BHS uses a STEAM education model for teaching, which is an innovative approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) to enhance student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.
STEAM learning is an integral part of the BHS "in-school" experience which allows students to earn course credit through creative learning acitvities, such as creative writing, art projects, and coding courses.
BHS provides group sessions with a movement therapist that helps students deal with the emotional part of their lives without the need to talk verbally, as some kids find it hard to talk about their feelings and problems.
BHS has a Spanish immersion art class as a creative outlet for students to express themselves and expand their learning in ways they cannot do through conventional academic means.
To combine art and technology, BHS has a collaborative project that helps students turn art into an NFT.
BHS utilizes EdTech through its innovative digital lesson platform that students use to complete course assignments.
Students also perform science experiments collectively as a group to increase student engagement and knowledge in various areas of science.