Vox Populi @ BHS

P1050441 (They meant affect.) Within a few weeks’ time, the results were published (and revised, and then re-revised). P1050442

Think Pink

When the AD announced that students needed to fill out an application printed on pink paper, so many students asked for the form in the Art Office that Mr. Engle obliged them with this (reproduced here in black and white).


“The Deer”


On this date in 1984, Dr. DeYoung interrupted 7th hour over the public address system to announce that Bobby Dernier had hit a home run in the first at-bat of the game.




Declassified #1


This begins a new series of posts in which documents from the Huge School receive the attention they deserve.

Greetings From Erman

Here is a terrific document, unearthed by Ms H. the other day. When you click on these images, they are close to actual size on your laptop screen.



Physiography! Caesar! Shorthand! Civics! (I maintain that Civics should return to the curriculum.) I don’t know what enrollment was, but it had to be under 50 students: the town population was around 1750.


For perspective, consider that Armistice Day, occurring at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month to mark the end of “the war to end all wars,” had yet to occur.


As Wikipedia would say: “Citation needed.”

What’s missing from the curriculum? (Hint: it begins with “A”).