The Blackman Voice

The frontpage of the newspaper displayed a photo collage within the year 22.

Senior Class of 2022 celebrated with newspaper edition

Zoe Vecchio May 16, 2022

The May 2022 Senior Edition of The Blackman Voice newspaper, which will be distributed at graduation, is now available around Blackman High School. Seniors were celebrated with a Kindergarten to Senior...

Lucas Smith (Baseball)- My favorite memory from high school baseball is my junior year beating Riverdale by pitching a complete game 60 pitch shutout with 0 walks and 2 hits.

Spring Senior Sports Spotlight

Christian Skelton, Sports Editor March 25, 2022

Natalia Abrams receiving her Governors School certificates.

Tennessee Governor’s Schools: An opportunity unfolds for students

Zoe Vecchio and Mo Stephens November 11, 2021

Each year, select students across Tennessee have the opportunity to attend specialized college courses designed for high schoolers at one of eleven universities in the state through the Governor’s...

Prom 2021: From the Football Field to You

Zoe Vecchio, Graphics Editor May 21, 2021

Blackman High School's Prom was held on April 30, 2021, at the Inferno (the football field) due to COVID-19 social distancing procedures. However, this change did not prevent these students from making...

Mia Isom won Journalist of the Year.

Senior Awards Ceremony 2021

Zoe Vecchio, Graphics Editor May 18, 2021

On Wednesday, May 5, seniors attended the annual class awards ceremony. In-person learners received awards in real-time, while distance learners and families watched through Zoom. Plaques and books were...

BHS awards Senior Superlatives

BHS awards Senior Superlatives

Maddy Williams, Editor in Chief February 25, 2021

Click here to view the Class of 2021 Senior Superlatives

Coming Soon: Seniors, Paint Your Parking Space!

Coming Soon: Seniors, Paint Your Parking Space!

Zoe Vecchio, Graphics Editor August 26, 2020
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE CLASS OF 2021's PROM!

FAFSA Information

Jenene Grover, Reporter October 28, 2019

The time has come for Seniors to start applying for college, scholarships, and financial aid.   The most well-known and important financial aid application is the FAFSA (Free Application for Free...

TESTS, Tests, and More Tests

TESTS, Tests, and More Tests

May 3, 2019

The 2018-2019 school year is ending soon, and finals are just around the corner!  Now that EOCs are finished, and APs are starting next week, it's also time for finals in non-EOC courses. The exam schedule...

Paz Dozie Nnamahs Capstone Project: Colorism and the Cosmetic Industry focused on colorism and its effect on beauty standards, both nationally and internationally, and the consequences that follow. This past summer, she spent numerous hours collecting and refining online articles, speeches, statistics, and documentaries pertaining to the colorism and its influence on many beauty-dependent industries. She subsequently planned and performed an informative presentation to influential youths that exposes the lack of variety within the cosmetic industry. This was followed by a letter campaign inviting these young individuals to express their opinions on how their favorite companies have either included more diversity in their products or have neglected specific groups of people in their products. Paz was inspired to do this project because it is a continuous trend that she observes daily, and she hops to achieve some changes in mindset on the popular views of conventional beauty.

BCA Capstone Gallery

Sienna Phillips, Shamani Salahuddin, Reporter, Photographer April 5, 2018

   

(From left to right) 
Elise Chessor, Alaysha Russell, Carly Bowen, Kenzi Vetter, and Mallory Conlin. Courtesy of Kenzi Vetter

And The Award Goes To…

Sienna Phillips, Shamani Salahuddin, Reporters October 26, 2017

At the District 7- AAA girl soccer finals, five of our very own seniors, Carly Bowen, Elise Chessor, Mallory Conlin, Alaysha Russell, and Kenzi Vetter, were recognized for a dignified season they played...

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