Featured Artist is 7th grader Ruby Hendricks.
THE SEASON IS OVER! Our forensics speaking season ended with a bang on Sunday, March 21st as 27 of our 6th-8th grade students performed for one last time for a chance to be top place winners in their speaking categories for this forensics season.
Congratulations to the following 14 medal winners at the Nature Hill Forensics meet on Saturday, March 13th.
Congratulations to all the wonderful performers at Sunday's forensics meet against 16 local schools in the Whitefish Bay Tournament.
Congratulations and Dedications are in order this cold and snowy Monday morning.
Pilgrim Park student, Janavi Wagle, compiled an impressive and expansive book list entitled My book list that helped me survive 2020 for the local blog, Our Sunday Project. Wagle's list includes 31 award-winning young adult books that she read during 2020. The list even caught the attention of authors featured on the list such as Laurie Halse Anderson, Ann Braden and Gennifer Choldenko.
February's Artist in Residence is 6th grader Mia Salas.
Congratulations to all Forensics students that performed on Thursday night for the Golda Meir Festival and Saturday for the Wisconsin Hills Tournament.
Something that we take great pride in is our tradition and strength of the music programs between PPMS and BEHS.
Significantly Exceeds Rating
Score on WI Report Card
Different Clubs &
Students Participated in
the Musical "Aladdin Jr."
of Students Participated
in Engineering Courses