Excellence for Every Child
Students, parents, and teachers, mark your calendars to give the "gift of life" and participate in our MEDIC blood drive on Thursday, October 4.
Note: EVERYONE donating blood must have ID with them as well as a list of medications if appropriate. Students must also have this consent form completed in order to donate blood.
Giving blood will take more than the 15 minutes indicated by the time slot. Make sure you share your plans to donate blood with your teacher if you have a scheduled class during this time.
Please encourage your family and friends to contribute during our blood drive. By donating blood, you'll be helping our community, as well as our school, because MEDIC donates money to our school for each pint of blood collected if we reach a certain percentage of the student body.
Location: Bearden High Hall of Memories
Our ACT Senior Retake Day is October 2nd – in spite of the name – ANY Senior may participate on this day.
Parents and students, Knox County now has an online payment system where schools fees, fines, sports/club participation fee, etc. can be paid online with a credit or debit card. Please click here for more information from Bearden principal, Mr. Jason Myers concernsing school fees. Click here for more information about paying school fees online.
Giving Tuesday: Small Bites Giving Tree
Parents and community members, if you would like to support Bearden High School but do not necessarily have the flexibility of time or finanical resources, please consider supporting our community by donating items through Bearden High School's Small Bites Giving Tree. Teachers have complied a list of classroom needs and would love your support in accumulating the items. Click HERE to see how you can give. Thank you for supporting our school community!
Bearden High School has attained STEM Certification through Knox County Schools. Specifically, Bearden High’s CTE Program of Study & Extra-Curricular Program has been validated and certified by Knox County Schools STEM Department as being adherents to the STEM habits of mind. These habits will prepare students for opportunities that require them to be innovative thinkers and dynamic problem solvers. This accomplishment demonstrates Bearden High's dedication to preparing students for amazing opportunities that will be presented to them as they move through their lives.
The following events could not happen without your membership support:
Dawg Days, Open House (fall and winter), Wednesday Weekly Newsletters, Library volunteers, West Mall Office volunteers, School Store, College Night, Student of the Week, Bearden’s Best, Prom, Senior events (Senior Luncheon, Baccalaureate, and Grad Night), Teacher Appreciation snacks and lunches, classroom support, and so much more!
For more details, go to PTSO under the “For Families” tab!