Trigonometry--using Clinometers---Mrs. Burrell's Class Trigonometry--using Clinometers---Mrs. Burrell's Class Trigonometry--using Clinometers---Mrs. Burrell's Class Trigonometry--using Clinometers---Mrs. Burrell's Class Trigonometry--using Clinometers---Mrs. Burrell's Class PreAP Biology PreAP Biology PreAP Biology--Mrs. Worsley Mini Biomes Project--Mrs. Worsley Art Class Community Project--Mrs. Cole Wendy's High School Heisman 2016-17 Bainbridge High School winners 

Caitlin Miller and Bobby "Wright" Cook

Environmental Science -Amy Worsley Environmental Science -Amy Worsley Environmental Science -Amy Worsley Environmental Science -Amy Worsley Environmental Science--Amy Worsley Centennial Field Baking with Mrs. Oldaker

Principal's Message

Dear Students, Welcome Back! You are, indeed, privileged to be able to attend school in such a magnificent, second-to-none facility. We have an obligation to do our very best and to take care of our beautiful campus. The Bainbridge High School Bearfacts Student Handbook provides information about the programs and policies for students at BHS. Although it is not possible to list each ...

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Daily Bulletin December 6, 2016

Thought for the Day:  Your mind is a powerful thing.  When you fill it with positive thoughts, your life will start to change.

Daily Bulletin December 5, 2016

Thought for the Day:  It’s never too late to have a happy childhood. But the second one is up to you and no one else.

The Children from Bainbridge-Winecoff History

The Children from Bainbridge

By Addie Livingston

      When a visitor enters the lobby at Bainbridge High School their eyes are naturally drawn to the right, where the ubiquitous trophy case is found. It's like the glint off the trophies act as a siren's wail and the visitor is subconsciously transported to the trophy case in search of something like specks of gold shimmering from the bottom of a creek bed. But the more astute visitor quickly learns the really interesting stories are found not in the trophy case, which is in every high school in the country, but rather from a silent photograph on the opposite wall away from the trophy case. And when the visitor notices this photograph on the wall, it becomes apparent the 

Daily Bulletin December 2, 2016

Thought for the Day:  Well done is better than well said.

Daily Bulletin, December 1, 2016

Thought for the Day:  Our duty is not to see through one another; but to see one another through.

Daily Bulletin November 30, 2016

Thought for the Day:  The biggest step you can take is the one you take when you meet the other person halfway.

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