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Theo Davis is a senior at Burlington High School. This is his second year writing for the Register. He writes about a variety of topics and enjoys playing baseball , football, and hockey in his free time.

Advice to freshmen from a senior

The jump from middle school to high school can be daunting. In middle school my parents used to tell me, “If you do not...

Student Directors Take Lead in BHS One Acts

The One Acts are an excellent and unique dramatic opportunity for BHS students. After winter break students get the opportunity to direct or act...

BHS Earns NEASC Accreditation

Burlington High School has been reaccredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) after a vote by the Committee on Public...

Student Hopes to Remove GPA Based Graduation Sashes

Senior Maddie Khamnei feels that graduation sashes divide students. BHS uses the Latin system of designation, where students wear (or don’t wear) a sash...

Freshman Luge Athlete Sets Sights on Olympics

Burlington High School freshman Eamonn Bottger wants to represent the United States at the Olympics in luge, and he’s headed down the right track....

OPINION: Please, Protest Responsibly

There is a right way, and a wrong way to protest and exercise the right to free speech. Middlebury students recently chose the wrong...

Senior Alex Cate Named to Shrine Bowl Team

Senior Alex Cate, a captain on the Burlington High School Varsity Football team, has been selected to the 2017 Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, the...

VIDEO: How Heavy Are BHS Students’ Backpacks?

The Register weighed students' backpacks and talked to them about the health impact of heavy bags. We found packs that weighed up to 21...

Junior Biathlete Shoots for Gold

BHS junior Marika Massey-Bierman wants to represent the United States at the Biathlon Junior World Championships, and she’s close to doing just that. Biathlon...

Transgender Students Seek Name Recognition

Students with a preferred name other than their legal name can not simply have their name changed in Powerschool, the system the Burlington School...