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On Saturday, November 30th, the jersey of former Boys and Girls High School alumni, Dwayne Alonzo “Pearl” Washington was retired during the annual Kangaroo Basketball Classics.
The Kangaroos were able to close out the night with a win. After a thrilling main event, the Roos hopped on to victory. Khalil Brantley finished with 32pts and collected MVP honors. Jaheim Edwards took the Trevor Mickens Highest Scholastic Average Award home with a 94.6% average. Achievement First’s own, Nyah Sam received Sportsmanship honors.
Come and enjoy a delicious free dinner, entertainment and prizes as we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday at Boys and Girls High School Campus.
BGHS Annual Student Thanksgiving Luncheon provided by Boys and Girls High School Staff, Administration, and Community Partners.
On Wednesday, January 23 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio hosted a parent leader forum with the community, officials and Chancellor Richard Carranza.
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Boys and Girls High School, the oldest public high school in Brooklyn, is a comprehensive high school in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York.
Paying tribute to Boys and Girls HS alumni Dwayne "Pearl" Washington for his contributions to the sport and the school.
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This video was created by students at Boys & Girls High School with guidance from BRIC Teaching Artists as part of the Art as a Catalyst for Change initiative.
Here at Boys and Girls High School...
- 100% Increase in Students Graduating College Ready
- 17 Sports Teams
- 5 Advanced Placement Courses
- 3 College Access Programs
- 3 CTE Programs
- 100% Increase in Students Passing Advanced Courses since 2015
- 4 STEAM Programs
- 3 Mentoring / Health Wellness Programs
- 73% of Students Pass Math Regents by Year 2
- 86% Attendance Rate
- 63% Graduation Rate – highest in 7 years