On the evening of February 26, students and their families congregated in the Windsor Gymnasium to celebrate BHS students’ academic achievements over the last two semesters. Students with a 3.0-3.49 GPA were included on the Honor Roll and were rewarded with bars to pin onto their academic letters. Students with a 3.5-4.0 GPA were placed on the Principal’s Honor Roll, and they were given stars to pin onto their academic letters.
The evening was a great opportunity for students to be recognized in front of their peers and families for their hard work in the classroom.
Sophomore Amanda Mize knows the importance of this night. “Academic Letter night is an important night for parents and students. It gives motivation to students to work harder knowing they will be rewarded. For parents, this is a night to be proud of their children and recognize their success,” Mize said.
"Academic Letter night is a way to show students’ success and a way to see how successful my brother has been so far in high school. It's also a way for all of our parents to see how hard we work on our grades. I got two stars, which is awesome because it made me feel like a star," junior Michael Runnebaum said.
All in all, the twenty-ninth annual Academic Letter Ceremony was a rewarding celebration for all who attended.