Articles Posted in the " Clubs " Category


  • Theatre Guild Advances in State Competition

    by Julie Harrington Class of 2016 What do you get when you mix slamming doors, missing sardines, a wacky cast of characters, and only hours until opening night? Noises Off. The Braintree High School Theatre Guild will perform the two time Tony-nominated comedy by Michael Frayn March 3, 4, 5. The three-act play follows a […]


  • BHSTG Auditioning for Fall Musical

    Braintree High School Theatre Guild will be performing the musical “Wonderful Town” with music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and book by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov. It is based on stories by Ruth McKenney in the New Yorker magazine that became the play “My Sister Eileen” by the same authors. […]


  • Math Competes in State Tournament Today

    by Yannis Lam Class of 2017 The BHS Math Team has made it to the state level competition for the first time in the school’s history. After a divisional playoff meet on Thursday, March 4th, Braintree High’s Math Team defied all expectations and made it into the state finals. Two teams of five mathletes from […]


  • Tickets for One Act Plays Now Available

    Tickets for Braintree High School Theatre Guild’s Night of One Act plays went on sale this morning. There will be three performances: Friday, March 13 at 7pm and Saturday March 18 at 2pm and 8pm. Theatre Guild has greatly reduced the price of tickets from previous years in an attempt to increase student attendance, and […]


  • Photo Gallery: Wampstock 2014

    by Rebecca Lackie Class of 2015 Last night, twenty four acts took the stage for Wampstock, formerly Battle of the Bands and Arts Night. The event, hosted by Maverick Lydon-Shay, Jack Hennessey, and Evan Abreu, serves as a fundraiser for Theatre Guild and Stone Soup.


  • Chicago Gives BHS The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle

    by Jasmine Lau and Namita Arunkumar Class of 2016 With each new school year comes a new school musical, and this year the BHSTG did not disappoint with their production of the popular play Chicago. Inspired by the 1920’s trial cases of Beaulah Annan and Belva Gaertner, the story of Roxie Hart begins in the […]


  • NAHS Brings Halloween Spirit to BHS

    As a way for Braintree High School to celebrate the spirit of Halloween, Braintree High School’s National Art Honor Society hosted its first annual BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin) Painting Palooza on October 23rd, 2014 in the ART WING Foyer. With a turnout of almost thirty students, everyone came together to enjoy painting their pumpkins […]


  • A Prom To Remember

    by Joe Walsh BHS News Prom night is a special event in the life of any adolescent. It is a chance to make memories that will serve as a nostalgic reminder youth’s blitheness for years to come. However some teens are dealing life threatening illnesses that can take away from this experience. That is why […]


  • Club Profile: Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

    by Angie Hastings BHS News This year, the Gay-Straight Alliance truly hit its stride. Under the leadership of faculty advisor Mr. Marx and president Catherine Conley, the GSA has become extremely successful. With upwards of thirty members altogether, the GSA is becoming more prevalent than ever before. Each meeting brings in more and more new […]