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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

2nd Semester Student Spotlight Breakfast

BHS hosted a Student Spotlight Recognition Breakfast for the students, their families and the teachers who nominated the students selected.

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Category: BHS News

Navy Band Sea Chanters to Perform at BHS - April 27

The “Sea Chanters”, the official chorus for the United States navy from Washington, D.C., will present a free concert at BHS on Thursday, April 27 at 7 pm

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Category: Student Recognition

BHS Announces 4th Quarter Student Spotlight Award Winners

BHS congratulates our 4th quarter Student Spotlight recipients for their outstanding achievements.

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Category: Volunteer Opportunity

Bettendorf in Bloom Volunteer Opportunity - May 13

Volunteer to help clean up streets, parks, and our riverfront as well as planting and mulch spreading.

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Category: Student Recognition

BHS Athlete of the Year Finalists

Congratulations to the BHS 2017 Athlete of the Year Finalists!

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Category: BHS News

BHS Track Meet Named After Ron Egger & Gary Robinson

Bettendorf High School named the annual track meet in honor of retired Bettendorf High School teachers and track coaches Ron Egger and Gary Roberson

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Category: Bulldog Bulletin

Spring 2017 Bulldog Bulletin

Read the Spring 2017 BHS Bulldog Bulletin!

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Category: BHS News

BHS to Host 10th Annual Trebuchet Competition - April 21

Bettendorf High School students will be competing with their peers from Pleasant Valley, North Scott, Moline High, and Durant schools in a trebuchet contest Friday, April 21.

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Category: BHS News

Associate Principals Week - April 10-14

Join us in thanking our associate principals for all they do!

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Category: BHS News

BHS German Culture & Conversations

BHS German Culture & Conversation students share their biography projects (in German) with German III students.

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