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.


  • BHSN Student Digital Photography
    Be sure to view the Digital Photography Webpage of teacher Ernie Clark to view examples of award-winning student work. Several students recently won medals in national competitions for their work. 

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  • 2015 - 2016 Curriculum Guide
    The 2015 - 2016 BHSN Curriculum Guide is available online. 

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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 Fall Fundraising Campaign
    What is C4BE's  Fall Fund raising Campaign?  It's a chance for you to help support critical extras for the school without having to sell anything!  All we ask for is a donation from each family, and we only fundraise once a year! It's easy, quick, and simple. DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE – C4BE is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) corporation YOU MAY DESIGNATE A DEPARTMENT(S) FOR YOUR DONATION Cougars for Better Education accepts  Donations by check.  You can go to our website, download a form and mail in your donation.
    To make an on line donation via Pay Pal, you need to go to Log into your account.  Click on send money. Then enter in the "to" box.
    Your donation will help fund items in all areas of teaching at North that can spark a student's interest.  It may be physics equipment or a ceramics kiln, library books or Real Care Babies. Each year we donate things that make a real difference in the school experience of BHSN students, including yours.  Please join the effort and make your donation today.

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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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BHSN Mail Lists

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