Homecoming dress up outfits

Juliana Alcala and Alexis Mooksavahn

November 7, 2017

Filed under Campus Events, Charger Blogs, News, Top Stories

Homecoming Week took place on the week of October 23rd, and you know what that means: dress up day! It was interesting to see each and every student show school spirit and go all out on their creative outfits. All five days had...

Bullard’s New Confidential Tip Line

Tawni Forston and Kesslyn Cousins

November 3, 2017

Filed under Charger Blogs, News

There are flyers posted around school of a Knights Confidential Tip Line. Bullard made this tip line to ensure the safety of all its students. This tip line will help the students that attend Bullard by giving them a number...

Fresno Unified teachers start alerting others of the strike

Leoni Gavrielides and Danielle Trujillo

November 3, 2017

Filed under News, Top Stories

Bullard High School union leaders began passing out urgent flyers to parents and others in the community concerning the possible strike. Bullard teachers rallied at the frequently traveled areas around the school, flagging down...

New Suicidal Awareness program on campus

Alexis Mooksavanh and Juliana Alcala

October 6, 2017

Filed under Featured Staff Member, News, Top Stories

Bullard now has a Suicidal Awareness program hosted by Ms. Gomes and we’re all hoping it will actually help some of the students on campus. We are currently in the process of spreading the news so that families and friends ca...

Auditions for Castle Capers are this week

Danielle Trujillo and Genevieve Soto

September 19, 2017

Filed under Campus Events, Campus performances, News, Top Stories

Auditions for the Bullard talent show Castle Capers will be held from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 20) in N71 (the band room) next to the theater. The show, scheduled for 7 p.m. Sept. 28-29 in the theater, helps support the jazz...

Everything you need to know about Bullard’s Youth Court

Xandra Lancaster and Kesslyn Cousins

September 19, 2017

Filed under Campus Events, News, Top Stories

Bullard's Youth Court is almost back in session. The first cases will be heard Oct. 12 by student jurors and presiding judge. Youth Court is a program where students, if they are first-time offenders and have admitted guilt,...

Club Day is on its way

Leoni Gavrielides and Jordan Brunson

September 19, 2017

Filed under Campus Events, News, Top Stories, Upcoming Events

Club Day is almost here. Maybe it's not Christmas, but lots of Bullard students are excited to sign up for clubs on Thursday at lunch in the quad.  Leadership student Sammie Davis, who's organizing Club Day, plans for it to be different this year. Kona Ice will set ...

Knights’ baseball season ends in Bakersfield

Jacob Slater, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017

Filed under News, Sports

The Knights baseball squad created a lot of momentum going into the playoffs this year, but its hopes of a Valley title were cut short in the quarterfinal round by a loss to Stockdale. Bullard won its last 10 games of the regular...

Model United Nations

Emma Linneman, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017

Filed under News

Model United Nations is a competition in which students get together and propose ideas that can solve world problems. Students can join as an individual or as a group. Their job is to research all of the problems going on within...