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High School

HS Principal
Margaret Blowers, Principal
Email: BlowersM@bpcsd.org
Office Personnel
Assistant Principal - Adam Barnhart - 954-2604
Athletic Director - Mike Calvello - 954-2699
Secretary - Nora Horton - 954-2600
Social Worker - Marshall Gottung - 954-2625
School Nurse - Ambyr Towne - 954-2610

High School News

by Communications Staff on June 26, 2015
The Broadalbin-Perth High School auditorium has a new name.

During Friday’s graduation, the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District Board of Education dedicated the high school auditorium to the school’s retiring beloved principal, naming the facility the Margaret Robin Blowers Auditorium.
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by Communications Staff on June 23, 2015
A summer drama program is being offered to students in second through ninth grade. The deadline to sign up has been extended to June 30. The program runs July 6-Aug. 14 and costs $150 per student. Tryouts for "Beauty and the Beast Jr" will take place during the first week of the program. For more information and to register, download the form.


by Communications Staff on June 19, 2015
Do you know a teacher who goes above and beyond every day? Why not thank them and help your child’s school at the same time? Target’s “Thanks a Billion” campaign is rewarding schools for each thank-you message it receives.
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by Communications Staff on June 16, 2015
Take chances. Be significant. Never stop at “good enough.” These are just some of the words of wisdom given to the 125 members of the Broadalbin-Perth Class of 2015 during their commencement ceremony on Friday, June 26
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by Communications Staff on June 10, 2015
Broadalbin-Perth High School students who attend the Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School presented their capstone projects today at TEC-SMART in Malta. Seniors in the program also participated in a graduation ceremony.
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by Communications Staff on June 10, 2015
Mark Brooks, current assistant principal at Guilderland High School, will succeed 2011 New York State High School Principal of the Year Margaret Robin Blowers as principal at Broadalbin-Perth High School on July 1, Superintendent of Schools Stephen Tomlinson announced Wednesday.
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by Communications Staff on June 9, 2015
BPHS yearbooks are still available for purchase in the high school main office for $60.
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by Communications Staff on June 4, 2015
The Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) Committee at the high school was awarded a $1,000 grant from the Wal-Mart Community Grants Team at the Gloversville Supercenter Store No. 1806.
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by Communications Staff on June 3, 2015
The Broadalbin-Perth High School Concert Choir earned top honors at the Trills and Thrills Music Festival in Chestertown on Friday, May 29.
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by Communications Staff on May 17, 2015
Broadalbin-Perth High School has named its Class of 2015 Top 10, all of whom have earned a grade point average higher than 96 percent.
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by Communications Staff on April 28, 2015
After nearly 30 years as an educator in the Broadalbin-Perth School District — including 18 as principal of the high school — Margaret Robin Blowers is retiring.

To show Mrs. Blowers how much her investment in Broadalbin-Perth has meant, the district invites community members, parents, students and alumni to honor her via social media through the end of June.
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by Communications Staff on March 20, 2015
Broadalbin-Perth High School Art students are participating in the 21st annual "Horsing Around with the Arts” juried student art show at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, 191 Union Ave., in Saratoga Springs.
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by Communications Staff on January 14, 2015
Middle and high school students on Wednesday, Jan. 14, attended a presentation by law enforcement on cyber safety, where they learned about the impact of and laws surrounding cyberbullying and ways to stay safe online, including what kinds of things to post on social media.

Parents play an important role in keeping kids safe online. BPCSD offers some tips to help parents ensure their children aren’t engaging in risky behavior online.


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