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Teachers update grades every Tuesday, so please check on Wednesdays for the most up-do-date information

Contact Information

Main Office

Donna Hughett

(951) 845-3171 x 2008


Attendance Office

To report or clear absence

Nancy Kaminsky: (951) 845-4011

Click Here to email (preferred)


ASB Store Hours

Wednesday Morning

7:30 - 8:20


Both brunches


Both brunches and lunches


Business Office Hours


7:00am - 3:15pm.


7:00 - 9:00am & 1:00 - 3:15pm


Mon & Thurs - 9:00am - 1:00pm

District Non-discrimination Policies and Complaint Procedures

The Beaumont Unified School District prohibits, during all school activities, programs, and employment, discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation , or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. 

5145.3 BP Nondiscrimination-Harassment

5145.7 AR Students Sexual Harassment

5145.7 BP Students Sexual Harassment

Notice To Parents and Guardians - Complaint Rights.pdf

1312.3 BP Uniform Complaint Procedures December 9, 2014.pdf

1312.3 BP Uniform Complaint Procedures December 9, 2014 Spanish.pdf


To file a formal complaint, please contact:

Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Support Services

(951) 845-1631

350 W. Brookside Avenue, Beaumont, CA 92223

Notice of Construction at BHS and Parking Lot Closure

Beginning of Thursday, August 13, several small construction projects will affect parking and student drop-off and pick-up.

Click here for full closure notice

CSU Applications

Attention Seniors: The CSU Application window will open on October 1, 2015 and are due by November 30, 2015 for students planning to attend a CSU campus in the Fall of 2016.  Please see the attached document for application instructions. If you need assistance, please make an appointment to meet with your counselor. Note: You do not have to wait until October 1st to get started on your application.

CAASPP Testing

The  California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is the new state academic testing program that replaces Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR). Below, you will find links to more information regarding the CAASPP. Testing will take place at BHS beginning April 20th.

Click here to read the CAASPP FAQ

Click here for more information on CAASPP testing

Click here to access the practice test

CAASPP Results are Headed Our Way

BHS Seniors Visit Elementary School

Seniors: Six Flags Grad Nite Rules

These are the expectations from Magic Mountain regarding Grad Nite

Click Here to view (pdf)

Summer Programs 2016 (SP16)

Please see the following documents in regards to 2016 Summer Programs.


SP16 Parent/Student Letter


SP16 Enrollment Form

Important Graduation Announcement

 Congratulations Class of 2016! 


We are days away the biggest event in town, Beaumont High School Graduation!  Attached is an important informational letter about graduation.


Graduation Letter

AVID Seniors Recognized

Congratulations to Trinity Noriega

Congratulations to Trinity Noriega! She received the 3rd Place award from Congressman Raul Ruiz for her art work submitted to the Congressional Art Contest. Her work will hang in the Congressman's local office. She was honored last night in Palm Desert.

Under the guidance of our art teachers, seventeen Beaumont High School students submitted work! Their art work will be displayed at the District office for a few weeks.



BHS Swim Teams Finish Strong At CIF Championships

The BHS swim team showed up on a clear, warm evening at the RCC Aquatic Center for the CIF D4 finals, ready to finish off the hard work that they have put in all season. Beaumont's many family members and friends had a thrilling evening cheering on the variety of outstanding performances by both the girls and boys teams. Junior Paul Goetz earned a CIF championship in the 50 yard freestyle while breaking not only the BHS record, but the CIF D4 meet record with a time of :20.90. He followed that up with another victory in the 100 yard freestyle, and then anchored the boys 400 freestyle relay team championship, which included Corey Smith, Ethan Petersen and Mark Perez. Their swim set a new BHS record with a time of 3:14.40. The boys finished 6th overall in the meet. Not to be outdone though, the girls team rode strong event championship finals throughout the meet to capture a share of the D4 runners-up plaque! With 2nd place on the line going into the last event, the girls 400 freestyle relay team of Katlyn Bradbury, Liz Martinez, Courtney Gray and Emily Heighes set a new BHS record with a time of 3:51.13 to earn the necessary points to earn a share of the plaque. Katlyn also broke her own mark in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:02.45, and Courtney broke the 200 IM record she set last week in 2:16.30. Other strong swims by Evamarie Vilchez, Amy Calderwood and TJ Campbell helped earn vital points, along with individual events by the relay team members. This marks the 2nd consecutive year that both teams earned top-10 finishes at the CIF championship meet. Congratulations to our awesome swim teams and coaches!


