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September 29-October 4 is Homecoming Week at Baraboo High School! Check out the lineup of activities and come on out to celebrate with your fellow Thunderbirds!

Daily at the High School: Dress up days and class competitions

Monday, September 29: Powderpuff football and Powderbuff volleyball (congratulations Seniors for winning both games this year!)

Friday, October 3: Pep Rally at the High School, Homecoming Parade in Downtown Baraboo, Varsity Football game at Beryl Newman Stadium

Saturday, October 4: Homecoming Dance at the High School, Alumni Golf Outing at Baraboo Country Club, Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Baraboo Arts Banquet Hall

Click on the links above or call the High School at 355-3940 for more information on any of the Homecoming events. Go T-Birds! #barabooproud

Check out our Homecoming photo album! (updated regularly throughout the week)

Freshmen will be taking the ACT Aspire (English, math, reading, science and writing) assessment on October 7th and 9th. Tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders will report to school at 10:30 a.m. on those days. It is our hope that testing with only 9th graders in the building will contribute to a distraction-free environment that will be conducive to students being able to perform at their very best on these important assessments. Tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders who ride the bus and/or who wish to arrive to school before 10:30 on those days, may attend a supervised study hall in the cafeteria.

Welcome to Baraboo High School

To get the most out of high school and life, get involved! Become part of something bigger than yourself and gain life-long friendships and skills. There are over fifty opportunities to get involved at BHS including creative arts, music, athletics, service organizations, job training, and many more.

Pursue your passions, serve others, and become a proud Thunderbird!

To see a glimpse of forty-eight activities at BHS, check out BHS Baraboo Has Swag Video. Over 400 students and staff at BHS participated in this video produced by Annemarie Schaefer's Oral Interpretation seniors from the Spring of 2012. Project Managers were Jonathan L. and Brock M. Project Editor was Jacob L. Get involved, and get the most out of high school! Experiences and skills gained through extra-curricular activities will enhance the rest of your lives!

High School Administration

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Bildsten, Glenn
Principal, Baraboo High School
Email
608-355-3940 Ext. 2010
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Brickl, Clint
Associate Principal
Email
608-355-3940 Ext. 2012
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Langkamp, Jim
Director of Activity Programs
Email
608-355-3940 Ext. 2013
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Reif, Jim
Associate Principal
Email
(608) 355-3940, Ext. 2011

Important Announcements

2014-15 Grading Commitments
Please take a moment to review the updated BHS Grading Commitments for the 2014-2015 school year.
Anonymously Report Bullying and Harassment
As a school, we would like to address all concerns related to bullying and harassment. To do so requires that we have knowledge of the incident. The form below has been created so that people have a safe way to report bullying and safety concerns. When a person really needs help we hope you will step up and send in a report. Sending in a false report makes it harder for your school to help the people who really need it. You have the option to send in a report anonymously. If you don't want your report to be anonymous then include your name as the reporter in the area that says, What is your name? Including your name means that it will be sent along with the other details of the report.
School Report Card Entire Article
This October, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) will issue a School Report Card for each of our Baraboo schools and for every public school in Wisconsin. The School Report Card, using multiple measures of student learning, will provide valuable guidance on how our schools are doing and where they can improve. The new report cards will help all Wisconsin public schools get a better picture of how well they help children learn, advance to the next grade, and graduate ready for college and career.
Last Updated: 9/30/14
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