The Braintree High School Class of 2018 will be holding a fundraiser car was from 9-1 on Saturday, May 21 at Town Hall. A standard car wash will be $10 with a $5 option for interior vacuuming and window cleaning.
Attention all freshman and sophomores, it is time for our annual freshman and sophomore dance. This year’s dance will have a black light theme and students are encouraged to wear white or other bright colors. The dance will be on Friday, March 18th from 7:30 to 10:00 at BHS. All student council members have tickets […]
Compiled by Brian McDermott Class of 2016 This Monday, June 15, students in all grades will be electing class officers to serve on Student Council. Braintree High News asked all candidates to answer five questions to help the voting students get a better idea of who they are and why they believe they deserve to […]
The class of 2018 is having a fundraiser today from 2-6pm at the Chipotle in the South Shore Plaza. Anyone who presents the attached flyer, shows it on their smartphone, or mentions the BHS Class of 2018 when they order will have 50% of their total donated to the Class of 2018. 2018 Chipotle
Tickets for the Class of 2018 trip to see The Boston Red Sox play the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday, June 3 will go on sale on Monday during B Lunch. $20 includes a ticket to the game and bus transportation leaving Braintree High School and returning after the game. For more information, see a member […]
After the request for a waiver from the 180 day rule was denied by the state, the Braintree Public Schools is seeking feedback from parents, teachers, and students about how to make up snow days. The poll, which can be found here, is open until March 8 and includes questions about scheduling for future school years.
by Ryan Picciuto Class of 2016 On March 11th students will be able to pelt their peers and teachers with dodgeballs either out of competition, or out of payback, during the Eighth Annual Dodgeball Tournament – an event that always brings the school together. The tournament serves as a fundraiser for the alternative programs, which […]
by Andrew J. Scarlata Class of 2015 A lot will happen during your four years in high school. You’ll gain friends, and lose some. You’ll find yourself, and make mistakes while doing it. From an experienced senior, here is some advice to help guide you through the next four years. Respect the Administration The better […]
by Joseph Walsh Class of 2016 Starting later this year, a change in the midyear and final exam schedules that was voted into action last year by the school council, will take effect. Midyear exams will now start at 7:45 as opposed to 9:15, and unlike previous years, lunch will not be served on exam […]