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Olympia Snowe Portland Luncheon

posted Dec 7, 2018, 10:07 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Dec 7, 2018, 10:07 AM ]

Our Belfast Area High School senior Olympia Snowe leaders traveled to Portland, Maine on Thursday, December 6 to represent our school and network with donors to the Olympia Snowe Institute program.  They directed Maine leaders to their tables and spoke to Maine leaders about the benefits of the program and their experiences.  Some our ladies chatted with Olympia and her husband, former governor Jock McKernan at lunch.  Senator Angus King's spouse, Mary Hermon was in attendance as well. 

PIctured from right to left is Isabella Robishaw, Tara O'Dononvan, Hannah Sanderson, and Annica Kelley. 

Belfast Area High School has received continued accreditation in the New England Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges !!!

posted Dec 3, 2018, 6:20 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Dec 3, 2018, 6:20 AM ]

For the past three years BAHS Staff have worked diligently to review the seven core areas that the Association requires a school to show competence in.  This past July, the visiting committee granted BAHS continued status along with 21 notable commendations. By receiving continued accreditation we now move into the two year follow- up phase to address their recommendations for improvement. Detailed information regarding commendations and recommendations can be found in the letter addressed to Ms. Mclean this summer and attached below.



NEASC  continuation letter


In the Classroom!

posted Dec 3, 2018, 6:08 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Dec 3, 2018, 6:08 AM ]

Belfast Area High School students in Mr. Thomas' and Mr. Lagerbom's Marine Studies class recently toured the InnovaSea aqua-culture facility in Morrill. Students were given a first-hand view of the firm's aqua-pod design, its manufacture and its technology. Also discussed were career opportunities, employable skill sets as well as the potential and future of aqua-culture in general and its processing, harvesting and environmental impacts in particular.

BAHS Students Shine in College Interviews!

posted Nov 30, 2018, 6:07 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Nov 30, 2018, 6:12 AM ]

    UMaine and Thomas College interviewed many seniors on Thursday, 11/28.   Twenty students received a thumbs up (some have to hit the send button on their application) after their transcript review and interview and UMaine offered over $65,000 in merit aid, while Thomas offered $12,000 to a student.  Congratulations to our BAHS seniors.  
    Seniors should continue to turn in your senior information to your school counselor for your letter of recommendation and come to the guidance office for any help you might need for the application process.  We are ready to help. 
    Interviews next week with Husson University on Tuesday, 12/4 and University of Southern Maine on Wednesday, 12/5.  Please sign up in the school counseling office if you would like to interview.
                                                               
 
Pictured above are Tara O'Donovan, Brendon Moline, Aiden Pike, Shera Hilt, and Cameron Johnson.

BAHS Student Representatives Attend Olympia Snowe Leadership Program

posted Nov 19, 2018, 8:55 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Nov 20, 2018, 4:14 AM ]

The Olympia Snowe Leadership Program held its annual fall forum on Tuesday, November 13 at the Cross Center in Bangor, Maine. The Olympia Leaders from grades 10, 11, and 12 attended from 8:30 am to 4 pm and met male and female community leaders and business people from all over the state.  Many other schools from around the state were there in attendance as well.  The girls networked with other Olympia Snowe girls and leaders and worked on their goals of values, vision, and voice. 


10th grade left to right: Summer Deans, Kelsey Talgo, Catlin Maddocks, Ashley Blais, and Audrey Lagerbom

11th grade front:  Grace Fitzjurls, Anna Coleman, Lindsey Cross (Rear) OLA Jennifer Boynton, Hope Thomas, Clarisse Stradtman, OLA Julie Morse

12th grade left to right:  Hannah Sanderson, Alya Fitzjurls, OLA Nancy Kennedy, Isabella Robishaw, Annica Kelley, Tara O'Donovan

Group Photo of all:  Front: OLA Nancy Kennedy, 
second row: Kelsey Talgo, Ashley Blais, Summer Deans, Audrey Lagerbom, Caitlin Maddocks, Tonya Ballard school contact
Back row: Clarisse Stradtman, Lindsey Cross, Ayla Fitzjurls, Hannah Sanderson, Tara O'Donovan, Annica Kelley, Isabella Robishaw, Grace Fitzjurls, Anna Coleman

NHS Volunteers

posted Nov 19, 2018, 8:47 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Nov 19, 2018, 8:47 AM ]

On November 16,  members of the Belfast Area High School Chapter of the NHS helped with the filling of Thanksgiving boxes through WCAP at THMS.

