Upcoming Events:



Need a solution for the expensive Prom dress? Prom season is right around the corner; whether you are looking to save some money or earn a few dollars, BHHS Prom resale event is the perfect fit for you.

The event will be held Saturday, February 28th, from 10.am-2pm. at the Bunker Hill High School Multi-purpose Room. If you are looking to earn some cash or donate a dress, we are charging a $5.00 dress entry fee which gets you unlimited dress entries and $2.00 for accessory entries such as shoes, purses and jewelry.

Dresses will be accepted from Friday February 28th, 8:00 a.m., until 3:00 pm and on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Dresses should be in good quality and gently worn with no rips or tears.
Dress will need to be picked up after the sale on Saturday from 2:00-3:00pm. There will be no admission charge, so come out and support your local community!

For more information, contact Mrs. Bristol at cbristol@bhschools.org. {FLYER}

Give the gift of LIFE!

Bunker Hill High School Student Council is hosting a Blood Drive Thursday, March 5th, 8:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. through the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. Hosting a High School Blood drive offers students the opportunity to engage in community service and build class spirit, while it provides education on the importance of donating blood and the impact students can have on saving lives in their community.
You must be 16 years or older and weigh at least 110bls to be able to donate.
Click HERE for additional information. If you are 16 years and attend BHHS, please bring the signed consent form. The form is located HERE.
Community members who wish to donate are encouraged to sign up for a time by visiting the high school office or calling 618-585-3232.

Thanks for the Gift of Life!

blood drive flyer

Student Of The Month: JACOB MUELLER

Jacob Mueller The February Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Jacob Mueller, son of Don and Michelle Mueller.  He has one older sister, Lauren, who is a senior at Lindenwood University.  During High School, Jacob played basketball and football all four years.  He participated in FFA for four years and was elected President his senior year.  Jacob has been a member of the high school band and plays the tenor saxophone.    He is a member of the National Honor Society and has been on the Principal’s list all four years.  His football honors include team captain Junior and Senior year, Minutemen award and Always Hustle award his Junior year and Team MVP Senior Year.  He earned Honorable Mention All Conference Quarterback and Second Team All Conference Safety during his high school career.  He was a member of the Homecoming Court Sophomore and Senior years.  Outside of school, Jacob enjoys hunting, fishing, trapshooting, and hanging out with friends.  He is currently on the Work Co-op Program and works for Sloan Implement in Carlinville.  Jacob’s fondest high school memory is throwing the touchdown pass that beat Mt. Olive for the first time in school history.  His favorite sport is football.  His future plans are to attend a university to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering. 


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!