A group of professional journalists are looking for local high school students to sign up for a free Media Academy. Students will learn how to produce, report, and write news stories from local professional journalists from WKYC Studios, WEWS News, Cleveland.com, The Plain Dealer and Greater Cleveland Association of Black Journalists. The free program will conclude with a graduation. To sign up, visit www.cleveland.com/academy.
Participants in the Student Pathways Program gain exposure to a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical healthcare careers. Through direct interaction with current Cleveland Clinic caregivers, students will explore the world of opportunity available to them in the healthcare field. This includes direct to employment positions, which can be accessed directly after high school. Not only will Student Pathways Program participants learn about careers through weekly virtual workshops and an onsite observation, students will also receive skills training directly from our Talent Acquisition Team. Topics covered include, resume writing and interview skills. In addition, students who successfully complete the 2022-2023 Student Pathways Program requirements will receive a stipend of $250.00.
Real Talk events were created to provide Black students and their families with the tools they need to start planning for their future. This fall, we’ll connect attendees with Black college reps across the country, financial aid experts with insider tips on finding scholarships, college students who’ll give your students a realistic view of campus life, and Black professionals in tech, sports, and entertainment.
Impact! FREE After-School program for students looking to improve on their ACT skills for the test, explore different career and post-secondary options, and engage with peers and other students. All students who finish receive a $200 stipend. Scan QR or apply at the link if interested, see you there!
We hope that you are having a relaxing and enjoyable summer with the 2022-2023 school year on the horizon! We hope you are taking the last two weeks of summer to relax and get ready for another exciting year! Please follow the link for all the information regarding are reopening for the 2022-2023 school year!
Please consider downloading our BCSD app on your phone! This is a convenient way for you to remain up to date with all the exciting things happening at BHS. You can also stay current with child's grades in Progressbook as well as set the app to send alerts when there are missing assignments or grade changes.
Registration is now open for the Community Learning Center for Children and Youth at Cleveland State University. The center offers year round, in-person and remote tutoring for students K-12. Find out more about what the CSU Community Learning Center can offer your child by attending their open house on Thursday, September 23 from 4-7 p.m. The open house takes place in Julka Hall Atrium, 2485 Euclid Avenue.