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BHS Homecoming 2018 HC 2018

Booneville High School will be celebrating Homecoming this Friday night, October 5th. Festivities will begin at 9:20 AM on Thursday with a Pep Rally in the high school gym. Thursday afternoon, the annual Homecoming Parade will pass through down town Booneville at 6 PM. The Homcoming Court will be presented in the high school gym  immediately following the parade. On Friday, the Homecoming Court will be presented during pre-game festivities at 6:30 PM. Kickoff will be at 7 with our Blue Devils taking on the Alcorn Central Golden Bears. Everyone come out and celebrate with us as we enjoy Homecoming 2018!

Keep in mind, there will be no school (no classes) on Friday due to Fall Break, however, Homecoming Festivities will continue as scheduled.

Alumni Basketball Games and Tip-Off Event Alumni Games
Blue Devil Football History Blue Devil Football

An interesting discussion with Mr. Marshall Dickerson about ten years ago peaked my interest in the histroy of the Booneville Blue Devil Football program. Mr. Dickerson and I talked about the school colors and the mascot, focusing on when the school started the football program and when the team was first called the Blue Devils. He had already done some investigation and knew that the Blue Devil mascot was first used in the 1944 fottball season. I took that knowledge to the George E. Allen Library and began my search through the microfilm reels of the Booneville Independet newspaper, currently known as the Banner Independent.

BHS Mini Cheer Camp minicheer

BHS Cheerleader Mini Camp is tomorrow at the BHS Gym from 8:30 until 11:30. The cost is $35 for instruction, snack, and t-shirt. It is $50 for instruction, snack, t-shirt, and poms. The girls will put on a short performance at 11:30 and will then be dismissed. Campers will perform at pregame of the home game on Friday, October 12th against North Pontotoc.

BHS Toy Drive for LeBonheur TOY

In September, several clubs at BHS sponsored a Toy Drive for the LeBonheur Children's Medical Clinic inTupelo. Students were asked to bring a small toy costing up to $5 . that could be donated to this cause. Just over 300 toys were collected and delivered to the clinic in Tupelo. Our hope is that these toys will bring joy to the life of a child during the time that they are facing difficult health concerns

BSD Specialty Plates BSD Plate

The Booneville School District Specialty Plates are now available. Show your school pride by visiting the County Tax Collector's office at the Court House and request your plate today. The cost of the plate is an additional $33, but $24 of that money goes straight back to our schools. Let everyone know that you are proud to be a Blue Devil.

BHS Homecoming T-Shirts Homecoming T-Shirt

The 2018 BHS Homecoming T-Shirts are now on sale. Youth sizes are $15 and Adult sizes are $20 through 2XL. Youth shirts are Gildan Soft Style and adult shirts are Comfort Color. The shirts are white with blue and gold ink. All orders MUST be placed by Wednesday, September 12th at 3 PM. Make your checks payable to BHS. Order yours today!

BHS Fall BLood Drive blood

BHS will sponsor their annual Fall Blood Drive on Thursday, September 13th from 8 AM until 3:30 PM. Juniors and Seniors will be donating blood, and they invite anyone from the public to stop by and donate as well. The Mississippi Blood Services Donor Coach will be parked in the gym parking lot and will service all donors.

Meet the Blue Devils MEET

BHS will host "Meet the Blue Devils" on Thursday evening, August 9th at 6:30 PM on the practice football field. The football team will be introduced, cheerleaders will perform, and the band will pep things up musically. Hamburger plates can be bought in advance for $ 7 in the high school office. Proceeds help support the Booneville Athletic Boosters. Come and join the team as they get ready to kick off the 2018 Football season. 

Fall Football Program Ads Dollar

All ad money and photos for this fall's Football Programs MUST be in by NOON on Monday, August 13th. Due to printing deadlines, no ads will be accepted after this time, so please get these turned in ASAP.

BHS Football Jamboree Jamboree

Booneville High School will host a season-openiing Fall Jamboree on Friday night, August 10 beginning at 6 PM.

JV - Booneville vs Hatley at 6:00 PM

JV - Booneville vs Hatley at 6:25 PM

V - Falkner vs Hatley at 6:50 PM

V - Booneville vs Hatley at 7:15 PM

V - Booneville vs Falkner at 7:40 PM

Come out and get a preview of the Blue Devils as they begin their fall football campaign.

2018 Orientation Information Released Orientation

Early Orientation will be July 31st and Official Orientation is August 3rd

Summer Sports Skills Camps ball

Booneville High School Athletics is offering Summer Sports Camps for Baseball, Fast Pitch Softball, and Football. These camps teach needed skills to develop and progress in each sport. It is a great opportunity for your child to receive guided instruction by our coaches and players to help identify bad habits and techniques and correct those, placing your child on a better path toward success in the sport they love. Applications and detailed information about each camp can be found at the link below. 


