Making an impact by enriching our students' education experiences.
Welcome to the
berkeley high PTsA
welcome back to the 2022-23 school year!
Support the ptsa
Berkeley High is one of the few PTA’s that is a Parent Teacher Student Association.
We strive to:
Elevate student perspectives to inform the entire BUSD community
Advocate for BHS students, parents, and guardians
Support meaningful and fun student activities
Host parent education events and networking opportunities
The BHS PTSA primarily funds through member donations.
Donate at any time, recurring donations are welcome and easy!
The PTSA meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Save these dates for the PTSA meetings in the 2022-2023 school year.
No meeting in December
May 16th (last meeting of the year)
PTSA General Meeting Zoom Info (same link for every meeting):
Meeting ID: 852 6099 5206
3rd Annual Black History Month Art Contest
In celebration of Black History Month, the Berkeley High School Parent Teacher Student Association is hosting the following contests to showcase Black history-themed student creative works in poetry, visual arts, digital art, music, and performance art.
All current Berkeley High and Independent Study students are eligible to participate.
Last year, the PTSA Executive Team decided to create Working Groups in order to put energy into the areas most meaningful in our school. Three groups were created: Community and Hospitality, 504 and Administrative Policy Reform, and Emotional Health.
Community and Hospitality Working Group focuses on bringing joy and support to the Berkeley High School Community which includes all staff, families, and students. The group will work with the school as well as the students on school activities and events to make this year more fun and exciting.
504 and Administrative Policy Reform Working Group focuses on shining a light on the 504 plan process in BUSD. Any district parent, current or former, who would like to help us advocate for a more transparent, less confusing process is welcome to join.
Emotional Health Working Group's goals for this year are to host a series of parent education events, support the mental health student groups on campus, and provide resources for parents and caregivers on mental health and substance use issues.
If you are interested in participating in any of these groups or creating a new working group, please complete the interest form.