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Senior Information - Class of 2024

Senior Send Off

Graduating seniors have been invited to return to their respective elementary schools in MCCSC to celebrate the culmination of 12 years of school and walk the halls of their elementary school one last time. 

When: May 16th from 3:10 – 3:40

Seniors will check in at the main office and wear their caps & gowns. 

Rogers/Binford graduates will check in at Rogers first then will go to Binford. 

Class of 2024 Scholarships & Awards Form

Class of 2024 Scholarships & Awards Form
Congratulations on approaching the end of your high school career! There are many upcoming events to celebrate your accomplishments, and Senior Honor Night is among them. Senior Honors Night is scheduled for Thursday, May 9th in the BHSN Auditorium at 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

We'd like to recognize the awards, honors, and/or scholarships you've received on that evening by printing them in the Honor Night program.  To do so, though, we need information from you.   Some of these scholarships and awards will be presented during the awards program if they are community based scholarships or awards, others, however, will be recognized only in the printed program. 

This form provides you with the opportunity to list up to three awards, honors, or scholarships you've received. Answer each question by typing into the provided box. This information will be collected and printed in the Honor Night program. You may submit the form more than once if you have more than three awards to list.

Additionally, MCCSC and the Herald Times often request this information, and the details of the awards you report may be published in a special section of the local newspaper.

Submissions must be made by the end of school on Friday, May 3rd. 

Please see Mrs. Willis or you counselor if you have any questions.

Graduation Speech Tryouts

Any member of the Class of 2024 wishing to deliver a graduation speech during this year’s commencement will need to sign up for a time to present your speech in order to be considered. 

Tryouts will be on Wednesday, April 3rd, from 7:00 to 7:50 AM.  You will need to come by Mr. Aiken’s room (508) to sign up for a tryout time. 

Speeches must be less than three minutes in length and must be inclusive of all students’ experience at North, not about individual accomplishments. 

You must have five copies of your speech to present to the judges.

See Mr. Aiken or Mr. Leonard if you have questions.

Class of 2024 Commencement Information



It is with great pleasure that we announce the events and expectations for the 2024 Commencement Ceremony. The senior class has worked hard to reach this milestone, putting countless hours into academics and activities, and we are excited to celebrate their accomplishments over the next several weeks. We hope the information that follows will help you plan your schedule as we move towards graduation on May 25, 2024. Commencement will take place at the Bloomington High School North Main Gymnasium at 2:00 p.m. Details on all commencement related events are provided below.





Tuesday, April 23 – All Day – Distribution of Caps & Gowns & Graduation Tickets

Herff Jones will be at BHSN all day to distribute caps and gowns. Cap & Gown distribution will be in the LGI. Any student that has not yet purchased a cap and gown should visit the following link at Herff Jones. Seniors with Government/Economics on Gold days will pick up their cap and gown during class. All other seniors will pick up during lunches or at any other time in their schedule that is convenient. Any student needing financial assistance to cover the cost of the cap and gown should see their counselor immediately.


Tickets will be distributed with caps and gowns on Tuesday, April 23. Students will sign for their guest tickets to verify they have been distributed. Each senior will be issued (6) tickets. Unused tickets should be returned to the main office at BHSN. Seniors may request additional tickets by sending an email to Angie Osborne at You will be placed on a waiting list and additional tickets, if available will be distributed directly to students during graduation rehearsal on Friday, May 24th. Remember: All guests must have a ticket in order to enter the stadium. Those without a ticket can view the commencement livestream from home.


Monday, May 6 – Last Day for Submitting Outstanding School Fees/Fines

All fees and fines owed to Bloomington High School North must be paid by the end of the school day on Monday, May 6.  This includes all unreturned textbooks, instrument rental fees, library fines, and any unpaid fees for athletic equipment or apparel.  Students may check their fee or fine status at the BHSN bookstore. This list will be updated during the last week of school as textbooks from the current school year are collected.  For questions, please email Michelle Clendening at Students who do not take care of all fees and fines, return all school-issued textbooks or equipment, and attend the commencement rehearsal, may be excluded from participating in the graduation ceremony.


Thursday, May 9, 7:00 p.m. – Bloomington High School North Honors Night - Auditorium

Departmental awards begin at 6:00 p.m. followed by a reception and refreshments from 6:30-7:00. Senior award recognition will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the BHSN Auditorium. Seniors will receive invitations to one or both ceremonies if they are a recipient of awards during either program.


