Dressing For Success!

Don't Know What to Get Your Students for Christmas?

A Small Investment Will Last A Lifetime!

Over the past few months, a culture change has been building at BRHS! Students are beginning to dream about what they want to do after high school and college. A purposefully planned shift at BRHS is exposing students in all grades to think about their dream career, but more importantly, making them develop a plan to make that dream come true! Look at the results from our recent survey on student attire and their confidence!
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When you dress professionally for Open Door Wednesday, do you feel good about yourself and does it make you feel more confident in yourself?

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One Student With Character Can Influence a Grade, A Grade With Character Can Change A School, A School That Has Character Can IMPACT a Community!

At BRHS, our motto is Character, Class and Pride! Our goal is to have every graduate College and Career Ready! We want your child's dreams to come true! Over the past few months, we have had many business leaders (who hire high school and college students) visit our school. Based on feedback from our discussions, attire and work ethic were among the top requirements from our business leaders.

So we want you to think about this....if you could give your child a simple gift at Christmas that could help him or her feel more confident at school and something he or she could wear when meeting and greeting business leaders, to church, banquets, or job and scholarship interviews, would you do it? A simple pair of khaki pants, a white collared long sleeve shirt or blouse and a possible navy sports coat could do more for your child than purchasing those $50 name branded faded jeans with holes in them. And probably all three items combined may cost less than most name brand jeans. Of course this isn't a requirement at BRHS, but when students say they feel more confident when they dress up, imagine the possibilities! You never know what business leader may visit and meet your child at BRHS! When they do meet, what type of impression do you want your child to make?

Character--Class--Pride!