Three questions for high school graduates

Mar 22, 15 Three questions for high school graduates

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Every potential graduate knows the survey: Have you considered university? College? Followed by Where, What, Why… Have you thought about taking a year off? Followed by “what after that?” Have you thought about going straight into the work force? Followed by a desperate “Good Luck.” All of these options create a strong,...

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That’s so gay is so yesterday

Mar 22, 15 That’s so gay is so yesterday

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Homophobia, a word we may have thought wouldn’t affect Bathurst High School; however, many students of all grades still face the problem of bullying, name calling and phrases such as “that’s so gay.” We as the people of Bathurst can clearly see that this act of hate crime is not the right path we want the future leaders of...

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Better bilingual than sorry

Mar 22, 15 Better bilingual than sorry

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For the past few years, more and more Bathurst Francophone teenagers transfer from École Secondaire Nepisiguit to Bathurst High School. Some do it for the opportunities the school is giving them and some simply do it for the variety of Anglophone universities that they have to chose from. Nowadays, a lot of careers and/or jobs...

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The Bully Busters of BHS

Mar 22, 15 The Bully Busters of BHS

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Feeling safe from intimidation within the school is something that rarely crosses the minds of most students, but the Bully Busters at BHS make it their concern. In their weekly meetings, the group discusses ideas for making the school a welcoming place for all students regardless of ethnicity, religious beliefs, or sexual...

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Bathurst High turns “me” into “we”

Mar 22, 15 Bathurst High turns “me” into “we”

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It just so happens that the cupcake you bought during the last bake sale contributed to the growing stack of change that has been collected by the Bathurst High School Free the Children group since last year. Bathurst High School boasts more than 30 extra-curricular groups and clubs, an impressive and inclusive list that includes...

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Texting and driving under the influence

Mar 22, 15 Texting and driving under the influence

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It’s 3:18, which means school is over for the day.  You run towards your car and get into it.  As you’re driving your cellphone begins to go off with texts.  Your friends are trying to contact you to get together to do homework.  Instead of making the right decission you pick up the cellphone the rest is all a...

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