Cortney Flannery

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Cortney Flannery

Teaching students to think isdifficult.  Teaching them to think like scientists is ever morechallenging. However, it can be done!  I am determined to motivate mystudents and I will encourage them in challenging and motivating lessonsthat will enrich their science background.  I take pride in the factthat my classes are structured, yet supportive for my students.  Withthe right experiences, the right attitudes, and an set goal, it is myhope that students can leave my classroom feeling like youngscientists. 

My Students Are The Stars!

Science Goal: To reach proficiency on our EOC benchmark exams and theACT cut-off of 24!!!  This will ensure students are college ready inscience!


1st Period- Biology
2nd Period- Biology
3rd Period- Planning

4th Period- Anatomy
5th Period- Biology
6th Period- Biology
7th Period- AP Biology



 Congratulations to the Class of 2014.  You are a remarkable group of young men and women who have brilliant futures ahead of you.  Work hard, be kind, and enjoy life.  You will always be Bobcats!!! 

Science Fair Winners


BLHS Science Fair Is a Success!!!

Recently we hosted our first annual Science Fair at BLHS. We had over 50 students, grades 9-12, participate and were amazed by the great effort and dedication the students put into their projects.  We would like to congratulate our winners; they also competed in the regional science fair.

Blake Spencer, Senior Representative
Dustin Rogers, Junior Representative
Alex Meade, Sophomore Representative
Tyler Case, Freshman Representative


Bozeman Science
Looking for a great video review of a concept?  Chances are you'll find it at Bozeman Science Webcasts  Mr. Paul Anderson dedicates many hours to designing and devloping great resources for high school students that will help them prepare for exams and be ready to participate in class.  Check it out!!!!

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