To request a transcript or verify graduation, please email a request to Emily Merrill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- your name at the time of attendance,
- your date of birth,
- graduation date, if you have one and
- please provide an email address for where you would like to have your transcript sent.
- A release signed by the graduate is required for all third party requests.
*****Please note that our school building is closed due to air quality issues. Transcripts of people who graduated before 2015 will take 7 – 10 business days to process. We are very sorry for this inconvenience. *****
Minors aged 14 and up are able to seek employment in Vermont without a work permit. The only time a permit is necessary is if the minor is seeking to work during school hours and is under the age of 16. For more information on obtaining a work permit at the age of 14 or 15 to work during school hours, contact the State of Vermont Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division, at 802-951-4083. Link to form.
The purpose of a high school education, it is about growth both academically and socially. What BHS offers, perhaps better than any other Vermont school, is the academic and social breadth that comes from having and serving a very diverse community. Teachers have learned to differentiate their instruction and to think deeply about their curriculum in order to represent all of the students in their classrooms. Students hear multiple diverse and varied narratives and perspectives in ways that deepen their understanding of others and the world. In terms of preparing them to live in the larger world outside of Vermont, this is essential. As if that weren’t enough, BHS students have the ability to engage in programs in our technical center without having to lose time traveling. We are able to meet the needs of diverse learners with our comprehensive curriculum while supporting multiple kinds of activities reflective of the interests of our population and community.
Information about clubs may be found here.
Information about athletics may be found here.
At BHS, students are heterogeneously grouped in ninth grade Humanities and can opt for an honors designation by opting in and engaging in additional work. In later years, students can sign up for honors level classes or take AP classes. With regards to math, if students have been recommended by their middle school math teacher for Freshman Geometry they can sometimes take Algebra 2 as well but this is sometimes dependent on availability of space in those classes.
The current school profile may be found on this page.
Please see this page for community service information.