Students interested in Mathematics, Science or Coding should attend the Bioinformatics trip on Tuesday, October 23rd. This is a new and upcoming career dealing with genealogy and focusing on curing/eliminating many medical conditions has a large need for people in this field. Sign ups are outside room 203. See Mr. Hoffman or Mrs. Carlson for permission forms.
A free outreach program for high school girls hosted by the head of the Cardiology Fellowship Program at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Students must be female-identifying in 11th or 12th grade.
The program will take place at Scaife Hall on Pitt's Oakland Campus. Application are due November 3rd and an admissions decision will be emailed by November 30, 2018.
Visit: www.shelookslikeacardiologist.weebly.com to begin your application!
Friends and Fun, classes and clubs.....the yearbook staff is capturing the year!
Buy a 2019 yearbook so you can remember this year in time!
Cost: $50 through October 31st, $55 November 1 - February 1
To purchase go to yearbookforever.com and enter our school name.
Any tenth grade student who would like to be chosen to attend the
HOBY leadership conference should stop to see Mr. Hall for an application.
One Baldwin tenth grade student will be chosen to attend this over night conference at Washington and Jefferson college in June.
You will complete an application and write a short essay about leadership. The deadline is October 25th 2018.
Vote for Baldwin
Our Highlander Marching Band is in the running for WPXI's Band of the Week for this Friday's football game. The band with the most votes will win. We will be showcased through a live performance at 11:15 pm this Friday.
You may vote every hour!!!
BHS Special Olympics Club is hosting a fundraiser with Panera.
Go to Panera located at 5301 Grove Road on Monday, October 15th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
with a copy of the flier (find one around school and snap a picture) and the cashier will donate a portion of the proceeds from your purchase to the Special Olympics!
Or Order online and enter "PRFUND" on the promo code!
The title of United States Marine is earned, never given. The same is true of a Semper-Fidelis All-American. Becoming an All-American puts you in elite company and allows opportunities that will open the doors to future success. Proudly presented by the United States Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis All-American Program recognizes high school students who face life’s battles with the conviction and determination to succeed.
Through drive and passion they will be recognized for their achievements at the exclusive Battles Won Academy. Selected Semper Fidelis All-Americans will receive an all-expenses paid trip to attend the four-day Battles Won Academy, held in Washington D.C. in July 2019.
There they will participate in daily workouts, an immersive Marine Corps experience on base in Quantico, a community service event, team building outings, and a tour of our Nation’s Capital (2018 Battles Won Academy here).
In recognition of the importance of building a support system, each All-American can invite a mentor of their choosing from their school, sports team or a community organization to attend the event . Finally, becoming a Semper Fidelis-All American will make students eligible for select scholarship opportunities only available to program participants.
STUDENTS MUST MEET THESE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR NOMINATION:
If you believe you are a Semper Fedelis All-American, and would like nominated, please see your Counselor to begin the process.
Hopkins will be hosting its 2nd annual Humanities Overnight Program in spring 2019!
On Monday, March 4–Tuesday, March 5, 2019, we will welcome a small group of high school juniors with an expressed interest in the humanities to our undergraduate Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland. This is an incredible opportunity for top humanities students to spend 24 hours on our campus and meet with current students and faculty.
This expenses-paid program will include opportunities to learn more about the humanities experience at Hopkins, sit in on classes, meet current professors and experts in their fields, and attend a college essay writing workshop led by our admissions office and faculty from one of our humanities departments. Participants will stay overnight in on-campus housing. Meals, lodging, and transportation to and from campus will be paid for by the university.
See your counselor if you want nominated for this program.
If you are interested in being nominated to one of these programs, please see your counselor for next steps.
The National Leadership Academies sponsors two of the most highly regarded summer STEM enrichment programs in the country. We bring the greatest STEM heroes of today face-to-face with tomorrow’s heroes: your high-achieving students.
Please visit www.FutureDocs.com and www.SciTechLeaders.com and see the incredible global leaders who serve as mentors at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders and the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders.
Each year we ask educators like you to qualify your best students to be invited to our summer Congresses. Hundreds of partial and full scholarships are available. The Congresses are academic honors programs and students must have a minimum 3.5 GPA (or equivalent), either current or cumulative to be nominated.
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