September 30, 2022

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10/01 - BHS Homecoming

10/11 - PSAT 8/9 - Freshmen

10/12 - PSAT/NMSQT - Juniors

10/20 - In Service Day - NO SCHOOL

10/21 - In Service Day - NO SCHOOL

10/25 - PSAT/NMSQT - Sophomores

11/03 - MP2 ends

11/03 - Parent/Teacher Conferences

11/04 - In Service Day - NO SCHOOL

11/07 - Class of 2024 College Planning Program

11/08 - Election day - NO SCHOOL

11/23 - 25 - Thanksgiving Break - NO SCHOOL

12/22 - Last day of Semester 1

12/23 - 01/08 - Winter Break - NO SCHOOL

01/09/2023 - Semester 2 begins


HOMECOMING 2022 - Garden Party

Homecoming Week End Events

Friday, Sept 30th:

Fillies Football - Come cheer on the Seniors vs Juniors at the football game. Kick off is 7PM!

Tickets must be purchased in advance using the link below.

Saturday, Oct 1st:

Annual Andy Anderson pancake breakfast 8AM - 10AM

Homecoming Parade - 10:15AM leaving from the Metra train station

Bronco Football - Come cheer on our Broncos as they take on the Hoffman Estates Hawks at 1PM. Tickets must be purchased in advance using the link below.

Homecoming Dance - BHS Main Gym 7PM - 10PM

Tickets must be purchased in advance using the link below.

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We will be administering the PSAT 8/9 to Freshmen on Tuesday, October 11th, the PSAT/NMSQT to Juniors on Wednesday, October 12th and to Sophomores on Tuesday, October 25th. All grade levels will test until approximately 12:30PM and then will have the opportunity to have lunch.

After lunch, students will report to their designated meeting place and complete the YouScience aptitude and interest inventory. For all other grades not testing, classes will run on their regular daily bell schedule.

YouScience is a great tool for students to learn more about themselves, explore careers that are a good fit for them, and gain a better understanding of how their unique talents are needed in the world. The results will be used for career research, staff writing letters of recommendation, and discussion points for future BHS courses. Additionally, BHS will be able to use the results to develop programs and experiences that directly align with our students' passions.


Marking period 1 (MP1) grades are now posted. MP1 grades are a snapshot of how students are performing, as of today. To access MP1 grades, please sign into your Infinite Campus parent portal and click on grades on the left navigation bar.


Take a look at BHS’s new comprehensive community resources handout, now easily accessible to parents/staff and students! The handout lists resources for various types of support such as counseling, mental health assessments, emergency hotlines and many other related support services. The handout has resources for Barrington and surrounding communities as well.

It can also be located on the District 220 website under families>students>mental health resources.

National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month

From September 15 to October 15 each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a time to celebrate the achievements, histories, traditions and cultural diversity of Hispanic/Latino/Latinx Americans whose heritage is rooted in 20 Latin American countries and territories: Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. The 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month national theme is: Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation. The theme reinforces the need to ensure diverse voices and perspectives are welcomed in decision-making processes, thereby helping to build stronger communities and a stronger Nation.


BHS believes that attending class, completing assigned work and contributing to the class are indispensable to success in school. Only when a student is in the classroom can he/she take full advantage of fellow classmates’ ideas, the teacher’s knowledge, expertise and counseling, and presentations of materials that enrich the class.

However, we recognizes illness, death in the immediate family, family emergencies and situations beyond the control of the student to be valid causes for missing school. If your student is too ill to come to school, please keep them at home and report the absence via the parent portal of Infinite Campus. Please be aware that attendance calls go out at 11AM each school day for unexcused absences, so it is important to submit absences via Infinite Campus in a timely manner. Attached are directions on how to utilize the parent portal, via the app or website to submit absence requests.

Parents/guardians must seriously consider whether or not the reason for the student missing valuable instructional time is sufficient to warrant the absence.

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The meeting will be held at BHS in room C271 at 9:15AM.

NOTE: visitor parking has been moved to the west parking lot, the spaces facing the tennis courts.

  • October 10th
  • November 14th
  • December 12th
  • January 23rd
  • February 13th - in CRC
  • March 13th
  • April 10th
  • May 8th - in CRC

Second Monday of each month at 9:15AM

Please check out our new BHS PTO website -- where you can find our meeting minutes, meeting dates, how to pay dues and what the PTO does:

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This page serves as a place where individuals can report school threats, bullying and concerns about a person's well-being. It is always best to talk directly to an adult, however since students and parents are not always comfortable doing so, this is another tool that can be used to alert district administrators about an issue. In the case of an emergency, call 911.