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NHS Tutors

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BCHS National Honor Society members are now offering daily tutoring during homeroom!

HOMEROOM TUTORING

BCHS National Honor Society members will be available during homeroom EVERY DAY that homeroom takes place for school work help. How to take advantage of this:

  • Step 1 – Make the excellent decision that you want to meet with a NHS tutor for help during homeroom.
  • Step 2 – Go to room 203 during homeroom and be there before the bell rings for attendance –or–
  • Step 2 – Come with a pass from your homeroom teacher.
  • Step 3 – Meet with your NHS tutor for the entire homeroom period…so bring enough to work on!
  • Step 4 – When the bell rings, thank your NHS tutor & pat yourself on the back for investing in your academic success!

Questions? See Mrs. Nixon in the counseling office

2017/2018 After-School Study Tables

All students are welcome to attend Study Tables Monday mornings from 7:30 to 8:40 in the ARC, and after school Monday through Thursday from 3:20 to 4:30 in Room 205. Students who fail to maintain a 2.0 grade point average or who fail to complete their assignments may be assigned to these study tables. Failure to attend an assigned study table will result in further consequences such as a Friday Night School or loss of athletic eligibility.

College Visits

Nothing helps students and families more in the college search process than making an official college visit to schools of interest. Many college visits can take place on non-BCHS school days, but there are times when it is necessary to take a day off of school.

Every senior should try to take advantage of the opportunity to visit a college when the underclassmen take the PSAT/PLAN exams, usually in early-mid October. Seniors may choose to use additional days for college visits according to the following guidelines:

  1. Parents need to call the school regarding the student’s absence on the day of the college visit.
  2. In order for the absence to be considered excused, upon return, the student must provide verification to the main office of the date, time and duration of the college visit that he or she has made.
  3. Students must be in good standing with a satisfactory attendance record and adhere to the guidelines regarding visits.

Juniors are permitted a limited number of college-visit days.

Updated July 2017 from the Student Handbook