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News Archive - April 2017

Three Burnsville Blaze Athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Apr12th

The athletic department at Burnsville High School is proud to announce that three student-athletes will sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, April 12, to play their respective sports at the NCAA Division I or II college of their choosing...

Categories: Athletics, Achievement

Jazz Cafe slated for Thursday, April 20

Apr11th

Burnsville High School will host Jazz Cafe on Thursday, April 20 in the cafeteria and commons (adjacent to the cafeteria), located at 600 E. Highway 13.   The FreeStyle Choir, along with soloists and ensemble, will perform during the...

Categories: Arts, Academics

Online registration for Blaze summer camps is now open!

Apr11th

Online registration for Blaze summer camps at Burnsville High School is now open. All registrations and payments will be made through FeePay. For detailed information about summer camps, please view the 2017 Blaze Summer Camps catalog. If...

Categories: Athletics

Blaze Robotics wins awards at regionals, advances to state competition

Apr10th

FIRST Team 3184 Blaze Robotics received the Creativity Award at the FIRST Robotics Central Illinois Regional Competition on March 15-18 and the Industrial Design Award at the 10K Lakes Regional Competition on April 7-8....

Categories: Academics, Student Success

Summer academic programs for grades K-5 taking registrations

Apr10th

It’s time to register for Burnsville Area Learning Center’s Summer Programs. Programs are for current District 191 students in need of reading, writing, or math development. Participation in the program is voluntary, free-of-charge, and...

Categories: Parents, Academics

Summer academic programs for grades 6-8 taking registrations

Apr10th

It’s time to register for Burnsville Area Learning Center’s Summer Programs. Programs are for current District 191 students in need of reading, writing, or math development. Participation in the program is voluntary, free-of-charge, and...

Categories: Parents, Academics

National Honor Society plans "Doggie Dash 5K" for April 22

Apr10th

Burnsville High School National Honor Society, a group of dedicated students who strives to achieve their four pillars – scholarship, character, leadership and service, will host a community-oriented "Doggie Dash 5K" as its service...

Categories: Community, Academics

Burnsville High School to host powwow May 20

Apr7th

Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 will join with other south metro school districts to host the South of the River Powwow at Burnsville High School on May 20 to celebrate the community’s graduating American Indian students. Organizers...

Categories: Community

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