10920 199th Ave. Ct. E.
Bonney Lake WA 98391
Fax (253) 891-5797
Bonney Lake High School recognized achievements and awards given to graduating seniors on May 21, 2013. Awarded amounts total over $800,000. Congratulations award recipients!
Please support the many clubs and organizations that work together to help provide scholarships to our graduating seniors. If you are interested in participating with organizations, foundations or clubs which provide scholarships, please contact the school at 253.891.5700.
2013 Online Summer School: July 1 - August 8, 2013
This six-week program is for Sumner School District students who would like to recover up to one high school credit, or for students who wish to take an initial credit class in order to move ahead or free up a class period during the school year for an additional class. All courses are provided through Aventa K12 Learning, America’s largest provider of online education for grades K-12.
Initial credit courses are for students entering grades 9-11 who are taking a course for the first time or who would like to improve a grade in a course previously completed.
Credit recovery courses are for students entering grades 10-12 or for seniors who did not graduate and have already failed to earn a credit in a particular class.
Students may enroll in one course at a time. Please see your school counselor for questions regarding correct course placement.
Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night
Tuesday, May 28
Commons at BLHS
This event is mandatory for all students who are registered for an Advanced Placement (AP) course in the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. AP teachers will be available to answer questions and inform parents and students of course information, expectations, and the benefits of those AP courses taught at Bonney Lake High School.
Sumner School District Board of Directors to recognize graduating seniors
Bonney Lake High School Senior Showcase Class of 2013:
At the May 8, 2013, meeting of the Sumner School District Board of Directors, high school seniors who exemplify this year’s graduating class will be honored: Jessica Bahr, Amanda Body, Chelsea Crawford, Sierra Espinal, Taylor Friend, Michael Furnstahl,
Zach Jones, Josh Kersey, Madisen Liddle and Karissa Olson.
The BLHS Senior Showcase begins at 7 p.m. in the Commons.
Bonney Lake High School Culinary Arts Teacher named ProStart™ Teacher of the Year
Bonney Lake High School Culinary Arts teacher Kahale Ahina was selected as the 2013 ProStartTM Teacher of the Year by the Washington Restaurant Association Education Foundation. Mr. Ahina was also nominated for the 2013 National Restaurant Association Educator of the Year that will be announced at the ProStart™ Invitational in May. Chef Eric Hellner and recommended Mr. Ahina for the award, citing his significant contributions to the successful Culinary Arts program at the high school and the positive impact he has on students.
ProStart™ is a restaurant school-to-career program to prepare high school students for careers in the food service industry, according to the Washington Restaurant Association.
Each year participating students showcase their talents in cooking, knife skills and restaurant management in front of chef and industry judges at the Boyd Coffee ProStart™ Invitational. The 2013 Invitation was held March 2, at Clover Park Technical College. The Bonney Lake High School team of Savannah Wilcoxson, Matt Yantzer, Allison Kelly, Elizabeth Storm, and Darci Carns earned second place at the state competition.
From the Principal's Desk
(Principal Update sent May 17, 2013 via school messages)
As you can see from our newsletters, the staff and students have been successful in all arenas: academics, athletics, the arts, PNN, just to name a few. Our school operates on the High Schools That Work key practices. As a result of that work, we received the National Pacesetter Award for our school's achievement. We were recently featured in a national article.
As the school year winds down, we will continue to celebrate the achievements of this year. Thank you for attending as many of those events as you can. The students appreciate it.
Linda Masteller, Principal
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