Brownwood High School is committed to supporting students and families during this time of off campus instruction. Teachers are designing and posting lessons to keep students engaged while at home.
The course schedule below is intended as a guideline for subject area instruction and teacher contact.
Teachers will post weekly lessons following the schedule below:
Monday: Math Department Chair: email@example.com
Tuesday: Science Department Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday: History Department Chair: email@example.com
Thursday: English Department Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
*For additional information please see individual teacher web pages.
As of March 6, all student course grades are considered frozen. All completed off-campus instructional materials will be assessed, which will allow teachers, parents, and students to monitor progress on the concepts covered. Careful consideration will be given on how completed coursework will impact course grades, GPA, and class rank.
In the event you are needing assistance with, or have a question about, a school issued device please email email@example.com detailing your question.
UPDATED COUNSELOR INFORMATION PAGE: https://bit.ly/3djp4gr
Please click below to view the Off-Campus Instruction directions for BISD Schools.
We understand that for various reasons (no computer, no internet, preference, etc.), printed instructional materials are necessary. We are committed to providing the support our families need during these difficult times. To simplify this process and support higher compliance with ‘stay at home’ principles, we are making updates.
Twelve Brownwood High School seniors received an academic scholarship to attend Angelo State University, on their journey to pursuing further educational possibilities. One of these students, James Bautista, received the Carr Distinguished Academic Scholarship to attend ASU in the fall. Only five incoming students are given the award, an annual $15,000 scholarship, renewable for up to $60,000.
During this time of COVID-19, school districts have had to close while still providing the critical services that are normally expected inside the building. School nutrition has had to adapt to the needs of the communities to continue to provide nutritious meals while traditional school is closed.
On March 31st, Governor Abbott closed all Texas schools through May 1. This closure will affect some of our planned Senior activities. We are still committed to give our Seniors a wonderful final experience at BHS.