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After School Program for 5th graders
Back to the 80s!
Board of Education Changed to Wednesday, January 11th, at 6PM
Great Night in pictures from the Inaugural Bobby Bell Awards
Bloom High School Drama Club Presents: Cinderella
Kelly Gutierrez is the Daily Southtown 2016 Boys Soccer Coach of the Year
Steve Miller to Speak at Bloom Twp Athletic Alumni Association Dinner
Antonio Martinez of Bloom Twp Baseball signs with Wiley College in Texas
Alumni Chris Gonzalez wins USA Wrestling Trials
Parent University Second Annual Event a Great Success
Manufacturing Day Brings Together 18 High Schools
Planning Ahead: Workshop for Families and Educators
Accomplishments of the 2015-2016 School Year
Never too late to join Athletics
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Seven Students Earn Teresa Barr College Scholarship
Back-to-School Event: Jammin' for Jesus
Parent University Returns November 12th! (English and Spanish flyers)
Bloom and Bloom Trail Parents Get Involved!
6 months ago
A Message of Thanks from Bloom 206
about 1 month ago
Happy New Year! Bloom Township High School District 206 would like to send out a special thanks to the students, parents, teachers and communities for playing a valuable role in our many successes.
Among these successes is a budget surplus in two of the past three school years, an important sign that even with funds being cut all over the state, our district continues to operate well. In fact we are entering our fifth consecutive year without borrowing to meet operational needs, and our financial profile score from the Illinois State Board of Education has improved from “early warning” to “recognition” status, the highest grade a school district can receive.
These financial achievements did not come at the expense of good education.
In fact we’ve taken tremendous steps toward expanding our educational offerings. Our new reading department has developed several programs including Honors Reading, College Prep Reading and Support Reading courses. We’ve increased student reading and mathematics instructional minutes by 8,000 per school year in past two years, and the Bloom 206 Advanced Placement Program has expanded to 14 AP classes with 768 students enrolled, the largest we’ve ever had.
And these improvements have yielded incredible results.
Not only has Bloom 206 increased its graduation rate to the highest in more than 15 years, but we are now among the highest ranking in Illinois in vocabulary mastery. Our ACT scores, on average, are the highest in the past ten years, and our Early College Initiative programs have increased to more than 125 seniors receiving college credits in high school. The District has graduated multiple Gates Millennium Scholars and Golden Apple Scholars in the past five years and has seen our students earn more than $13 million in scholarships annually.
These kids are brilliant.
Our technical programs have also grown, with industry certificates coming out of 12 career programs, including a new Certified Nursing Assistant program that allows our students to receive CNA training at Prairie State College. We’ve also received accolades for our support of industrial jobs, including proclamations from two governors for being the first high school to host a National Manufacturing Day event.
How have we managed to do all this? Mindful spending and an active pursuit of grants have been a contributing factor. We were awarded the $6 million federal School Improvement Grant (SIG) from the State of Illinois as well as the $1.08 million Educational Secondary School Counseling Grant (ESSC) from the U.S. Department of Education.
But it wasn’t just grants that allowed such achievements. We’ve seen an amazing increase in parent engagement at our schools in recent years, with families attending more than 20 of our parent workshops, nine of which offer bilingual instruction. We’ve also seen great support for our district’s annual Parent University conference at Prairie State College over the past two years.
It is through the brilliant minds of students, the unyielding support of families, the hard work of teachers and the support of our community that we have had such astounding success in recent years. Again, we want to thank the Bloom 206 family for helping us build a bright future for our young people.
Registration for Transfer-in Students
6 months ago
Hello! Welcome to Bloom Trail High School! Transfer students will need to call the Registrar’s office to make an appointment to register. Please contact the Registrar at 708-758-7000 ext. 3125. When you come for your appointment, you must have all of the following documentation with you in order to register:
Transfer students need the following documentation:
- Residency - see below
- Official/Unofficial transcripts
- ISBE transfer form or a letter of good standing (if transferring from a private school or outside of IL)
- Current physical and immunization record
Proof Residency (1)
- Signed lease (all parties) and dated within current school year
- Mortgage statement
- Closing papers (within last 12 months)
- Property tax bill
- Notarized letter from Landlord with rental agreements
Parent/Guardian Identification (1)
- Photo ID (of person enrolling student w/address)
- Driver’s License
- State ID
Utility bills with address and within 30 days of receipt (2)
- Cable bill
- Utility bills – gas, electric, water
- Phone bill
- Internet bill
- Business mail received at residence
- Auto registration and/or insurance
- Medical Card
Attention Seniors Class of 2017
All seniors MUST provide proof of the 2nd dose of the meningitis vaccine in order to register for the school year.
Photos: Bloom Geometry in Construction
5 months ago