Seniors! Please email a picture of yourself to Ms. Perrow by Wednesday, March 24th. It can be a digital copy of a professional picture if you had them taken this year OR a picture taken at home.
Portrait style pictures are preferred (shoulders and up), clothing should be appropriate and follow school policy, and pictures cannot contain any filters please. Selfies work great! Please be sure to include your first and last name in the email with the picture.
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CLASSROOM CONDUCT MEETINGS
Parents and guardians, the following links include information about virtual meetings regarding classroom conduct.
FORMS & SURVEYS
If you haven’t completed the Alternate Household Income Form, please click this LINK, fill out the form electronically, save it, and email it to email@example.com as an attachment ASAP.
Recently, a message was sent out via School Messenger regarding the Family Interest Survey. The electronic Family Interest Survey is now available in multiple languages. Please use the dropdown box in the upper right corner of the survey to view the language options. Please call Ms. Lapsley, Parent Coordinator, at 414-294-2535 with any questions or concerns.
MEDICATION: If your child will need to take any medication (Prescription or Non-Prescription) during the school day, you can access the necessary MPS release forms from the links below. Please keep in mind that you must include a doctor’s order with prescription medication.
If your student will need to self-carry Inhalers and/or Epi-Pens, you can access the necessary MPS release forms from the links below.
Completed forms can be faxed to 414-294-2415 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
As a school focused on Art, Design, & Engineering; Bay View High School utilizes a STEAM philosophy and rigorous course work to equip all students with 21st-century skills, allowing them to become active participants within the global community.
To this end, Bay View High School students are exposed to Project-Based Learning and engage with Pre-Advanced Placement SpringBoard Math and English Language Arts curriculum as well as honors and Advanced Placement courses.
With a slate of more than a dozen creative partners, students enjoy a full range of experiences from the culinary arts competitions to, working with resident artists, to participating in a musical review. Partnerships also spill into the Common Core academics.
- SpringBoard: All Math and English
- Honors: English 9 and 10, Honors Algebra, Honors Geometry
- Advanced Placement: English Language, English Literature, Statistics, Studio Art, U.S. History, World History, Biology, Chemistry
- Visual Arts: Foundations, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking
- Design: Computer Applications in Art, Image Tech
- Music: Chorus, Beginning Band, Advanced Band, Advanced Choir
- Culinary Arts: Culinary Arts 1, 2 & Capstone
- Engineering: Project Lead The Way
- Business & Technology: Personal Finance, Business Law, Computer Science
Sports: Baseball (B), Basketball (B/G), Cheerleading, Dance/Poms, Football, Golf (B), Soccer (B/G), Softball (G), Swimming (B/G), Track, Volleyball (G), Wrestling,
Clubs: CLC, Long Board Club, Race Car Club, Special Olympics, Student Council (Coming Soon), Chess Club (Coming Soon)