Principal's Message


We are happy that you have found us here at Bert Church High School (BCHS) and hope you find your time on our website informative.

My name is Ryan Reed and I am excited to be leading BCHS as Principal. There are places in a person’s life that mean a little more to them than others; BCHS is one of those places for me. As a student at BCHS from 1996-98, I witnessed first-hand the impact amazing staff on me. A few years later, I was fortunate to spend the first three years of my teaching career at BCHS. Now, fifteen years later, I am thrilled to be the principal.

Over the past 16 months, our school community has adjusted to emergency remote learning, returning to in-person learning with public health measures, moving online again, and for some of our staff and students, being fully online from the start of the school year. No one could have predicted this to happen but here we are! What I have been consistenly impressed with is our school communities response to whatever is thrown their way. The resiliency of the Charger learning community has been evident.

Our goal for the 2019.20 school year was to see us collectively work together as a staff to increase the probability of success for all students. We use that phrase intentionally as we know there are many factors to student success. We also know that success looks different for each student. We want to foster conditions where students feel safe coming to school, supported by their peers and staff, and enabled to take risks in their learning.

As our year was cut short due to Covid-19, we are carrying over our goal from last year to the 2020.21 school year. Our focus as a staff this year is to support each other and our students with learning at-home or remotely. This includes accessing course content online as well as instruction. In order for us to be flexible in meeting student needs, we must be able to use the digital tools effectively so students can continue learning, wherever they might be!

We want our parents, staff, community members, and students to take ownership of BCHS, to take pride in attending the school, and to care enough to want to make a difference in our hallways. There are far too many examples of people already doing this to list here, but if you would like to see firsthand, call our office and come meet with our registration team to see what BCHS can offer to your child.

Thanks for taking the time to explore our website. Have a wonderful day.

Ryan Reed

Principal | Bert Church High School

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