Burnsville High School students benefit in many ways from participation in athletics and activities. They learn teamwork, commitment and discipline. They gain confidence, make friends, acquire skills and contribute to their community. Students discover future careers and lifelong interests through their involvement. Most importantly, they learn so much about themselves.
Involvement in extracurricular activities allows you to learn life skills such as time management, communication, team work and networking. Additionally, your involvement can lead to leadership positions that not only look great on college applications, but can teach you skills like confidence, delegation and patience.
- Alexis & Andrew Bunnell - Class of 2021
The Burnsville High School Athletics & Activities Department strives for students to: have balance between competitiveness, enjoyment, and fulfillment; display excellence on the field, in the classroom, and in all personal relationships; and have courage to step out of their comfort zones in a safe environment to better themselves in all aspects of their lives and to make good decisions.
BILL V HEIM
JEANINE L RIGGS
To be eligible to participate in a co-curricular program, the student must adhere to all secondary schools’ policies, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District policies, Minnesota State High School League rules and applicable law. In addition, the following specific requirements apply:
All athletics and many activities have fees associated with them. However, students who qualify for free or reduced lunch are automatically eligible for a reduction in participation fees. If any family, regardless of free or reduced lunch status, needs additional assistance, please contact Athletics Director Guillaume Paek or Associate Principal overseeing Activities Jay Lepper. No student will ever be denied participation in athletics or activities due to financial hardship
Apply for Educational Benefits
Every year, all families with children enrolled in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 should complete an Application for Educational Benefits. Many families are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals, as well as waived or reduced fees for transportation, athletics, activities and more.
There's no limit to the communities students can build around like interests.