Burnsville High School is participating in the statewide administration of the ACT Plus Writing. The ACT is a college readiness assessment that provides useful information to students and their families in planning for college and is used by colleges in their admission process.
All students enrolled in 11th grade will take the ACT Plus Writing during this statewide administration.
Thirty-one Burnsville High School students competed at the 2017 Minnesota DECA State Career Development Conference (SCDC) on March 19-21 at the Minneapolis Hyatt Regency. This year's theme for the SCDC was "Own Your Future."
Based on Agatha Christie's short story, "Mousetrap" will come to life through performances of the murder mystery on the Burnsville High School stage April 6-8.
Burnsville High School junior Fiona Chow received the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) and earned recognition at the national level.
Fiona was selected to receive this award based on her demonstrated interest and achievement in computing, proven leadership ability, academic performance and plans for post-secondary education.
Spring flowers and plants are now on sale at Burnsville High School!
Each year, the school holds a flower sale that doubles as a fundraising activity to support the BHS College Scholarship Program. All proceeds go toward the program, which is offered to all BHS seniors.
The products are of the highest quality and have received very positive comments from those who have purchased them in previous seasons.
Burnsville High School is hosting a Multicultural Night on Friday, March 24 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. in the BHS cafeteria and Mraz Center for the Performing Arts, located at 600 E. Highway 13.
There will be free, culturally-diverse foods available in the cafeteria at the beginning of the evening. There will also be cultural dances, poetry, fashion shows and much more.