Bonsall High School
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The committee has witnessed that the curricular model has supported student collaboration, teacher collaboration, and a high order of critical thinking for the students

— ASC WASC visiting committee, January of 2018

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Golf Tournament and Fundraiser

May 18th Welk Resort
$80.00 per player
Flyer and Registration


Grad Nite at Magic Mountain

May 24th 6pm to May 25th 8am - Cost $130.00 - Last day to purchase tickets if May 1, 2019 -
Purchase tickets in the office.


Class of 2019 Graduation

June 5th, 6pm - BHS Lower field - Seniors will receive 10 tickets for seating. There will be standing room for attendees without a ticket.

BHS - Who we are

Imagine a high school where academics, accountability, attitude, and perseverance are rewarded. Respect, diversity, and sense of self are valued, and students are taught the benefits of hard work, family and community. Success at BHS is limited only by a student’s ability to dream, dare, accept responsibility, and become dedicated to a goal. Our students are empowered to design and seek a high school education that answers their needs and provides a means to reach the goals they have set for themselves. Our educational program combines a highly rigorous high school experience with college opportunities through our college partners at Palomar College, AP and Honors course options. As well as CTE programs designed to prepare students to gain employment skills. BHS is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.  Our school provides honors, AP and college course embedded in a student’s day. We believe all students can learn and it is our mandate to ensure that happens 

BHS believes real strength comes from the supportive family-like atmosphere felt throughout the school. BHS students work hard but they play hard as well. We take a school-wide field trip at the beginning of each year to cement our family. We offer a first-rate athletics program, dances, clubs, drama and music, and even academic competitions. To be successful students must exhibit exceptional drive. They must be prepared to work hard and sacrifice for their education and they must be prepared to become a part of "one of the most family-like and safe environments" in any high school anywhere.