The Music Machine and Sound Unlimited will be performing their annual SCREAM performance in The Bolles Theater this weekend: Friday Oct. 18 at 8 p.m., and Saturday Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Our theme this year is Time Warp! We will be “warping” through different eras of the VMD and celebrating the music performed throughout the decades.

This is a kid-friendly show and should not be scary.

You are all invited to attend!


Friendly invitation to “communicating with teenagers” by guest Speaker.

We have an outstanding speaker, Tyler Durman, coming to Bonita Vista Middle School to speak to our parents about communicating with teenagers. He offers two presentations and he has been in our school twice before. We get most of our parents in the evening session. We would like to open the opportunity to Bonita Vista High School parents to come over and learn from this opportunity.

Due to our facility capacity, we can only host 247 parents.

The date is Tuesday, October 29, 2019.

Location: BVM Cafeteria (Capacity 247)

Time: 8:30AM-9:45AM

Questions and RSVP to luis.rodriguez@sweetwaterschools.org


Athletic Clearance & Physicals

There will be physicals in the Bonita Vista Gym hosted by the Sports Medicine Program.  If you need to get cleared for sports, bring your physical paperwork AND your clearance paperwork signed by your parents.  The physicals are this Saturday from 9am to 11am. It will cost 20 dollars and all of the proceeds go to the BVHS Sports Medicine Program. This is for Baron’s ONLY.  Don’t forget barons, you must bring your paperwork signed by your parents, or bring your parents to be allowed to get a physical.  Come support and get cleared for sports! Here are the links to the paperwork:

Physical form:


Clearance Paperwork:


Students must bring both sets of paperwork signed by parents to be fully cleared.


State Science Fair 4th place Baron!!

Congratulations Broudy!!

Issac Broudy 11th grade at BVHS won 4th place in Astronomy at California State Science Fair!  He also won the SPIE Optics and Photonics Recognition Award from The International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE).  He was also given contact info from various organizations (such as Northrop Grumman) for potential internships, like working on the JWST telescope.