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12th Grade: The Battleground of Democratic Ideas


This year we have examined how democracies function across time and space.  What do they do well?  What challenges put great stress upon them?  Are their paths that democracies generally take that they should always avoid?   1,012 more words

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Pi Day 2017

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. 216 more words

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Parent Ads on sale thru 4/7

Once again, we are inviting Parents to buy ads in our Year End Departmental Program. Ads are due by April 7th. This is a keepsake book with pictures from throughout the year,  8-1/2 x 11 –last year with 24 pages. 32 more words

The Tyranny in "Freedom"

In his classic work Orthodoxy, G.K. Chesterton uses a masterful analogy.  In discussing the relationship between authority and adventure, he writes,

Christianity is the only frame which has preserved the pleasure of Paganism.

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BSGE's Senior Trip

The senior trip. What is it? Though images of trips to exciting places as one’s time in school approaches to an end come to mind, most BSGE students don’t know what happens during the senior trip.  502 more words

12th Grade

The Family and Civilization

Recently in Government class we briefly discussed Francis Fukuyama’s famous/infamous The End of History and the Last Man, a book often cited but perhaps much less read these days. 1,837 more words

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The meeting of particles or of bodies in which each exerts a force upon the other, causing the exchange of energy or momentum. – dictionary.com… 57 more words

12th Grade