ATTENTION ALL SENIORS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF SENIORS!
All eligible seniors must attend two mandatory graduation practices on May 29th and June 4th in order to participate in the commencement ceremony. Misbehavior during senior week activities will result in seniors being excluded from participation in the graduation ceremony. Students must also be dressed in proper attire to participate in the graduation ceremony; improperly dressed seniors will not march. Graduation dress requirements can be found on the BMSH website. Finally, disruptive behavior by the graduates or their guests (including shouting of names or use of noisemakers) during the ceremony will result in their diploma being held and a mandatory parent conference with the principal. We strongly encourage students and parents to visit the Class of 2013 section of the BMSH website for additional information and requirements for senior events and graduation. Thank you in advance for your cooperation, and we look forward to seeing you June 4th at 7 pm!
Welcome Dr. Denise Hall, Principal
Gaggle has come to Duval County Public Schools!
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ATTENTION: The 8th grade prom has been cancelled.
Duval County Public School's Vision
Every student is inspired and prepared for success in college or a career, and life.
Duval County Public School's Mission
To provide educational excellence in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day.
Whatever it Takes: Mission Possible!
Guidelines for Success
Brave enough to be Motivated, Scholarly, and Honest students
Get in the Spirit
- Fridays are RED and WHITE days.
- Buy your yearbooks now! Click here (order # 15751).
- Order your class pictures on line @ Cady Studios.
- Save your Box Tops for Education and turn them into the main office. Check out Box Tops for Education for other ways to help our school.
- Save and donate Coke Reward Points for BMSH! We can cash the points in for supplies and student rewards. Visit for details.
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