Bunker Hill High School was recognized today at ISU as a finalist for the 2024 IHSA School Spirit Contest. Thank you to Lynzie Hill, Jadalyn Black, Ashley Gerecke, and Cheyanne Brooks for representing BHHS!
about 8 hours ago, Matthew Smith
school spirit
school spirit
school spirit
BHHS is at ISU and will soon be on the gym floor, waiting for the results of the IHSA school spirit contest. Wish us good luck!
about 13 hours ago, Matthew Smith
ISU
BHHS values parent/guardian input! Please take a few moments to complete the 5Essentials Survey using the following link: http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
1 day ago, Matthew Smith
5 Essentials
Spanish I students have been learning about the Castells de Tarragona, Spain which is an annual festival where they build “castells” (or human towers)! Today they had a competition to see who could build the highest and widest tower, with the winner being 21 cups wide and 22 cups high!
3 days ago, Matthew Smith
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The BHHS blood drive scheduled for Monday, March 4th, is cancelled and will not be rescheduled. Thank you..
4 days ago, Matthew Smith
Blood Drive
Coming through in the clutch! BHHS Scholastic Bowl team got 2nd place overall in the Macoupin County Tournament last night at North Mac. Their semifinal win against Carlinville was a comeback thriller that came down to the final tossup and bonus question, as they won 240-230. A true team effort!!
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BHHS students recently visited Lewis & Clark Community College to register during "Early Bird" registration day.
5 days ago, Matthew Smith
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There is still time to catch a great show here at BHHS! The drama club is performing "A Class Act" in James Hlafka Hall. Show started at 7pm tonight.
7 days ago, Matthew Smith
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The BHHS senior class is organizing an upcoming fundraiser. Please consider supporting them!
8 days ago, Matthew Smith
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BHHS is celebrating the upcoming FFA week!
8 days ago, Matthew Smith
FFA
The 8th grade art class has been learning about different clay hand-building techniques and have created some fun sculptures!
9 days ago, Matthew Smith
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Congratulations to our FFA poultry team who earned 4th place at the section contest this week! Luke Wolff placed 8th overall at the contest!
9 days ago, Matthew Smith
FFA
The BHHS student council is sponsoring a blood drive on Monday, March 4th. Please consider donating!
11 days ago, Matthew Smith
Blood Drive
Bunker Hill High School Drama students have been working very hard for their performance this Friday, February 23rd and Saturday, February 24th at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the door. You do not want to miss this!
12 days ago, Matthew Smith
Drama
Congrats to Drake Rose! Drake, a BHHS senior, just signed a letter of intent to play semi-pro football for the Central Illinois Cougars!
15 days ago, Matthew Smith
Drake
The BHHS Student Council sponsored a special person's lunch today. All had a great time!
15 days ago, Matthew Smith
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lunch
BHHS and Wolf Ridge students enjoyed reading together today!
15 days ago, Matthew Smith
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Reading
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Reading
Reading
Representatives from Morton buildings were at BHHS on Thursday, February 15th. They spoke to students about career opportunities offered at Morton. These include: construction, design build, welding, CDL driving, and corporate positions. They plan to come back to BHHS in May to do a hands-on, mock-up build with students. A big thank you to Morton Buildings for taking the time to talk to BHHS students!
16 days ago, Matthew Smith
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Morton
Hello Minutemen Basketball Fans! BHHS is hosting a regional game on Monday, February 19th at 7pm. The entry fee is $5, as per IHSA policy.
17 days ago, Matthew Smith
Regional game
On Monday, members of the BHHS Student Council traveled to Belleville East High School to attend a leadership conference. At the conference, they voted on new officers for our IASC district and got to meet STUCO members from other schools. Some key leadership topics that were discussed were: taking action, teamwork, diversification of skills, and solving problems. This was a great opportunity for the STUCO members and they can’t wait to see how they will implement these skills in our school!
18 days ago, Matthew Smith
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