PO Box 251, Borden, IN 47106 bbf@bordenbravesfoundation.com

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I have received several questions over the past couple of months on membership and why we have so many levels or combinations of such. Let me go back to when the founding board started discussions on membership dues. We probably… Continue Reading…

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Stephanie Metcalf, Class of 2010 Doctoral Candidate, University of Louisville School of Medicine I moved to Borden from a large school in North Carolina midway through my freshman year. I walked into the building for the first time as the… Continue Reading…

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Ten years ago my husband and I moved our then 15 month old daughter from Georgia to Kentucky. We bought a house, had a son, and watched them both grow quickly to elementary age children. When it came time to… Continue Reading…

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The BBF recently had a membership information meeting where we presented on what we have done to date, the monies raised, amounts spent to date as well as goals and mission of what we are doing.  The meeting was well… Continue Reading…

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I wanted to write about why I am thankful for the decisions that led to me being fortunate to graduate from BHS in 1989.  I started as a Brave in kindergarten, then for my elementary years I attended St Johns… Continue Reading…

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As a former student, and now parent, I believe small schools, such as Borden, offer more safety than large “mega” schools.  I could quote statistics from many studies, but it is simply easier to maintain a secure environment and monitor behavior… Continue Reading…

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What does it mean to be a Brave?  The Borden Braves are a collective group of individuals passionate about Borden students and staff, who come together for the betterment of the schools.  Borden Elementary and Borden Jr/Sr High Schools are… Continue Reading…

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I recently volunteered to write a blog post for the Borden Braves Foundation and my ideas included writing about the re-launch of the Borden Booster Club, discussion of our Scholarship Committee, or a Membership Drive.  That is until it became abundantly clear… Continue Reading…

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When we first decided to move to Sellersburg, we originally thought our kids would be going Silver Creek schools, a much closer drive for us as we are only 4 miles from there and about 12 miles from Borden.  Initially… Continue Reading…

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The Borden Braves Foundation has a goal to create a mentoring program to support Borden High School students as they consider their post-high school path options.  Mentors can be alumni or other foundation members, who have a passion to share… Continue Reading…

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