BSGE ended the debate season on a very high note

A note from Ms. Klidonas: Student Anabel Witzke and Sophia Rothman earned 1st place in State Championships in Junior Varsity and student Ananya Bhagat earned 2nd place in Novice Division. NYC Urban Debate League High School City Championship Tournament  We are very proud of the entire debate team as the majority made it to elimination rounds and earned…

BSGE’s Debate Teams qualify for the State Championship Tournament

BSGE’s debate team recently competed in the NYUDL’s City Championship Tournament and debaters Gregory Briggler-Yudai Takenaka have made to the final round on March 19th. Thank you to Ms. Klidonas and the team for coming to last night’s PTA meeting and giving parents us an overview of this new program. The BSGE PTA is proud…

Purchase BSGE Sting Wear by Feb 25th

Purchase BSGE Sting Wear and show your school spirit at our online store: http://shop.fancloth.com/c/472713 Final sales need to be submitted online or in person to Mr. Michael Mehan by Monday, Feb 25th, 2019. View the Items FanCloth Order Form FanCloth Bonus Items ONLINE ONLY   There are bonus items that are available through the website…

BSGE Debate Team Update

The BSGE debate team currently consists of 25 members and we have competed in 3 tournaments thus far. We meet every Wednesday after school until about 3.45 and we plan, debrief on tournaments or conduct practice session amongst BSGE teams. We are currently competing in two different divisions; Novice and Junior Varsity (intermediate) in Public…

BSGE Debate Team: Nov 3, 2018

Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018: New York City Urban Debate League Congratulations to our BSGE Debate teams! Anabel Witzke and Sophia Rothman earned 2nd place in the Novice Public Forum Debate tournament. The following students also earned speaker awards: Anabel Witzke, Yudai Takenaka, Gregory Briggler, Lilly Sabella, Aniyah Bernard Speller, Sophia Rothman. View photos >

BSGE Stingbots Robotics — First Tech Challenge Qualifier

The two BSGE Stingbots Robotics Teams participated in the early First Tech Challenge Qualifier, held at John Dewey High School, Saturday December 9th. The team is made up of approximately 20 students, primarily 7th and 9th graders. The Qualifier pitted the Stingbots against 28 other teams from all over the city, both Public and Independent…

Congratulations to our HS Math Team!

One of our HS teams will advance in Moody’s Mega-Math Challenge. With over 9,000 teams registered, a little over 1200 submitted viable papers and only 200 were selected as semi-finalists for the second round. We will find out if we go further as one of five finalists next week. Kudos to “Team 9429”!