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A Word from the Principal
“BHS today continues its tradition of accepting students not only from many countries but also of many cultures and religious faiths. Such diversity is encouraged and valued. Many of those educated at BHS have become leaders in their own countries in commerce, politics, medicine, and education. We at BHS renew our commitment to provide a democratic well-rounded education in a Quaker environment that brings out the “light within” each individual and at the same time promotes both academic excellence and community service.”
Dr Walid El Khoury

Examination Achievements 2016/17
We are extremely proud of our students’ results in both local and international examinations this year.

Students achieved a 100% success rate in the Lebanese Brevet and Baccalaureate exams. In the Brevet class, 52% of students received “mention”, “mention bien”, or “excellent”. In the Baccalaureate, 57% of the Life Science class received “mention”, as did 29% in General Science.

Grade 10 International Programme students sat for 194 Cambridge International IGCSE Exams and of these 32% were marked A or A*, while 91% were graded C or above.

In the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) exams in maths and English, administered to all Grade 3, 6, and 8 students, our students had higher mean scores than other schools in the region, and Grade 6 and 8 students outdid all other international schools.

Sixty-eight students opted to sit for the DELF French language proficiency exams. Of these 16% of students achieved grades above 90%, and 76% achieved grades between 70 and 89%.

News: There was a small fire, believed to have been caused by fireworks, in a wooded area on the outskirts of the BHS campus on the evening of St Elie. It was competently brought under control by the Civil Defence. Had the fire spread, it could have caused damage to school property and/or the neighbouring residential buildings. If the rubber covering the nearby Lower Elementary playground had caught fire, there would have been a disastrous environmental impact on the surrounding area. Brummana High School thanks Civil Defence for their swift response and hard work to control the fire. We urge anyone using fireworks to be vigilant, especially during the dry summer months.

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Upper School Speech Day - 30 June 2017

Speech by H.E. British Ambassador to Lebanon Hugo Shorter

Photo Galleries 2016/17

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International Day

Friday, 27 October 2017

BHS Annual Walkathon
Saturday, 28 October 2017 at 9am (registration begins at 8am)

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