This year, BSGE’s Summer College Intensive will include a Princeton Review SAT Classroom Course. The Princeton Review’s most popular partnership program, the classroom course is fully comprehensive covering all of the essential SAT material.
The Princeton Review SAT course for BSGE students will begin Tuesday, July 17th and end on Thursday, August 2nd. Classes will be three-hours in length, while test days are four hours in length. The course will be held at Frank Sinatra High School but will include BSGE students exclusively.
The retail tuition for the Classroom Course is $599, but through our partnership with Princeton Review, BSGE students and their families can save more than 25%. Through the Early Enrollment Discount Program, Princeton Review offers More…
The summer is a great opportunity to continue learning about topics covered in school and also a chance to explore far beyond them. We strongly encourage your child to continue her or his academic life during the summer. Here is a link to a page maintained by our Guidance Counselor, Timothy David-Lang, which lists various opportunities outside of BSGE for the coming summer. The page continues to be updated as does the information linked to the page so please check back.
The latest issue of the BACC Rag, the school’s newspaper, is available. You can download the full color digital copy of the issue here. Click on the picture below to download. Enjoy reading!
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Thursday, May 31st from 8:00am-2:00pm, BSGE in partnership with the NY Blood Center will be hosting our spring blood drive. We hope that many of you will donate blood as NYC is currently experiencing a blood shortage. Your contribution can most definitely help save lives. To sign up for an appointment on the blood bus, contact Peter Wilson: (718) 361-5275 or email@example.com. Please be specific as to when you would like to schedule your donation during the allotted hours. Students must be at least 16 years of age to donate blood with written consent from their parents. Let’s beat our record of 39 collected pints that we set just a few months back!
BSGE’s Softball Team concluded its most successful season ever compiling an 18-7 record and making it to the second round of playoffs. Congratulations to all the players and their coaches.
The Spring Music Concert is coming soon!! May 31st, 2012
The time: 6:30 The Place: BSGE Cafetorium!
This concert features the 9th Grade Music Classes several special 9th grade soloists!
The BSGE Band’orchestra- Players for Peace– with strings! will lead us in the National Anthem and some new music!
In addition, we have piano soloists, our school rock band and lots of happy faces!!
Please come and support their wonderful learning and exciting music! They are More…
Socrates Sculpture Park’s annual Kite Flight event, in collaboration with the Noguchi Museum, welcomes over 1,000 kids! You can fulfill your community service hours while helping provide an amazing workshop and event for the community. The workshop will be led by teaching artists Miwa Koizumi and Marco Scoffier (metm.org<http://metm.org/>) who will guide everyone through the process of making kites out of recycled plastic bags. Volunteers are needed from 10:00am-3:00pm.
May 19: Kite Flight / 11 AM – 2 PM (volunteer check-in at 10am)
Using recycled materials, participants will draw inspiration from the Park’s fantastic view of the Manhattan skyline to build and decorate a kite, and then fly it in the Park.
Thursday May 31st: Emilie Lemakis
2:15 – 3:00pm
In the Art Room
*snacks will be provided
*Art students will get extra credit
*All students are welcome & encouraged to attend
*More Visiting Artist Workshops will be planned for next year.
The artists coming this year are local NYC artists, who live and exhibit at NYC galleries. The first artist (May 4th) is Yoichiro Yoda, a Japanese-American who grew up in NYC, and he will be exhibiting in Tokyo in June. The second artist (June 1st) is Emilie Lemakis, also a native New Yorker, who works at a studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and recently exhibited in SoHo. She also makes videos that are posted to YouTube.
The work of Emlie Lemakis