• Updated COVID-19 Quarantine Protocol

    Please click Read More to learn about our updated COVID-19 Quarantine Protocol

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  • Course Descriptions Now Available

    The Course Descriptions are now available. Please use this booklet to help plan your courses for the 2021-2022 school year.

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  • Pre-registration Information Now Available

    Please click on the title above or Read More to access the new Pre Registration Information webpage. This will help guide you as you plan for next year.

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  • 4 Year Plan Information - Upcoming 9th Graders

    Upcoming 9th graders need to use this page to fill out their 4 year plans. Please click the title above or read more to visit the site.

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  • January is School Board Member Recognition Month

    Please click Read More to learn about School Board Recognition Month

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  • Get Your Event Tickets HERE!

    Click the link to purchase tickets to Boaz High School events.

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  • Yearbooks On Sale Now!

    Yearbooks can be purchased online or in the library for $55.00. Prices will increase on Nov. 1st.

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  • Student Information System Update

    New for this school year, we are changing our student information system from Chalkable to PowerSchool

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  • Skipper's Log Weekly Newsletter

    The Skipper's Log is a weekly newsletter written by Mr. Hayes to keep the Boaz community up to date with things happening at BHS. Click Read More to view the current newsletter as well as past editions.

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  • Scholarship Opportunities

    Click to view various scholarship opportunities available to BHS students.

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  • Combined Basketball Schedule

    Click Read More for a downloadable PDF schedule for 9th grade, JV, and Varsity basketball teams at BHS.

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  • BCSS Mask Order Update

    The Boaz City Schools Mask Order will change starting Monday, October 4th.

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  • New Ebooks and Audiobooks Now Available

    The BHS Media Center is now offering ebooks and audiobooks via the SORA app and website. To view a tutorial on how to access this awesome resource please click Read More. If you have any trouble accessing the site please email Mrs. Walker at juwalker@boazk12.org and she will be happy to assist you.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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