Beauregard High School Final Exam Schedule
Monday, May 20: Regular school/class day: Seventh Period Exam
Tuesday, May 21: Regular school/class day: Eighth Period Exam
(Students only attend for the times of their testing period and leave after that test period.)
Wednesday, May 22 - Blue exam day:
First: 7:48 - 9:00
Third: 9:05 - 10:20
Fifth: 10:25 - 11:45
One lunch wave this day: 11:50-12:30
Thursday, May 23 - Gold exam day:
Second: 7:48 - 9:00
Fourth: 9:05 - 10:20
Sixth:10:25 - 11:45
One lunch wave this day: 11:50 – 12:30
The last day for students is May 23.
Graduation is May 23 at 7:00 PM at Richard Brown Field
End of the School Year Report Cards
We will not have a report card pick up time scheduled by the county this year.
If you would like to have your child's report card mailed to you, please send a self addressed stamped envelope. Have your child give this envelop to his/her homeroom teacher.
Report cards can also be picked up on Friday, May 24, 2019. As well, parents can log into STI to view the report card online.
2019 Senior Recognition Yearbook Ads
Pictures and Narratives are now Past Due
All pictures and accompaning text for yearbook senior ads is due now. These items should be delivered to the yearbook staff now if you have not already sent them. They may be delivered via email, flash drive, CD, or actual printed photos (We can scan them.).
If items are emailed, please put "senior yearbook ad and your child's name in the subject line (example: senior yearbook ad - John Doe). Emails may be sent to Mrs. Christy Kirk at email@example.com
IMPORTANT: All balances should be paid in full.
Full Page: $250.00
Half Page: $175.00
Checks should be made payable to Beauregard High School Yearbook.
For more information, email Mrs. Christy Kirk at
- Tornado Relief Information
We are continually being asked what people can do to help. Right now, a lot of relief items have being donated.
Many of our Beauregard School District families will need financial assistance. We will either have no insurance or will have been under covered.
Donations that will go directly to Beauregard families can be sent to Beauregard High School. All of the principals in our district will work in harmony to distribute any funds received in the best manner possible.
The address is:
Beauregard High School
Attention: Ms. Alicia Folds
7443 Alabama Hwy 51
Opelika, AL 36804
Please make checks payable to: Beauregard High School and be sure to write “Tornado Victim Relief” on the memo line.
Any donations will be appreciated. You can rest assured that any donations will go directly to families in need. We have over 600 families displaced. We have so many in need.
Many Scholarships Require a Completed FAFSA Application
Each year, college bound seniors are encouraged to apply for scholarships. There are numerous scholarships that are available to students. Some are academic in nature while others might focus on participation in various activities such as athletics, music, drama, etc. However, one thing is very common to many of the scholarship applications in that they require that a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Application be completed.
While we can assist with these applications, we cannot complete them for you or on your behalf due to the nature of the information that is required. This process is one that generally must be completed by a student's parent(s).
Please do not get caught with last minute deadlines for scholarships while attempting to complete the FAFSA Application. You are encouraged to complete this application now so that it can be linked with possible scholarship applications when applying for them.
Again, we will be glad to assist you. If you have questions, please call Mrs. Renae Robbins or Mrs. Marcia Hillsman in the counselor's/registrar's office.
Below, you will find the link to begin the application process.
BHS/SMS students selected for the All-State Chorus
Beauregard 33, Wenonah 13