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Please check out the homecoming website attached that Mrs. Bristol's web design students made in order to keep you updated on all the events and to take the interactive polls! HOMECOMING WEBSITE


Latest News:

Nolan CauleyThe October Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Nolan Cauley.  Nolan’s parents are Michael and Wendy Cauley, and he has one brother, Nathan.  Nolan participates in Scholastic Bowl and in the band, playing the trombone.  Some of his honors include being accepted into the National Honor Society and participating in the Olympiad his freshman year.  Nolan also has done peer tutoring at school.  Some of Nolan’s activities outside of school include 4-H shooting sports and being active in his youth group at the First Baptist Church of Bethalto.  After high school, Nolan plans to attend SIUE in the field of Mechanical Engineering.  The highlight of his school year is the band competition trip.

 Ashley Wadsworth Student of the month

The September Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Ashley Wadsworth. She is the daughter of Brent and Traci Wadsworth. Ashley has one sister, Alison Wadsworth. She participated in cheerleading for two years, dance for two years, and softball for all four years. Ashley also participates in concert band and pep band, playing the flute. She has remained on the Principal’s List and Honor Roll throughout high school. Ashley is active in Bluff City Fastpitch Softball and their ongoing community service activities, along with other community service projects. She plans to major in communications and obtain a graduate degree in Speech Pathology. Ashley’s fondest high school memory was winning first place at the IHSA Sectionals for cheerleading.

Academic improvement award


In April 2013, Bunker Hill High School was 1 of 125 schools across the state awarded the 2013 Academic Improvement Award--2013 Illinois Honor Roll.  To achieve this honor, schools across the state posted substantial test score gains in either reading and mathematics or show an upward trend in state test results.  Congratulations to the faculty, staff, and students for their dedication to excel!