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30th Annual Bryan High School Fall Craft Show

Come to the 30th Annual Bryan High School Fall Craft Show, Saturday, September 30, 2017. Spaces are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve your space, see Fall Craft Show Application.

Class of 1997 Reunion

A group of us are planning our 20-year reunion. To learn more about the upcoming reunion, go to www.facebook.com/groups/BHSBears1997

Welcome to Bryan High School!

Bryan High School BuildingBryan High School is located at 4700 Giles Road in Bellevue, Nebraska. The diverse student population includes students in grades 9-12. Bryan High School has built its curriculum around sixteen career clusters. Each cluster is intended to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to complete high school, to begin work on a post-secondary degree or to enter the world of work.
Bryan Sr. High School utilizes an alternating day block schedule. Students have four blocks or classes each day; however, with the alternating or A/B block schedule, students will have four classes on A days and four different classes on B days. This allows students to have up to eight classes in their schedule each semester.

School Calendar

For OPS 2016-2017 Calendar, go to

http://district.ops.org/DEPARTMENTS/GeneralFinanceandAdministrativeServices/DistrictCommunications/DistrictCalendars.aspx

For Bryan High Sports Schedules, go to

http://www.mhsaaconference.org/g5-bin/client.cgi?G5genie=72&school_id=16

Aug 17: OPS Schools Open - First Student Day (9th-Grade Students Only at Bryan High School)
Aug 18: All students return to school
Aug 31: Omaha Education Week/Open House 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Sep 5: No School, Labor Day
Sep 16: No School for Students; Curriculum Day for Teachers
Sep 19: Mid-Quarter Progress Checks
Oct 8: Homecoming Dance, 7:00-11:00 p.m.
Oct 13: Early Release for High School Students at 11:00 a.m.; Parent-Teacher Conferences
Oct 14: No School for High School Students; Half-Day High School Work Day for Teachers
Oct 24: Mid-Semester Evaluations; ACT Test Date
Nov 21: Mid-Quarter Progress Checks
Nov 23-25: No School for Students; Nov 23, Teacher Inservice/Work Day; Nov 24-25, Thanksgiving Recess
Dec 12: ACT Test Date
Dec 23-Jan 5: No School for Students; Winter Recess
Jan 6: No School for Students; Teacher Work Day
Jan 12: Open House for 8th Graders, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Jan 13: Deadline to Register for February ACT
Jan 16: No School Martin Luther King - National Day of Service
Jan 20: Accuplacer at Bryan for Horatio Alger Career Scholarship
Jan 28: Scholarship Help at Bryan - 10am  - 2pm (there is transportation and food)
Feb 1: Susan Thompson Buffett Scholarship Deadline
Feb 11: ACT Test Date
Feb 8: Mid-Quarter Progress Checks
Feb 16: Early Release for Students at 11:00 a.m.; Parent-Teacher Conferences
Feb 17: No School for Middle/High School Students; High School Teacher Work Day
Feb 20: No School for Students; Presidents' Day
Mar 1: Goodrich Scholarship Deadline
Mar 1: Horatio Alger Career Scholarship Deadline
Mar 13-17: No School for Students; Spring Recess
Mar 20: Mid-Semester Evaluations
Apr 1: Complete FAFSA for priority consideration and College Bound Nebraska
Apr 8: ACT Test Date
Apr 14: No School for Students; Teacher Planning/Work Day
Apr 19: ACT for all 11th graders
Apr 22: Prom, Durham Museum, 7:00-11:00 p.m.
Apr 24: Mid-Quarter Progress Checks
Apr 26: Academic Excellence - 9:30 a.m.
May 10: Senior Expectation Assembly
May 11-12: Senior Finals and Last Day of Classes
May 16: Honors Night
May 17: Senior Breakfast (cap and gown distribution 7:30 a.m.)
May 24: Graduation Practice - 1:30 p.m. at Baxter Arena (Mandatory)
May 26: Last Day of School
May 28: Graduation, UNO Arena, 6:00 p.m.
Jun 5-Jun 30: Summer School
Jun 10: ACT Test Date


 

Mission of Bryan High School

Bryan High School, in partnership with students, families, and the community, provides a student-centered learning environment that cultivates character, fosters academic excellence, and embraces diversity to prepare students for post-secondary opportunity and career readiness.

Vision of Bryan High School

Building a tradition of excellence one BEAR at a time!

Emergency Relocation Information for Parents

Should we have a need to evacuate the school and move students to another temporary location, we want you to know in advance that we have made arrangements to do so at Bryan Middle School, 8210 S. 42nd St. or if that building is unavailable, we will move students to Daniel J. Gross High School, 7700 S. 43 St. Please read the attached letter for more information.

Tutoring

Tutoring will take place in the Library from 3:15 until 5:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and and Thursdays. 

Common Sense Media

Sport/School Physicals

Sport/School Physicals are available now at Bryan High School Based Health Center. All Physicals are to be completed prior to starting sport practices. Forms are available on Bryan High Athletic website. Call Bryan High School Based Health Center for an appointment: 402-991-3904

Attendance Message to Parents

Under Legislative Bill 800, all school districts in Nebraska are required to report to the County Attorney all students who are absent for more than twenty days per year or the hourly equivalent.  Please provide information regarding your student’s absences so explanations for absence can be forwarded to the County Attorney.  The County Attorney will make a determination if there has been a violation of the mandatory attendance law on a case by case basis. 
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Important Dates

Seniors and juniors, remember to check out these upcoming dates!

Save the Date - ACT for all 11th graders is Wednesday, April 19th

The ACT is replacing NeSA for all 11th graders, and the statewide test date is Wednesday, April 19th. More information will be coming soon, but all 11th graders are required to take the ACT on this date.

Omaha Bryan High School Website Point of Contact

For questions or corrections relating to the school's website, please e-mail James (Mike) Gardner at james.gardner@ops.org