Welcome To Byron Center High School

Byron Center High School 8500 Burlingame SW Byron Center, MI 49315 p: (616) 878-6600 f: (616) 345-1922
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Principal Scott Joseph

Welcome to Byron Center High School!

Our mission is to help each and every student build a success story, to find his or her passion, and to connect, collaborate, and create along the way. Our students will work hard, play hard, and learn the value of both as they connect with peers, staff, and the community. Students will learn to persevere through hard times, learn to respect themselves and others even when they disagree, and build integrity into each decision of their life. They will learn about grace and forgiveness as they discover the best version of themselves in the hard work of striving toward excellence. 

BC P.R.I.D.E. is our acronym that stands for Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discovery, and Excellence.  Students lead students in lessons, challenge each other in thinking through the seven habits of highly effective people, as they work toward preparing for college and career readiness. Students prepare for the SAT, learn about college options, career choices, and military branches. Twice per week, students have 30 minutes they can use for intervention, extension, homework time, reading time, or time to learn about careers, colleges, military, meet with clubs, and more. 

BCHS has academics, athletics and arts programs that are top in the state and recognized nationally. BCHS is currently ranked #24 in Michigan by U.S. News and World Report, but we are more proud of the individual stories of each of our kids as they walk across the stage at graduation and make us proud by living into their own individual success story. 

 

Save your Receipts The high school is participating in Direct Your Dollars to earn money for our school. Save your Family Fare, D&W or any Spartan store receipt. Drop them off at the high school office throughout the year.
Work Permits Once a student gets hired the State of Michigan requires students under 18 to have a work permit on file with their employer. Work permits are available in the high school office. Students will fill out the top section, employer will fill out the middle section, then the high school will fill out the bottom section. Students will then bring the permit to their employer to have on file as required by State of Michigan.

About Us

Office Hours during the School Year 
Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 3:15pm
Friday: 7:30am - 3:00pm

Phone number: 616.878.6600
Attendance Line: 616.878.6610
Attendance email: bchsattendance@bcpsk12.net 
Counseling Office email: hscounseling@bcpsk12.net
Fax number: 616.345.1922

To request transcripts for graduates or current students, order records here.