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  • Speech Winners at Fair Grove

    The BHS Speech Team brought home second place in the Sweepstakes Division of the Fair Grove Tournament last Saturday. The students are under the direction of Debbie Smith.

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  • Harris Named High School Principal

    Jack Harris, a Branson native, has been named the new principal at Branson High School. He replaces Chip Arnette who will become the district’s assistant superintendent of instruction beginning July 1.

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  • 2016-2017 Calendar Approved

    The 2016-2017 school calendar has been approved. You may view it here

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  • All District Honor Band Selections

    BHS students performed with the All District Honor Band on January 16. They were selected for the Honor Band distinction at auditions held last November. The students are under the direction of David Opperman, Jena Ingram and Daniel Jarett.

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  • CRI Honor Choir Performs at MME Conference

    Cedar Ridge Intermediate’s Pirates of Song Honor Choir, under the direction of Salley Doherty and Sarah Kirk, will perform at the 78th annual Missouri Music Educators (MME) Association Conference to be held January 28-30.

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  • Math Students Sweep Camdenton Relays

    The BHS Math Team swept the honors at the Camdenton Relays last Saturday – including an overall first place trophy in Division III. The team had 15 members competing against representatives from 18 high schools. The students are under the direction of Barb Cogdill and Lora Niles.

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  • FFA Students Attend Leadership Conference

    The annual FFA Greenhand Motivational Conference was held January 6-8 at Missouri State University. The conference was among 13 scheduled at different locations around the state to benefit over 4,500 first-year FFA members in 320 Missouri high schools. The conferences were presented by state FFA officers and sponsored by MFA Incorporated.

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  • Knights of Columbus Donate to District

    Members of the local Knights of Columbus Unit #670 presented a $1,542.29 check to the district’s special education program on Monday. The check represented proceeds from the Knights annual fund raising campaign.

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  • Chess Teams Earn First Place

    The BHS Chess Team brought home the first place trophy from the COC Tournament held in West Plains last Saturday. The Varsity team earned first place in its division and the Junior Varsity team was awarded first place in its division.

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  • Patriot Pen Winners at BJHS

    Branson-Hollister VFW Post #11290 sponsored the annual Patriot’s Pen writing competition this fall among area schools. The contest asked middle school students to write on the topic “What patriotism means to me”.

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  • BHS Cheerleaders Perform in Orlando

    Sarah Becker and Hannah Roberts, seniors on the BHS varsity cheerleading squad, were among more than 800 high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the country invited to participate in the first annual Varsity Spirit Spectacular held at Walt Disney World in Orlando in December.

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  • Sophomores Chosen as HOBY Ambassadors

    Janthinee Bard and Lance Junck, sophomores, have been named Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership (HOBY) Seminar Ambassadors. They will represent Branson High School at the leadership retreat scheduled June 3-5 on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.

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  • BHS Video Honored at Conference

    Brianna Presley and Tori O’Dell represented the BHS Mass Media Class October 3 at the Missouri School Board Association (MSBA) fall conference held at Lake of the Ozarks. The class was awarded first place and a $1,000 cash prize for its entry in the MSBA video contest relating to the theme What’s Super About Public Schools.

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  • Northcutt and Vijitbenjaronk Named Semifinalists

    Branson High School has two National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. Holly Northcutt and Warut Vijitbenjaronk, seniors, will advance to the final round of the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

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  • ACT Scores Above State and National Average

    Branson High School's ACT composite scores are above state and national averages according to a report released earlier this month by the ACT organization. The ACT was administered to 180 of our graduating seniors in 2015.

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  • New Phone APP Tracks Bus Route

    We’re rolling out a new phone APP this fall. You can track your bus route to determine pick up and drop off times each day by downloading the Versatrans My Stop mobile APP to your cell phone.

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