Announcements

Congratulations to BC Cheer Varsity Co-Captain Meghan Kiese on being named as a 2019 WACPC All State Finalist. She will be performing live at the WACPC High School Cheer State Championship in La Crosse on March 1st and 2nd to earn a spot on the 2019 All State Team.

Congratulations Meghan - the Lancer community is very proud of you!

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Hey Juniors! Do you want to prep for the ACT?


BC has 2 organizations who provide ACT test prep opportunities for our students. Each organization varies in time and cost; however, all come directly to BC.


(1) Doorway to College offers a 1 day strategies-based Saturday seminar. The next seminar is on Saturday February 9th.

(2)Wisconsin Test Prep offers evening strategy-based workshops.


To register, please check out the Student Services website: Click under the Test Prep tab


If you have any questions, feel free to contact Student Services.

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The Mock Trial team had a successful day Saturday at the Brookfield Academy scrimmage. Team #1 went 2-1 and tied the defending state champ from Shorewood in the finals, Team #2 competed well even though they were shorthanded, and Team #3 improved to go 2-1. Winning Most Outstanding Attorney awards were: Tylan Farrokhnia, Andrew Ng, Lili Del Campo, Nabil Hussaini, Maggie LaRose, Ansh Kasturi, Cynthia Lu and Jana Gharia. Winning Most Outstanding Witness awards were: Adarsh Rajaraman, Tylan Farrokhnia, Aashir Saeed and Manal Nazir. Great job, group!

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Wednesday, January 30th is Distinguished Young Women Blitz Day! There will be a Distinguished Young Women Club informational meeting for interested sophomores on Wednesday 1/30 in room 2020 during Lancer Block and after school. Distinguished Young Women offers opportunities to volunteer at high interest days in the elementary schools and other service opportunities. See Mrs. Linnihan for more details.

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Any boys or girls who would like to sign up for Senior Lancers Tennis summer camp should click here or email Coach Vogt with questions. Everyone who enjoys playing tennis is welcome. Camp will be held at BC's brand new tennis courts.

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Our school is taking part in the Youth Risk Behavior Survey sponsored by the Department of Public Instruction. The survey will ask about health behaviors that keep young people healthy, as well as behaviors that result in unintentional and intentional injuries, tobacco use, and alcohol and other drug use. It will also ask about bullying, sexual risk behaviors (mostly for high school students), online risk behaviors, stress and anxiety, self-harm, dietary behavior and physical activity. It also focuses on positive things like strong connections to the school and to other people.

Students will be asked to fill out an anonymous, online questionnaire that takes about 25-35 minutes to complete. They will take the survey during Lancer Link time on January 25th.

Completing this anonymous survey will cause little or no risk to your child. The only potential risk is that some students might find certain questions to be sensitive. The survey has been designed to protect your child’s privacy. Students will not put their names on the survey and it does not ask for student IDs or any other individual identifiers. The classroom setting will be set up like a test so that students’ answers remain private.  The school will not have access to individual students’ answers. Your child will get no benefit right away from taking part in the survey. However, the results of this survey do help students by providing schools and the community with information that is used to improve health and safety programs. We would like all selected students to take part in the survey, but the survey is voluntary. No action will be taken against you, or your child, if your child does not take part. Students can skip any question that they do not wish to answer. In addition, students may stop participating in the survey at any point without penalty. If you have questions about the survey, you may ask your child’s teacher or school counselor.  If they cannot answer your questions, they can direct you to the proper person at the Department of Public Instruction.

If you do not want your child to take part in the survey, please follow this link and submit the form by January 24th. Submitting this form will dismiss your child from taking the survey. If you have no objection to your child taking part in the survey, you should do nothing with this form. Thank you.

Read more about 2019 BC Youth Risk Behavior Survey Information

Hey Juniors! Do you want to prep for the ACT?

BC has 2 organizations who provide ACT test prep opportunities for our students. Each organization varies in time and cost; however, all come directly to BC.

(1) Doorway to College offers a 1 day strategies-based Saturday seminar. The next seminar is on Saturday February 9th.
(2)Wisconsin Test Prep offers evening strategy-based workshops.

To register, please check out the Student Services website. (Test Prep options can be found under the College and Career tab)

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Student Services.

Read more about ACT Prep

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