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Jumpstart provides alternative education to district students

Charlie Chapman

March 6, 2018

In its third year, the district Jumpstart program continues to offer an alternative path to students who have struggled in a traditional school environment. Jumpstart intends to guide students to graduation and assists them in...

Jim Chin: BHS’ most interesting man

Caden Thun

March 2, 2018

Chin poses in his classroom Jim Chin just might be the most interesting person ever to have set foot on Burlingame High School’s campus. The AP European and Modern World history teacher is the teacher-advisor for BHS’ M...

A Letter to Student Body

February 12, 2018

A note to the students of Burlingame:Positivity is the mode by which humans conduct the most fulfilling, rewarding lives. In positive environments, empathy flourishes and happiness is abundant.More than ever, the Burlingame c...

Prom a hit among students despite hotel venue

Christopher Hu

May 8, 2017

The chatter and excitement filled the air as the days drew closer to April 22 for one of the most highly anticipated events of the year: prom. Dressed in style, seniors and juniors headed off to San Francisco’s Hotel Ni...

Seniors plan their final summers before college

April 21, 2017

Priya Patel Priya Patel will spend her summer, for the most part, at “home,” but that doesn’t mean she can’t be productive. She wants to prepare for college, volunteer, and get a job. Priya is still looking for a jo...

School policy for class selection aims to help all students succeed

Charlie Chapman

March 21, 2017

“This year in Food and Nutrition, 206 students signed up, and we only have space for 128,” Burlingame Counselor Luis Mashek told the Burlingame B. When facilities and staff cannot accommodate an additional class, “the process...

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