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Bolton Alum Garrett Copeland, 2013, was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the MLB Draft the past week. Congratulations!



 



 

 

 

 

 

 





 









 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Hours 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM



BHS Dress Code 2017-18:

ACCEPTABLE DRESS

Shirts should be tucked in and/or waistline visible.
Pants must be of appropriate size and worn at the waist.
Waist length sweaters and appropriate sized jackets can be worn inside the school for warmth, as long as an appropriate shirt is tucked underneath.
(The above are not all inclusive.)

 

UNACCEPTABLE DRESS

Tight spandex, yoga pants, jeggings or leggings
Short shorts or spandex shorts
Shorts, skirts, dresses, or slits above knee Tight tops, pants, or dresses
Bareback or bare midriff tops, shirts, or dresses
Low-cut apparel, tank tops, tube tops, spaghetti straps, or mesh shirts.
Any transparent, torn, or ripped clothing.
Any clothing that pictures or advertises substances that is illegal by law for minors, that is violent, profane, or suggestive in nature, or indicates gang activity and involvement, or derogatory remarks of an ethic nature.
PANTS WORN BELOW WAIST!
Shower shoes - Flip Flops - SLIDES - or any other shoes without a heel closure.

(The above are not all inclusive).



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"Present and On Time Every Day"

Regular attendance and promptness are essential to a sound education.
It is the student's responsibility to maintain regular, quality attendance habits.
Students are to arrive before 7:15 AM each morning.

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History:

Bolton High School enjoys a rich and unique history in Shelby County, Tennessee. The current campus exists on the former Hoboken Plantation that was owned by Wade H. Bolton. Upon his death in 1869, the prominent land owner set aside 1,200 acres for the founding of an agricultural college. Bolton operated as an agricultural college and teachers' preparatory school from 1887 to 1911, whereupon it became part of the Shelby County School system. By 1925, Bolton had been designated as a secondary school and has remained a part of Shelby County Schools ever since.

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Mission Statement:

Our school is one of a respectful & safe environment where we develop life-long learners who will be given the opportunity to be successful in and outside the classroom with regards to academics, arts and athletics.

Vision:

The Vision of Bolton High School is to become the center of an inspired community of individuals with the common purpose of accelerating our young people into positions for successful futures.

Our Mantra

"Do Right"

  1. Be on Time
  2. Be Respectful
  3. Be ready to WORK HARD

 

 

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Last Updated On: Thursday, July 13, 2017

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