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.

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  • BHSN Video Club will be live streaming the BHSN Boys Lacrosse game vs Evansville! 


     BHSN Video Club

    Go to on Saturday (4/1/17) at 1:00pm to see all the action. Go Cougars!



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  • Color Run April 9th!


    The North BuildOn Club is going to Malawi this summer to build a school in a rural village. The club will be holding a 5K color run (B-Line trail) on April 9th to raise money for the trip. This is open to the entire community: adults, kids, IU students, anyone, and everyone. Please join us on Sunday April 9th at 2:00pm at the Warehouse (1525 S Rogers) for the North BuildOn Club 5k Color Run.


    Sign up by March 31st

    $20.00 Registration.

    Registration Link (Click here)


    This is an untimed 5k where participats get sprinkled, splashed, and sprayed with non-toxic color powder. Afterwards, stick around for a dance party with a DJ! Activities before and after the run will include live music, giant jenga, cornhole, face paint, hacky sacks, juggling, and lots of photo ops. All proceeds go to fund a school building in a remote village in Malawi, Africa. Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service and education.



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  • The General is Back!!!


     Coach Knight


    On the evening of March 30th at 7pm, basketball coach Bob Knight will come back to Bloomington. In the event at Bloomington High School North, the award-winning journalist Bob Hammel will moderate a discussion with Coach Knight - reminiscing on stories from his legendary coaching career and answering questions from Hammel. Bob Hammel was the longtime sports editor at the Bloomington Herald-Times and co-author of two books with Knight.


    Ticket sales start (3/1/17) at 1:00pm and all tickets must be purchased online at for $25. There are 3,000 general tickets available. Limit of 6 tickets per person. Each person in attendance will receive a limited-edition sports program. Limited sponorship opportunities exist and interested parties need to reach out to Andy Hodson, BHSN Athletic Director, at or by calling him at 812-330-7831.



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  • Blood Drive


    Bloomington High School North Blood Drive

    Thursday, March 30th

    8:15am - 1:00pm

    Blood Drive in the Media Center (Library)

    Open to students 16 and over

    Registration Form (Click Here)

    Students under 18 must bring signed Parent Consent Form (Click Here)

    Help us reach our goal of 225 units!



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  • NHS Read-A-Thon


    NHS is hosting a read-a-thon through the entire month of March! All you need to do to participate is download the logs, get someone to sponsor you, and then just start reading! All proceeds go to the HHCC daycare.


    Click here for Read-a-thon Sponsor Log

    Click here for Read-a-thon Reading Log (Kid's Log)

    Click here for Read-a-thon Reading Log (High School Log)



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  • AP Exams Information


    It's almost time for the Spring 2017 AP Exams. Sign ups and payment will begin Monday, February 13th and will close on Friday, March 10th. Please click here for more information on the AP Exams and for the 2017 schedule.



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  •  Submit Senior Scholarship information here.



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    Getin2College Handbook



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  • One to One Student Learning Device Information

    Families and students should review the guidelines regarding the student learning devices. These guidelines have been set by MCCSC and approved by the School Board on 07/29/15. Also, please read the Student Device Care instructions found on the MCCSC High School 1:1 page. High school student learning devices will be distributed to all students during the first week of school beginning with seniors and ending with freshmen.

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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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