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Looking into Lakeview: learning from a cemetery rich with local history

Spooky season is upon us, and Halloween brings a certain urge to face the frightening. From deserted tombstones to lurking ghosts, cemeteries...

BREAKING: Superintendent Yaw Obeng to step down in June

Burlington, VT - At 9:33 this morning, Burlington Superintendent of Schools Yaw Obeng sent an email addressed to BSD Community announcing his...

Vehicles collide outside Burlington High School

Co-written by Julia Shannon-Grillo and Jenna Peterson Late this morning, a car crash occurred at the intersection of North...

BSD, stop endorsing student strikes

The power of a walkout stems from its core of civil disobedience. Walkouts make a statement by breaking the law. From women...

Initial BHS/BTC building estimates $21 million above bond

In November 2018, Burlington voters passed the largest school renovation bond in Vermont history: 70 million.  The goal: make Burlington High School...

Concussed Kilburn: third time’s the harm

In 2014, 2.87 million emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and deaths occurred as a result of traumatic brain injuries - a 53% increase...

BREAKING: BHS principal candidates drop out of race

Earlier this afternoon, Burlington School District (BSD) Superintendent Yaw Obeng released a statement announcing that two of the three remaining candidates for...

BREAKING: Former BHS Director of Guidance Mario Macias’s license revoked

Written by Julia Shannon-Grillo On February 14, 2019, the Vermont Agency Of Education confirmed that Burlington High School Director of Guidance Mario...

BHS ReEnvisioning Committee urges support for $70 million renovation bond

The Burlington High School (BHS) ReEnvisioning Committee, the committee charged with the high school remodel process, held an extensive press conference at BHS on...

BREAKING: Burlington School Board and District Administration end the restrictive ‘BHS...

On Tuesday, September 11, Burlington High School interim Principal Noel Green censored the Register, BHS’s student newspaper.  The editors were ordered to remove the...