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State releases new guidelines for spectators at indoor activities

The Minnesota Department of Health released new guidelines yesterday to allow for up to two spectators per participant while still remaining under the venue maximums of 25% capacity and a total maximum of no more than 250. We realize this new information will be a cause for potential change on how spectators are handled at indoor events.

District 191 activities will not be immediately implementing these new parameters in order to develop plans along with our South Suburban Conference colleagues on how this can safely be done in each of our school buildings and facilities. These new guidelines require that we evaluate our plans for site set-up, advanced reservations, how much space is available, best locations for competitions, distance between spectators and competitors, proper ventilation as well as additional cleaning protocols.

Our goal is to implement these new guidelines in the safest possible way. BHS activities will provide an update as soon as specifics are available. 




Coaching staff contact information for all athletics programs can be found on the Burnsville High School Minnesota State High School League webpage

Coaching and team information is also available on the team-specific webpages listed to the right. Each program's website is created, developed and maintained by that individual program. The high school and/or district does not maintain those sites. For program-specific questions, please contact the head coach and/or contact person listed on the program's site.   


Please click HERE to take the BHS 2020 Athletics and Activities Survey

Online registration for fall athletics and activities is now open!

Please visit to register and provide payment for athletics and activities.

Spectator Guidelines

Please read and adhere to the following guidelines and safety requirments for Fall 2020 sports, as to not jeapordize the seasons of our sports teams. Thank you.

2020-21 Athletics & Activities Handbook:

For information regarding coaching staff and athletic fees, please see the Activities Handbook


Guillaume Paek
Director of Athletics  

Director of Activities

Jeanine Riggs
Activities and Athetlics Administrative Assistant

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Burnsville High School is a member of the South Suburban Conference, one of the newest conferences in Minnesota. The school offers 28 extra-curricular athletic activities including cheerleading and dance. There are 15 girls' activities and 13 boys' activities with more than 1,200 students participating annually. Check out the South Suburban Conference website for competitions dates and times along with cancelations of events.

National research indicates that participation in co-curricular activities is a high predictor of success in post high school and career work. Participation is also viewed with great interest by colleges and universities in processing applications. 

Burnsville High School has a history and tradition of excellence in athletics, winning numerous conference, section and state titles. Many BHS student-athletes have received college scholarships for their skills and abilities. 

All candidates for BHS sports are reminded that they must be cleared by having their sports packet completed including their physical up to date and participation fee paid prior to the start of opening day practice. 

In high school athletics, the coach is the final authority on issues such as cuts, playing time, substitutions, team discipline, etc. Always, contact the coach first with any question or concern regarding your son/daughter.