Upcoming Events:

BHHS Student Council kick off the Secret Santa Project by selling stars at HS boys and girls basketball games. Money raised will help support families in need over the holidays. {More Info}

During Computer Science Education Week, December 8-14, 2014, Mrs. Bristol's Computer courses will be taking part in The Hour of Code. We will be joining 100 million students worldwide to do an hour of computer science coding in order to get our students excited about computer science careers. {More Info}

SnowmanThe yearbook staff is promoting school spirit next week by asking the faculty and student body to participate in some fun dress-up activities.  We’re hoping to have fun while getting the students “pumped up” for final exams and the holiday break!

1st Prize - $10 Subway Card

2nd Prize - $5 Subway Card

3rd Prize - $5 Subway Card

4th Prize – Free name stamp ($5 Value) on their purchased Yearbook.



Christmas character day.  Dress up like your favorite holiday character ie…Elf, Santa, Grinch, Frosty...maybe a Christmas tree?


Red and Green Day.


Ugly Sweater Day. (faculty jean day)


Pajama Day.


Formal Dress Up - Christmas Party.  Dress in formal attire.

Latest News:

Student Of The Month:

Shelby HutsonThe December Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Shelby Hutson. She is the daughter of Aaron and Sara Hutson and the sister of Cassie Hellrung and AJ Hutson. She is involved in volleyball, drama, and community service club. Shelby is also the president of the community service club. Shelby has been on the high honor roll all four years of high school. She is in the National Honors Society, is the Sr. School Board Member, and is ranked third in her class. Shelby was also nominated for the Daughters of the American Revolution scholarship. Shelby plans to attend a four year university in order to receive a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Spanish. She then plans to continue on to Law school to become a child advocacy lawyer. When looking back on her years spent at Bunker Hill High School, Shelby says that her fondest memory is being involved in a varsity sport because of all the wonderful memories and friendships she has made through it.

Anna DeyAnna is the daughter of Doug and Stephanie Dey, and she has two sisters, Ashley and Alicia.

The November Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Anna Dey.

Anna participates in basketball, is the President of Student Council, is the Vice-President of her Senior Class, is an Editor in Yearbook, is a member of the Community Service Club, and is a leader in a new club that started last year, FCA or Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Anna has been on High Honor Roll throughout high school and was inducted into National Honors Society last year as a junior.

Outside of school Anna is very active in her church, Berean Baptist Church, and enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

Anna is currently undecided about what to do after high school. She is looking into going to Faith Baptist Bible College to study the Bible for a year or going to Lewis and Clark Community College to become a nurse. She is still seeking God’s will for her future.

Anna’s fondest high school memory was being able to start FCA and spread the news of Jesus Christ to not only the student body but also to the community.


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!