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  • 2019-2020    Bainbridge High School Back-to-School Information

    A reminder that Bainbridge High School will be an active construction site for the upcoming school year, and as a result we ask students, staff, families and community members to be flexible and ready to adjust to a changing campus. We are excited to see our new spaces taking shape, with demolition and room renovation underway this summer and construction of the new 100 building and theatre to follow.   


    We look forward to welcoming students back to BHS on Wednesday, September 4th.   Students will attend all six periods on Wednesday, with adjusted block schedule on Thursday and Friday.  The modified first week bell schedule is linked here.

    Please read below for changes this Fall.  Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions!


    A few changes this Fall:

    Students in grades 10, 11 and 12 will not return to campus in the end of August for “back to school” days.  All required forms are now submitted through the Skyward “ABC” check-in process and all fees can be paid online (see below for more detailed information).  However, as in past years, all incoming 9th grade students and students who are new to the Bainbridge Island School District are invited to campus for Spartan Startup on Tuesday, September 3rd.  


    School “picture day” has changed this year as well. 

    Student pictures will be taken:

    9th grade students:  During Spartan Startup on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd

    10th, 11th, 12th grade students:  During English classes on Sept. 4th, 5th, and 6th


    Student schedules will be live in Skyward Family Access (student login) on Wednesday, August 28th at 4pm.  Rather than come into the counseling office to make an appointment as in past years, students with an incomplete schedule or a note to “see counselor” should contact the counseling office via email or phone to resolve the issue or set a counseling appointment for August 29th or 30th.  During the week prior to school, counselors will only meet with students that do not have a full schedule and students that are incorrectly placed in a math class or world language level.  There will be no preferential schedule changes made for students.  Student schedules are based on student requests.

    Due to construction, some BHS teachers have been relocated to the Commodore Options School Campus and BARN.  The BHS & EHHS bell schedule will be changed slightly for the upcoming school year to provide a few more minutes of transition time between all six class periods on Monday.  The new bell schedule is linked here.


    Interested in participating in a Fall Sport?  

    BHS offers Fall Cross Country, Golf, Football, Girls Soccer, Girls Swim and Dive and Girls Volleyball. Fall sports begin before the first day of school so please be sure to complete the items listed below prior to the first day of practice.  Football begins August 21st. All other Fall Sports begin August 26th.  


    Before turning out for the first day of practice, all athletes are required to:

    1. Register with Family ID:  This is REQUIRED for all athletes, new and returning.
    2. Provide a current physical to the Athletics Office.  Physical exams are considered current for two years from the date of the exam, and cannot expire during the season (Fall season runs through mid-November). This WIAA Form  is the preferred physical form, but your doctor may provide alternative forms, as long as it clearly indicates the student is cleared for sports.
    3. Take a baseline concussion test.  All athletes must have a current baseline on file in order to participate on the first day of practice.  Amanda Sageser will administer baseline concussion testing on August 21-23 from 1-2pm in BHS Room 207.  If you have taken the test before, and are unsure if it is still valid, please email Sarah Bullock at
    4. Once team rosters are set, all athletes must pay the $250 participation fee prior to the first competition of the season.  You may make payment through this online payment site or in person at the BHS Accounting Office on August 29th or 30th, or after the school year begins.  


    Please click here for information about reduced fees and financial assistance.


    For more sport-specific information, please visit the BHS Athletics website or contact the coach:

    Cross Country Anne Howard-Lindquist

    Golf (Girls):  Ian Havill

    Golf (Boys):  Dominic Lacie

    Football:  Jeff Rouser

    Soccer (Girls):  Katie Drovdahl

    Swim and Dive (Girls):   Sarah Bullock

    Volleyball (Girls): Dominique Atherley


    Interested in joining the BHS Marching Band?

    Students interested in participating in Marching Band this Fall, please contact Band Director Chris Thomas at  Please pay the $250 participation fee for Marching Band by Monday, September 2nd.


    Interested in joining the BHS Color Guard?

    Students interested in participating in Color Guard this Fall, please contact Alisa Mitchell at  Please pay the $125 participation fee for Color Guard by Monday, September 2nd. 


    Looking for other ways to get involved at BHS?

    Bainbridge High School offers a wide range of sports, clubs and activities for students to get involved in.  Joining a club or a sports team is a great way to explore something new, expand your social circle and be a part of the BHS community. Take a look at the list of clubs and activities for the 2019-2020 school year, and stay tuned for updates once you return to school this Fall.   Reminder - you must pay for a BHS ASB card if you will participate in a club, activity or BHS sports team this school year.

    BHS Family Handbook, this can also be found under the 'For Families' tab throughout the year.

    More Upcoming Dates and Events at BHS Fall 2019

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