Any senior who wishes to be recognized in the ceremony booklet as a recipient of scholarships and/or financial awards from the college/university they plan to attend must complete the linked “Scholarship and Awards” form. This form may also be found under the Counseling Center tab on the BHS North Homepage. Scholarship information must be submitted by the end of the day on Friday, May 3rd to be printed in the program.  Self-reported scholarships and awards will be recognized in the printed program only. Students receiving additional awards, will receive an invitation to and will be presented their award during the Senior Honors Night Ceremony.



Thursday,  May 16 – Tuesday, May 21 – Final Exams & Device Collection

Though final exams may be mandatory for some courses (i.e. AP, dual credit, certification programs, etc.), not all courses will offer exams. Also, due to the AP Exam schedule overlapping our final exam schedule, we have revised the traditional final exam schedule. Teachers will communicate exam options to their classes. Final exams are scheduled on the following days: May 16 (G5), May 17 (M4), May 20 (G6, G7 & G8) (G5-Study Period), May 21 (M1, M2 & M3). Device collection will be during the last block of the day on May 21. All students will report to Den following M3 and M4 will not meet on the final day of school.


Friday, May 17, 8:00 a.m. – Senior Breakfast and Class Meeting

Breakfast will be in the cafeteria. Seniors should report directly to the cafeteria at 8:00 a.m.  Pictures for the Senior slideshow should be submitted to A senior class picture will follow breakfast on the steps of the entrance into the building at the bus circle.


 Friday, May 24– Mandatory Commencement Rehearsal (1:00-3:00 p.m.) 

Graduates should arrive at 1:00 p.m. and must be in their assigned seats in the main gym by 1:15 p.m. for final attendance. Students who do not attend rehearsal cannot walk at graduation and you must be present for the entire rehearsal. Any student unable to attend or remain for the entire rehearsal will need to email Mrs. Willis ( in advance for approval, otherwise attendance is mandatory.


Saturday, May 25– Commencement Ceremony at 2:00 p.m.

  • Final attendance will be taken at 1:30 p.m. in the auxiliary gym.
  • Graduates may arrive at BHSN beginning at 1:00 p.m. 
  • Seniors are encouraged to carpool or be dropped off by families. Seniors should park in the lower lot and enter door N16 (Aux Gym entrance by baseball field)
  • Reminder: Only Graduates are permitted in the staging area (Auxiliary Gym)
  • Any student not in line and dressed appropriately (BHSN approved cap, gown, and tassel from Herff Jones) for final attendance will not be permitted to participate in the Commencement Ceremony.
  • Commencement is a serious and formal ceremony designed to honor our graduates.  Out of respect for all the graduates, we ask that parents and guests help us by holding their celebration and applause until after all the names are read.
  • Caps, gowns, and tassels may not be altered in any manner. Students with altered caps, gowns, or tassels will not participate in the ceremony.
  • Students will receive all school issued cords in advance or the day of rehearsal. Any personalized or non-school cords, stoles or other adornments will need prior approval by administration to be worn during the commencement ceremony.
  • Students will receive their diploma covers during the ceremony but will need to report to the auxiliary gym to receive their diploma packet after the ceremony. 
  • Cell phones must be turned off.
  • Students should not have backpacks, purses, or bags or other personal belongings during the ceremony as you will not be able to leave them at your seats or carry anything when walking across the stage to receive your diploma.
  • Accessible seating for guests will be available in various locations in the upper/lower levels of the gymnasium.

Seniors may locate information related to commencement and other important information on the BHSN website, Information for SENIORS will be located on the “Counseling Center” tab. Information will be sent via Canvas and ParentSquare to students and families. If you have any questions or concerns about the information provided in this letter, you can reach out by email ( or by phone (812-330-7724 ext. 50255) at your convenience.


Thank you, seniors, for a wonderful year.  The accomplishments of the seniors in the Class of 2024 are truly remarkable.  The BHSN community looks forward to celebrating with you on May 25th!





Mr. Matthew Stark, Principal &

Mrs. Jessica Willis, Senior Class Assistant Principal

Class of 2024 Commencement Information Letter

Class of 2024 Newsletter

Link to Class of 2024 Newsletter

Topics include:

  • BHSN Graduation Information
  • May 1st College Decision Day
  • Deciding Between Colleges from a Parent Perspective
  • FAFSA Updates
  • Financial Aid Appeals
  • Featured Scholarship:  19th Century Club
  • Ivy Tech Free Summer Classes
  • Buttons with links to BHSN Scholarship Listing, BHSN Honor Night Award Submission,

PreCollege & Summer Programs, and Indiana Career Explorer

  • Indiana Next Level Jobs with a link to InDemand Jobs

Senior Exit Survey: Class of 2024

Attention Class of 2024!

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Senior Exit Survey: Class of 2024