.
On September 2nd, this presentation was made to the BCSC School Board and the Brownsburg Town Council by BCSC Assistant Director of Finance Barry Gardner. The purpose of the joint meeting was to create a dialogue between these two groups to better understand how to approach Brownsburg’s growth in a cooperative, professional manner that benefits the entire community. CLICK HERE to view a webinar of the presentation.
Are you interested in becoming a Substitute Teacher or Instructional Assistant for BCSC? There are three upcoming workshops you can attend. CLICK HERE for more information and to find out how to register.
The Indiana Department of Education has announced that eight Brownsburg schools have earned the 4-Star rating. This is a record high for Brownsburg which improved from six 4-Star schools in the previous two school years. Brown Elementary, Delaware Trail Elementary, Eagle Elementary, Reagan Elementary, White Lick Elementary, East Middle School, West Middle School and Brownsburg High School have all been recognized as 4-Star schools. The 4-Star School Award is given to A schools with ISTEP scores in the top 25th percentile in all grade levels and is based on 2014 ISTEP results. To earn the award, a school must have COMBINED (math and English together) and DUAL (math and English separately) passing rates in the top 25th percentile in each grade level served.
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