Benzie Central High School 9-12
|Mailing Address:||9300 Homestead Rd|
|Benzonia, MI 49616|
|Dir of Student Svcs & AD||John Judge|
Good News for Fall 2016. The High School will be having Husky Days. This will be a Registration & Orientation for all high school students; new and returning for the 2016-2017 school year.
The following is a list of the registration/orientation times for students:
Monday, August 29th 9 am - 11 am Seniors & Link Crew
1 pm – 3 pm Freshman & Link Crew
Tuesday, August 30th 9 am – 11 am Sophomores
1 pm – 3 pm Juniors
All students with a parent or guardian should attend during their designated time slot.
The following are forms that can be filled out ahead of time and brought to Husky Days Orientation/Registration.
CTC student video: https://youtu.be/96FaahqhErE
PowerSchool Parent Portal Access Information
Letter from the Health Department 11/12/14
SCHOOL CALENDAR (holidays, first and last day of school)
2015-16 High School Calendar
End of the Year Calendar of Events for High School
DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS (check here for special daily announcements)
ATHLETICS CALENDAR (practice dates, game dates and locations)
ATHLETIC PASSES (pay once and enter all games for free)
LUNCH MENU (see what's for lunch this week)
SCHOOL INFORMATION (first day of school, office hours)
STUDENT ENROLLMENT PACKAGE (course list, enrollment form)
SCHOOL PICTURES (look at some of the new photos)
SCHOOL STORE (price list for items like t-shirts, lanyards, and more)
EVENT PHOTOS (flickr photo albums - compliments of Mr. Shaun Johnson)
Work Permits may be turned in at the High School Office.
Minors under 16 (print on pink paper)
Minors 16 & 17 (print on yellow paper)
Alternative Education Information:
Benzie County Central Schools will again be offering an alternative education program for the 2015-16 school year. This program will focus on getting those students who recently dropped out back in school and preventing at-risk adolescents from dropping out. The school site will be at the Tribal building on Hoadley Rd. The alternative education curriculum will focus on the student's needs and abilities, offering a flexible individualized approach for the successful completion of high school and entry into the workforce. Any students wishing to attend this program should contact Mr. Haughn at the high school. 882-4497.
For students and former students who need transcripts sent to colleges or universities, please utilize the following link, set up an account and order a transcript.