"In the Classroom" News

posted Nov 19, 2018, 8:41 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Nov 19, 2018, 8:41 AM ]

Seniors in Mr. Lagerbom's American Studies 2 classes recently presented their projects from their work with the decades of the 1920s and 1930s. Topics included the Dust Bowl, the Stock Market Crash, Henry Ford and the Model T, Music of the 20s and 30s, and the Flapper Girls. 

BAHS Production of the Musical Fame Coming Soon!

posted Nov 16, 2018, 7:56 AM by Butch Richards

Fame, the Musical, will be presented by Belfast Area High School students on November 29, 30, and December 1 at the Crosby Center (former high school and junior high school in Belfast). Join us for a fun show!

RSU # 71 Substitutes Needed!

posted Nov 14, 2018, 6:30 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Nov 14, 2018, 6:30 AM ]

RSU # 71 is looking for teacher subs, ed tech subs, bus driver subs and custodial subs.  Students 16 and older are welcome to apply for custodial sub positions (but would not be allowed to work more than four hours per day).  In addition to cleaning and custodial work we would like to have a back-up crew to help with shoveling in the winter especially in the tri-town schools. Retirees and college students and stay-at-home parents are also encouraged to apply!  Applications may be found online and in the RSU # 71 Central Office.

1st Quarter Honor Roll Announced: Congratulations!!

posted Nov 13, 2018, 6:56 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Nov 30, 2018, 6:46 AM ]


BELFAST AREA HIGH SCHOOL

QUARTER 1 HONOR ROLL

2018

Quarter 1

Grade 9

HIGH HONORS:

Gracie Coombs, Josephine Cowles, Grace Hall, Taylor Lemon, Jonah Lovejoy, Ada Potter, Anna Schortz, Reagan Seekins, Madison Shorey, Paris Wetherington.

HONORS:

Emily Abbott, Zahraa Al-Matrouk, Sofia Barnard, Adria Barrows, Eric Blake, Julia Brassbridge, Madeline Coates, Sarah Cournoyer, Johnathan Cunningham, Ronin Deschamps, Alexia Hopkins, Zepherin Leppanen, Hailey Libby, Nina Miller, Maggie Morse, Summer Pilley, Nicholas Ritchie, Matthew Shelton, Kristin Staples.

COMMENDABLE:

Haley Black, Natalie Curry, Kyle Domenichelli, Jordan Drinkwater, Allaura Dunham, Westley Dyer, Elias Howard, Emily Martell, Michaela Newton, Nina Sprague, Chloe Staples, Helena Staples, Elizabeth Stoltz, Harley Wellman, Delaney Westover, Grant Wilmore.

 

Grade 10

HIGH HONORS:

Alice Andrews, Ashley Blais, Ethan Hall, Emily Hills, Julia Kelly, Caitlin Maddocks, Lillie Mitchell, Sadie Wheeler, Emily Woods.

HONORS:

Hezekiah Agbuya, Ella Ardizoni. Jason Bartlett, Isabel Baughman, Brooklynn Boyle, Sawyer Carson, Anjelika Cheskin, Ruby Day, Summer Deans, Kiara Doolan, Adrian Doyne-Ditmas, Kaitlyn Duffelmeyer, Alice Dyer, Sophia Fay, Steven Friel, Sarah Fuller, Lindsey Goughnour, Lincoln Graf, Jasmin Harvey, Shelby Hooper, Christopher Kelley, Nicholas Kelley, Jordan Kulbe, Audrey Lagerbom, Matthew LeBlanc, Madison Limeburner, Hailee Lindelof, Hannah Littlefield, Hannah Marsden, Madisyn Morse, Nola Noble, Deziray Paige, Hope Richards, Daniel Snider, Madison Stevens, Finnigan Tarbox, Olivia Smith, Ethan Suderley, Kelsey Talgo, Samuel Veevaert, Tanner Veilleux, Sarah Woods.

