Parent’s Corner


There has been an additional delay in the delivery of the BHS diplomas.  The second printing of the BHS diplomas was received on Thursday, June 8.  However, upon careful examination of these diplomas, it was noticed that this printing contained still another error.  Again, Herff Jones was immediately contacted, and a third printing was begun.  

You will be notified via School Messenger Alert when the corrected diplomas can be picked up.  When you come in to pick up your corrected diploma, please bring the diploma received on Saturday, May 20.  You will be required to sign for your corrected diploma. 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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 Bluestone Highlights


The BHS Supply List is now available. Please see attachment below.

SUPPLY LIST 2017-2018





Principal’s Corner


BHS Administration

Principal-Dr. Darnell Carter

Assistant Principal-Mrs. Velva Kindley

Assistant Principal-Mrs. Karen Riddick

Dear Baron Family,


Thank you for visiting the Bluestone High School web page.  We are preparing for an exciting year of teaching and learning, and our staff is committed to making  2017-18 an awesome experience.  We are very proud of last year’s accomplishments including: the graduation of the class of 2017,  increased Southside Virginia Community College Dual Enrollment credits and associate’s degrees, students who earned industry certification credentials, Baron athletics and extracurricular championships and awards, and we plan to make more progress this year!  

We want the summer break to be safe, fun, and relaxing for all students, and we encourage them to look for educational activities throughout the summer break.  Reading novels and magazines, attending camps, watching educational programs, traveling to historical sites (we have quite a few right here in Mecklenburg County), researching educational topics on an electronic device, visiting a library, and volunteering for community service are all great ways to continue learning over the summer.  

  •  Fee Day will be held on Monday, August 7th from 12:00 to 6:00 and Wednesday, August 9th is the first day of School.