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Academic Program

Graduate Profile

Our students are all college graduates.  They will exit with the following skills and mindsets that will be developed while in high school to realize this success.

Self-Directed Learner -  Approaches learning as an owner of the process by setting goals, seeking help, identifying and connecting with resources and developing solid study skills.

Skilled Communicator - Conveys information and knowledge effectively by listening, comprehending and adapting to various audiences.  Applies content knowledge through speaking and writing.

Servant Leader -  Treats individuals with respect and serves the community by seeking out opportunities to enrich the lives of individuals to build better organizations and help create a just and caring world.

Responsible Citizen - Well-organized, can prioritize competing interests, welcomes diversity and seeks to understand other perspectives.

Health & Wellness Advocate -  Commits to physical and mental health of self and others and works to prevent illnesses by promoting and sharing information and resources for healthier living. 

 

 

National Academy Foundation

BCHS has partnered with the National Academy Foundation (NAF) to offer students a planned curriculum to “develop a pipeline of students prepared to pursue health-related degrees and professions in one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy, including biotechnology, genetics, nursing, therapeutics, and diagnostics” (naf.org).  NAF is a national organization and is keenly positioned to help the school connect with its extended network to provide opportunities for students to build college and career-readiness skills.  Click here to learn more at about the National Academy Foundation.

Program and Activities

Job shadow Day

Job Shadow Day is an annual event that serves to introduce students to real-life work environments in a particular field of interest. Gaining that firsthand experience has often inspired students to work even harder to achieve long-term goals. There have also been instances where a student, after having had a shadowing experience, realizes that there is a major difference between the image of a career and the day-to-day work environment; and they decide to pursue other interests.

College Night

College Night is an event where a plethora of local and out-of-state colleges come on campus to meet and share their program offerings with our students. We also have both a financial aid and ACT prep expert on site to facilitate workshops to bust myths and to share ways for students and their families to experience greater success.

On-Site College Visits

Colleges visit our school monthly to share their program offerings with our student body with the hopes of recruiting future students.

Career Day

Career Day is a day-long event where professionals from all backgrounds and careers come to share with our students how they

Lunch-n-Learn Series

Lunch-n-Learn Series is facilitated twice monthly with local professionals to include physicians who come to share with our students the ends and outs of the careers. How to enter the career successful with college choices, etc.

Future DOcs with MSU

Future DOcs is a six-month program facilitated monthly by Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. The students are paired with medical college student mentors and they have hands-on workshops on various medical topics. The students walk away with HIPA and CPR certifications, a community service project completed and a wealth of knowledge around the medical world.

 

Guidance