Welcome to Brattleboro Union High School
Home of the Colonels
We are pleased to welcome you to the Brattleboro Union High School Web Site. We hope that you will find this portal into our school to be an opening pathway to learn about the many outstanding programs that we offer, and about the terrific students and staff who teach and learn in our schools each and every day.
RESPONSIBILITY - RESPECT - RELEVANCE - COMMUNITY
News & Events
August 21st: BUHS Counselors available to meet with students. Please call 451-3421 to schedule an appointment
Freshman First Day: August 29th
Chromebook Night: August 29th at 6:30 in the BUHS Auditorium. 9th graders receive their chromebooks
First Day for all students: August 30th
Coffee and Conversation with the Principal: September 6th from 8:00-8:30. Topic of conversation is cell phone use. R.S.V.P to Kathy Venice at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open House: September 19th at 6:30pm
Technology and Cell Phones: Author, humorist and educator Cindy Pierce will be at BUHS to discuss the roll of cell phone use and technology at 6:30 in the BUHS Auditorium.
Reminder from the English department: If you are enrolled in English 1 Honors, English 2 Honors, Good, Evil and Power, or AP Language you are responsible for completing pre-course reading, writing, and/or research tasks listed on the English Pre-Course Work Page.
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More details about these events and more can be found on the BUHS Daily Bulletin
Our Core Values
Everyone takes great pride in our school and we consistently work to improve on our Core Values of Respect, Responsibility, Relevance and Community. We are proud of our students and staff and are confident that they work very hard to make Brattleboro Union High School an institution that brings pride to our entire community. For more information, click on the VALUES link below.
BUHS is transitioning to a proficiency based evaluation system that assesses academic progress separately from participation and other habits of work. For more information about proficiency based learning and to access our assessment tools, click the LEARNING link below.
Brattleboro is a vibrant community and a great place to live. Students are involved in many ways in our greater community through mentorships and community based learning programs. Students must complete 40 hours of community service before they graduate. To learn more about our community, click on the COMMUNITY link below.
The faculty and staff at BUHS are a community of energized professionals and highly qualified teachers. BUHS employs 140 licensed staff; more than half hold a master's degree. Our teachers value the work they do with our students and build relationships. For more information about our staff and how to contact them, click on the STAFF link below.
"Education is our passport to the future,
for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today."
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Brattleboro Union High School
131 Fairground Road, Brattleboro, VT 05301