Yearbook 2022-23


Are you a Bloomington North graduate who currently has a child attending North? We want to hear from you. Our Yearbook staff is working on a project to connect our present with our past and we want to talk to parents that graduated from BHSN who now have students at BHSN. Please fill out this form: to let us know more about you. We will be working on this project throughout the year so we may not get back with you right away. If you have any questions or problems with the form, please contact Yearbook Adviser Troy Cockrum at

There are a small number of extra yearbooks remaining. They are being sold for $65 on a first come first served basis. If you would like to purchase one, please see Mr. Cockrum in room 709, or come in and ask at the front office. If you pre-ordered and did not receive your yearbook, also stop in to room 709 and see Mr. Cockrum or email


Pre-orders for the 2022-23 yearbook is now open and can be completed online at: or go to and search for Bloomington North.
Senior Parents: Honor your child with a recognition ad in the yearbook. You can design the ad or our yearbook staff can design it for you. Order and upload your photos online at: or go to and search for Bloomington North. If you have photos that need to be scanned or have other questions, email Order by Nov. 1 and enter the code "early" to receive 10% off your ad.
Old Yearbooks For Sale
Our storage shelves are buckling from the weight of old yearbooks from the last 50 years. We need to clear space to store yearbooks for the next 50 years. If you are looking for an old yearbook, we may just have it. We have a lot of extra copies of yearbooks from 2003-2021. We have smaller numbers of other years. If you are interested, send an email to Yearbook Adviser Troy Cockrum at with the year(s) you are looking for and he will let you know if we have it. The yearbooks can be had for:
pre-2018 - donation of any amount to the yearbook program
2019-2021 - $30
2022 - $65
Also, don't forget to pre-order your 2023 yearbook before the price goes up later in the year: