Fourth quarter begins on Monday, April 10th! It's time for the Bruins to buckle down. Hard work will pay off this spring. You can do it!
Senior 17 Picture Available for Download!
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Siena Worthey, Aynika Nelson, Bret Darger, and Alex Edwards
Congratulations to our April Bruin PRIDE Students of the Month, Alex Edwards, Aynika Nelson, Bret Darger, and Siena Worthey. Thanks for showing your Bruin PRIDE every day!
The Jr. / Sr. Prom is a Privilege. Make Sure You'll Be Able To Attend.
How to make sure you can attend the Prom:
Be on time to classes
Attend classes regularly
Show Bruin PRIDE each day and rise to meet school expectations
You will not be able to buy tickets to, or attend Prom if...
You have more than 10 tardies between March 13th and April 15th
You have more than 3 skipped classes between March 13th and April 15th
You have more than 3 behavior referrals between March 13th and April 15th
Additionally, to ensure student safety at this year's dance, this year's prom organizers have requested that students participate in a breathalyzer sobriety test before entry. This will aid in protecting the safety of all of our students.
First Semester Honor Roll Recipients
Congratulations to our first semester Honor Roll recipients! Honor roll students must have a grade point average above 3.0. These students' commitment to excellence is motivating to all of us!
The PowerSchool app is available online for your smartphone or tablet. Get it today and have constant access to your schedule and current grades. If you have questions about the app, please visit the Counseling and Guidance department.
The BHHS Extended School Day Program has begun
What: A time on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school, from 3:17 to 4:30 pm, during which students can get school work done at school. Peer tutors will be available to help students.
Who: All students are invited to come, but students who are behind in their classes or need to recover credit will be required to participate.
Why: So that all students can stay on track to pass their classes and graduate on time!
Transportation: An after school bus will leave BHHS each Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30 pm to take students home.
Please call Mr. Merritt at 541 469 2108 to get your student involved in this valuable program.
If you need to report illegal activities, bullying, or students in danger, use BHHS’s tip system.
The Brookings-Harbor High School plays host to a variety of radio and podcast content available for listen and download HERE on our website! We are always looking for students who want to get involved in journalism, podcasting, acting, radio, writing, poetry, and anything else you can do with audio and recordings! Contact Mr. Tippman for more information about this opportunity.
Sign up for the Attendance Challenge to become an Attendance VIP at BHHS. VIP status will earn you special perks and discounts throughout the school year! See Mrs. Acosta to sign up.
At BHHS we believe that every student can succeed, but in order to do that, they need to have strong attendance.
Did you know that missing just two days of school per month increases the chance that a student might not graduate from high school?
Learn more by clicking the image below this message.
At BHHS, teachers learn together!
Thanks to the community's support of the High School Yearbook, 109 trees are being planted in Brookings-Harbor High School's name! Congratulations to those who developed this partnership with TreeRing, to the students and staff who worked on the yearbook, and to the members of the BHHS ASB! Click the green TreeRing graphic above to learn more about this partnership.