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When he’s not at school or studying for his advanced placement and honors courses, you might find Jerome Treadwell, a freshman at Burnsville High School, playing the saxophone or singing while jamming out with one of his many bands. Or, you might find him practicing his moves on the football field.
Message from Principal Dave Helke
We are so very grateful for the overwhelming interest in people coming to see the production of 'High School Musical' on the Mraz stage and supporting our talented students, staff, and volunteers who have made it happen!
The closing performance this evening, Nov. 17, is sold out, so there will not be tickets available at the door for purchase. We are hoping that when you receive this announcement you will share it with family and friends to help us spread the word and avoid any unnecessary travel.
The Athletics Department at Burnsville High School is proud to announce that three student-athletes will sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 14, to play their respective sports at the NCAA Division I or II level at the college of their choosing.
Signing on Wednesday will be:
Maya Hansen—Women’s Soccer at South Dakota State University
Burnsville High School hosted recipe testing for the 16th annual cookie contest of the Star Tribune newspaper last month, and students in culinary classes at the school were actively involved.
Students worked with professional chefs to test the top 17 cookie contenders, and senior Abdi Abdullahi was selected to be one of the judges.
Children and parents can learn to code during a free event hosted from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6 in the Learning Commons at Burnsville High School, 600 E. Highway 13, during National Hour of Code week Dec. 3-8.
This second annual Family Code Night will feature more than 20 interactive sessions for parents and students from kindergarten through grade 12 in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. Coding, also known as computer programming, is when you tell a computer exactly what to do by giving it step-by-step directions.
Legacy Career Club is a new, exciting after-school activity that will be offered at Burnsville High School on Tuesdays. This club aims to teach students about the different pathways that are available to them.
Students in grades 11 and 12 are eligible to participate and will have the opportunity to meet with professionals from local businesses, including Thomson Reuters, Xcel Energy and more! Students will engage in hands-on activities while developing a variety of skills necessary for the workplace.