On Monday, Dec. 16, the BHS Counseling Department is hosting an informational meeting for parents and students covering NCAA compliance & rules, and college information & planning. While the information is geared towards 11th-grade students & their parents, the information session is open to all. It will be located in C180 at BHS on December 16th, from 6:30-7:30 pm.
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The athletic department at Burnsville High School is proud to announce that two student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 13, to play their respective sports at the NCAA Division I or II college of their choosing
Grant Ahcan, hockey, St. Cloud State University; St. Cloud, MN
Max Carlson, baseball, University of North Carolina; Chapel Hill, NC
Children and parents can learn to code during a free event hosted from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12 in the Learning Commons at Burnsville High School, 600 E. Highway 13, during National Hour of Code week Dec. 9-15.
District 191 is one of two public school districts in Minnesota selected by Wallin Education Partners to support with its inaugural Opportunity Scholars Program, which provides two-year post-secondary enrollment and completion support through scholarships and coaching.
Burnsville High School 2019 graduates Yunus Abdirahman, Tasleema Ally, Samuel Johnson, Pamela Molina Mejia and Bryan Casas Mendez were recipients of the scholarship, which is provided to cap any other financial aid they may receive and pay for required instructional materials like books and technology.
Senior Emma Hovde became the first student from Burnsville High School to win a DECA state officer election.
As a state officer, Emma will represent District II at the Central Region Leadership Conference and State Conference, as well as at DECA Nationals which will be held April 29-May 2 in Nashville.
This year, DECA required candidates to submit a video for their campaign. Her fellow DECA officers encouraged her to run for office, and members Danny Vazquez and Anthony Tran were instrumental in producing and editing Emma’s video.
If you thought you knew the story of 'The Princess and The Pea,' you may be in for a walloping surprise!
Did you know, for instance, that Princess Winnifred actually swam the moat to reach Prince Dauntless the Drab? Or that Lady Larken's love for Sir Harry provided a rather compelling reason that she reach the bridal altar post haste? Or that, in fact, it wasn't the pea at all that caused the princess a sleepless night?
Burnsville High School and Burnsville Alternative High School students combined to earn 2,735 credits worth $1.42 million in tuition through the University of Minnesota’s College in the Schools (CIS) program during the 2018-19 school year.
The CIS program allows high school juniors and seniors to take college-level classes without leaving their school. Students get the benefit of experiencing the pace and rigor of a University of Minnesota class and can earn college credits that may save them thousands of dollars in tuition.
College Knowledge Month is a statewide program to help students explore their career and college options, plan for life after high school and complete college applications.
The Blaze Burger is back, along with the partnership between Burnsville High School DECA and Burger Jones. The specialty burger will be available at the Burnsville Burger Jones throughout October, and for each one sold, DECA will earn $1. All proceeds go towards DECA student scholarships.
Burnsville High School students crowned seniors Ryan Mokandu and Dago Abebaw as their 2019 Homecoming King and Queen in a coronation ceremony Sept. 26.
Before the coronation ceremony, student council led the student body in an energetic pep fest featuring the marching band, drumline, Blazettes, cheerleading team and the Puffettes.
For the coronation, attendants walked into a darkened gym with a spotlight illuminating their way to the stage. Last year's Homecoming King Andrew Vixayvong and Queen Joy Bogonko were on hand to crown the new king and queen.