We would like to thank principal emeritus Mr. Henry Di Giacinto and the Magna Charter Educational Foundation for a generous contribution of $2000, which will help send two of our students, Natasha G. and Hansley D., to New York City. The students are part of the Palm Beach Children’s Chorus and will performing at Carnegie Hall!
The annual Student-Alumni-Staff basketball game was held Tuesday at the Palm Beach Gardens Recreation Center. This year, the alumni took on a mixed Staff-Student team, with former Shark big man Noam R. joining the Staff-Student team. The mix of youth and experience proved to be a winner as the mixed team lead the high schoolers most of the game. Towards the waning minutes though, the Alumni went on a tear, falling just short at the buzzer 51-50. Thank you to all of the kids
At this year's Green School awards, Bright Futures Academy was recognized for the second year in a row as a Green School of Excellence, the highest recognition. In addition, the EDU-Garden earned the "Outstanding School Garden" judges' award from the Oleander Garden Society and one of our students, James K., was a finalist for the Green Student of the Year Award! Congratulations to the Ms. Pat and her EDU-Garden team, and for all of the BFA families who help stand up for the
We are quickly approaching the end of the school year! At the end of this month, we will be hosting field day on May 30th (5-8) and May 31st (K-4) at Anchorage Park in North Palm Beach. Each grade level will be taken to the park by BFA school bus on a rotation starting at 8:30 am. This is an ALL day event and students will be rotating through 10 different stations throughout the day. At some of the stations, there will be water-related activities so all students should wear
From the comedic stylings of a third grader to the inspiring performance of a seventh grader, the annual talent show featured a diverse mix of acts that put on a great show! Thanks to everyone who performed for their hard work and thank you to the audience for their support.
The class of 2017 enjoyed a wonderful day at Epcot. The students were very excited about riding on “Test Track.” They also enjoyed “Mission Space.” We were able to get our passports stamped in Mexico, China, Germany, Japan, Italy, France, United Kingdom, and Canada. We enjoyed lunch at the park testing foods from countries all over the world. We had beautiful weather and even endured a torrential downpour for 20 minutes. This did not stop the fun as we were able to catch