Bluefield carpentry students are busy this year building cabins for camp Seggie!
Watch this space for updates.
Fantastic work bobcats!
Watch this space for dates of upcoming performances!
Be sure to catch the next Noon-hour concert on Thursday March 22!
Congratulations to all Bluefield Students that competed in this years’ Skills Canada Competitions. Fantastic effort by all involved!
Bluefield students teaching computer science and coding to elementary and junior high students as part of the Hour of Code project.
Bluefield students working on a recent bio lab on DNA Extraction
This great shot of Bluefield was taken by Mr. Strickey our Art/ Photography teacher using a drone!
Congratulations to the cast, crew, and our amazing band for putting on such an incredible show this year!
We would also like to thank the many parents, students, and staff that volunteered to help make this year’s musical such a huge success!
Welcome to Bluefield High School - Home of the Bobcats
As students and staff prepare for a new semester, I extend a sincere welcome to new and returning students and all parents and guardians.
In an increasingly competitive world, a good high school education is essential. Achieving this requires careful planning and a commitment to regular attendance and hard work. Parents and guardians are encouraged to work with the staff at Bluefield to ensure that students make this commitment. Student involvement in the many activities offered at Bluefield helps students feel part of the school community, offers new opportunities, reflects positively in future endeavours and leads to overall better success in their academics. Parents and guardians can play a large part in this by encouraging their students to become involved.
Parent involvement improves student achievement, promotes positive attitudes toward school and motivates students to succeed. Through our new website, we hope to improve communication between our school and home, and share the many successes of Bluefield's students.
Successful schools are communities: communities of learners, teachers and parents. We ask for the guidance and support of parents/guardians and the commitment of our students to continue to make Bluefield a great place to learn, work and visit. This partnership will ensure that a successful and rewarding environment exists at Bluefield for the youth of our community.
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BLUEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
Thursday, May 24, 2018
2018 YEARBOOKS ARE NOW ON SALE!
Books can be purchased online through the school website or in the main lobby at lunchtime. Cost for early orders is $45 but price will increase to $50 for any orders placed after May 31. Only 6 days left for you to get the Earlybird price of $45!
Prom tickets on sale every day at lunch for the month of May. Cost for grads ($20), guest ($25).
2018 Grad fees are $20 and cover grad gown rental, Casino Night admission and corsages for graduation. This fee should be paid on or before Casino Night which is next Thursday, May 31st. Fee can be paid in the main office.
Inclusive Ed students will be selling giant freezies for $1 in the main lobby at lunchtime. Proceeds going to Easter Seals.
The library is looking for all overdue books and materials to be returned immediately and all other signed out materials returned on or before June 1st. Please check at home and in your lockers and kitbags for any books you may have.
The Arts Coffee House is tonight starting 7pm. Tickets available only at the door. There are a limited number of custom mugs which will be given out on a first come, first serve basis.
Reminder: If you bring money today at lunchtime in room 239 to donate to the Relay for Life, you can stay and play with some newborn puppies.
Reminder to students in grade 12 to let Elizabeth know what university or college you are planning on attending in September. Students taking the year off, travelling, upgrading or working etc., must let Student Services know as well.
Community Service Bursaries – Please see Elizabeth in Student Services if you wish to be recognized at graduation.
Bridget Patterson and Alexis Burns are asked to see Mrs. Coughlin in Room 111 following the announcements.
Looking for a summer job, Milton Community Hall is looking for a Summer Manager, The Association of Rural Community Halls – PEI is looking for an RCH Outreach Worker for eight Weeks, as well as Oak Acres for Counsellors-in-Training (CIT). Applications are now available in Student Services and on the Student Services Website.