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  • Bloomington High School’s mission is to educate students in a safe, supportive, and academically rigorous learning environment.  In order to accomplish this, we will provide a challenging and varied curriculum, offer a range of extracurricular activities, support the use of technology, and promote critical thinking skills to produce both independent and collaborative thinkers who are competent problem solvers.

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The Bruin Press - April 7, 2017!

  • The Bruin Press - April 7, 2017 - Issue 5

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    The April 7, 2017 issue of The Bruin Press is hot off of the virtual presses.  It's the "Awards Issue" so check it out!

    Click here for the Bruin Press!

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Summer School info

  • Summer School 2017!

    One session only:  June 8 - 30

     

    Bell Schedule:

    Nutrition                      6:50 – 7:20 a.m.

    1st Semester classes    7:30 – 10:30 a.m.

    Nutrition                      10:30 – 11:00 a.m.

    2nd Semester classes   11:05 -- 2:05 p.m.

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    Applications are available in the Counseling Office now!  The deadline to submit applications is May 2.

     

    Course Offerings (Dependent upon Enrollment):

    Math Support              English 1          Biology                        World History             

    Algebra 1                    English 2          Earth Science              U.S. History

    Geometry                    English 3

    Algebra 2

     

    Physical Education

    Career and College Readiness (9th grade only)

    And any other course option as needed.

     

    Attendance:

    Students will be dropped for suspendable violations of Ed. Code 48900 and/or if they miss a total of 4.5 hours of class for each semester.

     

Attention Seniors! - Cap and Gown Info

  • Graduating seniors may borrow a cap, gown, and tassel for the graduation ceremony at no charge.  These must be returned the day that you pick up your diploma from BHS.  If you would like to borrow a cap, gown, and tassel, please fill out a request form in the AP office beginning April 4, 2017.  You may purchase a cap, gown, and tassel if you would like to keep these items.  If you have already purchased a cap, gown, and tassel and would like a refund, see Ms. Wright in the ASB room (400).  The deadline to request a loan of graduation attire is Friday, April 28, 2017.

CRY-ROP Distinguished Student Awards 2017!

  • Three BHS students were recently honored with Distinguished Student Awards for the Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program. Congratulations!  We are proud of you and your teachers!

     

    Sierra Rose Montiel - Veterinary Assistant class; Agriculture and Natural Resources Sector

    Christian Velasco - The Art of Animation class; Arts, Media, and Entertainment Sector

    Katherine Garcia - Medical Terminology class; Health Science and Medical Technology Sector

     

    Two other Bruins received honorable mentions.  Congratulations to:

    Adrian Diaz - Fashion Merchandising and Marketing class; Fashion & Interior Design Sector

    Sandra Sandoval - Virtual Enterprise class; Marketing, Sales, and Service Sector

    CRYROP

Important message to parents about the CAASPP tests

  • Parents and students, please take a moment to read the attached letter regarding upcoming tests for all 11th grade students.           CAASPP letter

     

    11th grade students without SDC or AP classes will take the following tests:

    - Science on April 6

    - Math - on April 18, 20, OR 21

    - English Language Arts - on April 25, 26, OR 27

     

    11th grade students with an SDC or AP class will take the following tests:

    - Math on May 15 and 16

    - Science on May 17

     - English Language Arts on May 18 and 19

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A Message from Principal Torres

  • Hello Parents, Guardians, and Bloomington High Community,

    We would like to welcome everyone back to Bloomington High School as we begin the 2016-17 school year.  It is hard to believe that our summer break is over.  We look forward to working with our Bloomington High School families as we begin our journey this school year.  We are focused on providing our students, teachers, and family a safe and happy school environment.  Read More...

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Announcements

  • Family Fun Resource Fair

    Don't miss the next Family Fun Resource Fair on May 3 at Cooley Ranch Elementary. There will be plenty of fun and information. Admission is free!

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  • CJUSD College and Career Fair

    SAVE THE DATE: Our Second Annual CJUSD College and Career Fair is Weds, Oct. 11 at the City of Colton's Gonzales Community Center. Mark your calendars now for this great event!

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  • AAPAC Meeting April 27

    Join us for our next African American Parent Advisory Committee (AAPAC) meeting, to be held 6-8 PM Thurs., April 27 in the Grand Terrace HS lecture hall.

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