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Celebrating our 50th School Year

The class of 2016-2017 will be the 50th graduating class at BCHS!

10804 Highway 82
Nahunta, GA 31553

Phone: (912) 462-5121
Fax: (912) 462-5123

Principal: Nehemiah Cummings




Mission Statement:

BCHS will provide a learning environment which keeps students actively engaged in learning and prepares students with knowledge and skills to transition into a post secondary institution or into an entry level position into the world of work.

School Supply List

General Supplies for BCHS:

Ink pens


Notebook Paper

3 ring notebooks

Recommended Calculator: TI 30XS Multiview (Texas Instruments)

*Individual teachers may require additional supplies

FBLA Officer

FBLA would like to invite you to become an officer and be part of the largest student business organization in the country. If you want to have fun, go places, meet new people, win awards, and make a difference, then FBLA is the place for you. Students who are interested in becoming an FBLA officer for the upcoming year need to pick up an application from Mrs. Whitaker in room 511. The application deadline is Monday, May 1. Choose to lead today!

Chapter_Officer_Application 17.docx


Seniors, if you have committed to a college please see the guidance office so we can create your poster for the court.

If your student has a device that he or she will be using with our Wi-Fi, the device must be registered. Click here to register the device.  Students using a device at school must be on the school's Wi-Fi network.

Links and Important Information
  • Graduation PetitionGraduation Petition

    On Monday, March 30, 2015, Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 91 into law. This law provides that students shall no longer be required to earn a passing score on any graduation tests to earn a high school diploma. The law also applies to students who are no longer enrolled to petition the local board of education for a diploma whose sole reason for not receiving a high school diploma was due to not passing any part of the graduation test. 

    If this law applies to you, you must complete the attached form and submit completed form to Lori G. McNease, Counselor, at Brantley County High School via mail or in person. If submitting a petition by mail, include a scanned/copied image of your driver's license, or government issued photo identification. 

    Once the form is received, verification will be made within 10 days. Once you are approved, you will be notified when to pick up your diploma. Diploma pick up days will be on Fridays. 
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