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Senior Dues: Senior Dues are $50 & can be paid via SchoolPay by clicking here. Dues cover the costs associated with the senior year. All seniors must pay dues.
C/O 2019 Senior T-shirts: Seniors who have paid dues, but not yet picked up their shirt should see Mrs. Gregory in Office 123 on Thursday, May 9th anytime throughout the day.
Scholarship Information: Seniors should check the BTHS Scholarship Page for a running list of available scholarships. Also, students who have been offered scholarships should report that information to Mrs. Huber by May 6th. Self Register through the SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT REGISTRATION LINK in order to be recognized at Senior Awards Night.
Baccalaureate: Thursday, May 9th, 6:00 pm; San Juan del Rio Catholic Church. Wear graduation gown, but not cap.
Senior BBQ: May 10th. This is a student organized event. Please see any Class Officer for more information.
Last Day to Complete FLVS & APEX Courses: May 10th
Senior Debt Days: MAKE-UP DEBT DAY PICK-UPS WILL OCCUR FRIDAY, MAY 17TH FROM 1PM-3PM FROM MRS. GREGORY’S OFFICE. OFFICE 123 IN THE MAIN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.
May 13th & 14th, 10am- 3pm in the Auditorium/Auditorium Lobby. Park outside the auditorium. Enter and leave through the auditorium lobby. Seniors must be clear of all debts to BTHS in order to receive their Debt Day Packet which will include Graduation tickets (each graduate will receive 8 tickets), honor cords, Graduation medallion, & more. Debts include but are not limited to; Senior Dues, parking tickets, text books, library books/fines, cafeteria fines, ROTC, band, chorus, & athletic uniforms.
Senior Awards Night: May 13th, 6:30 p.m., by invitation only.
Graduation Rehearsal: Monday, May 20, 2019; 9:00 am; University of North Florida Arena. Park in LOT 18 ONLY!
Graduation: Wednesday, May 22, 2019; 7:00 pm; University of North Florida Arena. Each graduate will receive 8 guest tickets at Senior Debt Day. All guests ages 3 and older require a ticket. Guests ages 2 and under that will be sitting on a lap, do not require a ticket. Guests should be aware that seating is first come, first served. SEATS MAY NOT BE SAVED. This will be enforced by UNF security. Parties that wish to sit together, should plan to arrive early and enter the arena together.
The Class of 2019 Commencement will be live streamed! Please click HERE on May 22nd at 7pm to view the ceremony.
Graduate Information: Park in Lot 18 or Garage 38. Graduates should be in the arena no later than 5:30 pm. Recommended attire for graduates is as follows. Males: Dark or khaki dress pants, dark socks, shoes, neatly-pressed, light colored dress shirt with dark tie under academic gown. Females: Dark pants, dress, or skirt, light colored blouse with dark shoes. High heels are not recommended for reasons of safety & comfort. Please: No jeans, shorts, sandals, or tennis shoes. Cap is to be worn flat (this may require pins). Tassels are worn to the right & shifted to the left at the end of the ceremony when instructed. If you plan to toss your cap after the ceremony, you should put your name inside so you can easily identify & retrieve it. Wear your honor cords, medallion, honor stoles. Please do not forget these, we do not have extra. Leave your cell phone in your car or with your parents. Graduates may not bring a cell phone into the graduation ceremony. Phones will be collected by Dean Peaver & returned after you recess from the arena.
Graduation Security Guidelines for University of North Florida For your safety and the safety of others, all guests are subject to a security screening prior to entry inside the University of North Florida Arena. This will include, but may not be limited to, inspection of all bags and handheld items as well as magnetic wanding to screen all guests at the secured entrances.
- Bags will be permitted after inspection and are asked to be under 12” X 6” X 12” in size.
- Animals are not permitted, other than registered service animals.
- Alcoholic beverages, weapons, knives and illegal drugs are not permitted.
- Noise makers, whistles and air horns are not permitted.
- Guests will not be permitted to check or store items at the University of North Florida Arena entry points or inside the venue. Guests will be asked to return unacceptable items to their vehicles or dispose of them prior to entrance to the venue.
- Possession of prohibited items inside the University of North Florida Arena are grounds for ejection without re-entry.
- Johns County Schools and the University of North Florida Arena event staff and security are NOT responsible for lost, left behind, abandoned, stolen, or otherwise damaged items.
- If there is doubt about if something will be permitted, please err on the side of caution and leave it at home or in your vehicle.
Graduation at the University of North Florida Arena is a school based, SJCSD sponsored activity. As such, all St Johns County School District procedures and policies are in effect the same as a site-based school function.
Transcripts: Seniors must request final transcripts to be sent to colleges, NCAA, Common Application, etc. via Parchment. Thanks to our PTO, electronic transcripts are sent free of charge to almost any college or university in the country for current students. The link to Parchment can be found here: Order Records or on the main page of the BTHS website. Final transcript requests remain free of charge through July of graduation year.
Senior Class Sponsors: Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Huber, & Mrs. Keating
Senior Class Colors: Blue, Black, & Silver
Class Motto: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -Mahatma Gandhi
Class Song: I Found a Way; by Drake Bell (this is a change as of Oct 16, 2018)
Class Flower: Sunflower
Senior Class Officers:
|Vice President||Ben DuPre’|
PLEASE NOTE that students will be held to the code of conduct until graduation is completed on May 22, 2019. Any senior who commits a violation resulting in suspension between the dates of February 27 and May 22 is subject to the loss of participation in significant senior class events including (but not limited to) Grad Bash, Prom, and Graduation. Depending on the timing and severity of the inappropriate action, attendance in one or all of these events may be revoked.