BHA Weekly Update
Assalamu Alaikum Dear Parents and Students:
We hope you're all doing well insha'Allah. We're back with our weekly school update to keep you in the loop about what's happening at Bright Horizon Academy.
We encourage you to stay engaged and be part of our educational journey.
Thank you for being a part of our Bright Horizon Academy community. Let's make it another great week together!
Jazakum Allahu Khairan,
BHA Admin Leads
Students of the Month
Congratulations to all the KG-3rd grade students of the month! Your hard work, dedication, and outstanding behavior have earned you this well-deserved recognition. Keep up the excellent work, and continue to be role models for your classmates. We are proud of each and every one of you!
AG Campus- Art Club
We are delighted to announce the launch of our after-school Art Club for students in grades 4th-8th, led by the talented artist Dalia Noureldin.
Interested? Sign up using the button below:
Find your dream college or university at a FREE NACAC College Fair!
Hundreds of colleges and universities from the US and worldwide will be ready and waiting to talk with you at these upcoming NACAC College Fairs:
Sunday, October 15, 2023
Don't miss these free, one-day events for high school students, transfer students, and families. Register at nacacattend.org/fairs for each event and check out the list of participating colleges. On the fair date, log in to attend sessions, ask questions, get resources, and show your interest. It's a great way to connect with many colleges quickly, learning about majors, scholarships, and more
San Diego County Science and Engineering Fair
Exciting news for our middle and high school students! Join the County's Science and Engineering Fair to showcase your STEM talents, creativity, and passion. It's a great opportunity!
What is the San Diego County's Science and Engineering Fair?
The San Diego County's Science and Engineering Fair is an annual competition open to middle and high school students.
It lets students explore science and engineering, run experiments, and share their discoveries with judges from different professions in the county. It's a chance for our students to follow their interests, learn new skills, and get recognition for their hard work.
Why should you participate?
Hands-On Learning: The fair provides an exceptional opportunity to apply classroom knowledge to real-world problems, fostering a deeper understanding of STEM subjects.
Developing Skills: Participating students will enhance their critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills, which are highly valued in both academics and future careers.
Recognition: Top projects have the chance to receive awards, scholarships, and gain recognition from experts in the field, which can boost college and career prospects.
Networking: Students can interact with peers who share similar interests and connect with professionals and mentors who can offer guidance and support.
College and Career Pathways: Participation in such fairs looks impressive on college applications and resumes, demonstrating your dedication to STEM fields.
We encourage all students who are interested to register by clicking the button below.
Stay tuned for upcoming workshops, informational sessions, and important dates related to the fair. Let's make our school proud and show the county what our students are capable of achieving in the fields of science and engineering!
Picture Day is here, and we want you to look your best in your school photos. Here are the details:
Date: Tuesday, 10/3/2023
Date: Wednesday, 10/4/2023
On picture days, please note that PE clothing is not permitted. Please wear your full school uniform to ensure you look your best in the fall pictures! And please be on time to make sure you don't miss your photo opportunity.
Ordering information will be available after picture day.
Get ready to show those fantastic smiles! We can't wait to see you on Picture Day!
Upcoming Sports Programs
Our sports programs will kick off next week.
If you're interested in participating, please make sure to register soon.
Staying Home When Not Feeling Well
To ensure the well-being of our school community, please keep your child at home if they show flu-like symptoms. If a student has had a fever, we kindly ask that they wait for 24 hours after the fever has gone away without using fever-reducing medication before returning to school.
Your cooperation in following this guideline helps us maintain a healthy and safe environment for everyone. We appreciate your understanding and support.