The Bonsall School district covers many zip codes in the cities of Bonsall, Fallbrook, Oceanside and Vista. Please visit the district boundaries map for verification of your address in the Bonsall School District
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Canvas Learning Management System
Canvas is the Learning Management System (LMS) of Bonsall High School. Parents with new students can apply to be an observer to see student assignments, due dates, announcements and other course content.
Bonsall Education Foundation
Established in 2008, the Bonsall Education Foundation (BEF) is committed to encouraging a positive sense of community, collaboration among all district organizations and awareness of the need for private funds for public education.
We are a small foundation that serves only the Bonsall Unified School District. With under 2,500 students in our district we offer big programs that cater to each school's needs for educational enrichment.
Our Mission is to Provide the following to Bonsall Schools:
- Music Performance Opportunities for Students
- Afterschool Enrichment Classes
- Bonsall Sprouts Garden Program
- Grants for Special Projects
- Bonsall School House Restoration
The BEF Board of Directors, Advisory Board and Enrichment Sub-Committees volunteer their time and talents to facilitate the programs BEF offers. We encourage the community to participate with BEF in any way possible to ensure the success of our students.
BEF’s primary focus is fundraising for district educational programs that would otherwise be unavailable to students. We produce several large fundraising campaigns/events throughout the year, however patron donations can be made at any time.
BEF accepts donations for any of our programs , at any time throughout the year!
Bonsall Unified School District
Parent Information and Networking Group (PING)
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Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand. We support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices. Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.
Breakfast is served from 7:45 to 8:45 at the high school.
Pre-sales of the yearbook begin December 1st each year and end January 31st each year. A limited supply of yearbooks will be on sale in May for an increased price. To pre-order your yearbook please visit Jostens.
Classes at Bonsall High School within our Career Technical Education program prepare students for trade professions directly out of high school. Trade professions in California are expected to grow to 38% of all new jobs by 2025. Bonsall High School is working with Palomar College and the San Diego/Imperial Counties Strong Workforce Program to bring classes necessary for students to gain the skills needed for these new jobs.
University of California / California State University Eligibility
At Bonsall High School, students must be complete specific course work to be eligible for UC or CSU admissions. A-G course work is completed by less than 45% of students in the state. Bonsall High School is committed for all students to be A-G compliant for post-secondary education.
UC A-G Admissions Requirements
A-G Courses at BHS
CSU Admissions Requirements
Bonsall High School is proud to have an innovative relationship with Palomar College. College courses are available for all Bonsall students and are offered at BHS, online, and at Palomar College. The tuition cost of these courses is waived. College classes have a higher credit value on high school transcripts and often provide an additional grade point average boost. Attend a Bonsall / Palomar orientation meeting held each semester to find out more details about starting your college career in high school.
Students will also have the opportunity to apply for the Palomar Promise which covers most of the cost for the first year of college at Palomar.