Parent & Student Resources

Whether you’ve been part of our family or are new to BHS, below are lists of resources for both students and parents to utilize. If you can’t find what you need, use the Search box at the bottom of any page or contact us for assistance.

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Student Resources

Check out the following list of helpful resources and documents for students.

Brentwood High School expects all students to abide by ethical academic standards. Academic dishonesty—including plagiarism, cheating or copying the work of another, using technology for illicit purposes, or any unauthorized communication between students for the purpose of gaining advantage during an examination—is strictly prohibited.  For more information, please carefully read BHS’s Academic Integrity Policy.

In compliance with federal law, the purpose of Board Policy 4.406 Computer/Network Acceptable Use and Internet Procedures agreement is to inform students and families of the district’s procedures related to student Internet and electronic media use.

In order for BHS to maintain a safe learning environment that minimizes distractions, the minimum standards for acceptable clothing during the school day can be found on the WCS School Dress Code Board Policy.
WCS provides a variety of Student Internet Resources to help students with research, homework and other school projects.

Parent Clubs & Organizations

Parents, looking to be a part of the Bruins experience?  Explore the resources below to become more familiar with all of the opportunities available to you.

Parent Resources

Check out the following list of helpful resources and documents for parents of students attending BHS.

The Invest Now initiative was founded as a fast and easy way for parents, business leaders and community members to support our schools.  Investing is easy.  Visit the Invest Now page and choose the way in which you wish to contribute to your school or district by leaving a description for your choice of investment such as BHS Academics, Arts, Athletics, Technology or General. Your investment is a tax deductible, charitable gift. Thank you for supporting BHS!

Connect to the WCS Meal Payment page to find more information about meal accounts and meal prices.  You can also view and download the WCS School Menus, to see what’s for breakfast and lunch as well as view carbohydrate counts.

Each year, thousands of Williamson County children are evaluated to determine if they have a disability.  The process, which is called Child Find, is a component of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.  Child Find uses screening to find students in both public school and private school located in the geographic region, who may need special education services and supports.