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    Bandera High School
    Phone: 830-460-3898
    Fax: 830-460-3876
    First Bell - 8:00 a.m.
    Tardy Bell - 8:05 a.m.
    School Ends - 3:35 p.m.

    bulldog announcement   ANNOUNCEMENTS/EVENTS AT BHS

    February Events Happening at BHS

    February is Black History, Random Act of Kindness  and CTE Month

    Feb. 1 - World Read Aloud Day at Library

    Feb. 6 - Parent/Student Track Meeting, at Library, 6:30 pm 

    Feb. 7 - FFA Meeting at Ag Show, 4:30pm

    Feb. 8-9 - OAP Clinic at Auditorium

    Feb. 13-BHS Theater OAP at Wimberley Festival

    Feb. 13 - State Band Auditions

    Feb. 15 - Lady Bulldog & Bulldog Soccer District Opener vs Fredericksburg 

    Feb. 17 - National Random Act of Kindness Day

    Feb. 18 - 22 - National FFA Week - Salute the Blue and Gold!

    Feb. 20 - Parent/Student Cheer Tryout Meeting at BHS Library, 6:30 pm

    Feb. 21-22 - BHS OAP Festival at Auditorium

    Feb. 22 - Letterman Jacket delivery during student lunches at Cafeteria

    Feb. 25  Cheer Tryout  Practice Begins for 2019-2020 at Gym, 4pm

    Feb 28-BHS OAP Public Performance at 6:30pm at Auditorium.  Ticket Prices: adults-$5; student-$3

     The deadline to preorder and GUARANTEE you get a 2019 yearbook is February 28th.

    $75 cash, check, or card - See Mrs. Gard for more info or to order.


    February  Testing Schedule:

     Eng. 2 - Writing Prompt Field Test  - Feb. 13 

    Alg. 1 - Benchmark Test -Feb. 20 in class


    Student/Teacher Holidays:

      February 18 




      Scholarships: BHS 2018-2019 Scholarship Listing

      Be sure to check out the BHS Bulldog Tenacity Blog: BHS Bulldog Tenacity Blog

     Follow our school calendar to stay up to date on events!




    • In June, BEC sends deserving students on an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C as part of the Electric Cooperative Government-in-Action Youth Tour. Students will spend an entire week in Washington, D.C. experiencing all the capital has to offer. While in D.C., the students have the opportunity to visit many of the nation’s exciting museums, memorable landmarks and meet other students from around Texas and the United States.

      The contest and trip are part of the National Electric Cooperative Government-in-Action Youth Tour hosted each year by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). Electric cooperatives from across the country sponsor students from their respective service territories to attend this exciting event each year.  Website LinkBEC 2019 Youth Tour Application


    • The Engineering Academy program is the first engineering transition program of its kindin the United States. Unlike traditional transfer programs, students admitted into the Engineering Academies are Texas A&M College of Engineering students from day one!

      The Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academies at Alamos Colleges District, Austin Community College, Dallas County Community College District, Houston Community College, and Texas Southmost College and the Engineering Academy at Blinn-Brenham will begin accepting applications for fall 2019 in spring 2019. Students are co-enrolled between two institutions, taking their math, science and core curriculum courses through the two-year institution, while taking engineering courses from Texas A&M faculty on the two-year campus. These Academies along with the local partnership with Blinn-Bryan increases the access and affordability to an Aggie engineering degree and contributes to the technologically trained workforce in Texas.  Website LinkTexas A&M Engineering Program



    Counselor Department- Links:



    Title X, Part C: McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act



    SAT Test

    ACT Test

    TSI Testing with Alamo College

    Apply Texas

    Federal Student Financial Aid (FASFA)



    High School Transcript


    Alamo Community Colleges ACES Log In for Dual Credit/Student Transcripts

    Café College

    BHS Counselor’s Corner



     Coalition for College 

     The Coalition is a diverse group of more than 140 distinguished colleges and universities that is committed to making college a reality for all high school students through our set of free online college planning tools that helps students learn about, prepare for, and apply to college.  


    Using MyCoalition, students can begin exploring colleges and digitally compiling personal and school-related achievements as early as ninth grade. So by the time senior year rolls around, they are already on track for college success.




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    Bandera High School earned five “Distinction Designations,” rating in the top high schools in Texas who received 5 or more distinctions. Bandera High School earned “Distinction Designations” in Academic Achievement in English Language Arts, Academic Achievement in Mathematics, Academic Achievement in Science, Academic Achievement in Social Studies, and Postsecondary Readiness.   
    Read about it HERE  Distinction Press Release 

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