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Brunswick High School's College Financial Aid Night
Wednesday December 7th from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. in Crooker Theater.

Announcements 12/6

Today is Tuesday, December 6th, and it’s a BLACK Day.

Click for the BHS December Newsletter!

If you have  ever wanted to throw something at a cop, here’s your chance! The Brunswick Police Benefit Association cordially invites you to “Dodge a Cop” Dodgeball Tournament! The Tournament will take place on Saturday, January 29th, at 9:00 a.m. at Coastal Orthopedics. The entry cost is $100 per team, with a 6 member minimum. The cause is Brunswick Youth Sports! For more information, or to register your team, see Detective Scott at BHS, or contact Sergeant Paul Hansen at 721-4330 or email phansen@brunswickpd.org. The “Dodge a Cop” Dodgeball Tournament is sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts.   Click for Event Flyer with Details!

Don’t miss Brunswick High School’s College Financial Aid Night tomorrow evening from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. in Crooker Theater. Topics will include: Types of aid, such as grants, scholarships, work/study, and loans, the FAFSA and the Profile forms, and much more! Don’t miss this informative night for parents and college-bound students!

A representative from “School Year Abroad” will be in the Counseling Office on Monday, December 12th at 9:30 a.m. Please visit the counseling office to sign up.

Attention all students: This week the Outing Club will be selling Frosty’s donuts in the morning downstairs in the front of the school. Stop by to get some early morning energy and support the Outing Club!

Any student interested in participating in the Unified Basketball program this season may see Coach Baribeau during non academic time to sign up. Continue reading

Announcements 12/5

Today is Monday, December 5th and it’s an ORANGE Day.

Click for the December Orange and Black Student Newsletter!

Help support the Class of 2017!  Visit the Gelato Fiasco in Brunswick today and purchase some delicious gelato. Just tell the Gelato sales clerk at the register that you are supporting the BHS Senior class and your purchase will go directly to the seniors. Thank you in advance for eating some tasty gelato today and supporting the senior class!

Don’t miss Brunswick High School’s College Financial Aid Night this Wednesday from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. in Crooker Theater. Topics will include: Types of aid, such as grants, scholarships, work/study, and loans, the FAFSA and the Profile forms, and much more! Don’t miss this informative night for parents and college-bound students!

Join millions of students in over 180 countries who are participating in the Global Hour of Code event from December 5th to 11th during Computer Science Education Week. Hour of Code is organized by Code.org and supported by Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and over 100 others. Get a pass in the Library and come to the new Makerspace during your Study Hall this week and see what you can code in an hour!

There are new SeaPerch teams forming at BHS! There will be an informational meeting after school today in Room 127 for students interested in this innovative underwater robotics program.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Homemade Meatloaf, Smashed Potatoes with Gravy, a Whole Grain Dinner Roll and Steamed Green Beans.

Interact meets today after school in Room 214.

Any student interested in participating in the Unified Basketball program this season may see Coach Baribeau during non academic time to sign up.

All students interested in participating in Ski Club this winter may now sign up with Coach Baribeau in Room 119.

In girls hockey action, Nadia Leiner earned her first varsity victory in goal against Portland on Saturday. Captain Anna Webster led the defense in a 14 – 6 win.  Scorers were Colleen McKearney, Madeline Berry, Beth Labbe with 5, Rayna Sage with 3, and Jenna Brooks with 4. The Dragons are now 2 and 1.


Take a peek at the first edition of Brunswick School Department Teacher Talk Newsletter.  The intention of this communication is to share the great learning and teaching happening in the Brunswick Schools with the Brunswick community.  

This issue focuses on teacher initiatives to research, learn, implement and continue their efforts to meet the needs of Brunswick students through differentiation. 

We hope you enjoy learning more about our Brunswick Schools. 

The autumn newsletter can be viewed by clicking the following link:
Brunswick School Department Teacher Talk

Later Start at BHS? Parent/Guardian Feedback Requested:

The Board would like your feedback on the idea of having the high school day start later. We are collecting feedback from teachers, staff, students, families and community members. We realize that there  are both positives to the idea as well as challenges and we want to be sure to examine all perspectives.
Please take a few minutes to fill out the following survey. This will take less than five minutes. Your input is really important so please do take the time to fill this out. Just click on this link to access the questions:
Parent/Guardian Forum
Just a reminder that our first Parent/Guardian Forum has been rescheduled. The Forum will now take place on Tuesday, October 25th at 6:00pm. The focus of the discussion will be on how we can help students to reduce their stress level. All parents and guardians are welcome to attend.

Fund-Raising Project – Support Public Education

Superintendent Paul Perzanoski has announced a fund-raising project for the Brunswick School Department. In an effort to raise funds for the development of summer programs for students, the School Department is selling hooded sweatshirts, long-sleeve t-shirts, and t-shirts with the phrase “Support Public Education” on the front and back of the garment. Naturally, the clothes are black with orange lettering, the colors of the Brunswick High School Dragons.


Click to see -Tee Shirt


Click to see -Long Sleeve


Click to see – Hoodie







Click for Order Form!
Order forms are on all school and district websites and social media and also available at the Central office of the district which is Hawthorne School, 46 Federal Street. If you happen to see an older man out on the streets of Brunswick running or walking with the above mentioned garments on, it’s just Mr. Perzanoski supporting the cause.

Please join us in our support of public education.

NEASC Update:

The visiting team has completed the BHS NEASC report, which includes an overview for each committee, commendations and recommendations for moving forward. Just a reminder that we will hear back in October regarding our NEASC status because the official review of the document will take place during the NEASC fall meeting. Click for the NEASC report.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the NEASC accreditation process. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Shanna Crofton or Jim Flanagan at BHS.