Summer Sports Skills Camp Forms

BSD SkyView telescope

The Booneville School District Telescope has set up a Remind texting service where people in the community can enroll and receive text messages each time the telescope is open for the viewing public. To sign up for this service, text the message @bsdskyview to the number 81010. You will only receive messages concerning significant celestial viewing opportunities and on dates that the telescope will be open to the public. As always, you may eMail Brad DeVaughn at bdevaughn@boonevilleschools.org to schedule small group private viewings for your family, friends, church group, scout troop, etc.

BHS Spring Blood Drive Mississippi Blood Services

Mississippi Blood Services will have their Mobile Blood Coach on campus on Tuesday, March 20th for the Spring Blood Drive. Donors are encouraged to attend from 8 AM until 3:30 PM. Please bring a photo ID. All donors will receive a free T-Shirt. 

President's Day Make-Up Day weather

Due to being out of school for winter weather in January, we will have classes on Monday, February 19th, which is President's Day. Additional make-up days, if required, have yet to be determined. We will notify students and parents as that information becomes available if there is a need for additional make-up days. 

Substitute Bus Drivers Needed bus

The Booneville School District is seeking applications for substitute bus drivers. Applicants must possess a Class A or B CDL with bus endorsement, passenger endorsement, and air brake endorsement. There is a required background check and fingerprinting fee of $32. Applications may be picked up and/or completed at the Booneville School District Office located at North 1st Street in Booneville.

AES Science Fair AES Science Fair

The AES local science fair will be on Friday, February 2nd in the AES gym. Students may set-up their project on Thursday, February 1st from 3:30-4:30  or  Friday morning, February 2nd  7:20am - 8:00am. Judging will take place Friday morning. Please encourage you child to be a part of this exciting project. Below is a link to:

AES Science Fair Info Sheet


Jr./Sr. Banquet/Prom Evening of Enchantment

Booneville High School would like to extend a formal invitation to all BHS Juniors and Seniors to an Evening of Enchantment on Thursday, March 29th. There will be a meeting of JUNIOR parents on Monday, January 8th at 5 PM in the BHS Commons to discuss decorations. All junior parents are encouraged to attend. The cost for the banquet and prom is $50 and is paid only during the junior year, which covers both years of attendance costs. This is called the Fair Share for Prom and is due by February 2nd.

BSD Beauty Pageant - Neverland Beauty Crown

The Booneville School District beauty pageant will be on February 10th, 2018. This year's theme is Neverland. Entry forms will be sent out with students in early January. Save the date!

Employment Opportunity

The Booneville School District is taking applications for substitute bus drivers. 

2018 East Webster Spring Jamboree football

The Booneville Blue Devil Football team will be participating in the East Webster Spring Football Jamboree on Thursday evening, May 10th. Our Varsity team will play East Webster at 5:30 for two quarters. The Junior Varsity will play 10 offensive plays and 10 defensive plays. At 6:15, our Varsity team will play Noxapater for two quarters. Finally, our JV team will play South Pontotoc. Our teams will be leaving school at 2:30 that afternoon. Support the Devils as they travel to play their Spring Games.

Graduation Fee grad fee

BHS graduates owe $65 as a Graduation Fee, which is due by Friday, May 4th. This is a  one time fee for all graduates..

BSD Specialty Car Tag TAG

Booneville Schools has designed our own specialty car tag. You may now pre-order your Booneville Schools car tag by filling out an application and dropping it by any of the school offices. 300 tags must be preordered before the tag will be produced. The cost is $ 31 more than your tag normally costs. $ 24 of those dollars will come directly back to our school district. You can access more information and an application by clicking on the following links. Help us reach this goal by placing your order TODAY !


Car Tag Information Sheet

BSD Specialty Tag Order Form

2018 BHS Who's Who Who's Who

2018 BHS Who's Who.

BHS Seniors have voted and the 2018 list of Who's Who among BHS Seniors has been determined. To view the entire list, click READ MORE at the bottom of this story.


Mr. BHS - Trey Gardner,

Miss BHS - Olivia Jackson,

Gentleman of the Class - Andrew Wilemon,

Lady of the Class - Emily Baker,

Most Likely to Succeed - Peyton Hall & Bryce Payne,

Most Dependable - Channing Barkley & Emma Grace Parker,

Best All Around - Brady Whitten & Macayla Wright,

Best Sense of Humor - Jon-Ashton Grimes & Katie Glisson,

Most Stylish - Seth Nunley & Elizabeth Howell,

Most School Spirit - Cade Eaton & Mackenzie Garner,

Most Athletic - Hunter Bullard & Kristen Perrigo,

Most Unique - Trace Sparks & Katelyn Capps,

Campus Flirt - Rhett Reich & Grace Martin,

Most Talented - Winwood Gray & Shmia Williams,

Most Likely to Stay in Blue Devil Country - Taylor Brasel & Madeline Tucker,

Class Favorite - Dallin Howell & Caleigh Grace Scroggins


2018-2019 School Calendar Released 2018-2019 Calendar

The official school calendar for 2018-2019 has been approved. 

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