Spartan Spotlight

Broad Run High School's Newsletter April, 2022

From the Principal

BRHS Families,

Welcome spring! We are winding down the third quarter; the last day is April 8. April 18 is a teacher workday, and fourth quarter starts April 19. Prom is April 29, and our spring musical starts May 12. Please see our web site for May AP and SOL testing information. Also, seniors can go to "Class of 2022" for more information and updates.

Congrats to our students on their many endeavors. Broad Run boasts DECA state champs, and all-state musicians and FBLA competitors. Debaters continue to dominate.

Congratulations to our all-state winter athletes. Our students involved in county and extracurricular activities continue to represent BRHS well.

On April 8, we will host our rising 9th grade Expo as we transition the class of 2026 to high school. All student course requests for next year are inStudent/Parent Vue. Please review these carefully for accuracy.

I hope to see you all at a game or event soon!

Mr. Spage

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From the Counseling Department

Fine Arts Night a Success

Fine Arts Night was an opportunity for artists of many different formats to connect and interact. Broad Run's National Art Honor Society displayed dozens of artworks with many different levels of expertise. Along with an art gallery, there were performances from the band, orchestra, and theatre. Activities ranging from face painting to creating a mural for the Ukraine were present.

The emotion-inducing art was a fitting follow-up to the memorial which kicked off the Fine Arts Night. The memorial was in memory of Mrs. Louise Paccione, a beloved secretary recently lost by the Broad Run community. Mrs. Paccione was a huge fan of the arts at Broad Run, and her husband and daughter announced that Ms. Paccione asked that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the Broad Run Fine Arts department.

The night was a thought-provoking one filled with creativity and human connection.