This time of year is so perfect for photographing high school senior portraits.It couldn’t have been a better evening….perfect weather, a beautiful girl and a gorgeous horse. Two totally sweet and fun girls…it was my pleasure to spend the evening with them.Burlington High School (BHS) is a public high school located in Burlington, Vermont. Two of the former buildings still exist, one (1900–64) as the Edmunds Elementary and Middle School complex while the second one, used in the late 1800s, is now a private residence.
Community service fairs have been held at the school, with information about local organizations which need volunteers.
A blood drive is hosted twice a year, with donation limited to students over age 16.
Burlington High School requires the typical 24 credit load to graduate: 4 mandatory English, 3 mandatory science, 3 mandatory history, 3 mandatory math, 1 or 2 foreign languages (including French, German, Chinese, Spanish, and Latin) most reach level 2, 1/2 health, 1 and 1/2 gym, and 1 art or music (including band, chorus, clay, metals, and others).
After these requirements have been completed, students are left with 5 elective credits to choose, which can span any of the aforementioned subjects.
Essex High School is Vermont's largest high school, a public school of about 1,550 students.
It serves the Vermont communities of Essex Junction, Essex and Westford.
EHS' quiz bowl team is a member of the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl, competing in the Chittenden Region.
Essex is a consistent contender in the Vermont Scholars' Bowl and has won the championship six times, in 1995, 2002, 2010, and 2013-2015.
15 graduates qualified for National Merit Scholarships in 2008.
Burlington High School is composed of 5 main buildings, labeled A, B, C, D, and E.
There is also an F building, which contains Burlington Technical Center (BTC), a regional technical center that is attended by students from BHS as well as other high schools in the county.