CBAADA Athletes of the Year: Derreck Affor and Kailie Grimes

Seniors Derreck Affor and Kailie Grimes have been selected as Beaumont High School's representatives for the Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors' Association Athletes of the Year. They were honored at an awards brunch held at California Baptist University in Riverside on Tuesday, May 10, along with student-athletes from across the Inland Empire and desert regions. They are pictured here with CIF Commissioner Rob Wigod. Kailie has excelled in cross country and track, in which she lettered each of her four years. Derreck has been a basketball and track standout, and helped to lead the Cougars basketball team to a 24-4 record this past season. Both Derreck and Kailie will be representing Beaumont at the CIF D1 track & field prelims this Saturday at Trabuco Hills HS.

Chicano/Latino Youth Conference

"By any dreams necessary: Still we rise/¡Aún estamos de pie!" was the emblem of the 27th Annual Chicano/Latino Youth Conference held at UCR this last Saturday. The conference goals are to educate and inform our youth about Chicano/Latino history, politics, and culture.  30 of our students and one parent attended workshops that encompassed their personal interests in terms of careers, politics and various aspects of our culture like murals. Many were motivated by the high representation of Latino college students at UCR. It reinforced that... ¡Sí se puede!



CIF Playoff Information

Track at CIF Finals - Saturday, May 21 at Cerritos College: All boys and girls qualifiers will participate at the CIF finals at Cerritos College located at 11110 Alondra Blvd in Cerritos. Consult the CIF website at for complete schedule of events. General admission is $10.00. HS students with ID are $5.00. Parking permits are $5.00 and must be purchased and displayed in car.

Mr. C Wins (Loses) the Fundraiser Competition

BHS League Champions

Congratulations to our BHS swim and track teams who made a clean sweep of their opponents on Wednesday to secure the league championships.  GO COUGARS!

Girls swim defeated Hemet, 98-72.
Boys swim came down the final relay and produced a final of 87-83.
Girls track won by a score of 85-51.
Boys track won by a score of 97-39.
Today it is the boys golf and tennis teams that travel to Hemet for their final matches with the opportunity to win league championships as well! Please wish them luck today.

College and Career Signing Day at BHS

Ana Paiz Honored

Congratulations to BHS Cheer

BHS Seniors Enrolling in Crafton

BHS Students Honored

Top Students Honored

Erica Guerra, Bradley Cypert, and Shayaan Syed were honored for their academic achievement as our top three students at the Riverside Academic Awards Ceremony last night!   


Upcoming ELAC Meeting

The next ELAC meeting is Wednesday, April 27.  We will be celebrating CELDT band jumpers and RFEP students.  Any EL parent is welcome to come.  It will be a potluck and we will provide the pizza.

Thunderbirds Visit BHS

An United States Air Force Thunderbird pilot, chief crew, and support personnel paid a visit to BHS today to showcase the Air Show this weekend at March ARB.  Teams travel to high schools near upcoming airshows to talk about the role the Thunderbirds play in demonstrating the ability of the USAF and to encourage students to pursue their passions and become members of high performing teams.  After the presentation the members of the team were available to answer questions from the students about their careers and experiences.  



Senior Class Fundraisers

Whose head will be shaved??
There is currently a senior class fundraiser involving Mr. Herman, Mr. Centofranchi, Mr. Steele, Coach Flo, and Mr. Carter. Each has a large empty water bottle with their picture on it for donations.
The staff member with the most money raised will have to shave his head (technically buzz cut).
The donation bottles are located in front of the ASB room during lunch and in Mr. Centofranchi's office all other times.
Feel free to stop by any time and donate. Cash only!

We are also selling BHS lanyards (picture below) for $5 as a fundraiser for the Class of 2016. The lanyards are for sale in the business office.
BHS Lanyard
All proceeds for these fundraisers go directly to the graduating class of 2016

BHS Teacher of the Year!

Jon Florence - BHS Teacher of the Year!


It is our honor and pleasure to announce BHS’s teacher of the year! This year’s recognition goes to our beloved Jon Florence! Jon was selected by his peers for positively impacting the lives of BHS students everyday and for his ongoing and selfless commitment to our school. He goes above and beyond his role as a teacher and serves our students in so many capacities: PE, coach, leadership, ASB, Varsity Club advisor and Link Crew Advisor.  Jon never asks for, or expects anything in return. He is always positive and has such an optimistic outlook on life.  Kids gravitate to his energy and enthusiasm for learning and serving others. On behalf of his peers, we would like thank him for his 13 years of service to our students, school and community!



Class of 2020 Parent Orientation Night Presentation

Below is the presentation given by the BHS counseling department at our 9th Grade Pre-Registration meeting.


Parent Orientation Night Presentation

BHS Boys Tennis Article

Please read the following article about our Boys Tennis team published in the Press Enterprise.


Press Enterprise Article


Immunization Information

Please see the attached flyer for important information about SB 277 and changes in the law regarding immunizations.


