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Graduating seniors walk the halls in caps and gowns

While “Graduation (Friends Forever)” by Vitamin C played over the loudspeaker, members of the Class of 2024 walked the halls of Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School and Elementary School, cheered on by students and teachers.

The district’s annual graduation march gave seniors an opportunity to reminisce about their grade-school days, see the teachers who helped get them to this point, and inspire younger students.

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Broadalbin-Perth's varsity student-athletes traded their sneakers in for dress shoes recently for the school's annual Varsity Student-Athlete Recognition Program. This year's event featured the return of former sports reporter Lexi Swatt-Sheerin as master of ceremonies, as well as B-P alum and reigning Connecticut Basketball Coach of the Year Sam Zullo as the keynote speaker.

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Warner Bros. Games operations engineer visits BPHS computer science students

Students at Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School recently had the opportunity to learn about the video game production process from someone who helps create them. Alex Renna, an IT Operations Engineer at Warner Bros. Games, stopped by BPHS to talk to students about video games, the development process, licensing, and more. Renna is a member of the B-P community and works for Troy-based Warner Bros. Games New York.

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Broadalbin-Perth's core value of courage challenges students and staff alike to get out of their comfort zones and push themselves to their limits academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. Superintendent of Schools Stephen Tomlinson set an example of courage for the whole school community June 4 when he jumped out of a plane 14,000 feet in the air with the U.S. Army Golden Knights Parachute Team.

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A team from Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School won first place in their problem and division at the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals at Iowa State University over the Memorial Day weekend. Seniors Logan Aery, Lauryn Donahue, Blaine Herrick, and Jacob Hughes, and junior Ryan Michalski, along with coaches Carl and Alison Aery, are the first team in B-P history to win a world championship. This was the team's fourth straight trip to the World Finals.

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Broadalbin-Perth Jr./Sr. High School, 100 Bridge St, Broadalbin, NY 12025, USA