BHP High School BEAR News

September 23rd, 2022

The Mission of Belton-Honea Path High School is to develop competent lifelong learners by providing a quality education involving home, school and community.

IMPORTANT DATES

9/26 - 11th Grade Class Ring Ceremony - 6:00pm

9/30 - Farm Day

10/10 and 10/11 - Picture Day

October 11th - Senior Picture Makeups

October 12th - PSAT

October 14th - PD DAY - NO SCHOOL

October 26th - Quarter 1 Report Cards

Big picture

2023-2024 School Calendar

This week the ASD2 school board voted to approve the 2023-2024 school calendar. Please note that the first day of school for students begins 2 weeks earlier than normal. School ends the 21st of May. Our students will be finished with their first semester classes prior to Christmas Break.
Big picture

Tardies to School

Just a reminder that ALL students must be in their 1st period class by 8:00am each morning. Please make sure that you are dropping your child off with plenty of time to get to first period before the tardy bell rings.
Big picture

be pro be proud

The Be Pro Be Proud Mobile Workshop Tour visited BHP today! The mobile workshop is an 18-wheeler that showcases a variety of workforce opportunities in video, virtual reality, and interactive settings. Traveling to different schools across the state, students gain a better understanding of the daily work done in fields such as construction, computer programming, equipment operators, commercial truck drivers, plumbers, electricians, machinists, welders, and HVAC or fiber optics technicians. Some of the jobs showcased in the mobile workshop can pay from $35,000-$95,000 annually.

Big picture
Big picture
Big picture

Classroom Spotlight

BHP Students have been working hard to write encouraging notes for elementary and middle school students. Our goal is to write 800 notes a week.
Big picture
Big picture

Athletics

Big picture

Swim 2-AAA Regions tomorrow at Greenville Aquatic Center at 12:15. Edie Kate Stone will be competing in the 100 yard Butterfly and 50 yard Freestyle. Max Clarke will be competing in the 100 yard Breaststroke and 50 yard Freestyle. Go Bears!

Big picture
The Lady Bears cross country team place first overall in their race Wednesday at Fountain Inn. Go Bears!
Big picture

The BHP JV bears won their 4th game in a row with a 54-32 win at Wahalla! The offense played its best game of the year with 519 yards of total offense! Josh Babb, MJ Earle, and Noah Thomas all rushed for over 100 yards and had 7 touchdowns between the 3! Also scoring for the bears was Ryan Lee. Defense played great to do their part to help seal the win! Eli Burns and Colby Bates played a great game. It was a great TEAM win for the group! The JV bears have a huge game next week at home, vs Powdersville! Please come out and support!

Big picture

The Lady Bears improve their region record to 3-0 by defeating the Wren Hurricanes with a score of 6-1. Earning points for the Bears were:



#1 Maggie LeCroy 6-1, 6-0

#2 Jessica Callaham 6-1, 6-0

#3 Emily Brown 6-2, 6-1

#4 Natalie Brown 6-3, 6-2

#5 Rainey Gaines 6-3, 6-1



#1 Doubles Maggie & Jessica won 8-2

#2 Doubles Elizabeth Knight & Aleaha Foster 3-6, 4-6

Big picture
The Lady Bears get a region win against Powdersville 182-240. Emilyn Davis held the medalist title at both matches shooting a 39. Kate Gunnells followed with a 44, Julia Gilreath a 45, Addison Church a 54, Karli Baker a 63, and Elizabeth Brice a 60. Over the weekend the girls will compete in the High School Invitational in Florence, SC.
Big picture
Congratulations to all of our Cross Country athletes that set a new personal record this weekend. Go Bears!
Big picture
Big picture
Congratulations to our JV Volleyball team on placing 2nd at the Battle of the Burg Tournament this Saturday. Go Bears!
Big picture

Three of our Lady Bear cross country runners placed in the top 5 at the Fountain Inn race today. There were 15 other teams at this race. Congratulations Ladies on a great race. Go Bears!

Big picture

Suicide Hotline

The 988 Lifeline is a national effort to help people in mental health-related distress or experiencing a suicidal crisis via call, chat, or text. The 988 Lifeline provides free and confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or mental health-related distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the U.S.
Big picture