Jean Schick-Lifetime Achievement Award
Congratulations to Jean Schick for receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award last night at the Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Franklin Initiative Educator of the Year celebration!
Mrs. Brittain-Watts Interview
BHSN Academic Superbowl
Bloomington High School North defeated 19 other teams to win the annual Brown County Invitational of the Indiana Academic Superbowl sponsored by Purdue University and the Indiana Association of School Principals. The team medaled in each subject area (Social Studies, Math, Science, Fine Arts, English, & Interdisciplinary). They will next compete the regional competition hosted by Bloomington North on the evening of April 16th.
BHSN Science Olympiad
Bloomington High School North science olympiad team placed fifth at the state competition held at Indiana University on Saturday March 16th, 2019! They had 10 top 5 placements and 23 top ten placements out of 27 total events!
The MCCSC and FMCCS is hosting the third annual Girls in Engineering, Math, and Science (GEMS) conference on Saturday, March 23rd. The conference is for girls in grades 5th and 6th in Monroe County. Girls will have the opportunity work with female role models and enjoy the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and math. Registration deadline is March 8th.
To register your daughter for GEMS please click HERE.
If you are a female high school student, educator, or have an interest in STEM and would like to volunteer click HERE.
For More Information click HERE.
For the GEMS Schedule Click HERE
Youth Art Month
Parents of the Class of 2021
Bloomington High School North will begin testing for ISTEP+ English/Language Arts and Mathematics Part I approximately during the week of March 4th and will conclude during the week of March 18th. ISTEP+ Part II will occur during the window of April 8th- May 3rd. Please note, the test will be administered to all sophomores in order to meet graduation requirements.
Assessments are administered in two parts: Part 1 consists of applied skills (open-ended) items, and Part 2 includes multiple-choice and technology - enhanced items. Both Parts 1 and 2 are required components of the ISTEP+ program and are used to measure student mastery of the Indiana Academic Standards. Student achievement is measured in the subject areas of English/Language Arts, and Mathematics.
Sample questions and resource materials can be found Here
Human-Computer Interaction Program
On Monday, April 29, 2019, from 2pm-5pm, the Informatics Graduate Office at Indiana University the M.S. Human-Computer Interaction program will be hosting its annual M.S. HCI/d Capstone Event in the Indiana Memorial Union’s Frangipani Room. The M.S. HCI/d Capstone Event showcases our second year students’ final project as well as our Human-Computer Interaction program. If you have students who are interested in a career in UX, tech, or design, they can use this opportunity to learn about our undergraduate and graduate programs. For more information please click HERE
Global Youth Service Day
Are you interested in joining forces with your high school peers from five area schools to make an impact on your community? If so, APPLY NOW for Global Youth Service Day - a youth-led, hands-on volunteer service day on Friday, April 12th sponsored by the Monroe County Youth Council. Service projects are planned to impact our parks, youth engagement, democratic involvement, food security, and community arts! Completed applications are due by Friday, March 8th. Don't delay! Registration and project preferences won't last that long. Let's show the other schools that we can show up for service! Read more or register Here
North Students in Bloom Magazine
Five current and former students have been profiled in Bloom Magazine's Bloomington’s Black Leaders of Tomorrow. These students are David Johnson, Avery Njau, Tamara Brown, Caleb Poer, and Phoebe Powell. BHSN is proud to have these students making a community a better place. Click Here to Read the Full Story.
Bloomington High School North and Bloomington High School South received First-of-Its-Kind College Success Award.
Great Schools awarded Bloomington High School North and Bloomington High School South as 2018 College Success Award-winning high schools. Of the 814 schools across the country, 45 were from Indiana, and only MCCSC had 2-schools receiving this distinction. The College Success Award is a first-of-its-kind honor celebrating schools that excel in ensuring students prepare for college, enroll in college and succeed once they get there.
Award-winning schools have a successful track record of graduating students who later enroll in two- or four-year college, are ready for college-level coursework, and persist on to their second year, according to available data from the state. College and career-ready graduates are critical to fueling the U.S. economy, as 65 percent of jobs will require a postsecondary degree by 2020.
MCCSC prepares students not only to enroll in college but also to succeed once they get there. “We are honored that North and South received this award. It is yet another example of our schools providing a world-class education preparing graduates for success in college, careers and life.” said MCCSC Superintendent Dr. Judith A. DeMuth.
Bloomington High School North and South students participate in engaging, empowering and high quality educational opportunities that ensure their success. We celebrate MCCSC students, parents, teachers and staff members for their dedication in pursuit of our students’ success.
Parents and guardians should call the attendance line voicemail to report an absence, late arrival or early dismissal. If requesting an early dismissal for your student, please allow at least 45 minutes for passes to be delivered. Students will be unexcused unless a parent or guardian calls in to excuse their absence. The attendance line voicemail is 812.349.4704 and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Thank you.
One to One Student Learning Device Info
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 eding with freshman.
Click here to see the 1:1 Device Video
7:00 AM GEMS
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Girls in Engineering, Math, and Science Conference
6:00 PM NHS induction ceremony
7:00 PM 6th Annual Swing Dance
7:00 PM Swing Dance
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM 2019 Transition and Community Resource Fair
6:00 PM Baseball Vs Linton