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  • Golf Tournament 9/23/19

    Join us for our 16th Annual Eagle Golf Classic at Seven Oakes Country Club! Join us for our 16th annual Eagle Golf Classic and Seven Oaks Country Club. September 23, 2019, is the date for our upcoming Eagle's Classic Golf Tournament, so mark your calendar. While you enjoy a great day of golf with friends and family, you are helping BCHS provide need-based financial aid for many promising students in our community. There'll be lunch and a buffet dinner, prizes, hole-in-one contest, and lots of fun. Golfers and their spouses are invited. So, get your foursome together and contact Nichole Scanlon at 410-7000. Sponsorships are still available.
  • BCHS Student Places Ninth at National History Day

    Madeline Abernathy, Class of 2019, travelled recently to Washington, D.C., for her fourth consecutive National History Day competition. Madeline’s 10-minute performance on the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster earned ninth place in the nation! Madeline had to win the California History Day championships to qualify for the annual national competitions. Way to represent us, Madeline!
  • Gimme a HIGH FIVE!

    Congratuations to all 36 of our students who scored a 5 on one or more AP exams this year (5 is the highest possible score). BCHS students scored a phenominal 53 total number of 5s, a 77% increase over last year!
  • BCHS Academic Decathlon team places 5th in Kern County

    This year's Academic Decathlon team placed the highest ever at the annual competition finishing fifth of the 18 competing schools. The team also placed fourth in the Super Quiz portion of the competition and individuals brougth home a total of six medals. Senior Camae Kong was named the fifth top overall individual of the 143 competitiors.
  • BCHS students make an impact by raising cancer awareness

    The BCHS Stand Up to Cancer club is participating in the 2019 Student of the Year Campaign, a leadership development and philanthropy program developed by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The BCHS Eagle Up to Cancer project team is competing against other local high schools, but with a united purpose – to raise money for Leukemia and Lymphoma research. 

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