Bloomington High School North

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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Bloomington High School North community is to seek knowledge through inquiry, wisdom through understanding, success through achievement, and purpose through service to others.


  • Gold Day

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  • Fall 2014 Term 1 Report Cards
    Term 1 report cards will be delivered to students on Friday, September 19, during Cougar Den.

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  • 2014 MCCSC Fall Break
    The 2014 MCCSC  Fall Break is scheduled Monday, October 6, through Friday, October 10. Bloomington High School North will not be in session on those days. When school resumes on Monday, October 13, it will be a Maroon Day.

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  •  College Admission Handbook
    Click the image below to access the 2014 - 2015 BHSN Get into College Handbook.
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  •  Cougars for Better Education
    Cougars for Better Education, Inc.(C4BE) is a non-profit organization formed in the fall of 1995 which raises and disburses funds to support Bloomington High School North. C4BE supports academic, artistic, civic and athletic endeavors at BHSN through teacher grants as well as through other programs to benefit students directly. Projects supported by C4BE are those that will provide significant improvements to BHSN and are not funded by the Monroe County Community School Corporation or any other sources. We rely on volunteer efforts to direct and staff our activities, so virtually all funds raised are expended for educational projects at North.
    If you would like to receive e-mail notification of Cougars for Better Education meetings including minutes and agendas, click here to self-subscribe to our listserv. Then click on (bhsnc4be).

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Core Beliefs

The faculty and staff of Bloomington High School North affirm the following core beliefs:

School must be a safe nurturing and mutually respectful community that accepts diversity of experience, ability, culture, race, age, gender, sexual orientation and religion of all individuals.

A rigorous, relevant curriculum in all disciplines is essential to student success.

Education is the shared responsibility of all parents, guardians, students, and staff in partnership with the larger community.

Education prepares students to make responsible choices necessary for a life in a civil, democratic society.

Education provides students the opportunity to learn the skills necessary for post secondary education, employment and personal growth in the context of being a life-long learner.

The educational community must assure the essential resources necessary for student success are available to all.

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