High School

  • Assembly Program (8/26/2014)

    On September 10th Blue Mountain High School students in grades 9-12 will view a play entitled “Remote Control.”  The play is being sponsored by the Schuylkill Women In Crisis (SWIC).  Remote Control is an interactive dating violence prevention program and it is designed to explore issues, attitudes and beliefs about relationships.  The major learning points include:  identifying types of abuse and understanding the early warning signs. learn how bystanders can intervene, how to access resources and a discussion about the elements of a healthy relationship.

    Remote Control will also be presented at other schools in Schuylkill County and at Penn State Schuylkill.  The play is produced by Deana’s Educational Theatre in Massachusetts.

    If parents have any questions about the play, or if they would like their son/daughter not to attend the play, please call the Office of the Superintendent at 570-366-0515.

  • BMHS Eagle Notes – School Day 4 / Rotation Day 4 (8/27/2014)

    First Bus Dismissal                Bus #’s  5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25,  28, 43

    Second Bus Dismissal           Bus #’s  1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 12, 13, 14, 21, 26, 33, 34, 39

    MENU for TODAY

    Taco Salad w/Nacho Chips & Bread       Refried Beans    Mixed Vegetables        Pineapple   ½ Pint of Milk


    Thurs., 8/28   Junior Class Meeting

    This Week’s Activities

    Follow the link below to HighSchoolSports.net and view our athletic schedule.  You may have to copy and paste the link into your browser.




    Pictures will be taken on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.  Please remember to bring your completed picture form and payment.  Any newly enrolled senior should report to have their photo ID taken.

    ATTENTION . . . Any student that is enrolled in Adaptive Physical Education must report to the auxiliary gym for a mandatory meeting on Thursday, September 4th during the 9th period.


    Seniors will be parking in the upper student parking lot and underclassmen must park in the parking lot nearest the tennis courts.

    All cars must be removed from the Underclassmen parking lot by 3:15 PM so that school activities may practice in this area.

    All student community volunteers, firefighters and ambulance crew members may pick up paperwork in the main office to participate for this program. Paperwork should be returned to Mr. Rossi.

    Students may pick up driver/rider forms and driver permit applications in the Main Office in the rack on the wall or from Mr. Eckert when leaving between the two gymnasiums. Seniors are blue, Juniors are pink, Sophomores are ivory and Rider forms are green in color.

    Students may pick up working paper applications or permits in the High School office during their lunch period.

    Work Release forms are available in the Guidance office. Please review the requirements listed on page 20 of the student handbook.

    It is the responsibility of the student to keep your lockers secured. Locks for gym lockers may be purchased in the athletic director’s office for $5.00. At the end of the school year the locks may be returned for a $2.00 refund.

    Effective immediately, any student who remains after school MUST be under the direct supervision of a teacher, coach or advisor. Otherwise, they must leave the building.

    All students are reminded that all school forms that you receive the first several days of school must be signed and returned to your homeroom teacher no later than THURSDAY, AUGUST 28TH.

    A note from a parent must be used to request early dismissal. The note must be given to the attendance secretary, Mrs. Soister, before homeroom period in the morning. When leaving school early, the student must report to the main office and sign out. Sign-outs for Doctor, Dentist or other appointments are considered excused only if a note confirming the appointment from the doctor, dentist or other official (not a parent) are presented when returning to school.  If a note is not handed in confirming the appointment within 1 day of return, disciplinary action including detention will be given.

    All students who arrive late to school, prior to 9:30 AM, must report to the main office to sign in. Any schoolwork, tests, or quizzes missed due to an unexcused tardy will be recorded as a zero.

    Students who are involved in a school-sponsored activity and arrive after 9:30 AM will be considered absent for ½ day and will not be able to participate in their sport, club or organization on that day, if the absence is deemed unexcused.


    Counselors are assigned as follows:

    All grades are assigned by last names with Mr. Kutz A thru G, Mrs. Pishock H thru O, and Mrs. Freiler P thru Z.

    There will be a Visual and Performing Arts College Fair for students interested in entering the areas of music, theatre, dance, film production and visual arts.  Students will have the opportunity to speak with representatives from colleges and universities with specialized programs.  Dates are September 28th in Washington D.C., October 6th in Philadelphia, October 7th in New York City, and October 8th in Boston.    More information and registration packets are available in the Guidance Office.   

    ATTENTION SENIORS…the deadline to register for the October 11th SATS at BMHS is Fri., Sept. 12th Registration materials are available in the Guidance office or you can register at collegeboard.org.

    The following colleges will be in the main lobby during lunch periods:

    Sept. 10                      Bloomsburg University

    Sept. 15                      Lycoming College

    Sept. 17                      Albright College

    Sept. 18                      University of Scranton

    Sept. 23                      Eastern University

  • December 2013 Keystone Exam Parent Information (11/20/2013)