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NHS WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS, SPONSOR NEXT FALL

****The following is a student-written article by Jayla Sample written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. Often touted as “more than just an honor roll,” NHS serves to

CRAIG EAGERLY AWAITS EDUCATION EXCHANGE TO GERMANY

****The following is a student-written article by Samara Bhatti written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** Many BSHS students are familiar with having foreign exchange students in their classrooms here at home. Next year, however, BSHS will send a Wildcat abroad. Freshman Jadyn Craig

FUTURE MARKETING MOGULS WIN BIG AT INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

****The following is a student-written article by Abigail Starr written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.****   On April 20, 17 DECA competitors set out to international competition in Atlanta with the hope of challenging judges with fresh ideas and methodically planned presentations on

PLTW AND TSA STUDENTS SHOWCASE SOLUTIONS, PROJECTS

****The following is a student-written article by Abigail Starr written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** Project Lead The Way (PLTW) seniors attended a senior showcase at Union Station to present their Engineering and Biomed capstone projects. Advisor Angelia Schnakenberg noted that these projects

FFA GROWS STRONG ROOTS IN BLUE SPRINGS

****The following is a student-written article by Jayla Sample written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** The BSHS chapter of the National FFA Organization is an activity that allows students to be involved with multiple interesting events. FFA does not focus purely on students

BOYS 4×400 TEAM DOMINANT DESPITE CHANGING LINEUPS

****The following is a student-written article by Brett Tieman written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** The boys 4×400 relay team has been one of the key factors in the success of the track team. Last year they placed second in the finals at

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS REAPS BLUE STAR NOMINATION

****The following is a student-written article by Caitlin Ham written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** Modeled after Broadway’s Tony Awards, Starlight Theatre’s annual Blue Star Awards recognize musical theatre accomplishments in the KC metro area. Each year the program serves 5,000 local students

STUDENTS GO GREEN FOR EARTH WEEK

****The following is a student-written article by Samantha Johnson written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** With the celebration of Earth Day on Apr. 22, Wildcats United held an Earth-based spirit week to focus on cutting down use of harmful gaseous, plastic and cotton products.

HUBNER, VALDIVIA DOMINATE AS DISTANCE DUO

****The following is a student-written article by Brett Tieman written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** The girls track team has seen plenty of success this season, earning a top-three finish in every meet so far and winning two. A large part of this success

STATE SOLO AND ENSEMBLE FESTIVAL RESULTS

****The following is a student-written article by Emma Hibdon written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.****       This past weekend, hundreds of students from all over the state competed in Columbia at the MSHSAA State Solo and Ensemble Music Festival. Students have been