• BHS Senior Class 

  •  Senior Class Sponsors:


    Lydia Adle, Counseling Office

    LaChrislyn Goss, Counseling Office

    Renae Jackson, Counseling Office

    Sonia Howard, Teacher

    Christina Cho, Teacher

    Patrick Mahaffey, Teacher 

  • Honor Graduate Requirements

    Honor Graduate Requirements

    The criteria for being named an Honor Graduate is to have earned a cumulative grade point average of 90.0% or higher at the end of the four years of high school. This 90.0% average is not rounded up. Students who have earned a 90.0 Cumulative GPA after the 1st semester of their senior year will be awarded this distinction in May.

    Honor Graduates receive the following recognition:

    • Honor stole ($30) to be worn at Graduation can be purchased.
    • Recognition at Honors Night in May.
    • Proceed through Graduation at the beginning of the graduating class.
    • Status noted in the Graduation program.

    Graduation Cords

    Click here to access the Cord Requirements and Application

  • Senior Dues/Cap and Gown

    Senior Dues: Starting at $125

  • Senior Obligations

    Take care of all obligations to the school each year:

    • Lost or missing textbooks paid for
    • Activities/athletics fees paid
    • Club dues paid
    • Media Center fines paid
    • Uniforms/equipment/other items returned
    • Textbooks returned to the school in May or before withdrawal
    • Any fines, dues, activity fees, lost textbook costs, etc. paid immediately

  • Senior Pictures and Yearbook

    Click here to access information about senior pictures and yearbook.  

  • Valedictorian - Salutatorian 

    The nominated Valedictorian is a student with the highest grade point average (GPA) in the senior class and the nominated Salutatorian is the student with the second highest grade point average in the senior class. The Valedictorian and Salutatorian are nominated at the end of the first semester of their senior year based on the students’ quality point GPA. Valedictorians and Salutatorians must attend their representative high school the senior year prior to receiving this honor. If students vying for Valedictorian or Salutatorian have identical grade point averages, the 100 point scale GPA shall be considered.