Brazosport Christian SchoolSenior Walk and Other Goings On at BCS
Art in Nature
Our High School Art students had the opportunity to be in nature on a field trip to the local Wildlife Preserve with Sherry Evans. By taking in their natural surroundings, artists can interact with nature using their senses to help them create abstract or realistic art. Not only were our students able to have fun, relax, and take in their surroundings, they were also able to be inspired by the beauty that our natural world has to offer.
Teacher Appreciation Week
BCS and our parents pampered our teachers and staff for an entire week for teacher appreciation! There was lunch, breakfast tacos, coffee, churros, massages, gifts, and SO MUCH MORE!!! Thank you to our teachers for doing such an amazing job with our students, and thank you to our school and parents for taking the time to donate items that were used to treat our staff!!
Track and Field
Track and Field students that made State, were sent off in style last week! Some of our younger kids and cheerleaders even made signs! Way to go Track and Field! Boys won the Championship for Division 1 for the second year in a row and girls came in runner up! Go Eagles!!
Pledge at Angleton National Day of Prayer Event
Caleb Seal was asked to do the Pledge at Angleton National Day of Prayer Event. A local committee includes churches and officials in the nearby areas to meet in Angleton and have an observance for this special day. Way to go Caleb Seal!
Every year Mrs. Foster takes a “Field Trip” with her students – but they don’t leave the campus. This year the assembly room was decorated with Space themed items and all of her English students dressed up for a fun afternoon of “Fostee Awards”. Every student won something! It was a fun afternoon had by all, and it was such a joy seeing the students’ smiling faces!
Each year, our Seniors line up in the back hallway dressed in their cap and gowns and make their way to the front of the school, through the parking lot, and into the Willow Church Chapel. Most of the time this includes their “Senior Song” and the entire school lines up in the hallway and cheers them along. It’s a memory that will last a lifetime. This year was no different, the students that will soon turn to Alumni made their way to Willow Church and enjoyed a memory filled chapel of music and speakers. Congratulations to our Class of 2023!!!
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