Boaz High School

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  • Course Description Book

    2019-2020 Course Description Books are now available. Click on the link above or read more to access the full PDF file.

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  • Career Tech Industry Appreciation Breakfast

    The annual Boaz High School Career Tech Industry Appreciation Breakfast was held on Friday, February 8th. This is a time to honor the local businesses and stakeholders that help to make BHS successful. BHS is grateful for the amount of support our programs receive. Click read more to view pictures from this special day.

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  • Prom T-Shirts on Sale

    Prom T-shirts are now on sale. The last day to purchase is Feb. 22nd. Please see Mrs. Butts to order! Click read more to view the shirt design.

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  • Yearbooks and Senior Ads Now On Sale

    2018-2019 Yearbooks and Senior Ads are now for sale online. Yearbooks are $60.00 until March 1st. The price will increase to $65 on March 1st and the deadline to purchase is April 26th. The deadline to purchase a senior ad is March 15th. There are two options available for senior ads: Full Page (12 pics max) for $120 and Half Page (6 pics max) for $60. Pictures for the ad will be due on April 1st but you must purchase ad to hold your spot in the yearbook. For more information please email juwalker@boazk12.org. To purchase online please click on Read More.

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  • Basketball Schedule

    The 2017-2018 Basketball Schedules now available. Click read more for a schedule in PDF format.

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  • Wall of Fame

    The 2018 Wall of Fame ceremony took place on Friday, September 14th. Congratulations to Dot Brasher, Sue Herron, Dr. Phillip Falkner, Dr. Lynn Miller, Fran Milwee, Gary Waldrep, and Bob Weathers for being selected as inductees for this year. For more details, pictures, and video please click on read more.

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  • Boaz High School Named Alabama Bicentennial School

    Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Bicentennial Commission announced the list of 200 schools that were selected at a luncheon in Montgomery. Each institution deemed a bicentennial school was awarded a $2,000 grant that will go toward a project to help educate the community as the State of Alabama celebrates 200 years of being recognized as a state.

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  • Boaz High School is named a CLAS School of Distinction

    Boaz High School has been named a CLAS School of Distinction. This award recognizes schools or programs that serve as outstanding educational models for other schools in Alabama.

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