BD News / Events
Senior Class Officer Voting Open to Junior Class
The voting for for the 2016 Senior Class Officers has begun! All current juniors will be able to vote through the end of the day on Thursday. Vote here.
Prom Court Announced
The 2015 Ben Davis Prom was held this Saturday, May 2nd from 8:00PM to 11:00PM at Lucas Oil Stadium. View prom photos. Your 2015 Prom Court is:
Prom Queen: Kate Holsapple
Prom King: Mark Menciano
Prom Princess: Kennya Santiago
Prom Prince: Travon Smith
ECA Practice Tests- April 27th- May 4th
ECA Practice Tests will be given between April 27th and May 4th. All students taking an ECA test must also complete a practice test in each area in which they are testing. ECA testing will run from May 11th through June 1st. This year, College and Career Readiness (CCR) Tests are also included with the English 10 and Algebra tests. Only 10th graders are required to take additional tests. There are two English CCR tests and one Algebra CCR test. These students will test on two different days for English 10 and will test on one day for Algebra.
Final Exam Schedule- June 2nd- 4th
Final exams will be given June 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Seniors will testing on the 2nd and 3rd, sophomores and juniors will testing the 3rd and 4th. For a full schedule of testing, visit the Spring Semester Exam Schedule here.
Summer School Registration Now Open
Summer School will be held between June 8th and June 26th at the Ben Davis Ninth Grade Center. Classes will be held Monday through Friday, with a morning session and afternoon session available. For a complete course list and more information regarding registration, please visit the summer school page here.
Important Information Regarding Scheduling
Scheduling for the 2015-2016 school year has now taken place, but schedules will remain open to changes through the spring. If you have not yet scheduled with your counselor, or you have a change to make, please contact your counselor. You may access the 2015- 2016 Curriculum Handbook here.
- Progress Reports
- Report Card Distribution
- School Improvement Plan
- Student Pick Up and Drop Off Instructions
- Parent and Teacher Leadership Council
- SchoolMessenger Quick Tip
The above link to the SchoolMessenger Quick Tip is a new option for parents, students, and others who want to communicate pressing safety concerns with their school or school district in an anonymous . The link will send users to a form that will allow them to send tips that will be directly sent to the appropriate people.
To promote student and staff safety, a Safe Schools Hotline has been established at 988-7722 where school safety tips or information may be left anonymously. Please feel free to leave a message at this number or contact BDHS directly at 988-7000.
Anonymous tips can also be sent via the Quick Tip Messenger, which can be located above, in the Parent's Corner, or on the left hand side bar.
What's New at BDHS?
Please support the Ben Davis Web Design team by purchasing pictures online. The photos will be shipped directly to your home.
All Sports photos are available by clicking on the action photos link within each sport. Photos are available to purchase up until 1 year after the event date.
Mr. Tom Arthur
If you would like your photo to be considered for photo of the week, please send it along with a caption to the Web Design Team. Please include Photo of the Week as your subject in the email.
Photo submitted by: Debbie Davidson
ECA Questions of the Week
Return your answers to the drop boxes in the media center, lunch room, or cafeteria. Winners will be picked through a drawing each week. This set of questions will be due 5/7.
English Question of the Week:
Which sentence uses correct punctuation?
A. A hybrid engine, a combination of a traditional gasoline engine and a zero-emission electric engine, could be the norm in the near future.
B. A hybrid engine, a combination of a traditional gasoline engine and a zero-emission electric engine could be the norm in the near future.
C. A hybrid engine a combination of a traditional gasoline engine and a zero-emission
electric engine, could be the norm in the near future.
D. A combination of a traditional gasoline engine and a zero-emission electric engine, could be the norm in the near future.
Math Question of the Week:
Solve: Jessica and Maria drove to northern California to see Maria’s sister in Eureka. Jessica drove one hour more than four times as much as Maria. The trip took a total of 21 driving hours. How many hours did Jessica drive?
A) 17 hours
B) 4 hours
C) 20 hours
D) 5 hours