College Knowledge Month is a statewide program to help students explore their career and college options, plan for life after high school and complete college applications.
Seven seniors at Burnsville High School are among the most academically-talented scholars in the country based upon their performance in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship program.
Burnsville High School students crowned seniors Daniel Akah and Olivia Brammer as their 2017 Homecoming King and Queen in a coronation Sept. 21.
Attendants walked into a darkened, jam-packed gymnasium, with background music welcoming them in and a spotlight and floor lights illuminating their way. Last year's Homecoming King Charlie Green and Homecoming Queen Egeziharya Yilma were on hand to crown the new king and queen. (See Slideshow)
- Nicholas Hughes
- Erika Leeman
- Joshua Kamara
- Kaylahna Onenaly
Burnsville High School graduate Scott Tinkham is a finalist for the National Student Production Awards in two categories for videos he created while he was a student at BHS. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the nominees on Sept. 12.
Broadway musical, “The Music Man,” opens Thursday, Nov. 9 at the Mraz Center for the Performing Arts at Burnsville High School, located at 600 E. Hwy 13.