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.
Approximately 1,000 students put their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills to the test in the daylong SECME-STEM Olympiad.
Students from Dillard High School had an opportunity to participate in a master class with dancers from the Pilobolus Dance Theater.
The Virtual Enterprises International Trade Show provided students with real-world trade show experience and an opportunity to display and market the businesses they created throughout the year.
Dillard High School students got a chance to meet and speak with representatives from over 40 local employers about career opportunities in South Florida.
Members of the community and local barbers met with students at Whiddon-Rogers Education Center in a “Real Talk at the Barbershop” setting to share personal experiences and real life lessons.
Students from Broward County Public Schools created pieces of art in the shape of hands in celebration of Florida’s Children’s Week, March 26 - 31, 2017.
Last summer, Jacqueline Carrero, ESOL Teacher at Driftwood Middle School participated in a week-long Summer Institute: Teaching the Humanities through Art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM).
Miami Heat Dancers visited McArthur High School and performed during the annual faculty/student basketball game.
Tony award winning actor John Lloyd Young, best known for his role as Frankie Valli in the Broadway musical Jersey Boys, took time out of his busy schedule to visit and talk to students at Walker Elementary School.
New River Middle School hosted its annual Real Men Read, designed to stress the importance of literacy and instill a love for reading in students though mentors who share their favorite books and passages with students.
Attucks Middle School students were treated to a delicious lesson on proper table manners and dining etiquette, complete with a full four-course meal.
Students participating in the mock trial club at Seminole Middle School learn how to present opening and closing statements, counter arguments and analyze evidence.
Chorus students from McArthur High School competed at the Florida Vocal Association District Music Performance Assessment and earned a superior rating.
Nob Hill Elementary School and Florida International University (FIU) partnered for a very special event for the ESE Special Classes.
In celebration of Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’ birthday, students from Silver Trail Middle School collaborated with students at Northside Elementary on the literacy across levels initiative.
American Idol finalist and Turnaround Arts artist Pia Toscano visits and rehearses with students at Bethune Elementary School in preparation for the “Evening with the Arts Gala” hosted by Innovative Programs at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on March 3, 2017.
On Thursday, March 2, 2017, teachers and students at Village Elementary School celebrated the birthday of legendary children’s author Dr. Seuss with five Canine Assisted Therapy dogs: Brandy, Sebastian, Coral, Lexie and Scruffy.
Congratulations to Nerissa Street, theater teacher at Bethune Elementary School of the Arts, for being a Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce 2017 Woman of Distinction. Street is one of nine women awarded the honor, out of 150 nominees.
National Speech and Debate Education Day is Friday, March 3, 2017. Students across Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) are recognizing the day by participating in a variety of debate activities at school.
The Broward County Singing Principals, also known as Goodwill Ambassadors of Broward County, were recently recognized with a reception and placement of commemorative plaques at Old Dillard Museum honoring the group established in 1959.
Talicia Gonzales, a student at Whiddon-Rogers Education Center, was recently invited to New York City to be part of the National CARES Mentoring Movement video, “The Rising: Elevating, Education, Expectations and Self Esteem.”
Drama students from Ramblewood Middle School competed with more than 150 other troupes from middle schools through the state on February 9-11, 2017, in Orlando.
More than a dozen students at Lauderdale Lakes Middle School are learning to play the harp.
Sixth grade students from Sunrise Middle School recently took part in Nova Southeastern University’s Museum on the Move.
The National Danish Performance Team recently brought their “We Move the World” dance and song to Dania Elementary School as part of their worldwide campaign to get students to move and be more active through dance and games.
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