- Blackman High School
Blackman High School is a high school located in
Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States. The school was founded in 2000.
The mission of Blackman High School is "to challenge, cultivate, and engage individual students in the learning process while addressing their diverse needs, thus preparing them for post-secondary opportunities."
Blackman High's principal is Mrs. Gail Vick. Assistant principals include Clark Harrell, Scott Lawless, John Strickland, and Allison Fisher. BHS supports grades 9-12 and in 2007/2008, had a total enrollment of 1,850.
The nickname of Blackman High is the Blaze. The colors of the Blaze are orange, blue, and white.
Technology & PTR's
All classes at Blackman High have a minimum of one computer for every six students. Computers are available in the media center, training lab, and technology lab. Each teacher at the school has a multimedia center that includes a TV or lcd projector, computer with TV out, computer network connection, and a printer.
Blaze Savings and Loan
Blaze S&L is a student-run bank in conjunction with Rutherford Bank and Trust. Students serve as members of the bank board, tellers, and loan officers. Students and staff at the school may open savings accounts at the bank and get lunch loans.
David Price, the first round pick in the 2007 MLB Draft, attended and graduated from Blackman High School.
Information and History
* The football and soccer teams play at Inferno Stadium, which seats approximately 6,000 people and is located on campus.
*BHS is the primary school for the entire western Rutherford County in Tennessee, where the school is located.
*Blackman High School had record crowds at 2007 football games including a near full-house at The Inferno Stadium. Fact|Jan 2008|date=January 2008
War Eagle, BHS's unofficial fight song, is played at BHS sporting events and pep rallies.
*BHS is noted as being the only school in Tennessee with an
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