Remember during lunches you can be in the cafeteria, cafeteria commons or the library. No games or even students are allowed behind the portables, or on the grassy knoll behind them.
For our school’s safety, the front doors are kept locked. Anyone coming to visit our school, including families need to show their IDs before entering the front door. Please do not open the doors to let visitors into the building. The front office checks IDs and should be the only ones opening the door for visitors.
Attention all Students: Fines and Fees must be paid to attend school dances, activities, play sports or have the opportunity to participate in graduation ceremony. Stop by the ASB office before school, during lunch or after school to pay fines. Fines can also be paid on the Bethel School District website.
BHS is a CLOSED Students must remain ON CAMPUS during lunches. You are not permitted to leave campus during the school day unless you are headed to running start or PCSC. Student parking lot entrance gate will be locked during school hours. Even if you pare off campus, you are not allowed to leave campus during the school day. CLOSED CAMPUS means you’re ON CAMPUS! Students you are not permitted to go to your cars during the school day so be sure to get everything you need for the day
Students applying for the Elizabeth Wesley Incentive Award, do not forget to turn your applications in before the deadline of June 28th! Please send Mrs. Hodges a quick email letting her know that you plan to apply so she can send your transcripts in for you. If you need help stop by the Career Center.
If you have misplaced items, please check the lost and found located in the cafeteria.
If you still have your iPad please turn it into the library.
If you have any textbooks please bring them down to the library and put them on the counter.
iPads and textbooks that have not been turned in have been marked lost and are now shown as fines. Please return the items to have the fines removed.
Pierce County Skills Center's Summer School applications are now available. Class offerings, locations, and sessions are all listed on the application, and PCSC will begin accepting applications on May 1. Any application received before May 1 will not be processed. Summer School programs are open to incoming 9th through 12th graders. All programs are high-school level and students who enroll will have an official grade posted to their transcript. There is NO fee for summer school. Applications are available now!
Bethel High is a school with rich traditions in academics and extracurricular programs. We encourage all students to become involved in school activities whether it's athletics or clubs, and make a commitment to academic excellence. The staff at Bethel High School has set high standards and maintains the best educational environment for all students.
Christy Rodriguez, Principal "Once a Brave, always a Brave!"