Mission Statement

Learning in our schools is rooted in the values, history and language of the Iñupiat. Students develop the academic and cultural skills and knowledge to be:
  • Critical and creative thinkers able to adapt in a changing environment and world;
  • Active, responsible, contributing members of their communities; and
  • Confident, healthy young adults, able to envision, plan and take control of their destiny. 

Superintendent

Glen Szymoniak 
Glen  

North Slope News & Notices

District Highlights

  • Congratulations to the 2016 Barrow Special Olympics Basketball Team.

    Special Olympics athletes from across the state competed for the Fifth Annual Bethel Unified Invitational. Bethel Regional High School organized the three-on-three basketball tournament in partnership with Special Olympics Alaska. The 2016 Special Olympics Basketball team from Barrow placed 2nd out of 8 teams. We’d like to offer a big thanks to BHS teacher, Diane Seifert, for organizing this event; to ASRC for funding this trip; to our chaperones, parents, and partners who are all essential in making this a reality for these young men and women.

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  • Congratulations to Madrigal Brown, 2016 BP Teacher of Excellence!

    Mrs. Brown is a teacher at Nuiqsut Trapper School. The Alaska BP Teachers of Excellence program recognizes teachers from throughout Alaska for their dedication to teaching and for inspiring students. Since the program launched in 1995, hundreds of remarkable teachers have been recognized by their peers, students, parents and community members as BP Teachers of Excellence.

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  • HSGQE Requirement Repealed

    You may be eligible for a High School diploma if you previously received a Certificate of Achievement.

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Iñupiaq Connections

Qargi Link
Qargi.com is a multi-layered, fully immersive interactive web portal that will eventually host the vast bank of cultural knowledge and learning carried by Iñupiaq Elders, the community, and traditional archives and collections.
Link to VIVA
Your resource to learn the Iñupiaq language!
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