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School Site Council Information

Contact Information

Main Office

Donna Hughett

(951) 845-3171 x 2000


Attendance Office

To report or clear absence

Imelda Encizo: (951) 845-4011

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ASB Store Hours

Wednesday Morning

7:30 - 8:20




Both 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. 

Non-Discrimination Policy - 2017

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

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

New Library Webpage

Our BHS library is new and improved!  We also have a new website for the library.

BHS Library Page

In the future, this link will be accessible in the sidebar on the left.

BHS Marching Band

Check out our own BHS Marching Band performing at halftime.


Halftime Show


Go Cougars!

Stay Connected with BHS

Please see the attached flier for information on how to stay connected with BHS through Facebook, Twitter, Remind, Illuminate, and the Beaumont USD app.


Stay Connected with BHS





We have moved.  The new BHS website can be found at


New BHS Website





Cougars in the News

Read the following article about BHS student C.J. Clemons

Senior Tributes and Quotes Announcement

Attention parents of BHS seniors: Due to high demand, we have extended the deadline for submitting senior tributes! We will now accept senior tributes until WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th. See Mr. Meyer in room D1, or email for a copy of the order form. Please make sure all materials and payment have been submitted NO LATER than February 7th, as yearbook printing deadlines mean we cannot extend the due date any further!


Senior quotes are also coming due for all seniors! If your child wishes to have a senior quote included in the yearbook, they must be submitted no later than WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th at midnight. To submit a quote, students simply use any device to navigate to and complete the senior quote form in full. Quotes must be limited to 140 characters or less, and must be submitted exactly as they want them to appear in the yearbook. No emojis please! (Note: Any quotes deemed not school appropriate will not be included in the book!) 


Congratulations to Olivia Vara

Olivia Vara, a senior at BHS, auditioned for and was accepted into the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) Honor band.  Almost 2,000 students auditioned in Glendale last weekend and only 180 were accepted.  She has played the euphonium for eight years and has been in band for 10 years.  She will represent Beaumont performing arts this coming January at the annual SCSBOA Honor Bands performance at Chapman University.  



New CA State Dashboard

Dear Parents/Guardians,


The Department of Education has released the Beaumont Unified School District’s 2016-17 school year data on the California School Dashboard, which reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, English learner progress and suspension rates.


The District is very proud of our student achievement and continued success in college and career readiness. For more information, specific to the Beaumont Unified School District and to your school site, please visit


What is the California Dashboard?


The California School Dashboard (watch video) is part of California’s new school accountability system based on the Local Control Funding Formula implemented in 2013. The dashboard is a step in a series of major shifts in public education that have raised the bar for student learning, transformed testing and placed the focus on equity for all students.


What’s different?


In the past, accountability systems for districts and schools relied heavily on test scores. But one test taken on one particular day doesn’t provide a complete picture of all the ways schools are helping students succeed. The Dashboard provides information on different aspects of student performance, which will give a more complete picture of a school’s progress. The Dashboard also reports on growth to show a school’s trajectory over time.


The District and our schools will have access to state support and opportunities to work with education leaders on new and better ways to improve teaching and learning. While we are making progress in many key areas there is always more work to do. Meeting goals will take a united effort, and we look forward to working with our families to ensure success for every student.

Mrs. Downer's AP English classes recently read The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien. Based on O'Brien's experiences, it is a fictional Vietnam War book which tells the stories of many soldiers in a particular unit. Students participated in a service project as a part of this unit in which they brought items to donate to the USO. Pictured are a few students and some of the items which were donated.  There are hundreds of personal necessity items such as toothbrushes and soap along with some treats which will be donated to traveling troops.


BHS/SGMS Combined Choir Performance

Congratulations to our BHS Employees of the Year!

Please join us in congratulating two amazing staff members! We will celebrate them at the Holiday luncheon Monday, December 18.
Angelina Reinbolz - History and AVID Coordinator



Rick Telezinski  - Custodian 3 (Lead)

Multiliteracy Award Winners

Congratulations to all of the BHS students who were awarded with the RCOE Seal of Multiliteracy!


