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    What is Bengal Pride? 
    We want all students to feel connected, to be involved, find academic success, and to support their peers! 

    Bengal Pride is a transition program, with an orientation day before the school year begins.  Incoming students learn about Blaine, meet other incoming students, and become connected with Bengal Pride-junior and senior mentors. Throughout the year there will be Bengal Pride Nights, BHS activities in which 9th graders and Bengal Pride Leaders get in for free to support the Bengals! We also work to help students find academic success through tutoring and mentoring.

    Want to know what it means to be a Bengal here at Blaine High School?
    Simple, ask a Bengal Pride Leader.  Though our primary goal is to make the transition for incoming students easy and welcoming here at Blaine High School, we also embody what it means to have Bengal pride. Our secondary goal is to establish a community within the school, a community that is welcoming, kind, and supportive. That is why the theme of the 2015-16 school year is #ShareTheAwesome. 
    What is #ShareTheAwesome all about?
    We all know someone who has a personality that shines like the sun and attracts people. We love them, want to be with them, and aspire to be like them. People like this are almost always people who share parts of themselves with the world by leaving a mark on all of those who have been fortunate enough to share in their "awesomeness". That is what we stand for, sharing this inner awesome light so that those who are touched by the rays can carry it on. We can all help make Blaine High School, and the world, a better place by sharing what we do best with those around us.