MEET THE CANDIDATES – SEPTEMBER 27, 6:30PM
Brownsburg teachers invite you to a Meet the Candidates Forum on Tuesday, September 27th at 6:30 p.m. in the Central Office board room at the Administration Building (please enter Door #7). All eight candidates running for the three open seats on the BCSC school board will participate. The public is encouraged to attend.
BHS PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT PRESENTS AIDA, SEPTEMBER 30 & OCTOBER 1
The Brownsburg High School Performing Arts Department presents Aida on September 30 and October 1 at 7pm in the BHS Auditorium. Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased in the Performing Arts Office. Call 852-2258 x1826 for more information.
NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS
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. Congratulations to BHS seniors Julie Bahr, Andrew Fulwider, Rebecca Sims, Sam Smock, and John Vermeulen. These BHS seniors were also honored as Commended Scholars: Jennifer Abel, Abi Bohrer, Jacob Bosse, Matthew Copeland, Spencer Douglas, Jesse Lindenfeld, Mia Romine, Taylor Traut.
RECORD NUMBER OF AP SCHOLARS AT BHS
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. There were 85 recent BHS graduates joining these 63 current juniors and seniors to give BHS a total of 148 AP Scholars. AP Scholars (avg 3 or higher): Jennifer Abel, Brooke Allison, Mackenzie Allison, Julie Bahr, Audrey Bettner, Jacob Bosse, Corin Campbell, Jonathon Carroll, Kenyth Cooper, Taylor Doehrman, Taylir Eazell, Dinah Ferguson, Daria Frame, Courtney Grimes, Jonathan Hagerman, Emma Hasek, Jonathan Heidegger, Timothy Heidegger, Madelyn Johnson, Sydney Kibby, Isabel Lehn, Mason Lovett, Jackson Marusich, Taylor Mattern, Jenna McCarthy, Dietrich Ney, Alicia Nygra, Benjamin Perkins, Aubree Pond, Corrina Riess, Luke Ritchison, Packard Rozzi, Olivia Scholz, Rachel Walters. AP Scholars with Honors (avg 3.25 or higher): Jennifer Barton, Abigail Bohrer, Jennifer Bowles, Anna Bradley, Sydney Cox, Landon De-Long, Lydia Gallo, Jacob Galloway, Kevin Gast, Andrew Gleissner, Allyson Prichard, Samantha Smock, Lydia Thomas, Taylor Traut, Amy Vertacnik, Joseph Winebrinner. AP Scholars with Distinction (avg 3.5 or higher): Noah Baker, Lee Breece, Joshua Fierek, Andrew Fulwider, Alexander Harrison, Logan Kabrich, Mansi Patel, Sara Polk, Cecilia Ridgeway, Mia Romine, Courtney Sackett, Rebecca Sims, Ryan Sims, Sarah Thomas, John Vermeulen