• Complete the Final Senior Survey today!

    All seniors must complete the survey before the last day of school.  The survey lets us know where to send your final transcript.  Only BISD students have access to the survey (parents can not complete it).  

    Please click here or scan the QR code.  

    Senior Survey

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  • Please mark your calendars for a Class of 2022 Graduation Meeting!

    WHAT:  Graduation Meeting

    WHEN:  Tuesday, May 10, 2022

    WHERE:  Auditorium

    TIME:  9:00am

    Topics to be discussed, but not limited to, are as follows:

    • Arrival Time
    • Parking
    • Check in Location
    • Seating
    • Dress Code
    • How to line up to cross the stage
    • Pictures
    • Where to pick up Diploma
    • How to exit for a lap around the track

    Please be on time!  We will see you there!

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  • Please see this very important Graduation Information from Mrs. Abrego.

    Click the link below for information on:

    • Letter from our Principal
    • Cap & Gown distribution and ordering
    • Prom Information
    • Senior Send Off / Stroll Field Day
    • Parent Senior Send Off Volunteer Information
    • Baccalaureate - Slideshow pictures must be submitted by Sunday, May 1, 2022.

    This will be a fun and exciting experience for our seniors!!!

    If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Abrego.  

    Graduation Information

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    An important step in the college planning process is determining how to pay for your education.  Remember the costs of going to college include not just the direct costs of tuition, fees, room & board, but also indirect costs such as books, transportation, and miscellaneous expenses for clothing, laundry, entertainment, and recreation.  This FEDERAL STUDENT AID AT A GLANCE flyer can help answer some questions.  In addition, you may be eligible for many different types of aid, including:

    • Scholarships: Non-repayable awards based on merit, or merit plus need.
    • Grants: Non-repayable awards based on need.
    • Loans: Educational loans are available through private lending institutions, colleges, and the federal government.  Federal student loans have low interest rates with payments deferred while the student is enrolled in school.  Loans must be repaid.
    • Work-study Programs: Jobs that allow students to earn money towards their expenses while they are enrolled in school.
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    If you are planning to visit a college or university during CHS School Hours, please be sure to supply the Attendance Office with a signed letter from the institution you visit showing your name and date of visit in order to excuse your absence.  You are allowed two college visits each your Junior and Senior year.  Please contact the Attendance Office for complete details.

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    The 2021-2022 BISD College Fair is November 18th at Central Office from 7:00-8:30pm.  Don't miss out on the opportunity to visit withe the representatives to find out what you need to attend their institution.

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    Some college applications require a recommendation letter or comments from your counselor.  In that event, you must provide your counselor with a resume and a completed Recommendation Packet, whether the information is to be provided electronically on a form sent from your college or with an actual letter to be mailed to your college.

    Please give the counselor three weeks notice (15 school days) to complete the recommendation letter(s) from the date you drop off the packet.


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  • Convert your GPA to a 4.0 scale

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