Congratulations to Katalina Peterson

Congratulations to Katalina Peterson for taking First Place in the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District Student Speak Off state contest in Sacramento!  Click on the link below for the Record Gazette's article about Katalina and the competition.


Record Gazette Article



Congratulations to BHS Students

Several BHS students competed in the "2017 Inland Empire Resource Conservation District Speak Off" in Higland.  The “Inland Empire Resource Conservation District (IERCD) is a public agency that focuses on open space preservation, wildland rehabilitation, and education and outreach. IERCD hosts an annual Speak-Off competition each year for high school students focused on conservation.This was the first year that we've had students from Beaumont participate in the competition, which featured 33 students from various high schools.  Katalina Peterson and Jamie Goodrich from BHS placed 1st and 2nd, respectively!  Katalina will move on now to participate in the state competition in Sacramento on November 17.  Congratulations to Katalina and Jaime, and good luck to Katalina in the next round.



Congratulations to NHS

Congratulations to our 2017-18 Beaumont High School NHS students!

SRO Officer Assigned to BHS

The Beaumont Unified School District is pleased to announce that in partnership with the Beaumont Police Department, a School Resource Officer (SRO) will be assigned to support our secondary school sites, effective Monday, October 2. Officer Castro will be stationed at Beaumont High School, but available to support all secondary sites.


The School Resource Officer’s role includes:


  • Acting as an integral part of the Campus Crisis Response Team, and to review and give input regarding the School Safety Plan.

  • Working cooperatively to reduce the incidence of student truancy.

  • Serving as a mentor and role model for students.

  • Working with school administrators and other law enforcement personnel to act swiftly and cooperatively when responding to major disruptions at school.

  • Reporting and documenting crimes that occur on campus and investigate crimes that occur at school.

  • Partnering with other law enforcement officials in the investigations of criminal offenses which occur off-campus, but within the surrounding community.

BHS Mission, Vision, & Goals

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.


School Goal #1

Beaumont High School will ensure a viable 21st century learning environment for all students that includes full access to the CA State Standards and college and career preparatory courses. Students will participate in activities and utilize tools and technology in order to meet the new college and career indicators.


School Goal #2

Beaumont High School 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.


Instructional Focus Statement

Students will be able to construct viable arguments with increasing complexity, build upon other ideas, and critique the reasoning of others, both orally and in writing, across content areas, using evidence from multiple sources.


BHS will accomplish this by:

1. Providing a 21st century learning environment through updated curriculum, the use of instructional strategies centered around the 4 Cs (emphasized instructional strategy - Close Reading), and realigning our assessments to mirror the CAASPP.

2. Providing a positive school climate by implementing consistent practices, support systems such as restorative justice, and ensuring equity for all.

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

SB 277 Flier - English and Spanish

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Attendance Office Phone Number

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District LCAP Goals

GOAL 1:  Beaumont USD will provide an optimum learning and working environment by employing, developing, and retaining highly-qualified and diverse certificated, classified and substitute employees and maintaining the district facilities for the benefit of the students.


GOAL 2: Beaumont USD will ensure a viable 21st century learning environment for all students that includes full access and success in CA State Standards & college and career preparatory courses.


GOAL 3: Beaumont USD will ensure a positive climate and school culture for students by providing opportunities for them to build positive relationships and to access resources from Beaumont and the larger community.

BHS Meal Programs

Breakfast service is as follows:

M,Tu, Th, & Fri: 6:30 am – 7:45 am

Wednesday (Late Start): 7:15 am – 8:45 am

Cougar Cafe, Grab & Go, and outdoor carts will be available for service each morning.


In addition to breakfast and lunch, we now offer After School Supper 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm under the shade structure in front of the cafeteria near the picnic tables. 


All children 18 and under eat FREE