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  • Summer School Registration is Underway for Grades K-12

    Registration is underway for Summer School. Students in grades K-12 can view course offerings and enroll here

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  • American Mathematics Competition Results

    The American Mathematics Competition (AMC 10) computerized test was administered to 30 BHS ninth graders in February. They were among thousands of high school students across the country completing the test.

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  • Band Fund Raiser Set for April 19

    The Branson School District's Band Boosters will host a fund raiser, How Sweet It Is – A Band Showcase Auction and Concert on Sunday, April 19.

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  • Elementary Inventors Earn Honorable Mention

    Fifth graders in Stefanie McKoy’s class at Cedar Ridge Intermediate have been honored for their innovative technology designs. The four students are among 500 entries recognized for exemplary work by the National Competition for ExploraVision presented by Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association.

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  • Simmons and Junck Headed to State

    Two members of the BHS Speech Team have advanced to the MSHSAA State Tournament scheduled April 25. They qualified by placing in the District Tournament held last Saturday.

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  • Musicians Rate at District Contest

    BHS musicians competed at the District Solo and Ensemble Contest last Saturday with prospects of advancing to the State Music Contest held on the campus of the University of Missouri-Columbia in May.

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  • Wanted: Kindergarten Students for 2015-2016

    The Branson School District will hold an introduction event entitled Ready, Set, Go for students who will enter kindergarten for the 2015-2016 school year.

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  • FFA Students Advance to District Event

    The FFA Area 12 Leadership Development event was held March 17 at Ozark. All BHS students competing placed at the Area 12 event and will advance to the southwest district Leadership Development event scheduled March 28.

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  • DECA Students Qualify for International Conference

    Members of the BHS chapter of Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) joined Missouri high school students at the annual state-wide conference held at Lake of the Ozarks last week.

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  • Chess Team Headed to State

    The BHS Chess Team won first place at the South Central Tournament March 21. Team members included Kyle Deppe, Zach Louviere, Christian Plaster, Hayden Presley and Noah Barr.

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  • Math Students Excel at Marshfield

    Four members of the BHS Team competed in the Greater Plains Math contest held in Marshfield last Saturday. Alex Cullison, Kyle Deppe, Garrett Towler and Warut Vijitbenjaronk were among 42 students competing for top honors.

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  • FBLA Members Headed to State

    BHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) attended the District 18 Conference February 10. The conference was held on the Central Bible College campus in Springfield. Students who placed in their respective categories include

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  • Students Advance in MATHCOUNTS Contest

    The Branson Junior High Math Team placed third among the top four school competing at the MATHCOUNTS contest held at Drury University last month.

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  • Elementary Math Students at SBU

    Fourth, fifth and sixth graders from Cedar Ridge and Buchanan Intermediate Schools competed in the Greater Plains Math League last Saturday. The competition was held on the campus of Southwest Baptist University.

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  • Branson Education Foundation Awards Grants

    The Branson Education Foundation awarded $30,556 in grants last Wednesday.

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  • Math Team Captures #1 at Camdenton

    The BHS Math Team brought home the first place trophy overall in Division III last Saturday from the Camdenton Math Relays. The students are under the direction of Barb Cogdill and Lora Niles.

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  • Speech Team Earns Second

    BHS Speech Team earned the second place Sweepstakes Trophy at the Marion C. Early Tournament last Saturday. Branson was among 26 schools competing.

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  • Calendar Approved for 2015-2016

    The calendar has been approved for next school year.

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  • FFA Students Attend Greenhand Conference

    More than 4,500 students representing over 300 Missouri high schools attended one of 18 FFA Greenhand Motivational Conferences held at various locations throughout the state last week. Branson FFA students attended the conference held January 6-9 on the campus of Missouri State University.

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  • Speech Team Takes 3rd at Fair Frove

    The BHS Speech Team won the 3rd place Sweepstakes trophy at Fair Grove last weekend. Sixteen schools competed with Branson earning third behind Bolivar and Marshfield.

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  • BHS Math Students Score at Central

    The BHS Math Team competed in the Greater Plains Math League contest hosted by Central High School last Saturday

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  • Cox Employees Provide for Students

    The employees of Cox Hospital-Branson organized a clothing drive for students in our district.

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  • Cents of Pride Receives Slusher Grant

    The Cents of Pride store for BHS students received a $1,500 grant from the Slusher Foundation last week.

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  • Patriot's Pen Essay Winners Selected

    Branson-Hollister VFW Post #11290 sponsored a Patriot’s Pen writing competition this fall among area schools.

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  • Speech Team Sweeps Buffalo

    The BHS Speech Team earned the first place Sweepstakes Trophy at the Buffalo Tournament held November 23. The win is the second consecutive first place trophy of the season.

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  • Education Foundation Raises $40,000

    The Superhero Showdown Carnival was held at the High School October 11. Through corporate sponsorships, T-shirt sales and raffle tickets, the event raised $40,000 for the Branson Education Foundation.

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