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  • Revised BHS schedule for January 21-24

    BHS will be holding block periods 0, 2, 4, 6 on Tuesday, January 19th to make up for the missed class time on Friday. Wednesday will be periods 0-6. Thursday and Friday will run regular schedules (0,1, 3, 5 and 0,2, 4, 6).

    Schedule for the week


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  • Items of Note for Students and Families

    Due to the impact of three cancelled days, we have made an adjustment to the first semester finals schedule.

    Here is the revised calendar for the next three weeks and the new finals schedule.



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  • Spring Sports Registration

    Registration for Spring Sports is now open. See the link here or visit Athletics/Spring Sports on the BHS Website. Register early to ensure you are cleared to try out on March 2nd. Concussion Baseline testing for spring athletes will be offered on February 25, 26, and 27 3:30 - 4:30 in room 207.

    Blood Drive

    Attention students 16 years or older. BHS Athletic Medicine Club is hosting another blood drive on Wednesday, February 5th. Donating blood is safe and easy and can save up to three lives, including those of cancer patients, people undergoing surgery, and people involved in accidents. If you are interested in donating blood, sign up at the table outside Commodore at lunch. If you are under the age of 18, you will need a permission form. During the fall drive, 36 people donated blood! Let's make it 46 this time!

    AMC Test

    Attention all math wizards. Sign up for the AMC math competition which will be given second period February 5th. Competitive colleges like to see your AMC score. Bring $5 to Sarah Spray in the Accounting office. First come first served.

    ASVAB Testing

    Sign up now for the ASVAB exam, for career exploration and/or entrance to the military, at Test date, Friday, February 7th, for students age 16 and older. Questions contact Ms. Mroz at

    Olympic College Tour

    Sign up now for the Olympic College Tour, for career exploration / post-high school planning, at Tour date is, Tuesday, February 25th, for students age 16 and older. Questions contact Ms. Mroz at

    Interested in a Service Academy?

    Attention Freshmen, Sophomore or Juniors interested in applying to any Service Academies: A Service Academy Workshop is a unique event with all five Service Academies' Directors of Admission sitting on a panel and discussing service & their academies to a large audience. This program (held at UW) presents the U.S. Naval Academy, along with all five service academies' Deans & Directors of Admission who will be sitting on a panel (U.S. Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, Army West Point, Coast Guard Academy, Merchant Marine Academy) & providing insight on service academies' admissions processes; we are in our fourth year of doing combined events of this kind.

    The following is the link for students to register:

    Event Date: January 25, 2020
    Check in: 3pm Workshop: 4-6:30pm

    Tutoring at BYS

    BYS offers one-time or on-going support in most subjects and levels by appointment Monday-Thursday right after school. If you could use some academic support, go ahead and request a tutor. If you are interested in becoming a tutor and supporting other students, please sign up to be a Think Tank Tutor in exchange for community service hours. To get a tutor or become a tutor, please stop by BYS or email

    Scholarship Opportunities

    Rotary Scholarships are available to graduating seniors.
    Community Service Recognition Scholarship:Can you demonstrate a consistent pattern of commitment to, and leadership in, community service?
    Biddle Memorial Scholarship (administered by Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island): Have you made a noteworthy contribution to an athletic/sports team(s), club(s), or organization(s) in the form of leadership, mentorship, sportsmanship, and/or ambassadorship?
    Awards are for up to $5,000 per student. Financial need is not a consideration in the selection process. Updated Application Forms for 2020 will be posted on the RCBI website by Jan 1 and must be completed and submitted by March 9, 2020 at 5pm. The number awarded depends on the applicant pool. For more information: Further questions: Susan Bray ( Cindy McGregor (


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BHS Showcase

  • Winter One Act Auditions

    Entr'act Auditions for Winter One Acts will be on Thursday, January 23rd, starting at 3:15pm. Sign up in the library before all the slots are filled. Questions? Contact Ms. Clements in room #221 or at

    Student Equity Team

    Student Equity team will meet on Thursday this week instead of Tuesday. Join us during either lunch on Thursday, January 23rd, in room 333.

    Girls Water Polo

    Water polo players, are you interested in playing this spring? Informational meeting Monday, January 27th, at 6:45 at the pool, followed by a trial practice in the pool. No experience required.

    Baseball Meeting

    There will be a meeting for all students interested in playing baseball in the spring on Thursday, January 30th, immediately after school in room 223 (Mr. Shield’s room)

    Cheer Tryouts

    There will be an information meeting, February 13, 2020, 7:00pm - 8:00pm (BHS Library). BHS Cheer is to incoming 9th – 12th grade Boys and Girls.
    Tryouts will be at the Ordway Elementary Gym (enter back of school/west side of school) March 16 - 20, 2020 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm For more information contact Coach Tawnya Jackson
    Critical details for Tryouts
    *Current Sports Physical
    *Baseline Concussion Test (Baseline Concussion Test dates: February 25 - 27, 3:30 - 4:30 room #207)
    *Online registration must be completed by Monday, March 16th 2020
    *All BHS Cheer fines must be paid
    *Learn the “Fight Song” found on the BHS Cheer Website
    *Must be passing ALL classes

    Getting Involved

    Bainbridge High School offers a wide range of sports, clubs and activities for students to get involved in. 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.