Students advance to Texas State History Day

At the Brazos Valley Regional History Fair on Friday, seven BHS students competed. All of them placed and 5 will be advancing to the Texas State History Day in Austin on Saturday, April 25th. Courtney Lamb (10th Grade)Historical Paper – 1st PlaceTopic — The Apollo Soyuz Test Project Brandy Winkle, Maya Richards (10th Grade)Group Website – 3rd PlaceTopic […]

Students earn awards at Global Issues Conference

The 2012 Student’s Global Issues Conference was held Thursday, May 3 at Rudder Auditorium on the campus of TAMU. Students were required to research a global topic and write a 100 word abstract, a 1000 word research paper complete with MLA Works Cited, and create a multimedia video as well. The following students earned awards […]

Changing future by learning about past

While some teachers swear by textbook teaching and rote learning, others open up new avenues of communication in the classroom to reach their students. However history teacher Ruth Whiteley brings a fresh twist to usher the past into the present.

History teacher challenges students to link future to past

Teaching takes a lot of heart, and in Chad Cryer’s case, that statement has an even deeper meaning. The AP United States and IB 20th Century History teacher recently underwent open-heart surgery in the fall of 2010. After seven years of teaching at Bryan High, it was an adjustment to return to the classroom after such an experience.

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