On July 11 the Board of Trustees will consider calling for a Tax Ratification Election (TRE). If approved, the overall tax rate would decrease from $1.28 to $1.26 and the District would receive approximately $600,000 annually in additional funding. Click on the story to find out more.
Two of the five recent BHS graduates that received Academic All-State honors from the Texas State Athletic Trainers Association were recognized at the June 18th Board meeting.
The first day of school is Monday, August 20th. We have the registration schedule and school supply lists ready for you!
Starting Wednesday, June 13th, Parents will be able to access their child's STAAR results online and learn more about how they can help with test success.
The Board Room was packed for the May 21st School Board meeting. The big crowd came to be a part of the abundance of student recognitions that were on the agenda.
The Eatery - BCISD's summer feeding program provides free lunches to all children 18 years of age and younger.
Graduating seniors walked the halls of BCISD campuses this week to offer inspiration to our younger students. Check out the video by clicking the link.
Burnet CISD is publishing a District Brochure as a newspaper insert. You can find out about some of the great things happening in Burnet CISD. Look for it in the newspaper or check out the electronic version here.
Thanks to the Hill Country Community Foundation, the history of Bertram High School and Burnet High School is being preserved through the digitization of the yearbooks for both high schools. All yearbooks from 1952 - 1970 for Bertram High School and all yearbooks from 1952 - current for Burnet High School have been digitized and are available on the Hill Country Community Foundation website.
These Bulldogs are going places. On Decision Day 2018, 150 BHS Seniors were recognized for their acceptance to higher education. The faculty, staff, and students at BHS are proud of each student's acceptance.