It is no secret that high school classes are strenuous and mind-boggling. Lucky for you, the peer tutoring club is here to help. Read on to hear all about it… Continue reading Having a Difficult Time this Year in Earth Science? English 10? French? Maybe a Peer Tutor is for You!
There has recently been some conversations about altering the infamous BHHS drop-day schedule. Read on to learn about what a change could mean for the high school… Continue reading Time is Up for the Current Schedule
School spirit motivates and encourages. Read on to find out why school spirit is so important… Continue reading Go Bobcats Go!
Welcome back after a long (not long enough) and hopefully enjoyable, relaxing winter vacation. It can be hard to get back in the swing of things, but to help, here are a few tips on the most effective ways to study… Continue reading The Most Effective Ways to Study
The fall and winter holidays are all approaching at a rapid pace, and each student has their own traditions and ways of celebrating that make their holidays special. Read on to hear how BHHS students embrace the festivities… Continue reading How Students Celebrate Holidays
Lunch is an important part of the day for students, but many people at BHHS are not satisfied with the amount of time provided for the period. Is this likely to change? Students and administrators think the future looks bright… Continue reading Lunch – Who Doesn’t Love It?
An open campus is a policy in which students are allowed to leave school if they do not have a class or a place to be at that time. Should Byram Hills adopt this system? What do you think? Continue reading Investigating an Open Campus Policy: Is it worth it for Byram Hills?