BHS students set to experience inclusion and awareness week “Mean Girls” style

Ballard High School’s inclusion and awareness week kicked off today with a unique theme. The Associated Student Body (ASB) titled the week “Mean Girls Week”, targeting important issues under the theme of the well known 2004 movie starring Lindsay Lohan. The movie explores the cruelty of a group of high school students and how their […]

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BHS filmmakers win top awards

By Matthew Lawrence On Saturday, February 23, six Ballard High School video students won two of the top prizes at the 17th Annual Derek Freese Youth Media Film Festival at Temple University in Philadelphia. The award for Best Documentary went to “Deep Down” by Isaiah Hoban-Halversen, Kaila Lafferty & Oona Lowe.  As a fourteen-year-old Ballard […]

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“Ballard to get broadband,” says Mayor McGinn

Earlier this week, Mayor McGinn announced that Ballard had been added to the list of demonstration neighborhoods for the Seattle Broadband Partnership. The partnership brings together the City of Seattle, University of Washington, and Gigabit Squared to deliver Gigabit-Speed Internet to 14 demonstration neighborhoods. Last December, City of Seattle and Gigabit Squared signed a letter […]

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