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Today is Wednesday, 9/28/16

Cycle Day 1

Welcome to the Home of the Bullets

We are a quality public high school striving to meet the needs of every student.  Numerous Advanced Placement and Honors courses are offered in our curriculum.  Additionally our students participate in a Dual Enrollment Program in conjunction with Reading Area Community College.   This program allows students to earn college credit, while at the same time being challenged by the rigorous academic programs. Our prolific Fine Arts Department consisting of Art, Band, and Vocal Music programs have consistently brought high honors to our school.  Likewise, we have quite an accomplished athletic program for a school of our size.  Brandywine Heights High School offers something for everyone.  From our academic classes and activities to our extra-curricular offerings we provide an array of opportunities to enrich the high school years and connect students to school so that they experience success.

Freshman Orientation

For important information from Freshman Orientation, please click on the following links:

Weekly Bulletin

  • July 19, 2016
    Mon, April 18th - Sat, April 23rd

    All students who park in the school parking lot should have parking tags. These tags should be clearly displayed by hanging tag from rearview mirror or setting on dashboard. Just a reminder: All changes to bus transportation need to be made through the Transportation Office at (610) 682-5143. Notes cannot be handed in by...

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  • July 18, 2016
    Mon, February 2nd – Sat, February 7th

    Parking Permit information is still available in the main office. The cost of a permit is $25.00. Permits are now required to park in the student lots. Working papers can be obtained ONLY over the lunch periods or after school. The Speed Limit is 15 mph in our driveways and parking lots! Upon...

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Weekly Bulletin: 9/26/16-10/2/16

About Us

Brandywine Heights High School houses approximately five hundred students in grades nine through twelve. We follow a traditional schedule of eight forty-two minute periods with two thirty-minute lunches. Our curriculum encompasses many of the traditional high school courses, as well as some of the newest offerings, such as Project Lead the Way, a series of pre-engineering courses. Our students can choose to participate in many different vocational opportunities through the Berks Career and Technology Center. Explore BCTC’s website and discover the many programs and opportunities they offer! We offer most of the traditional high school sports programs as well as many other extra-curricular opportunities intended to help students develop skills in areas outside the classroom. Our staff of highly qualified teachers offers instruction in many different settings using technological tools that will help students achieve their college and career aspirations.

Check out the latest news at Bullet Nation News

Activities & Clubs

Anime Club

Art Club

Band

Cascade Brigade Jugglers

Chorus

Debate Club

Drama Club

Eco-Action

FBLA

Future Educators Assoc

Future Educators of America

Genesis Bible Club

German Club

Key Club

National Honor Society

Power Club

Project Lead the Way Club

Spanish Club

Sportsman Club

Student Council

Telecommunications Club

Yearbook

Amazon Associates Program

The Brandywine Heights Area School District is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.