Eighteen Burnsville High School students, teachers Allison Millea and Paul McDevitt and Youth Service Coordinator Brianna Ostoff embarked on the school’s first-ever Global Service Adventure to Ecuador during spring break.
All seniors are invited to attend the Career Center's celebration of Decision Day on Monday, May 1.
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.
Burnsville High School senior Jaclyn Weiss is the grand prize winner of the "Clean Drinking Water Starts with Me" poster contest. Over 1,300 posters from 50 schools across Minnesota were submitted.
The athletic department at Burnsville High School is proud to announce that three student-athletes will sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, April 12, to play their respective sports at the NCAA Division I or II college of their choosing.
Signing on Wednesday will be:
Online registration for Blaze summer camps at Burnsville High School is now open.
All registrations and payments will be made through FeePay.
For detailed information about summer camps, please view the 2017 Blaze Summer Camps catalog.
If you have any questions about camps or online registration, please call the main office at 952-707-2100.
Burnsville High School National Honor Society, a group of dedicated students who strives to achieve their four pillars – scholarship, character, leadership and service, will host a community-oriented "Doggie Dash 5K" as its service project for the year.