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8th grade promotion photos

Attention 8th Grade Students

On April 16th and 17th, Classic Image will be on campus to take promotion photos during PE classes. Link to purchase pictures coming soon.

8th grade promotion photos

Eighth Grade Promotion will be held on Tuesday, June 4th, 2024 at 9:30 a.m. in the gymnasium.  Seating will begin at 9:00 a.m. Since seating is limited, we are asking that only immediate family attend the program.

Promotion participation is subject to grades, attendance, and behavior.  Additionally, students should be free from obligations to the library and ASB accounting office.  Students must pass all six of their classes both semesters of their 8th grade year.  If students do not earn all passing grades both semesters, they may still participate if they earn a combined GPA of 2.0 or higher for both semesters of 8th grade. A grade of D is considered passing.  Please note that both first and second semester grades are factored into promotion eligibility.

Bellflower’s dress code for students will be strictly enforced. Students not adhering to dress code policy will be prohibited from participation in the ceremony. Appropriate dress includes clothes typically worn to a nice occasion. If there is a question about appropriate attire, please contact the middle school office.  

Balloons, signs, banners, and any noisemakers will NOT be allowed during the ceremony.  

Please enter and exit the school through the front gate or Nutrition Center gate. Security will be stationed at each gate. If you are taking your promoted student home with you, please complete the bottom half of this sheet:  Pre-Arranged Student Release Form. This will help expedite you being able to leave campus with your student. Students who return the completed form will receive a RED pass with their promotion certificate that can be shown at the gates. Those who do not return the form, can be checked out at the FRONT GATE. 

Parking is limited, additional parking will be available for all families in attendance of the promotion ceremony at the Nutrition Center located behind the football stadium. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (562) 920-1801 ext. 3042.

La promoción de octavo grado se llevará a cabo el martes 4 de Junio de 2024 a las 9:30 a. m. en el gimnasio. Dado que los asientos son limitados, pedimos que solo la familia inmediata asista al programa.

La participación en la promoción está sujeta a las calificaciones, la asistencia y el comportamiento. Además, los estudiantes deben estar libres de obligaciones con la biblioteca y la oficina de contabilidad de ASB. Alumnos deben de pasar todas de sus seis clases para los dos semestres. Si sus estudiantes no pasan todas sus clases todavía pueden participar en la ceremonia si ahorraran un promedio de calificaciones de 2.0 GPA durante los dos semestres. Una calificación de “D” es considerada pasando. Por favor note que las calificaciones de los dos semestres serán facturadas en la elegibilidad de promoción.

El código de vestimenta de Bellflower para los estudiantes se aplicará estrictamente. A los estudiantes que no cumplan con la política del código de vestimenta se les prohibirá participar en la ceremonia. La vestimenta apropiada incluye la ropa que normalmente se usa para una buena ocasión. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre la vestimenta adecuada, comuníquese con la oficina de la escuela intermedia.

NO se permitirán globos, letreros, pancartas ni ningún tipo de matraca durante la ceremonia.

Ingrese y salga de la escuela por la puerta principal o la puerta del Centro de Nutrición. La seguridad estará estacionada en cada puerta. Si va a llevar a su estudiante promovido a casa con usted, complete la mitad inferior de esta hoja: Formulario de liberación del estudiante preestablecido. Esto ayudará a acelerar su salida del campus con su estudiante. Los estudiantes que devuelvan el formulario completo recibirán un pase ROJO con su certificado de promoción que se puede mostrar en las puertas. Aquellos que no devuelvan el formulario, pueden retirarse en la PUERTA DELANTERA.

El estacionamiento es limitado, habrá estacionamiento adicional disponible para todas las familias que asistan a la ceremonia de promoción en el Centro de Nutrición ubicado detrás del estadio de fútbol.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (562) 920-1801 ext. 3042. 


8th grade warning

Starting in February (2/5/24), if you get in trouble for a suspendable offense, you will be banned from the 8th Grade Universal Studios Trip (May 3). Information regarding the trip will be released soon. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Rooks.

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We encourage our Bellflower Campus Community to report any suspicious or concerning activities. If you see something or hear something, please say something. You may report this to any teacher, counselor, or administrator or you may utilize the BHS Tip Line by clicking here.

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Seniors. Are you interested in attending Cerritos College and participating in the Cerritos Complete Program? If so, the Cerritos Complete Program staff is hosting Information Nights to explain how students can earn 2-Years of FREE tuition. Don't miss out on this opportunity!

