Picture an elective high school physical education class in your mind and it probably involves a lot of boys getting exercise and letting off steam by playing some competitive sport. But that’s far from what you get if you visit the wrestling gym at Burnsville High School during the first and last hours of the day.
There will be an NCAA clearinghouse informational meeting on Monday, April 6, at 7 p.m. at Burnsville High School in the Mraz Center. This meeting is for all student-athletes interested in participating in collegiate athletics. Students of all grade levels and parents are invited to attend.
If you have any questions, please contact Jeanine Riggs in the Athletics Department at 952-707-2151
The Burnsville High School Winter Drumline placed first in the Scholastic A Division of the Minnesota Percussion Association (MPA) Championships in St. Cloud, Minn. on Saturday, March 28. The victory completed an undefeated season in all of the MPA competitions in which the team participated.
The Minnesota Chapter of The National Football Foundation is excited to announce the 2015 John Gagliardi Legacy Award winner, Dick Hanson, to be recognized at the 8th Annual Minnesota Football Honors May 3, 2015 at the Hilton Minneapolis.
To help districts measure student progress toward Minnesota’s academic standards and also meet the requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Burnsville High School will be administering several tests when students come back from spring break. Please read the following information regarding the upcoming tests.
2015 SPRING TESTING INFORMATION
MCA SCIENCE TEST:
Senior Ashley Vanderwoude was recently named the top female athlete at Burnsville High School, winning the Athena Award. The annual award is handed out to the most outstanding female athlete in each metro area high school.
Vanderwoude, a three-year letter winner, will receive her award at the 43rd annual banquet, held at the Minneapolis Convention Center in May.