Each grade has a summer assignment and as assignments become available, they will be posted here.
Not all grades have materials lists.
Also, below is a link about obtaining NYC Public Library cards
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(For Math SL Students only)
Please do the first and every following third problem for each section (thus # 1, 3, 6, 9, etc. to the extent for the section).
Click on any of the images to see the slideshow. Photo credits: Claudia Lieto and Renee Rogers
Come see BSGE seventh grade creative narratives come to life in this special film, a unique collaboration between the Baccalaureate School for Global Education, Socrates Sculpture Park and Sarah Lawrence College’s Graduate Writing Program.
WHEN: SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD AT 2:00PM
WHERE: THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM (32-37 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City)
Visit http://www.noguchi.org or call (718) 956-1819 for more information.
Thursday, June 14th will be the last day of extended day (8th period) classes for 7th and 8th graders this school year.
Click here to download the revised June BSGE calendar. Please note that Monday June 25th and Tuesday June 26th are non instruction days in which students do not have to come to school and Wednesday June 27th, the last day of school, students have an early dismissal at 10AM.
Join the 10th grade students and teachers as we celebrate the successful completion of the Middle Years Program on Tuesday, June 12th from 12:45pm-2:10pm in the BSGE Cafeteria. Ms. Johnson along with two students speakers will address the attendees and teachers will present certificates of achievement. All BSGE Family members are welcome to attend.
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…