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Daily Announcements

  • Boys Volleyball Callout Meeting: Oct. 25 The BCHS Boys Volleyball team will hold a call-out meeting on Mon, Oct. 25, at 11:00 a.m. in the Varsity Gym. All BCHS boys interested in trying out for the team should attend. We’ll give you a preview of the upcoming season and answer any questions you might have. If you are interested but cannot attend the meeting, please notify Coach Jim Joven at [email protected]
  • Best Buddies LogoBest Buddies Callout Meeting: Oct. 14: Come to the Main Gym on Thursday, Oct. 14, during Seminar to hear more about the BCHS Best Buddies program. Come join a group of amazing individuals who work to advocate for and build relationships with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. All current members should also join this meeting as we will also be forming committees. Questions? Contact Ms. Bultinck at [email protected]
  • Done to Death Fall Play: tickets are on sale: Five mystery writers at the mysterious Vulture’s Vault – murders start to happen and hilarity ensues! Reserve your seats today or order the livestream for the 2021 BCHS Fall Play! Show times are Oct, 28, 29 and 30 at 7:00 p.m. The Friday performance will be livestreamed (cost $10) and needs to be ordered online. Ticket prices are pay what you can. Ticket information and orders.
  • Free SAT, AP and Math Tutoring via Schoolhouse.world The IN Department of Education is partnering with Schoolhouse.world to support students in grades 8-12 with free tutoring for SATs, math courses and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Live small-group tutoring via Zoom will focus on SAT reading, writing and math as well as AP course tutoring in calculus, statistics, chemistry, biology, physics and computer science. Signup for a session today at Schoolhouse.world
  • Senior Yearbook Photos: Signup is open, Photos must be taken at BCHS to be included in the yearbook. Signup is open.. Don’t delay to get your choice time slot. Details and signup
  • Boys Volleyball: Open Gyms in October The boys Volleyball team continues to host open gyms for all BCHS boys as follows:
    • Tuesdays: Oct. 7 and Oct. 14, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Aux Gym
    • Sat., Oct. 16, 1 to 3 p.m., main gym
    • Sat., Oct. 23, 11 AM to 1 p.m. in the Varsity Gym
    • Sat., Oct. 30, 11 AM to 1 p.m. in the Aux Gym.

    Open gyms are a great way to shake off the rust, meet prospective teammates, and prepare for an exciting volleyball season. Info about our call-out meeting will be coming soon! Please contact Coach Jim Joven at [email protected] with any questions.

  • September Class of 2022 College Counseling Newsletter
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  • CAREER EXPLORATION via Exploring Posts: Exploring Posts give students the opportunity to learn about careers associated with local area companies and organizations. Exploring is an affiliate of Boy Scouts of America and has been offering valuable connections to real-world career exploration to Indy and Bishop Chatard students for many years. Eli Lilly, BSA Lifestructures and One America are just a few of the companies offering Exploring Posts, many of which start this week! But students can register anytime. Guidebooks are being distributed to Sophomores and Juniors, and are also available for any student to pick up in the Guidance Office. Info and registration also available at THIS LINK

News Worth Repeating

  • 2022 Spring Break Trip to Italy & Germany
    The 2022 BCHS Spring Break Trip 2021 will take you to Italy and Germany with a stop in Tyrol, Austria.
    CHECK OUT THE TOUR HERE
    Questions? Contact Art Teacher Lisa Johnson at [email protected]
  • Summer Field Studies Trip to San Juan Mountains: Part academic, part adventure, part retreat.. This trip in June 2022 is open to current juniors and seniors.
    Read all about the trip – including a video by Kaitlyn Stehlik of last year’s trip
  • Sports Medicine Club: Interested in being around medicine, helping with rehab? Learn how to stay calm in emergencies, how to access environmental factors that could lead to injury and more from certified athletic trainers…. The new BCHS Sports Medicine Club, replacing the ‘student trainer’ role, will provide an opportunity for students to be exposed to medicine. Members will use the title “Sports Medicine Aide (SMA)”. The Sports Medicine Club is not limited to only the fall season or to only one sport; it is open to new members all school year. There is no cost in the club.

    Find Out What You Would Do as an SMA

    Interested? Fill in the SPORTS CLUB AGREEMENT and turn in to our Athletic Trainer MJ Barnes. Questions? Contact her at [email protected]

  • Football Tickets: All students receive free admission to regular home contests with their school ID card. No need to purchase any tickets!** (Games not included are City Tourney or IHSAA events played at BCHS).

    For away games or for extra home tickets, information will be posted under ‘Tickets’ on the Athletic website.

  • Ultimate Frisbee Club: All BCHS students are invited to join The Ultimate Club! This group gathers a few times a week at Broad Ripple Park to learn and play the sport of Ultimate Frisbee. Practices are Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-4:45, and Fridays from 2:45-3:45. It is super low-key, so there is no need to worry about getting cut or missing a practice. All are welcome, regardless of prior experience. Students MUST fill out this form before playing.
    Questions? See Mr. Kelley ([email protected])
    Come to play Ultimate, and stay to have fun with new friends!
  • After School Study Tables are available for anyone who needs a quiet place to work after school.  Monday – Thursday until 4:30 room 207.
    Monday Morning Study Tables start at 7:30 in the ARC.  All are welcome!