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Frequently Asked Questions


  • How do I enroll to become a full-time student?


    Steps to become a full-time student:

    1. Meet with the student’s current school counselor to fill out an internal transfer form

    2. Fill out an open enrollment form

    3. Once the forms are received, BOHS will call to schedule an appointment with the prospective student to meet with BOHS administration for admission to the school.

    Out-of District

    Steps to become a full-time student:

    1. Please fill out an open enrollment form

    2. Fill out New Student Registration

    3. Once the forms are received, BOHS will call to schedule an appointment with the prospective student to meet with BOHS administration for admission to the school

    4. Please bring a transcript, attendance record, and disciplinary record to the appointment.

  • Yes, if you are an in-district student.  A virtual sign-up for courses will be sent out two weeks before each trimester begins to sign up for courses. At the beginning of the trimester, the courses will be added to the student's schedule, and the students can access them through Classlink in either Schoology or Buzz. ​​​​​​​

  • Yes, if you are approved as a full-time student after meeting with the school administration. BOHS students usually live within a 90-mile radius of the school district (except Williamsburg Learning). ​​​​​​​

  • If you are a full-time BOHS student, you may get approved to take courses at one of the other in-district high schools. Please contact the counselor at BOHS to arrange the details of your schedule. ​​​​​​​

  • BOHS full-time students may try out or participate in extracurricular activities at their boundary school. For attendance to other special activities, permission from the school may be required. ​​​​​​​

  • The classes are part of a free public education for full-time and dual-enrolled students. A fee will be charged if it is a dual-credit college course or a credit recovery course. For dual-credit courses, advanced opportunities funding will be utilized if available. A class designated as credit recovery will have a $75 course fee paid before the class will be assigned to the student. ​​​​​​​

Online Support and Activities

  • We have some great opportunities to get involved at BOHS. 

    • Hope Squad is a peer to peer suicide prevention program that works to create positive connections and a culture of acceptance. Students are trained to recognized suicidal warning signs and how to respectfully get help from a trusted adult. They are NOT trained to be counselors.   

    • Student Council - Officers are chosen at the first of the year, but students are welcome to join in with activities and events. Watch the newsletter for ways to participate or call the office for details on how to join a meeting. 

    • Business Professionals of America - The Mission of Business Professionals of America is to develop and empower student leaders to discover their passion and change the world by creating opportunities in learning, professional growth and service. As a co-curricular organization, Business Professionals of America has the ability to enhance student participation in professional, civic, service and social endeavors. Business Professionals of America members participate in these activities to accomplish their goals of self-improvement, leadership development, professionalism, community service, career development, public relations, student cooperation, safety and health. For more information about joining our chapter please contact Mr. Weight

  • Teachers are here to support you in your online learning and there are many ways to reach out for help. Please email, text, or come to the office. Teachers are also in the BOHS building at least three days a week. Refer to the teacher calendar for details. Another great place to look for academic support is feedback left in assignments. Make sure to check that out if you see a feedback box by the assignment or comments left in an assignment. Please refer to the About section of the website for more details. 

  • Yes! We have multiple labs in the building that serve students. However, the main lab is open to any students Monday through Friday 8:00 - 4:00. For some labs, students are assigned to receive extra support in their online classes. Stop by and see how you can get support from teachers and find a comfortable environment to work on your classes. ​​​​​​​

  • Every senior will have their name put on an “Embrace the Climb” whiteboard at the BOHS building. As they decide their “next step” after high school, we will fill it out on the board. We will then celebrate with the student, BOHS staff, and their families. Please fill out the Senior Survey form to help us gather the information.

    Mountaineers! We want to celebrate with you as you exemplify good student habits, progress in courses, recover from a setback, or persevere through a difficult task. As these things are noticed, teachers may present you with an “Embrace the Climb” ticket, either in person or virtually. Please bring the tickets to the office for a small treat and the ticket will be entered into a raffle for a larger prize at the end of each month. We look forward to recognizing your great efforts.

Graduation and School Requirements

  • Please refer to our course catalog for more details on current course selection. Students may also schedule time with a counselor to help develop a schedule based on classes needed for graduation. 

    Course Catalog Link

  • At BOHS, students are required to have a minimum of 46 credits. However, credits obtained need to include the correct requirements for graduation.

  • Yes! Each year we celebrate with our graduates at an in-person ceremony with cap and gown. It is usually scheduled at one of the in-district performing arts centers in the evening. Details are shared in the Senior Newsletter each fall.
  • BOHS is a fully accredited high school where a full diploma is awarded at graduation.
  • Williamsburg Learning is an online curriculum provider and family of schools serving students in grades 6-12. They offer high-quality, flexible courses emphasizing the liberal arts/classical ed, leadership training, a dynamic school culture of belonging, and tech intentionality (learning to leverage technology and limit its influence upon our lives). They partner with BOHS to provide the Williamsburg Curriculum at little to no cost to families.

General School Questions

  • Yes, there is student parking west of the BOHS building. Please park in the south row labeled with the BOHS parking sign. If you are parking regularly during the week, please purchase a parking pass at the BOHS office.
  • All students are expected to come into Bonneville Online High School for their final exam. For full-time BOHS students, please come to the computer lab at the building M-F 8:00 - 4:00. Extended hours will be offered during finals week. During finals week, each high school offers proctored final times for dual-enrolled students. Please Note: Once a final has been submitted, it is final. New submissions of assignments will not be accepted after the submission of a final exam. Make sure that your grade is the best that it can be BEFORE you take the final. Corrections to assignments AFTER you take the final will not be accepted.
  • Yes, there is transportation from each high school to the BOHS building. Students will ride their current bus to their boundary school, where they will board a transfer bus to the TCHS/BOHS campus and will arrive around 9:00. At the end of the day, they can board the bus at 3:34 to either HHS or TRHS. There is a transfer bus back to the high schools at 12:50 on Tuesday thru Friday.
  • Yes, a Chromebook will be checked out to each full-time student when they enroll in courses. It is recommended that the student purchases the protection plan through the district. Students may use their own devices at home if they want. Only district devices will work in the building.

  • We are in the process of building a school library located in the counseling office. We have a limited number of books students can check out from BOHS, including the required novels from the online courses.
  • BOHS students will be given a free school photo ID card if they get a school picture, or they may purchase an activity card for $11.