Graduating seniors interested in attending Cerritos College in the Fall should consider applying to the Cerritos Complete Program. Cerritos Complete provides students with two-years free tuition, priority registration, one-on-one academic advising and counseling, and career exploration. In order for students to participate in the Cerritos Complete Promise Program (CCPP) students must complete six steps. See flyer for the Cerritos Complete Promise Program Eligibility Checklist - Link to Flyer:

Cerritos Complete Program website with the 6 steps and deadlines:

NOTE: Cerritos College Liaison is on campus every Monday from 12:15 to 3:45pm.

Click here for a flyer that shows the 6-steps to applying for the Cerritos Complete Promise Program.

Click here for a flyer that has details regarding Cerritos Complete Information Nights.

class of 2024

Senior Grad Week Information is listed on the flyer. Please review this information. Please note that there is a limited number of Grad Nite tickets available for Disneyland, which will be on a first-come-first-serve basis for our senior students. Seniors may begin paying starting on Monday, January 22, 2024 in the ASB Office. Students may pay the entire amount, or they may make an initial deposit of $100 to at least guarantee their spot early on; All remaining balances for Grad Nite must be paid by March 1, 2024. Click here to see a flyer for details of events and costs. We will also have discounted costs for students as well for those that buy the Grad Week packages. 


Class of 2024 - FAFSA & California Dream Act Application 

The 2024-2025 FAFSA and California Dream Act Application (CADAA) is NOW OPEN! Seniors, If you plan to attend college in the Fall of 2024 and want money for college, then you need to complete your FAFSA or CADAA  as soon as possible!  By completing the FAFSA or CADAA you are applying for various types of financial aid, such as a Federal Pell Grant, a Cal Grant, a University or community college grant, Work Study, and scholarships. The priority deadline to submit the FAFSA or CADAA is April 2nd; however, students who applied to 4-year universities should submit their FAFSA or CADAA by March 2nd. If you submit your FAFSA or CADAA by April 2nd, you will receive two extra Graduation tickets!


FAFSA/CADAA Thursday Workshops - The College and Career Center is hosting FAFSA/CADAA Workshops on Thursdays during Period 7 or 8. Parents/ Guardians are welcome to attend the workshops. See Ms. Campos or Ms. Ochoa to find out what information is needed for the FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application. To attend a workshop, register at:

Click here for the Thursday Workshop Flyer. 


FAFSA & CADAA Evening & Saturday Workshops:

The College & Career Center is hosting several evening and Saturday FAFSA and CA Dream Act Application Workshops. The next FAFSA/ CADAA evening workshop is Wednesday, February 15 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the College & Career Center. The purpose for the workshops is for students and their parents/guardians to get assistance completing the FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application. A representative from Cerritos College's Financial Aid Office will be assisting students during the workshop. To attend a FAFSA/CADAA Evening or Saturday workshop, register at:

Click here for the Evening/Saturday Workshop Flyer. 


If attending the workshop, please bring the following: Student and parent social security number (if they have one), FSA ID or Federal Student username and password (for both student and parents), and a copy of parent's 2022 Federal Income Tax Return.

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Samiyah Hopkins, female CIF football player.

Star Student athlete, Samiyah Hopkins makes flag football history.


Samiyah Hopkins has etched her name in flag football history at Bellflower High School by becoming the first player to rush for an impressive 1,000 yards in a single season. Her remarkable achievement goes beyond the school level, as she has also made CIF history, marking the inaugural year of flag football as an official CIF sport. Samiyah's accomplishments extend beyond the gridiron, as she excels in the classroom with an outstanding 4.2 GPA, showcasing her dedication to both academics and athletics. As if her achievements weren't impressive enough, Samiyah also holds the esteemed role of team captain, demonstrating her leadership skills and ability to inspire her teammates on and off the field. With a combination of athletic prowess, academic excellence, and leadership qualities, Samiyah Hopkins stands as a true trailblazer in the emerging realm of high school flag football.

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Bellflower High School in a class of its own.


Bellflower High School stands out as the top-ranking institution within the Bellflower Unified School District, as recognized by the US News & World Report Rankings. Renowned for its academic excellence, the school boasts an impressive graduation rate and excels in reading proficiency when compared to other schools in the district. What sets Bellflower High School apart is its commitment to diversity, with nearly 97% of the student body representing various ethnic backgrounds. Notably, the Hispanic population constitutes nearly 80% of the student demographic, contributing to a rich tapestry of cultural experiences within the school. This commitment to academic achievement and inclusivity makes Bellflower High School a dynamic and thriving educational institution within the district.