Families of current Bangor grade 8 students are invited to an information session about the transition to Bangor High School as the Class of 2018 on Tuesday, March 4th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. in Peakes Auditorium. Administrators and Department Heads will present information about the school day and schedule, the academic program, selection of courses, graduation requirements and important spring dates to consider. Contact the BHS Guidance Office at 992-5516 for more information. Join us!
Cameron Stadium Renovations Continue Spring will be here soon, and fans of Bangor Track and Field will enjoy the recent Cameron Stadium upgrades as much as last fall’s football and soccer crowd. The campaign to renovate Cameron Stadium has resulted so far in new bleachers, safer pavement, handicapped accessibility, better drainage, an upgraded lighting system, and a new press box. A new field house containing public restrooms, locker rooms, and equipment storage will complete Phase One of the
Beginning in the 2014-2015 school year, Bangor High School students will be able to choose a course of study with a concentration in fine arts. Similar to Bangor High School’s STEM Academy that was launched in the fall of 2012, Bangor High School’s Fine Arts Academy will offer students with an interest in the visual arts a rigorous, enriching program. Any student interested in deep exploration of the arts can choose one of three pathways in the visual arts: digital
The Bangor School Department and the University of Maine finalized an Articulation Agreement last week that could save graduates from Bangor High School’s STEM Academy time and money during their college years. “We’re pleased to be working in partnership with the University of Maine to provide our students more opportunities for post-secondary STEM learning and STEM careers,” said Dr. Betsy Webb, Superintendent of the Bangor School Department. “Having our students’ accelerated learning in high school recognized and rewarded is a
On Thursday, June 6, 2013, the Downeast School was awarded the The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries Award. The Downeast School will receive a $5,000 grant to expand, update, and diversify their library book collection. The Downeast School was the only school in Maine to receive the grant.