News & Events

The BHS News and Events page provides important announcements related to Academics, Athletics, Clubs, Counseling, Fine Arts, Yearbook and other newsworthy events.  All new announcements are listed near the top of the page.

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For more information from Williamson County Schools regarding COVID-19, please visit the district Coronavirus page.  This page contains links to CDC and state sites, as well as information on food and FAQs (in English and Spanish). There are also links to the Facebook live videos.

Congratulations to our Brentwood High School Science Olympiad teams, who won both 1st and 2nd place at their regional tournament in Cookeville, TN. Brentwood swept the competition with 16 first-place medals out of 23 events and will now be advancing to the State Tournament in April!

Online registration for returning Williamson County students currently in grades K-11 will open Monday, March 2, 2020. Parents of all children in grades K-11 should register their child for the 2020-21 school year.  Get more details within the inFocus story, Online Registration Opens March 2.

If your student is a rising Brentwood High School 9th grader, please review the 9th Grade Registration in Skyward Presentation for details on how to register for classes.

The end of the school year is fast approaching and for seniors it means celebrating success and embracing change.  Please review the End of the Year Information for Seniors presentation.  Everything seniors and their families need to know about the rest of the year, including graduation details, can be found within this presentation!

  • Attention Seniors!! Students who will major in Nursing next year please visit the Williamson Medical Angie Tillman Scholarship page for more information about applying for this scholarship.  The deadline is March 15, 2020.
  • Brentwood Morning Rotary Scholarship Applications are available in guidance. They are due by March 15, 2020
  • The Brentwood Noon Rotary Club will be sponsoring scholarships to selected students who are interested in attending RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) this summer, July 16 – July 20, 2020 at Austin Peay State University. This is a fabulous opportunity to further develop a student’s leadership skills. The application can be found on the Brentwood Rotary site.
  • The Brentwood Noon Rotary Clubs invites you to apply for one of our $10,000.00 scholarships that will be awarded in May 2020. The Brentwood Rotary Club offers three (3) $10,000 scholarships and is open to eligible students from Brentwood High School, Ravenwood High and Overton High School. The scholarship award is based on academic performance, extracurricular activities and work experience, written statements, recommendations, and financial need. Financial need is an important and needs to be demonstrated by the applicant, but it is not the sole criteria for selection.  The application can be found on the Brentwood Rotary site.
  • The application is due no later than Monday, March 9, 2020.

Several other scholarships can be found on the BHS website under College Career Planning.

WBHS Channel 9 Exclusive Interview!

Country music superstar and Brentwood resident Dolly Parton and her manager are building a state-of-the-art movie sound stage in LaVergne. WBHS 9 senior interns Alex Wells, Jack Wilson and Audrey Green sat down with Dolly to talk about the multi-million dollar project in an exclusive interview.

Academic News

Brentwood High School is proud to announce the following students as National Merit Semi-Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The 16,000 semi-finalists were selected from the more than 1.5 million entrants in the National Merit Program. Students entered the competition by taking the 2018 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The semi-finalists represent less than 1% of each state’s high school seniors.

Celebrating our National Merit Semifinalist

John Bailey

Ginger Buck

Michael Dillender

Sarah Grace Fisher

Avery Fowler

Christina Jin

Sydney Johns

Luke Lattin

Sarah Memon

Mithul Nallaka

Pardhav Polavarapu

Molly Robinette

Madison Saxton

Jeffrey ( JB ) Seiters

Thomas Stewart

Hannah Uebele

Brentwood High School is proud to announce the following students as National Merit Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. In addition to the 16,000 semi-finalists, 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Commended Students placed among the top 5% of more than 1.6 million entrants in the National Mer

it Program. Students entered the competition by taking the 2018 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Brentwood High School is proud to announce 25 students as National Merit Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

Hannah Bachrach

Anabelle Blanchet

David Brantley

Brenden Burke

Andrew Byers

Carter Cabbage

Michael Finch

Catherine Forbes

Oliver Galaska

Macaulay Gould

Rohan Gupta

Daniel Hur

Jordan Hurt

Lauren Hurt

Avery Johns

Elisabeth Laviolette

Olivia Moody

Olivia Olmstead

Avinash Patri

Ravikiran Ramjee

Parth Sharma

Lindsey Skold

Jaren Spitters

Sarah Triplett

Jonah Williams

Athletic News

Join Brentwood’s Athletic Bruins Club today as your way of supporting our growing athletic program here at BHS. This parent booster club provides additional needed funds to every sport on campus as we strive to improve our facilities each year.

Adult, Student and Family passes are to be purchased this year at the Brentwood Bruins Go Fan site.  Our athletic passes are mobile only this year. Once you have purchased your athletic passes, you will download the GoFan App to your phone in order to access your pass.

  • Adult passes are $75
  • Student passes are $50

If your student is an athlete they get access to a pass through GoFan after their $100 athletic fee has been paid.  Family passes are $300 for 2 adults and 3 to 5 children.  View the Brentwood Bruins All Sports Pass flier for more information.  Please email Melissa Gerlach with any questions.

If your student is on the baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track, volleyball or wrestling team, they must pay a $100 athletic fee at the Brentwood Bruins Go Fan site. Once their athletic fee has been paid they will be able to access their student athletic pass by downloading the GoFan app to their phone. All passes are mobile this year. The athletic fee is paid for through the GoFan website this year. If you have any questions, email Melissa Gerlach.

