Raider Record

January 24, 2020

Academic Year 2020-21 is Coming Soon!

Believe it or not, we’re already gearing up for the 2020-21 academic year! You should begin seeing announcements on our website for events held during the school day and evenings regarding course selections, registration, and for welcoming our incoming ninth graders, the Class of 2024!


First up is the College Credit Options @ BHS information night at 6:30 PM on February 4, 2020 when teachers will present information for earning college credit on campus through Advanced Placement, College in the High School, and Career & Technical Education coursework. During school on February 10, 11, and 12, all returning students will view a registration video, check out interesting classes at the Electives Fair and begin online class registration (closes March 17). The end of February and throughout March will have our counselors working diligently to create schedules for our incoming Class of 2024 students.


The information we gather from the students’ course selections combined with the host of required classes will then drive our master scheduling process. By May, we should be largely ready to go for 2020-21!


Joseph Doucette - Assistant Principal

No School on Monday 1/27 - Finals Schedule for Tuesday - Friday

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Weekly Bulletin

Check out what's happening this week @ BHS.

Boys Wrestling Team Defeats Sehome and Squalicum - Wins 2020 "Battle of the Boot"

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BHS Athletic Hall of Fame - 2020 Induction Ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 1

Congratulations to all of the exceptional folks that will be inducted into the 2020 Bellingham High School Athletic Hall of Fame! Please join us for another fabulous ceremony to honor the newest members. This event is free and open to the public, and will take place February 1st at the Bellingham High School Performing Arts Center. We hope to see you there!
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Career and Community Events

Think you can’t afford college? Think again!

College and career education just got a whole lot cheaper. The new Washington College Grant gives more money to more students for more kinds of education after high school. Funding is available for thousands of Washingtonians, including students from households making up $97,000 a year for a family of four.


From welding to nursing, from English to computer science—whether 18-month apprenticeship or 4-year college degree—the Washington College Grant provides more money for college or career training than ever before. Talk to your counselor and learn more at wsac.wa.gov/pathways.

Scholarship Season is Here!!

Look at the Scholarship Bulletin on the BHS Website. Go to the Student tab, click on the Career Center and open the scholarship link.


Applications are posted for:


  • Whatcom Dollars for Scholars
  • WCC Foundation Scholarship
  • Barron Trades Scholarship
  • Ewing C Kelly


Juniors apply for Masonic Scholar Citizen

Assistance League Scholarship is now open for summer activities

Many more. Come to the Career Center if you have questions.

Assistance League Summer Enrichment

Plan now for a summer adventure!

The Assistance League of Bellingham offers summer enrichment scholarships to high school undergraduates. If you’re interested in a summer program, in the arts, science, leadership or other educational adventures please stop in the Career Center and find out how to apply for a grant for tuition from the Enrichment Scholarship Program. Hurry in NEW deadline for application is February 21st.

http://assistanceleaguebellingham.org