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April 14th-18th

9th – Brendan Feiger & Emma Fazio
10th – Eric Marks & Athena Kontinos
11th – Lazaro Hernandez & Allison Curry 12th – Alexander Kyprianou & Joie Mastandrea

Best of 2013



Important Items

US History EOC Student Review Sheet - Download

Going to take an AP course? Make sure you turn in your AP Contract and Course Placement Override Request.

Are you going to include Cambridge AICE courses in your schedule for next year? Make sure you turn in your Cambridge AICE Contract.


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On this day in history…

1705 – Isaac Newton is bestowed knighthood by Queen Anne of England for his achievements and contributions in science.
1862 – Slavery is abolished in the District of Columbia.
1977 – The ban on women attending West Point is lifted.

Today’s birthdays…

Charlie Chaplin, English film star of early “silent movies.”
Henry Mancini, American composer and conductor, most famous for film scores.
Herbie Mann, American jazz flutist.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, African-American college and NBA basketball “Hall-of-Famer”.

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What's Ahead?

April 16th - 24th FCAT Testing

May 5th -15th AP Testing

Important Senior Dates
Current Important Links
Forms for AP courses Free Online Tutoring  

Free Online Tutoring!


Online Tutoring


BCH News Now Available 24-7!

The Announcements will now be available 24 hours a day—seven days a week—about ½ hour after the live streaming version--- Staff, Students & Parents will be able to access the news on their smartphone, their laptop, their BYOD!


Here’s How------

  • go to Internet Explorer:
  • type in
  • Log in (students can use their username & password) 

When this page comes up—

  • Click the Search tab
  • type “news” in the keywords
  • the videos will appear—click on the “news”
  • when the next screen appears  there will be a blank tv screen --- click the play button & the news will start.

NewsscreenClick to enlarge


Graduation Requirements


Governor Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 1076, relating to K-20 Education, into law with an effective date of July 1, 2013. Its’ provisions address numerous areas, including Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL) options, middle grades progression, high school graduation requirements, student assessment, and student progression plans. The recent changes impact certain groups of students differently. The purpose of this letter is to ensure your understanding of one section of this legislation, graduation requirements and diploma designations available to all currently enrolled:


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