Great things are happening in Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), which makes BCPS shine - everyday. BCPS Shines spotlights our amazing students, phenomenal teachers, school leaders and support staff, and exciting academic programs throughout our District. Learn more about all of the things that make BCPS proud.
Princesses, knights and princes filled Silver Shores Elementary School for a Renaissance Enrichment Cluster Extravaganza.
Students new to the United States gain valuable experience to develop their social and cultural skills, nurture their leadership potential and increase their understanding of North American culture.
Physical education teachers were immersed with new technology tools in a recent professional development training session.
Students from Deerfield Beach Middle School presented their Passion Projects, which is a required part of the Middle Years International Baccalaureate program.
Cooper City Elementary School received a special visit from members of the Miami Marlins.
Brianna Horland and Bayleigh Pearson from South Plantation High School earned $600 Culpepper Journalism Foundation fellowships to attend summer journalism programs at universities.
Students from Pines Middle School received a visit from the Fifth Third eBus, a 40-foot long bus that holds a mobile financial classroom.
Stirling Elementary School received a special visit from the Miami Marlins.
Seniors that had not already committed to post-secondary plans attended the Last Chance College Bound Summit at the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Campus of Atlantic Technical College.
Students from Park Lakes Elementary School spent the day with members of the United States Navy during Fleet Week.
The Silver Trail Middle School Band played the National Anthem at a Miami Marlins game at Marlins Park.
Pasadena Lakes Elementary School received a special visit from the Miami Marlins.
Driftwood Middle School Academy of Health and Wellness celebrates Earth Week every year with a variety of different Earth-friendly activities.
Students in Ms. Mitchell-Eames Eco Stem class at Millennium Middle School, along with members of the South Florida Audubon Society, Whole Foods Market of Coral Springs, Naturescape Broward and Rare Fruit Tree council of Broward County, planted and dedicated 19 fruit trees on their campus.
Students from McNicol Middle School raised awareness for plastic pollution by creating a boat made up of more than 1,000 plastic bottles and plastic grocery bags connected to hold the bottles together.
Northeast High School alumni, Kiona Elliott from the Class of 2013, and Payton Kaar from the Class of 2014, participated in the 2016 White House Science Fair as All Stars on an alumni panel.
Stranahan High School senior Aida Siegel attended the NASDAQ Exchange in New York for her outstanding achievement in Mr. Steinlauf’s accounting class in Everfi’s Personal Financial Literacy module.
Plantation Elementary School aims to increase parent support through a new initiative Principal’s Chat and Parent Field Trips.
Eight high school and adult students from Atlantic Technical College competed in the SkillsUSA Florida State Leadership and Skills Conference with four students winning first place. These students will next compete at the SkillsUSA National Championship from June 21 – 24, 2016, in Louisville, KY.
Broward Virtual School (BVS) hosted an open house on Friday, April 15, 2016, to inform parents and students about its online program.
Four Broward County Public Schools were honored at the annual “Take 5 to Stay Alive – Don’t Text and Drive” video contest. Cypress Bay High School won second place, Whiddon Rogers Education Center won third place, Piper High School won third place and Atlantic Technical High School won fifth place.
Six seniors from JP Taravella High School won first place in the first-ever Florida Virtual Enterprise Business Plan Competition. The students presented a plan for a firm called “Focal Point, Inc.” with 25 employees in the Virtual Enterprise International marketplace. These students will represent JP Taravella High at the Virtual Enterprise National Business Plan Competition in New York in April.
Competing against 63 teams from around the world, the robotics team from McArthur High School won the Orlando Regional FIRST® Robotics Competition. The team will compete in Saint Louis, Missouri for the national championship in April 2016.
Hollywood Hills High School hosted a “Crazy Kickball” game to help a fellow student, Michael Newnham, diagnosed with cancer. Juniors and seniors from Hollywood Hills High competed against faculty and staff members to raise funds and general awareness.
Derek Mejia, a student from Lauderhill 6-12 is helping students make healthy nutritional choices through a multi-level arcade-style game that he designed, Hungry Hannah.
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