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    BREMERTON HIGH SCHOOL

    2017-18 School Performance Report

    The Bremerton School District is very proud of our students' accomplishments. Each year, the Bremerton School District compiles data for a report to families and the community to highlight each school's academic performance and goals. These reports, released in the fall, include information from the previous school year and are available electronically and at each school in the main office.
     
    Our Building
    Bremerton High School’s main building opened in 1988. The campus is situated on a fifteen-acre site with a stadium and athletic fields. The school contains 55 regular classrooms and three portables, which are supported by a library media center, four computer labs, gymnasium, band room, choir room, piano lab, graphics and photography lab, television lab, weight room, and modern science labs. Our school also hosts an auto shop that was renovated in 1995 and a state-of-the-art performing arts center which is used by both school and community groups.
     
    Our District
    The Bremerton School District serves a community of 43,000 residents in and around the City of Bremerton, WA. The District consists of :
    • Four elementary schools (grades K-5)
    • One Early Learning Center (grades PS-3)
    • One STEM Academy (grades PS-8)
    • One middle school (grades 6-8)
    • One high school (grades 9-12)
    • One alternative high school (grades 9-12)
    • One dropout reengagement program (grades 9-12)
    • Bremerton Home Link (a K-8 homeschool partnership program)

    Enrollment in the District is approximately 5,200 students. The District also serves as the host for the West Sound Technical Skills Center, a cooperative career-technical educational program for students in grades 11 and 12.


    Our Mission
    Bremerton High School is a safe, caring environment where a collaborative staff is committed to the academic achievement and growth of each student. We strive to assist every student in connecting their current plans to their own future goals within a learning environment that engages each student in meaningful learning activities that will prepare that student with the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary for post-high school success. 
     

    Student Information

    Student Demographics
    Enrollment
    October 2017 Student Count   1176
    May 2018 Student Count   1091
    Gender (October 2017)
    Male   48.5%
    Female   51.5%
    Race/Ethnicity (October 2016)
    American Indian/Alaskan Native   0.9%
    Asian   6.7%
    Black/African American   5.6%
    Hispanic/Latino of any races (s)   16.8%
    Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander   1.7%
    White   52.0%
    Two or More Races   16.3%
    Special Programs
    English Learners   6.2%
    Low Income   58.0%
    Student with Disabilities (Special Education)   15.5%
    Migrant (May 2018)   0.7%
    Section 504 (May 2018)   3.7%
     

    Many factors influence school achievement, such as attendance and class size. Measuring these characteristics and others, helps the staff understand the student population.This enables the school and District to better meet students’ needs.

    Staff Information

    Certificated Staff
    Administrators: 4
    Classroom Teachers: 72
    Library Media Specialist: 1
    Counselors: 5
    Average Years of Teacher Experience: 13.30
    Teachers with at least a Master’s Degree: 7
     
    Classified Staff
    Paraeducators: 15
    Clerical Staff: 10
    Child Nutrition Staff: 9
    Custodial Staff: 6
     
    Staff Statistics
    Certificated staff are approved by the state for teaching, administration, or special jobs. Classified employees perform duties not requiring official state certification. You have the right to ask about the specific qualifications of your child’s teacher.
     

    Financial Information

    Each school in Bremerton is allocated funds to support its educational program. These funds are managed by the school and are used for such things as textbooks, instructional materials, basic supplies, printing, equipment, technology, and staff training.

    In addition, each school’s Associated Student Body (ASB) raises funds from the students and community. ASB funds may only be used for student-centered, non-instructional purposes, and expenditures must be approved by the ASB governing body. Additional financial information can be obtained from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
     
    School Budget
    District Allocation: $147,191
    ASB Beginning Balance: $176,468
    ASB Ending Balance: $145,650
     
    The State of Washington is the main source of funds for public schools, contributing approximately 79 percent of the cost of education. To make up the difference, schools obtain needed funds through local levies and federal programs. In Bremerton, the local funds account for 13 percent of the total district budget, and Federal programs 8 percent. The educational program of the Bremerton School District is budgeted at $13,691 for each full-time student. These funds are allocated from the state, Federal programs, and levy funds. 
     
    TOTAL AVERAGE COST FOR FULL-TIME STUDENT
    State Allocation & Grants: $9,953
    Federal Programs: $1,085
    Levy Funds: $2,653
    TOTAL: $13,691 
     

    State/Federal Mandated Assessments

    The Bremerton School District participates in the state/federal mandated Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) for ELA and Math at grades 3 through 8, and 10 and the WCAS Science at grades 5, 8 and 11. To view our school’s test results in English Language Arts, Math and Science please visit the OSPI Report Card

    Comprehensive Learning Plan Update

    Parents can view our current Comprehensive School Improvement Plan. Please contact your school if you have any questions. 

     

    You are invited and encouraged to get involved with Bremerton School District.  Contact your child’s school or the District Office about volunteering in our schools.

    You can make a difference!

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