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Logo for Bossier Parish School BoardAll Bossier Parish high school juniors, seniors and their parents are invited to College/Career Night from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at the Bossier Civic Center. 

Representatives from approximately 70 colleges, universities, technical colleges, business schools, cosmetology schools, service organizations and branches of the armed services will be on-hand to meet with those interested in their programs. Information on scholarships, financial aid and admissions procedures will also be presented. 

This activity is organized and sponsored by the Bossier Parish Guidance Department.

Posted 10/4/19

Photo of Samuel Perez holding certificateBenton High School sophomore Samuel Perez is well on his way to being a future leader in medicine after receiving the 2019 Award of Excellence from the Congress of Future Medical Leaders.

The National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists chose Perez to be a Louisiana representative at its symposium held at UMass Lowell, just outside of Boston, MA.   

The Congress gathers many of the country’s finest high school students who aspire to enter careers in the medical field and singles them out for special recognition and ongoing mentorship by some of the greatest minds in medicine.

Perez was introduced to top medical school deans, award-winning inventors and scientists, heard from Nobel Prize laureates and was exposed to cutting edge medicine.

Bossier Schools congratulates Perez and wishes him the best as he pursues his dream career.

Posted 9/30/19

 

 

Photo of National Merit Semi-FinalistsShrieks of excitement undoubtedly echoed in the halls at three Bossier Parish high schools as principals received and delivered the news that three of their students advanced as National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists. 

Dario Cosic from Parkway; Shannon Mathers from Airline; and Cameron Thomas from Benton were among the 16,000 students in the nation recognized for their outstanding academic achievements. To put it in perspective, more than 1.6 million students apply each year for the National Merit Scholarship Program. 

Cosic is the secretary of the senior class at Parkway and is Vice President of the National Honor Society. He is also enrolled in the prestigious SMART program through Bossier Schools. 

Mathers is currently ranked number one in her class and involved in a number of school clubs and extracurricular activities. She is the Vice President of Airline’s Debate team and has won numerous awards at debate competitions. 

Thomas is also number one in his class at Benton, where he is the squad leader in Band; a member of the National Honor Society; and medalist in chemistry at Literary Rally. 

Cosic, Mathers and Thomas are now in contention as National Merit Scholar Finalists, with the National Merit Scholarship being the most prestigious honor bestowed on high school seniors. 

Bossier Schools congratulates these three exceptional students! 

Posted 9/13/19