New music classes being offered at Burnsville High School are popular with students, including many who have not been involved in the music
Remember your senior year with a panoramic! Orders for the Class of 2015 panoramic are due by Friday, Oct. 3. The cost is $20. Please drop off your order form at either the main campus office or the senior campus office.
A total of 68 students have achieved recognition based on their scores on rigorous Advanced Placement (AP) exams they took last spring after completing college-level courses at Burnsville High School.
BURNSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK NOW ON SALE
The 2015 yearbook is now on sale. The cost of the yearbook, if purchased prior to Spring Break, is $65. If the yearbook is purchased after Spring Break, the cost goes to $85.
Go to ybpay.lifetouch.com to purchase a yearbook. Use Yearbook ID Code 11442015.
Burnsville High School students, athletes and fans will help fight cancer when the school hosts its first “Tackle Cancer” football game on Friday, Oct. 10, featuring the Burnsville Blaze and Lakeville North Panthers football teams.
There are plenty of ways to get plugged in at BHS! If you'd like to join an upcoming activity, there will be several informational meetings. Or check out the Student Activities Handbook to see everything that BHS has to offer.
Disc Golf Club
There will be a meeting on Friday, September 19t at 2:45 pm at Red Oak Park Disc Golf Course in Burnsville. Join us for an enjoyable time playing the greatest sport ever. No discs? Not a problem! We'll have some you can borrow.
Class rings are both a tradition and rite of passage at Burnsville High School. We are excited for the upcoming class ring orders at Burnsville where we will be helping you design and order a class ring. Please join Herff Jones on Wednesday, Sept. 17 outside the school store for a special ring ordering event during lunch and after school until 4 p.m.
Following tonight's football game, there will be a bonfire for BHS students only. The bonfire was originally scheduled for Wed. Sept. 10 but was canceled due to the weather.
Bundle up and have fun!
The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) will be given at Burnsville High Senior Campus School on Wednesday, October 15. The test serves as a practice SAT, which is a college admissions test, and as the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT). The test will begin at 8:00 a.m. with a 7:30 a.m. sign-in. Registrations and sign-ups for the test will begin on Monday, September 15.
Seniors Ted Ko and Ashley VanderWoude were named as Homecoming King and Queen at Burnsville High School during a student assembly on Sept. 11.
Ted is the son of Byung and Miok Ko of Burnsville, and Ashley is the daughter of Mark and Lori VanderWoude of Burnsville.
Burnsville High School students, alumni and community members celebrated Homecoming with themed dress up days, sporting events, a football game and a Homecoming Dance.