Due to local school districts’ cancellation of
all school activities on Saturday, January 14, 2017, the games that were scheduled to
be played have been rescheduled for Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Morgan State
University – Hill Field House.
Tickets for January 14 will be honored.
Parent Teacher Night
Thursday, January 19
Next week, all students will have a scheduled midterm or
final exam in each of their five classes. These exams are a large percentage of
the student’s final course grade. All students are expected to take these
exams. Seniors who do not take the exams
risk not graduating on time.
Two tests are given each day—one at 8:45 and one at 10:20.
Please make sure your child reports to his or her testing room by 8:35 each
Lunch will be served at 11:55, and students will be
dismissed at 12:30 each day, unless they have to make up an HSA exam in
government or biology.
On Tuesday, January 17, students will take the exam for
their first period class, then the exam for their second period class.
On Wednesday, January 18, students will take the exam for
their third period class, then the exam for their fourth period class.
On Thursday, January 19, students will take the exam for
their fifth period class.
Semester Make Up Exams
If a student misses any of his or her final or semester exams
next Tuesday through Thursday, it is up to the student to arrange with the
appropriate teacher or teachers for a makeup exam. Makeups exams will be given at 10:20 on Thursday,
January 19, and at 8:45 and 10:20 on Friday, January 20.
HSA Makeup exams
If a student missed the biology HSA test, it will be given again from 12:30 until
3:30 on Wednesday, January 18.
If a student missed the government HSA test, it will be given again from 12:30 until
3:30 on Thursday, January 19.
The Accuplacer Test for Math will be given to select seniors
on Thursday, January 19th at 9:30
The Accuplacer Test for English will be given to select
seniors on Thursday, January 19th at 10:30
A CHRISTMAS VICTORY!
October 25 marked the start of the APEX
after school program for seniors and
potential graduates. Mailings have been
sent home to students in need of credit
recovery and the School Counseling
Department has been meeting with our
students to discuss the rules and
regulations of the APEX after school
program. If parents/guardians have
any questions or concerns about
this program, they are invited to
call their child's school counselor
Our Reach alumni student paying it forward.
Tykiera Simmons class of 2015 speaking at
the 2016 HBCU College Fair at BCCC on
behalf of the Early College Program.
COMING SOON! Watch for date!
IS HERE! CHECK YOUR
GRADES AND ATTENDANCE! GO TO
At school, use your student ID number
as your username, and the password that goes
with your ID number.
Outside of school, use your ID number
@bcpss.org for your login,
and the password that goes
with your ID number.
Directions for parent access are
Tykeria Simmons and Gail
Robinson, class of 2016, have
scholarships to BCCC, with
the option of a 6-week paid
trip abroad in their second
Another REACH milestone!
Ms. Lindsay is heading our
Math Advanced Placement
Course this year!