On Jan. 24, Burnsville High School senior Jordan Horner received the Trek All-Star Student-Athlete Award, which recognizes student-athletes for their outstanding achievements on the bike and potential for future success in competitive cycling.
On Tuesday, Jan. 27, the Blaze Girls Basketball team will be home against Eastview. The junior varsity game begins at 5:30 p.m., followed by the varsity game at 7 p.m. Anyone wearing #BurnsvilleStrong apparel gets in free! There will also be a $5 raffle to raise funds for #BurnsvilleStrong and the Eastview Athletic Community's "Play for Patrick" initiative, which resulted from the unexpected loss of one of its young hockey players.
It's time for SHOWcase!
SHOWcase, Burnsville High School’s annual, fully staged variety show, features the dynamic vocal, dance and musical talents of BHS students. This year, we journey into the world of television with 'Channel Surfing,' with tours through MTV, ESPN, CNN and more! Enjoy music from Disney, Chicago, Broadway, John Lennon, Toto, Travie McCoy, Bruno Mars, and many more.
There will be an ASVAB representative here on Tuesday, Jan. 27 to discuss test results with students who took the ASVAB test on Oct. 31 at both the BHS main and senior campuses. This is a required meeting and will take place from 1-2 p.m. in the Upper Media Labs at the main campus. An announcement will be made the day of the meeting for students to report.
Congratulations to this year's Snow Week King and Queen, seniors Maxwell Dunstan and Madeline Dockry!
- Pajama Dress Up Day
Wednesday, Jan. 28:
Snow Week Medallion Hunt 2015
Here we go once again ... let the medallion hunt begin!
The winner is to bring the medallion to Mr. Riggs to receive their $100.00 prize.
The real world. Out there. Where you are expected to make money and care for yourself. Are you ready for the real world?
A team of two Burnsville High School students placed third among 1,100 teams in the Fall 2014 Stock Market Game sponsored by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.
Mobile computing is not the future. It’s the now, and thanks to teacher Cindy Drahos, students at Burnsville High School aren’t having to wait to dive in to mobile programming.
Nominations for inductees into the Burnsville High School (BHS) Hall of Fame Class of 2015 are being accepted now through March 20, 2015.
Nominations can be submitted electronically by going to www.isd191.org/halloffame. Nomination forms can also be picked up in the BHS office.