BHS Earns National Bronze Medal in U.S. News Best High Schools Report
Biggersville High School recently earned a national bronze medal in the U.S. News Best High Schools Report.
U.S. News & World Report recognized 77 Mississippi schools in its 2013 Best High Schools report. Schools are graded on academic performance, particularly in the areas of college preparation and growth among minority and economically disadvantaged students.
A student who is not, at the discretion of the principal or designee, attired appropriately or exhibits grooming which is detrimental and/or distractive to the school environment shall be asked to refrain from wearing the inappropriate attire in the future or shall be required to make arrangements for more suitable or appropriate dress. If the arrangement for more suitable clothing requires the student to be absent from class, the absence shall be designated as unexcused.
BHS NEWS & INFORMATION
Students' First Day
Labor Day - NO SCHOOL
2013-2014 Yearbooks should be in the end of June or the first of July. A phone call will be made from the school announcing a time to pick the books up.
Mr. Gary Johnson, Principal
Mr. Pete Seago, AP
571 HWY 45 South
Corinth, MS 38834
The mission of Biggersville School is to provide all students a safe and nurturing learning environment in which they have the opportunity to achieve academically, emotionally, socially, and physically.