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  • 2019-2020 Yearbook Delivery Information

    Yearbooks from last year will be delivered in late fall hopefully sometime around November. The yearbook staff wanted to make sure that graduation was included in the book and by doing so it delayed submitting the yearbook by over two months. There will be a post on the website and through the app when yearbooks have arrived. Thank you for your patience.

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  • 2021 Yearbooks On Sale Now

    2021 yearbooks can be purchased online through October 31st for $60.00. Please click the link above or read more to access the site. Prices will increase Nov. 1st.

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  • Let Us Use Your Pictures For The Yearbook!

    We want your pictures to be included in the yearbook this year! Click read more to upload your images for us to include in the yearbook! This is a great way for virtual students to still be included even if you aren't here! Access code to upload pictures is pirates.

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  • Virtual Student Intent Form

    This Friday is the "drop" date for virtual students' trial period of virtual learning. We ask that ALL CURRENT Virtual students communicate their intentions of learning for the remainder of the semester by this Friday, September 18th at NOON. Please click READ MORE to fill out form.

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  • Virtual Student Information and Expectations

    It is important that BHS students and parents understand what is expected of them as a virtual student. Please click READ MORE for details.

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  • Get Your Event Tickets HERE!

    Click the link to purchase tickets to Boaz High School football and volleyball games.

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  • Stay Up To Date By Following BHS Social Media Accounts

    The BHS social media pages are updated on a daily basis with announcements and various student recognitions. The facebook and twitter feed are located at the bottom left of this main page. There is a also a link at the bottom of this page to the various social media accounts as well.

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  • Varsity Football Schedule

    Please click on Read More for a printable schedule.

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  • Varsity Cross Country Schedule

    Please click on Read More to view a printable schedule.

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  • Varsity Volleyball Schedule

    Please click on Read More to view a printable schedule.

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  • Swim Schedule

    Please click read more to view a printable swim schedule.

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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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  • Wall of Fame

    The 2019 Wall of Fame ceremony took place on Friday, September 6th. Congratulations to Ben Gamel, Jonathan Roberts, Dr. John Thweatt, Keith Hefner, Bob Moody, Col. Bob Steed, and Jim Stewart for being selected as inductees for this year. For more details, pictures, and video please click on read more.

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  • Welcome Sully!

    Boaz City Schools would like to welcome it's new facility dog Sully. Sully was provided through a partnership grant with ALSDE and Service Dogs of Alabama. He is a full time faculty member that will be providing services at Boaz High School and Boaz Elementary School. He lives with his handlers Josh and Juddie Walker. Josh is the principal at Boaz Elementary and Juddie is the media specialist at Boaz High School. Sully has received intensive training for the past year and a half getting him ready to work in a school environment. Boaz is thankful that we were selected to receive such a wonderful dog who will provide love, friendship, comfort, and support for our students and faculty.

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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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