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Coffee With the Counselors. BNHS Counselors. 9 th Paige Smith A-La Megan Thomas Le-Z 10 th -12 th Leah Berry A-D Chris Bell E-La Shana Greenwood Le-Rh Nedra Simmons Ri -Z. Events. College 101 Super Saturday College Fair Lunch Meetings for students

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Coffee with the counselors

Coffee With the Counselors

Bnhs counselors

BNHS Counselors


Paige Smith A-La

Megan Thomas Le-Z


Leah Berry A-D

Chris Bell E-La

Shana Greenwood Le-Rh

Nedra Simmons Ri-Z



  • College 101

  • Super Saturday

  • College Fair

  • Lunch Meetings for students

  • Advisory Lessons – both Academic and Personal

  • Individual mtgs with Sr’s and Freshmen

Lunch workshops for students

Lunch workshops for students

  • September 17th: Navigating Home Access Center

  • October 1st: College Search and Applications

  • October 29th: Scholarship searches

  • December 10th: Military

  • January 9th: PSAT results

  • January 28th: AP/Dual credit classes

  • February 6th: Transcripts

  • March 18th: SAT/ACT



  • Brochure

  • Website

  • Bi-monthly newsletter via email, BNHS twitter and Facebook

  • Remind 101 682-237-8297

  • New and growing – Naviance

Coffee with the counselors

Reminder 101: New this year, you can sign up to get reminder texts from the BNHS counselors. They will include reminders about upcoming events and deadlines. You can sign up by texting @bnhsco to 682.237.8297

Character education

Character Education

  • September-Suicide Prevention and Response

  • October-Drug Prevention and Awareness

  • November-Bullying Prevention and Response

  • February-Healthy Relationships (Harassment/Sexual Harassment/Violence/Dating Violence

  • March-Internet Safety/Sexting/Cyber-Media Stamping

  • April-Child/Sexual Abuse

  • National Mix it Up Day

Things to know for freshmen

Things to know for Freshmen…

  • House Bill 5:

    We have new graduation requirements under House Bill 5. You will learn more about this and the impact that it has on your freshman during our November 3rd “4 Year Plan Kick Off Parent Meeting”. This meeting will set the stage for planning your student’s next 3 years.

  • Freshmen Initiative

    Our goal has been to work together to support the freshmen class. We have been doing this by:

    -meeting with freshmen individually regarding grades

    -the freshmen team has been holding weekly meetings with freshmen

    -creating a mentoring program to help freshmen that are struggling academically

Grades 10 12

  • **Still on Recommended/Distinguished Graduation Plans.

  • **More information broken down by grade level on our website.


  • All students must pass English 1, English 2, Algebra 1, Biology and US History. Several retest opportunities throughout the year.

  • PSAT

  • NISD pays for all students to take in grades 9-11. 11th grade is the important year for National Merit. Results in Dec-Jan.


  • It is recommended that students take the SAT/ACT in the Spring of their Junior year.

  • District is paying for Juniors to take the ACT in the Spring.

Grades 10-12

Grades 10 121

Grades 10-12

Dual Credit

  • Can take in 11-12 grade.

  • May take two courses per semester.

  • Counts as high school credit and college credit.

  • Offered through NCTC at junior college price.

  • Must have a 3.0 GPA and pass TSI to qualify.

  • Does require early planning/registration.

  • Depending on numbers, could either be face to face or online.

  • Will have an informational meeting in the Spring

    What’s the difference between dual credit and AP?

  • As of now, AP is weighted more than dual credit for GPA.

  • AP credit depends on your test score and the college you attend.

  • Dual credit hours may not be accepted at private or out of state universities.

Faq s


  • How do I see my student’s grades?

  • Why is my student failing?

  • Do you offer tutoring?

  • How/When do we change our schedule?

  • Why is my schedule different for Sem 2?

  • Why do I have two GPA’s?

  • How do I request a transcript?

  • Can we do a college visit?



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