COMMENDABLE:

Taytem Condon, Orianna Cort, Madison Farris, Jaim French, Liana Gobin, Eamon Goscinski, Ali Greene, Hailey Hall, Athena Harriman, Harley Howard, Willoe Kirkpatrick, Grace Littlefield, Ryleigh McFadden, Ruth-Anne Pease, Thuan Pham, Nathaniel Porter, Zachary Riley, Liliane Robbins, Michael Robbins, Thomas Walker.

 

Grade 11

High Honors:

Hannah Banks, Alicia Berube, Vincent Bonarrigo, Anna Coleman, Lindsey Cross, Harmony Dawson, Grace Fitzjurls, Fletcher Marriner, Andrew McBride, Kayla Payson, Emma Richards, Katherine Ritchie, Sydney Sanders, Clarisse Stradtman.

HONORS:

Jenna Brassbridge, Dillon Chapman, Elijah Silveira Charbonnier, Dakota Cooper, Brandon Cournoyer, Autumn Daley, Sydney Densmore, Kseniia Evdokimova, Kayci Faulkingham, Daniel Groening, Jack Hansen, Aaliyah Hopkins, Savanna Howie, Orion McHenry, Gary Moline, Sydni Moores, Benjamin Morsey,  Joseph Potter, Eleanor Prespolis, Brooke Richards, Junne Robertson-Mcintire, Nathaniel Sjogren, Kerrigan Smith, Timothy Smith, LeAnn Wiseman, Jie Ning Zhu.

COMMENDABLE:

Dylan Abbott, Dyllan Clark, Patrick Conlon, Mercedes Curtis, Caiden Emerson, Chloe Harvey, Halie Jerome, Eli Jolliffe, Tyler Kirkpatrick, Klairha Larrabee, Olivia Matthews, Dakota Payson, Mary Robbins, Alex Tarbox.

 

 

 

 

Grade 12

HIGH HONORS:

Jadynn Buchanan, Thea Cannon, Gia Davila, Ayla Fitzjurls, Annica Kelley, Isobel Kelly, Max Lewis, Quinnten Silveira Charbonnier, Nathanial Nelson, Donald Patten, Drew Robson, Samuel Spectre.

HONORS:

Colby Alley, Cassie Armstrong, Mackenzie Banks, Riley Bonin, Kyle Brown, Olivia Bubar, Cassidy Clark, Maya Cunningham, Julia Daniello, Samuel Davis, Grady Doolan, Miralys Duperry, Ryan Fitzjurls, Amy Gaiero, Haylei Gamble, Caleb Hall-Arnett, Lucas Hamlin, Tyler Herrick, Cassidy Jackson, Cali Joseph, Kyra Kilby, Madison Larrabee, Talia Larue, Aiyana Martin, Madison Martz, Brendan Moline, Tara O’Donovan, Angela Ploysangngam, Audrey Richdale, Heather Riling, Isabella Robishaw, Logan Stevens, Karagen Stone, Mackenzie Thomas, Rowan Walsh, Zachary Wood.

COMMENDABLE:

Jared Anderson, Brianna Armstrong, Lauren Blood, Anthime Brunette, David Crabiel, Alex Hanger, Shera Hilt, Cameron Johnson, Shannon Johnson, Justine Larrabee, Logan McHaney, Harrison Merchant, Isabelle Peters, Brian Rollerson, Hannah Sanderson, Julianne Smith, Wyatt Staples, Damien Tripp.

 

 

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