CTE Dual Enrollment is going on now

    Have you heard about CTE’s Dual Enrollment after school, FREE Transferable college classes that are also worth 10 high school credits? For spring we will offer a variety of classes and many fulfill the undergrad general elective credits you have to take in college. It’s time to begin the process of getting your college ID number so that you can take a spring CTE Dual Enrollment class. Come to the Career Center and we’ll show you how to get started. We’ll have some classes in-person, also online classes that are synchronous, asynchronous and a combo of both! 

     Go to www.burbankusd.org/cte to see the spring 2023 flyer AND to find the links to creating an account at LAVC or GCC.

    Don’t hesitate. These classes will fill up quickly.


    Gingerbread fundraiser

    Link Crew

    After finishing your hot chocolate, tutoring/study time will be in the library and in various teachers' classrooms (a list of available teachers will be posted). Please fill out the Google Form RSVP, found in the Class of 2026 Google Classroom, to let us know if you can attend. We hope to see you all there!

    holiday spectacular

    Click here to visit our Community events page for more details.  

    Art Fair


    College Peer Mentor's Presentations

    Visit out College and Career Center page for more information

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) Day

    February 15, 2023 from 10:20 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. in the JBHS Quad.  RSVP here!  


    Visit the JBHS Campus!

    Check back at a later date for our next available date.

    Proof of Covid 19 vaccination is required to enter campus.  

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    🐻 Burroughs Staff Introductions

    🐻 JBHS Behavior Expectations

    🐻 Academic Excellence 

    🐻 Our new mascot has been chosen! 🐻
    Click to see our new mascot and logo!
    Go, Bears!


    Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Hotline
    8:00AM to 8:30PM
    Available in multiple languages seven days per week
    **For parents with questions about Covid or isolation**


    Burbank Family Service Agency (FSA) and your Student Care Center are here to support you during these unique times. 
    We have therapists available with whom you may speak on the phone or via Zoom.
    Call or text 818-333-6239 to make an appointment.  Stay safe!


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Mission Statement of John Burroughs High School: JBHS uses a research-based approach to produce graduates who achieve academic excellence, who are college and career ready, and who make a positive impact in the community.