SB 277 Flyer (English and Spanish)

BHS Welcomes New Football Coach

BHS is excited to share with you that on February 9, 2016, the Board of Trustees approved Wilfred (Will) Martin as the BHS Head Football coach  for the 2016-17 school year. 
Coach Martin is very excited about joining the Cougar family. He  is coming to us from Rancho Mirage, where he most recently served as the Defensive Coordinator.  In terms of coaching experience, Coach Martin has 21 years experience ranging from high school (7 yrs), defensive coordinator/assistant coach in community college (9 yrs), D1 assistant coach (5 yrs),and served as an NFL intern for 2 years with San Diego Chargers and Jacksonville Jaguars. He was also a D1 scholar-athlete.
Please join us welcoming Coach Martin! He is very eager to start coaching our boys and moving forward in building our program. You will start to see him around campus and after school on the fields. 
Coach Martin is hosting a player meeting on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 5:00 pm, and a parent meeting at 6:00 pm. Both meetings will be held in the MPR, Room H-106 next to the gymnasium.
Coach Martin - Welcome to the Beaumont family! 
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Please see the link below for introduction letters from Christina Pierce, Principal, and Coach Martin

BHS Girls Represent

Beaumont HS was well-represented at the 6th annual Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors Association Women In Sport Conference on Tuesday, February 2 at the Grove Community Church in Riverside. This year's theme was "Yeah, I Play Like A Girl", and featured four guest speakers with ties to the Inland Empire, including UCR athletic director Tamica Smith Jones, that addressed the attendees about a variety of topics. In all, approximately 1,500 female student-athletes from Riverside and San Bernardino Counties attended the conference.


From left to right: Kailie Grimes, Emily Heighes, Courtney Gray, Serena Patino, Kimberly Meza-Perez, Marissa Perez


27th Annual Chicano/Latino Youth Conference

See the attached flyer for information regarding the 27th Annual Chicano/Latino Youth Conference on Saturday, April 30, 2016 at UCR.


Chicano/Latino Youth Conference Flyer

US Marines Educators Workshop

The US Marine Corps would like to invite all interested teachers to attend their annual Educators Workshop.  The workshop in June 13-17 in San Diego, CA.  See the attached flier for more information and application.


Educators Workshop Invitation


U.S. News and World Report names Beaumont High School one of the nation's Best High Schools 2015!!!


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important message:

World Language Program Enrollment

Safety First

PARKING - Safety at BHS Parking Letter to all visitors 

Brookside Avenue entrances remain closed to visit traffic as part of public construction safety.  We ask all to support our measures to keep students and visitors safe. Thank you.


California School Immunization Law

California Health and Safety Code: Sections 120325-120375:

Under these statutes, children in California are required to receive certain immunizations in order to attend public and private elementary and secondary schools, child care centers, family day care homes, nursery schools, day nurseries, and developmental centers. Schools, child care centers, and family child care homes are required to enforce immunization requirements, maintain immunization records of all children enrolled, and submit reports.


​T​he California Legislature passed and on June 29, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed California Senate Bill 277 into law (Governor's Letter). The law, which does not take effect until July 1, 2016, removes the personal belief vaccine exemption for children attending daycare and public and private schools. 


​For information regarding SB 277, please refer to the link below:

SB 277 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Shots for


Our Technology Department seeks your input!  PLEASE take part in our Feedback Survey.  We are measuring the success and friendliness of our technology for classes and homework. We need to gather information from students, parents, and community stakeholders to help guide our 2016-19 Technology Plan.

Student Survey

Parent Survey

The deadline to provide input is January 15, 2016



student meals

Visit our Child Nutrition page to order meals and see menus!  It's All Here!


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BHS Mission & Vision

BHS Mission
Beaumont High School will maintain a positive learning environment to support a rigorous educational program focused on college and career readiness, which responds to students' academic, social, technological, physical, and social emotional needs.


BHS Vision
Beaumont high school is committed to advancing as a center of academic excellence and fostering the development of lifelong learners who act responsibly, safely, and respectfully towards all members of their community. All stakeholders in learning are dedicated to ensuring that students are prepared to face the challenges of an evolving world.

Attendance Office Phone Number

(951) 845-4011

District LCAP Goals

GOAL 1: Beaumont USD will provide an optimum learning and working environment by employing highly qualifying certificated and classified employees; maintaining the district facilities; providing  an instructional program to support 21st century learning skills.

GOAL 2: Beaumont USD will implement the common core state standards (CCSS) by designing the units of study for mathematics, English language arts/English language development, and science, social studies, & technical subjects in three phases; design, implementation, and review/revision.

GOAL 3: Beaumont USD will ensure a viable 21st century learning curriculum for all students that include full access and success in college and career preparatory courses. 

GOAL 4: Beaumont USD will ensure a positive climate and school culture for students by providing opportunities for them to build positive relationships with staff members and to access resources from the greater Beaumont community.