Khalen Robinson was selected to the All-Arkansas Preps boys basketball team.
Congratulations to senior Ashlyn Descarpentrie for receiving the Sturgis Fellowship and senior Rachel Beza-Juarez for receiving the Honors College Fellowship, both very prestigious awards from UofA.
HCES student Taylor Green won 2nd place in the Keep Arkansas Beautiful Art state contest.
Congratulations to senior Alex Ball for coming in 3rd place for the 2018 Ideas Matter Clinton Foundation Essay Contest!
The BES Green Team collected 248 bikes for their recycling program.
Bryant High School won a Gold Crown from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in New York City. Only 18 high school print yearbooks nationwide received the CSPA Gold Crown for 2017-2018.
BMS Robotics 1338B won 1st place at the state robotics tournament and qualified for world competition.
For the first time, all three BHS concert ensembles (Wind Symphony & Concert Winds) received straight Superior ratings.
BHS indoor percussion placed second in MO finals.
BHS Quiz Bowl won 3rd place at Regionals, qualifying for State April 13.
All BHS concert ensembles received straight Superior ratings at ASBOA.
Congrats to Josh Robinson for winning the high jump with a height of 6-6, tying a 29 year old school record!
A total of 2,322 students enjoyed free breakfast during National School Breakfast Week.
The Hill Farm Archery Team became THREE time Champs of the Elementary Division of the ANASP State Tournament! Kolby Duncan earned 2nd place Overall Boys; Savannah Bergeren earned 3rd place Overall State.
Congrats to Alyssa Fason on continuing her Academic/Soccer career at the University of Central Arkansas!
Bethel 8th grader Brylee Bradford shot 4th at the ANASP State Tournament, earning her a trip to the national competition in May.
Two students that placed at HOSA: Imanii Jones, 3rd in Medical Law and Ethics; Trent Roe, 3rd in Sports Medicine.
BMS won 2nd in the Unified Champion School Basketball Tournament (middle school level).
Addison Geary represented BHS at the FCCLA State STAR Events competition, taking home Silver in Fashion Design.
BHS Chess Team won 2nd in regionals and will compete at state.
BHS Quiz Bowl earned 7A State Runner-Up Jr High. Aaron Garcia was tournament MVP and High Point Player.
The BHS Model UN team won 7 awards total:
Best Position Paper: Rachel Sweningson
Distinguished Delegate: Christian Brack
Distinguished Delegate: Kakada Av
Chair’s Choice Outstanding Delegate:Jewell Regan
Chair’s Choice Outstanding Delegate: Stanley Robinson
Chair’s Choice Outstanding Delegate: Jasmin Johnson
Chair’s Choice Outstanding Delegate: Rachel Sweningson
The Bryant Hornets Basketball Team knocked off North Little Rock 66-53 to claim the 6A Central title and number one seed in the state tournament.
Junior Ahmad Adams earned first place in the State Wrestling Tournament (220 lb).
For the first time ever, SIX competitive groups from Bryant High School competed at Region CPA and all SIX are State Bound!
William Alverio, Gretchen Bush, and Christian Sweeney will represent BHS at The American Choral Director’s Association National Conference.
Congratulations to sophomore Michael Cook, the champion of the 2019 Smash Bros. Tournament!
The Bryant Hornet Fishing Team of Aaron Joslin and KJ Terry took the 1st place in the Arkansas Big Bass Shootout and had big bass of the tournament, 5.80 lbs.
Three seniors have advanced to National Merit Finalists status: Rachel Beza-Juarez, Charles L. Mortensen and Kevin Weng!
The CES Robotics Teams won the Excellence Award, the highest award presented in the Vex IQ programs, at HSU Robotics Competition. The 4th grade Davis robotics team won the Design award. The 5th grade team came in 3rd place overall in teamwork challenge. The robotic team representing BMS placed 3rd in the tournament.
Bryant High School JROTC competed in the Northside High School Mega-Match at Ft Chaffee on 15-16 Feb. 17 schools competed and Bryant won the following awards: 1st Armed Exhibition (received a perfect score); 2nd Armed Drill,; 2nd Inspection; 2nd Drill Overall; 2nd Color Guard.
Congratulations to golfer Clayton Harbour for signing to continue his academic/athletic career at Lyon College!
Senior Gracie Kimbrell was recognized as a Prudential Spirit of Community Arkansas Top Youth Volunteer Finalists for 2019.
Congratulations Shelby Bratton for breaking the Lady Hornet 200yd Individual Medley record at the Central Conference Swim Meet in Conway.
Senior Abbie Johnson was named 2019 Arkansas recipient of the National Center for Women in IT Award for Aspirations in Computing.
Springhill Elementary raised $20,355 for the American Heart Association, ranking #8 in the nation and earning the Hoops for Heart Coordinators of the Year for Arkansas: Jami Baker, Chelsea Gray, Callie Taylor, Tracey Wilson, and Courtney Worthen.
Austin Trimble and Ahmad Adams from BHS won the 7A Big East Conference Championship today in their weight class.
Congratulations to Coach Roper and the BES Archery Team, Region 8 Champions!
Bryant HS Winter Guard earned 1st place with a score of 65.78.
The CES Bow Bandits placed second in the ANASP Regional Tournament, qualifying for State.
Bryant Varsity Cheer finished 10th in the nation.
Congratulations to BHS, BMS, and BES for finishing 1st place in their divisions and Bethel Middle and Collegeville for finishing 2nd at the regional archery tournament.
The Nursing Department received The Blue & You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas $1,000 mini-grant for Stop the Bleed–Bleeding Control Stations at the new junior high school.
The largest group of Bryant High School athletes to date participated in National Signing Day on February 6. Eleven members of the Hornet Football team signed NCAA Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers:
Ren Hefley–University of Michigan
Andrew Hayes–Ouachita Baptist University
Jabin Gulley–Southern Arkansas University
Josh Robinson–Missouri Western University
Latavion Scott–Arkansas State University
Nate Wallace–Harding University
Jakob Neel–Henderson State University
Austin Trimble–Lyon College
Logan Burton–Arkansas Tech University
Blaise Smith–Henderson State University
Kajuan Robinson–University of Memphis