Seniors are invited to attend the Decision Day celebration Tuesday, May 1 in the Career Center.
Whether students plan on attending college or vocational school, joining the military, setting off to work, participating in BEST or taking a year off, this event is focused on celebrating all seniors and their plans for the future.
Spring flowers and plants are now on sale at Burnsville High School!
Each year, the school holds a flower sale that doubles as a fundraising activity to support the BHS College Scholarship Program. All proceeds go toward the program, which is offered to all BHS seniors.
The products are of the highest quality and have received very positive comments from those who have purchased them in previous seasons.
Burnsville High School senior prom is set for Saturday, May 5, from 8 p.m. to Midnight, at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, located at 3675 Arboretum Drive in Chaska.
The theme for this year’s prom is “Enchanted Garden.”
Prom goers must arrange their own dinner plans and arrive to the arboretum by 10 p.m. to be admitted to prom. The arboretum will open at 2 p.m. for parents and prom goers who want to take pictures. There is no charge to park and take pictures at the arboretum.
Tickets for prom will go on sale Monday, April 23 for $35 per person.
Maine (Abdirahman) Warmahayye, a senior at Burnsville High School, received the Servant Leader Award at the Model United Nations conference in Minneapolis April 5-7. This award celebrates youth leaders who have gone above and beyond modeling servant leadership.
Both performances scheduled for Mary Poppins today, April 14, have been canceled due to weather and heavy snow expected this afternoon and tonight. Two more performances have been added to accommodate our patrons.
Government and politics are passions of Burnsville High School senior Olivia Brammer, so her participation in Youth in Government (YIG) for the past four years should come to no surprise for anyone who knows her. This year, at YIG’s Model United Nations in April, she served as the director of the conference resource center, a role she was elected to at last year’s conference.
Burnsville High School Women In STEM Club (WISTEM) and Blaze Robotics have teamed up to offer STEM Night at Burnsville High School on April 11 from 5-7 p.m. in the cafeteria and commons.
The third annual Doggie Dash 5k will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 28 at Sunset Pond, located at 3350 W. Burnsville Parkway in Burnsville.
The Doggie Dash 5K is an annual service project hosted by the Burnsville High School National Honor Society. All proceeds from the event are given to the Pets Loyal 2 Vets, a Minnesota-based nonprofit that connects Minnesota veterans with therapy service dogs free of charge.
Burnsville High School will host its second annual South Metro Student Job Fair on Tuesday, April 17 in the school’s activity center from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
There will be approximately 50 employers participating in the fair, with part-time, full-time, seasonal and long-term student jobs available. Students will have the opportunity to apply for employment while attending the fair, and human resource professionals will be able to assist students with the application process. Some employers will be conducting interviews during the job fair.