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Brandywine Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration is scheduled for Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Merritt Elementary School located at 1620 LaSalle Ave., Niles, Michigan.
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Congratulations to out 7th & 8th Grade MATHCOUNTS Team!!!

Brandywine's 7th & 8th grade MATHCOUNTS placed 4th in the region at the competition at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. Team members include: Connor Sobecki, Andrew Schadler, James Palen, Megan Wieger, Dominick Thornton, Jacob Fox, Justin Reske and not pictured Emily Farmer. WAY TO GO BOBCATS!!
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Brandywine Community Schools Lead Test Results

The recent water crisis in Flint, Michigan has caused concern regarding the safety of drinking water in other areas of the state. School districts and daycare centers have been the focus of concerned parents, wondering if the water is safe for their children.
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Brandywine Considering New, Improved Facilities

On Monday night, school administrators helped school board members visualize a Brandywine High School where a spacious community center hosts an array of sports practices and is an available space for the community to host events or teach class. The proposed community center was one of a number of project proposals presented to the board. Many of the projects fell under infrastructure improvements and could therefore be supported by the sinking fund, while freeing up funds for other initiatives, said Superintendent John Jarpe.
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"Brandywine made my high school experience better than ever. I love school again.... It's just so amazing how one move from a school has made an impact on my life.

- 2016 Graduate

"Brandywine High School provided a solid base, from which I was able to succeed academically and professionally. In my field, there is one skill that is paramount to success: the ability to write well. Becoming a full professor at a research university depends greatly on one's research productivity, which in turn depends on writing aptitude in order to publish research. There were many teachers at BHS who were instrumental in helping to develop my writing skills, but the one who stands out was Jeanne Koski. She insisted on precision and high-quality in all we did. When I receive compliments on my writing ability, I always credit BHS for a solid intellectual foundation."

- Rodney C. Runyan, Professor and Director, School of Family and Consumer Sciences, Texas State University; Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Lancaster University in England