Welcome to BHS!
With its excellent academic programs, commitment to meeting the diverse needs of all its students, safe and caring environment, and strong connection to the community, Beaconsfield High School fits the profile of a school devoted to student success. High academic achievement and personal development are nurtured in all students, both in the classroom and through a broad spectrum of cultural, social and sporting activities. More than 90% of our graduates attend post-secondary schools, and many have gone on to be leaders in their professions.
We have once again designated March as Cyber Month at BHS. This year students and teachers will be offered Google workshops so that our school community is well prepared for the Board’s switch to using Google Apps for Education (GAFE) at the end of this school year. Students are in the process of being given their usernames & passwords and taking part in an introductory workshop on how to navigate using Google Apps for Education (GAFE). All BHS students will have participated in this workshop by mid-March.
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Our overriding goal is to meet the highly-specialized needs of the 21st century adolescent. We strive to prepare them academically, socially and personally for the demands of modern life. Student involvement in all aspects of school culture is crucial to this preparation. Students are encouraged to become solid citizens of BHS both academically and socially, in order to promote the growth of knowledge, skills, self-esteem, self-discipline and self-confidence. In the context of a safe, caring environment, the entire BHS team devotes themselves to helping all students reach their maximum potential.
In the News
BHS Students Raise $12,000.00 for Shave to Save!
October ended on a high note with four of our Secondary II students, Kayla Hynes, Danika Watt, Lukas Carlsson-Hayes and Dario Kubic, Dario’s mother Mrs. Guilia Simonetto, and Vice Principal Adam Lambert shaving their heads in front of a standing room only crowd at our annual Shave to Save event. Our special thanks to these four students who raise over $12,000 all by themselves. All money raised was donated to the Virgin 96/Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation. Many thanks to Mrs. Dubuc for organizing this important event!
Beaconsfield High School Wins Most Sportsmanlike School Award
In June of 2014 BHS was awarded the Most Sportsmanlike School Award from the Greater Montreal Athletic Association (GMAA). This association oversees all inter-scholastic sports for the Island of Montreal and has judged BHS as having the school teams that most exhibited the qualities of fair play, cooperation and sportsmanship. We are very proud of our student athletes and their coaches for representing themselves and their school in such an excellent manner at their sporting events during the 2013-2014 school year.
Beaconsfield High School’s Cafeteria Service Wins First Place in Quebec!
We are very proud to announce that the Beaconsfield High School cafeteria team has been awarded first place in the province of Quebec for their cafeteria service! Our cafeteria team were recently rated on the quality of their service, the quality of their food, their teamwork, their interaction with students and their work ethic. They attained a score of 96% which was the highest rating for Quebec. We want to wish Cafeteria Manager, Susan King, and her staff huge congratulations for achieving this first place honour and for always doing such a terrific job! We also want to thank them for their hard work and their outstanding dedication to our students!
The BHS community, consisting of students, parents, teachers and administration, is committed to working together in a partnership to provide a comprehensive bilingual education that promotes excellence in all areas of school life and encourages success for all.
We recognize that one of the greatest strengths of any team is a strong collaborative approach to problem-solving, delivery of program, extra-curricular events and maintaining our school as an inviting, dynamic, purposeful and safe environment in which to learn.
At BHS our policies are based on shared beliefs.
We believe that:
- everyone learns and works best in a caring, challenging and safe environment that promotes self-esteem and respect for others
- everyone has the right to personal respect and dignity
- everyone has the right to personal safety and respect for personal belongings
- everyone has the right to uninterrupted learning
- everyone has the right to fair, consistent and positive discipline aimed at promoting personal growth and development
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February 28, 2015