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Dual Credit

Dual Credit

Carson Braun, Writer
March 26, 2024
Teacher and coach Kyler Olson uses his diverse coaching skills to prepare his young athletes. His love for education and sports creates a positive impact on Bismarck’s education community. He strives to teach and learn from others. “Ive always been a teacher and coach that just likes to learn from others but also share what I do,” Olson says.

Impact of conversation

Alannah Kemmis, Photographer
March 26, 2024
A performance to remember. Bismarck High School has carried on the tradition of O Holy Night at their December concert. This is a tradition that will continue for years to come. “I love having something that is such a longstanding tradition,” Bismarck High School Choir Director Brian Saylor said.

The tradition of O Holy Night

Kadence Glasser, Entertainment Editor
January 31, 2024
Tuning in. Once a week, BHS global studies and AP United States history teacher Chris Cavanaugh enters a Zoom meeting with three friends to record a YouTube video-style podcast. The podcast covers topics pertaining to a program that guides students through constitutional competitions. “We dont come out and answer the series of questions that were discussing, but were talking about the history and the application,” Cavanaugh said. “This is education, the way it should happen.”

History buff

Lizzy Kerzman, Managing Editor
December 22, 2023
Mamma Mia. Students worked hard to put the set together for Mamma Mia, and preform the play. Students also spent many hours of hard work getting the set ready. “Showing Mamma Mias beautiful set and background from last year,” Bedard said.

BHS Theater Production

Skyler Simosko, Writer
November 16, 2023
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