Billings West High School
Home of the Golden Bears
2201 St. John's Avenue
Billings, MT 59102
Possession of Electronic Cigarettes, Vapor Pipes & Mods
are a violation of school policy and against the law.
Any student found in possession of any of them
will be suspended and also charged by police.
Latex and Peanut Safe School
Yearbooks cost $50 before Jan. 1.
After Jan. 1, they are $65.
Order forms are available in the main office.
We are always seeking pictures of school activities. If you have pictures to submit, please go to hjeshare. Our school code is BWHS (all caps). There, you can upload photos and we will receive them to put in the yearbook.
The yearbook staff sells baby and friendship ads to be published in the yearbook to seniors and parents of seniors. Price ranges from $45 to $145 depending on the size of the ad. Ads are to be made online. Please go to yearbooksforever.com. The school code is 7469. Ads can be made directly online and then paid for at that time also.
Any questions about yearbooks should be sent to email@example.com or Lauren Zent, 281-5700.
Dr. Jeril Hehn - Associate Principal
Rob Bazant - A-G - (406) 281-5742
Fred Petak - H-N - (406) 281-5621
Rod Gottula - O-Z - (406) 281-5771
Equal Education and Non-Discrimination Policy
District No. 2 is committed to equality of educational opportunity. Because freedom from discrimination is a fundamental right under the Montana Constitution, it is the policy of this District to provide a learning environment free of discrimination.
All students have the opportunity to participate in and receive benefits from all programs or activities including, but not limited to, course offering, graduation requirements, athletics, counseling, extracurricular and other school-related activities.
Discrimination in education because of sex, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental handicap, political belief, marital or parental status is prohibited unless based upon reasonable grounds as provided by law. The District is committed to taking any appropriate and feasible remedial action necessary to eliminate existing discrimination and its effects.