Shop the Athletic Booster Club’s online store for all of your favorite Bruin Merchandise.  Visit the ABC Bruins Store for all your spirit merchandise needs.  Delivery will be made to Student Services office.

Ever had a thought that you could make Brentwood High Athletics better? Now is your chance! The Brentwood High Athletic Bruins Club, the booster club for all the school’s athletic needs, is looking for parent officers for next year. If you are at all interested, please contact Melissa Gerlach. We can get you more information as we really do need great parents to continue the great athletic programs we have at Brentwood High.

Congratulations to all our student athletes that signed their letter of intent to continue their athletic career at the collegiate level.

Congratulations to our student athletes.

  • Sofia Sperduto–Rowing–Indiana University
  • Lauren Hurt–Swimming–Rice University
  • Kate Devine–Soccer–Vanderbilt
  • Morgan Greene-Soccer–Samford
  • Ellen Scott–Soccer–Miami of Ohio University
  • Matthew Batts–Baseball–Lee University
  • Will Laughlin–Baseball–Maryville
  • Jack Rando–Baseball-Belmont
  • Skylar Coffey–Track and Field–University of Tennessee
  • Grace Gamboa–Track/Field–Samford
  • Meg Wilson–Track/Field–Miami of Ohio University
  • Piper Drazek–Volleyball–West Point
  • Delaney Trushel–Basketball–USC Aiken
  • Emily Trushel–Basketball–USC Aiken
  • Elisabeth Laviolette–Softball–Boston College

Congratulations to all our student athletes that signed their letter of intent to continue their athletic career at the collegiate level.

  • Beth Donnelly–Furman University–XC and Track 

  • Grant Thompson–Emory-XC and Track

  • Jordan Hurt-Colgate University–Swimming

  • Coleman Hargis-University of Montevallo–Lax

  • Raegan Beightol–Alabama–Rowing

  • Michael Finch-Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT)–Baseball 

  • Byrce Bergholtz-Missouri Western–Football 

  • Xiere Howard–UT Martin–Football 

  • Garner Jones–Valparaiso-Football 

  • Austin Spradlin–Butler—Football 

  • Jett Kinder–Oregon–Track and Field 

Counseling News

College representatives will be visiting our school throughout the year during the lunch period. Check out the College Career Planning page and click “College Visits to BHS” on the left to view a listing of visit dates.

If you feel that you are a candidate for Valedictorian or Salutatorian for the class of 2020, you must review the qualifications and complete the application May 1, 2020.

Attention Seniors! The Sarah C. Bayrd Memorial Scholarship is now available.  This $1000 scholarship will be awarded to one BHS senior. Please see your social studies teacher for an application. Deadline is Friday, March 27, 2020.

Fine Arts News

Do you like to Dance and are you looking to perform? The BHS Color Guard is a group within the marching band program that provides the visual aspects of the marching band shows. The Color Guard is an active member of the football spirit team and performs with all marching band events. If you are looking for a great way to get involved in one of the largest extra-curricular activities at BHS and make new friends, this may be for you.  Please explore the BHS Color Guard Flyer for more information as well as a quick participation survey for those interested.

Please congratulate the following students on making the all-state honor choir.

  • Alex Cook
  • Caroline Conte 
  • Vivi Hirst
  • Ella Saliba
  • Caleb Oakley
  • Michelle Qiu
  • Macey Wade

 Mid State Honor Choir

  • Banks Murdock
  • Catherine Tamayo
  • Camille Woods
  • Sienna Shepherd 
  • Adele Smith
  • Sydney Lloyd 

Yearbook News

Brentwood High School 2020 Yearbooks are on sale now. Order your copy today.  Visit the Yearbook Order Center website and search by school name to reserve your copy.

Other School News

Congratulations to Brentwood High Art teacher, Heather McHugh, who was recently recognized as the Tennessee Art Education Association’s Secondary Teacher of the Year!

BHS students! We are preparing for our academic awards ceremony. In the event you earned a perfect SAT or ACT composite or sub-scores, we need your help! Please submit a hard copy only of your score report to Dr. Simmons office, by March 24, 2020.  Do not email the scores.  Please note, BHS does not receive reports from College Board for SAT.

BHS students, When on campus you must think about safety first. We have noticed some students are leaving valuables unsecured in the building and parking lots. Remember, stow away your belongings out of view and lock your cars. Drive slowly in the parking lot and follow the outside perimeter per the arrows. Also, we have many new drivers second semester. Every student shall obtain a parking pass after completing the check points driving safety class. Deadline for all drivers to display their 2019-2020 BHS parking pass, is Monday, January 27, 2020.

Due to the increased volume of unplanned early dismissals, we will no longer except phone call or email dismissals except in the case of a true emergency. For an early dismissal please send a hand-written note with your student including the date, time and reason for the dismissal. Your student will exchange this for an early dismissal pass in student services before 9:30 AM. You will receive a phone call to confirm this early dismissal. A medical appointment requires that the student return with a doctor’s note to excuse the absence. All excuse notes for missed school days must be turned into student services within one week of the absence. If your student becomes sick at school, they should go to the clinic. Our school nurse will call you for permission to allow the student to leave if the student is ill. As a reminder, the WCS attendance policy states that a student may miss 8 days per school year excusable with a parent note. After 8 days, official documentation is required. Examples of official documentation include medical notes, college visits, court documentation, DMV, letters from travel sport organizations, etc. Thank you for helping us minimize classroom disruptions.