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BHS CLASS OF 2020 VIRTUAL HONORS ASSEMBLY LIVE STREAMED MAY 26

Class president  at podium recording speech for virtual assembly

Every year, when Boardman High School celebrates its students who’ve earned scholarships in a packed Honors Assembly in the gym--- there are surprises.  Most students who’ve completed applications and done all the work are not  told in advance that they are the winners.  They don’t know until their names are actually read aloud.

This year the Pandemic may change the crowded gymnasium atmosphere into a virtual event, (our Spartans will be watching comfortably at home with family)  but the same “surprise feeling” will happen when they hear their names  and see their photos on screen.

At this time, the Class of 2020 has earned and accepted more than 3.5 million dollars in scholarship money.  That total is expected to increase, as more scholarship awards are continuing to arrive.  

The annual senior awards ceremony honors high performing students in academics, athletics and the arts.  There are 17 “First in Class” students with a perfect 4.0 GPA during their high school career.  

Academically, the numbers are impressive:  81 students will receive “Honors Diplomas” for the rigorous coursework completed, 110 students will be “Honors Graduates” with a 3.5 GPA or above.  70 seniors also received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence for superior academic achievement in math and reading.  There are a total of 320 members of the Class of 2020.

Mrs. Birch accepts the Class of 2020 Teacher of the Year Award 

Mrs. Birch accepts Class of 2020 "Teacher of the Year"

 

Class of 2020 President Noah Basista hands school key to Class of 2021 President TeJuan Richards

Class of 2020 president Noah Basista hands school key to Class of 2021 president TaJuan Richards.

 

seniors Sarah and Sydney Moon, Wil Arnim, and Chase Pacino sing Time For Movin' On

Seniors Sarah and Sydney Moon, Chase Picino and Wil Arnim sing traditional "Time For Movin' On".

*Special thanks to award winning BHS junior Sam Holter for recording the ceremony and to BSTN Program Director and Multimedia teacher Chris Clones for editing and producing the virtual event.





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