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News

We have a lot to be proud of! Check out the latest news and recognition at Bettendorf High School.

Category: Student Recognition

BHS Announces 4th Quarter Student Spotlight Award Winners

Congratulations to the BHS 4th Quarter Student Spotlight recipients!

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National Astronomy Day Event at BHS - April 21

The Donald A. Schafer Planetarium, in conjunction with the Quad Cities Astronomical Society, will be hosting an event to celebrate National Astronomy Day on Saturday, April 21.

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Category: Student Recognition

1st Semester Honor Roll

Congratulations to the 1st-semester honor roll awardees!

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BHS Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Congratulations to all the BHS seniors signing letters of intent on April 13!

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BHS Students vs Faculty Basketball Game - May 2

Bettendorf FBLA is hosting a student-faculty basketball game on May 2nd, at 6 pm. Half-court shot contest at halftime.

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Category: Student Recognition

2018 Students 1st Recognition

Congratulation to the twelve BHS students recognized at this year's Students 1st Recognition Banquet!

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BHS Theatre to Present "The Sound of Music" - April 12-15

The BHS Theatre Dept. will be presenting "The Sound of Music" April 12 - 15. Buy your tickets today!

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2018-2019 Student Physicals - May 15 & 16

​The date has been set for the 2018 –19 student physicals. High School Boys and Girls can sign up for the following dates and times in the Activities Office beginning Monday, April 16th, 2018

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BHS Students Raise $4,005 Through Dance Marathon

BHS students surpassed their goal of $4,000, raising $4,005.20 for the Children's Miracle Network.

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BHS FBLA Students Qualify for Nationals

​​The BHS FBLA chapter attended the State Leadership Conference with 13 members who all qualify for the National Leadership Conference in Baltimore.

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