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Burnsville High School DECA heads to State in record numbers

Feb 5th Group of DECA students

The Burnsville High School (BHS) DECA program will be well-represented at the upcoming State Career Development Conference, with 36 students qualifying in multiple events. This is the most students to qualify for BHS in the history of the...

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Medallion hunt begins

Feb 4th

Snow Week Medallion Hunt 2019 begins today, Feb. 4!  Day One 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. Rules: The...

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Nominations open for 2019 BHS Hall of Fame

Jan 25th

Nominations for inductees into the Burnsville High School (BHS) Hall of Fame Class of 2019 are being accepted through Sunday, March 3. Nominations can be submitted electronically by going to www.isd191.org/halloffame. Nomination forms...

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‘Akeelah and the Bee’ opens Feb. 7 at Burnsville High School

Jan 24th Burnsville High School Theatre Guild will perform “Akeelah and the Bee” Feb 7-9 at the Mraz Center for the Performing Arts, located at 600 E. Highway 13.

Burnsville High School Theatre Guild will perform “Akeelah and the Bee” Feb 7-9 at the Mraz Center for the Performing Arts, located at 600 E. Highway 13.   Akeelah has a crazy passion for words: the more abstruse and labyrinthine, the...

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Registration opens Friday, Jan. 18 for all spring athletics

Jan 16th Online registration for spring athletics opens Jan. 18.

Online registration for spring athletics opens Jan. 18.  All registrations and payment need to be completed online through FeePay. A current sports physical needs to be on file with Mrs. Riggs prior to starting/completing the...

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BHS senior earns Achievement Award for her artwork

Jan 14th Burnsville High School senior Lindsey Larson earned an Achievement Award for her artwork, "The Difference."

Burnsville High School senior Lindsey Larson earned an Achievement Award for her artwork, "The Difference," which was selected for the annual South Suburban Conference High School Visual Arts Exhibition in the Fine Arts Gallery of Normandale...

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Partnership with Burnsville Fire preparing students for EMT certification

Jan 14th Burnsville High School students Vlad Lind, left, and Samira Elmi work with Burnsville Fire Chief B.J. Jungmann during a recent class

Burnsville Fire Chief B.J. Jungmann is working directly with students who are learning CPR in the new Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class taught by Dr. Anne (Werner) Dempsey at Burnsville High School. Students are working in pairs to use...

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Burnsville High School will host SSC One Act Festival, Evenings of One Acts

Jan 14th Burnsville High School will host the South Suburban Conference One Act Festival on Saturday, Jan. 19.

Burnsville High School will host the South Suburban Conference One Act Festival on Saturday, Jan. 19. Six schools will bring their sets and casts to perform, while prominent clinicians from the Twin Cities theatre community will assess and...

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Burnsville High School earns four awards in Readers’ Choice Survey

Jan 8th The main entrance to Burnsville High School

Four awards go to Burnsville High School in the annual Readers’ Choice Survey of Sun ThisWeek and the Dakota County Tribune newspapers. Every year, the newspapers invite readers to choose their favorites in multiple categories. Results were...

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Nominations open for One91 Community of Excellence Awards

Jan 7th Community of Excellence award sits on a table.

Nominations are now open for the 2019 One91 Community of Excellence Awards to honor employees in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. The purpose of the awards is to recognize the extraordinary contributions of One91 staff members who...

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