BKW MasterMinds place 3rd in Albany League
The 2015-16 MasterMinds program finished third in the Albany League 5 in both varsity and junior varsity. .... Read More
From the Principal: May is packed with exciting activities!
As we return from Spring Break, there are several important events and reminders to share. ...Read More
BKW hosting Children’s Health and Wellness Expo on May 5
Students, parents, and community members are invited to BKW’s health
and Wellness Expo on Thursday, May 5, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the high
BKW's Shayla Lyons signs National Letter of Intent
Stonehill College is getting one of BKW’s best students, who also happens to be a phenomenal athlete..... Read More
Photo Gallery: BKW Theatre Troupe Presents 'Annie'
Recently,more than 80 BKW Theatre Troupe members presented the musical "Annie". We could not be more proud of all of their hard work and dedication!
Be sure to check the revised end-of-year schedule
W e’ve had to reschedule some events – and add a few
days off because of the lack of snow days –
so please click here for our updated calendar for the end of the school year
e’ve had to reschedule some events – and add a few days off because of the lack of snow days – so please click here for our updated calendar for the end of the school year [PDF].
BKW students make music at all-county festival
This past weekend, 35 BKW middle and high school students were selected
to participate in the Schoharie All-County Music Festival. The band and choir
students have been working hard with Ms. Travis since January to prepare for
to see more photos on the BKW Facebook page.
This past weekend, 35 BKW middle and high school students were selected to participate in the Schoharie All-County Music Festival. The band and choir students have been working hard with Ms. Travis since January to prepare for this event. Click here to see more photos on the BKW Facebook page.
BKW students cook up scholarships at ProStart competition
A native American-themed menu combined with an excellent business plan for
a restaurant was just the right recipe for success for BKW’s Brandon Fortuin and
John Lussier and two of their classmates in the Capital Region BOCES Career and
Technical School (CTE) culinary program at the Schoharie campus.
A native American-themed menu combined with an excellent business plan for a restaurant was just the right recipe for success for BKW’s Brandon Fortuin and John Lussier and two of their classmates in the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) culinary program at the Schoharie campus. Read More
'Chain of Kindness' links students together
The culminating activity of BKW’s grade 7 in-school field trip was to create a chain of kindness that represents students' commitment to work together, support each other and give their best. Read More
Changes ahead for NYS grades 3-8 exams in ELA and math
As the spring testing season approaches, state education leaders have announced a series of changes to the state’s English language arts (ELA) and math exams for grades 3-8. Read More
Congratulations to students on the 2nd Quarter Honor Roll
Grippin, Rivenburgh honored with PE leadership award
BKW recently recognized Daniel Grippin and Jessica Rivenburgh with the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance’s Physical Education Outstanding Student Award.Read More
BKW trio fares well at wrestling Section II State Qualifier
Three members of the squad made a huge impression on the rest of the Section II competition at the Glens Falls Civic Center during the Section II Division II Wrestling Championship Tournament. Read More
Sports physicals will be held on Wednesday, March 2
Sports physicals will be held on Wednesday, March 2, in the Nurse's Office. Contact Mrs. Lounsbury at 872-1482 to sign your child up for a physical. Physicals are required for students in grades 7 and 10, and for students participating in sports. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Lounsbury in the High School Nurse's Office.
Tenth graders begin study of WWII with visit from Holocaust survivor
BKW High School sophomores experienced an in-house field trip they won't soon forget. Holocaust survivor Ivan Vamos addressed the tenth grade Social Studies and English classes as they prepare to read Elie Wiesel's “Night” and begin their study of World War II. Read More
Girls and Boys basketball teams advance in sectionals, play second round this Friday, Feb. 19
Congratulations to both the girls and boys
varsity basketball teams for winning their first round sectional games
last night! The varsity boys basketball team's second game will be
played this Friday, Feb. 19, 5 p.m. at Hudson Valley Community
College, against Mayfield HS.
The varsity girls basketball team's second game will also be played this Friday, Feb. 19, at Mekeel Academy against Cambridge HS. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Admission is $6 per person.
BKW, Hilltown Resource Center partner to help students
A team of BKW teachers got together to find the best way to meet students' needs, and then connected to the Hilltown Resource Center. Read More
BKW seeking candidates for Boys State
BKW junior boys are again invited to take part in one of the state’s most prestigious government educational programs, the American Legion’s Boys State. ...Read More
Bulldog Wrestling honors captains
Seniors and Wrestling Captains Rob Hass and Steven DeGroff were honored with their parents at the start of the Thursday, Jan. 28, match against Little Falls. Read More
3rd Quarter begins Feb. 1, check schedules on student and parent portals
For students in grades 7-12, the 3rd Quarter will be starting on Monday, Feb. 1, and may bring with it some changes to schedules for those students enrolled in half-year classes. The schedules are available on the student and parent portals and can be printed directly from there ...Read More
From the Principal: Let BKW Pride warm your heart this holiday season
In the spirit of the season, as I reflect on everything that has gone and all that is still to come in the new year, what is always first and foremost is BKW Pride. ...Read More
New Visions programs offer immersive experience for BKW students
BKW's 11th graders had the chance to learn about the exciting program offerings for next year at the New Visions programs. Read More
Games teach diversity during International Games Day
Middle school students got – and gave – a lesson in diversity as part of the American Library Association’s 8th annual International Games Day. Read More
Career and Tech opportunities abound for BKW students
Capital Region Career and Technical School faculty presented to 9th and 10th grade students on Monday, Dec. 14, detailing the exciting program offerings available to them during their junior and senior years at the Capital Region Career and Technical Education campuses in Albany and Schoharie. Read More
Clothing drive in full swing
Mrs. Snyder's clothing drive is in full swing and open to students, community members, faculty and staff daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read More
From the Principal: There is so much to be thankful for
As we enter the Thanksgiving Holiday, there’s truly a lot to be thankful for here at the BKW Secondary School. We celebrated our Bulldog Pride for Spirit Week and had a blast in our Red White & Blue, Twin Outfits, Class Colors, Pajamas and BKW gear. Friday’s Pep Rally was a fantastic finale. Read More
Giving thanks by paying it forward
Mrs. Snyder's Communication/Career College Readiness class "Paid it Forward" recently by perking up the secondary school staff with free coffee. Read More
Sports Boosters hosting
The BKW Sports Boosters are selling t-shirts, long-sleeve tees, crew-neck sweatshirts and hooded sweatshirts to benefit BKW athletics. The items are available in grey with the BKW Bulldog logo. Apparent can be personalized for an additional $4 per item. Read More
From the Principal: We have plenty to celebrate at BKW
Believe it or not, today marked the end of the first quarter! Congratulations to all on putting forth your best effort and making these first ten weeks a success! Read More