Re-imagining Broadalbin-Perth

At Broadalbin-Perth, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer a rigorous, innovative and high quality academic program that meets children where they are, whether they require enrichment or need extra help. We believe the way to ensure our graduates’ future success is to provide them with as many opportunities and experiences as we possibly can during the short time we have them in our care.

Prior to the 2012-13 school year, we scrapped many course offerings that our students no longer needed or that had lost their relevancy, and instead invested money into courses, programs and services that keep our students engaged and that better prepare them for their futures.

With a tremendous amount of input from our students and our community, we “re-imagined” what a 21st century education should look like at Broadalbin-Perth.

Re-Imagining Videos

Graphic Design

Broadalbin-Perth High School students in Ms. Anadio’s graphic design class create their own business cards, logos, and unique artwork.

 

Exploring Student Potential

K-5 students in Mrs. Plunkett’s Exploring Student Potential class navigate the rain forest, build a bridge, guide an egg through an obstacle course and learn about the inner workings of the eye.

 

Stem Class

Eighth-graders in Mrs. Sengenberger and Mr. Samek’s STEM courses engage in hands-on learning of exciting topics in science, technology, engineering and math.

 

Design and Drawing for Production

Students in Ms. Anadio’s Design and Drawing for Production learn where art intersects engineering.

 

Introduction to Engineering

Just four days into the 2012-13 school year, students in Mr. Eipp’s Introduction to Engineering class at Broadalbin-Perth High School were already finishing their first project.