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    Suite 360

    Suite 360 is a new resource available to parents and students in ECSD. It assists parents and students in developing knowledge concerning social and emotional learning. Click on the link for information on Suite 360 and how to set-up an account:

    Suite 360 log-in and information

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    New in 2018 - Receive the most up-to-date weather information with our brand new WeatherSTEM.

    Click here for weather updates.

    Report school violence

    The educational purposes of the schools are accomplished best in a climate of student behavior that is socially acceptable and conducive to the learning and teaching process. Student behavior that disrupts this process or that infringes upon the rights of other individuals will not be tolerated. 

    District Bullying Prevention

    Report School Violence

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    Use the online Bus Locator to find what bus you will be riding

    Bus Stop Locator

    Welcome, Wildcats!

    We are flying into the future this year at Booker T. Washington High School! The warning bell rings at 8:25 a.m. Students will report directly to Homeroom for the first week of school in order to receive information packets; data information sheets; and other important announcements. Homeroom rosters are posted around school, and teachers will be in the hallway to assist students as needed. It's going to be a great 2018/2019 school year!

    2018/2019 Climate surveys

    All surveys are available immediately. The survey deadline is May 30th.
    Please take a few minutes to let us know how we are doing!
    Student Survey:

    BTWHS Testing Information

    Semester exams for students in grades 9-11 begin on Tuesday, May 21st. Please see below for the dates/scheduled exams, including our early release days:

    • May 21 - 4th period block exam; Full day of school

    • May 22 - 1st and 5th period exams; Students dismiss at noon

    • May 23 - 2nd and 3rd period exams; Students dismiss at noon

    • May 24 - 6th and 7th period exams; Students dismiss at noon

    A comprehensive testing calendar, including semester exams, may be located here.

    BTWHS Summer REading Challenge

    BTWHS English teachers and Innovation Specialist are collaborating to create a unique summer reading challenge! Wildcat students will find the summer reading requirements here.

    Here is the link to the reading list. Students should read one book to prepare for the 2019/2020 school year.

    Advanced Placement English classes have an additional summer reading assignment. The AP English Language reading assignment is here.

    Wildcat day freshmen orientation

    Mark your calendars now - All incoming freshmen and their parents/guardians are invited to attend our annual Wildcat Day on Friday, July 12, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Invitation to follow. Freshmen will tour the school, learn about Wildcat culture, and take their photo for their school ID badge. We also have a special program planned for the parents! We will post more details as they become available.

    Information on Random Search Policy

    Chromebook Information for Incoming Freshmen and New Students

    All incoming freshmen and new students will be issued a Chromebook at the start of the 2019/2020 school year. In order for a student to receive a Chromebook, his or her parents must complete the Chromebook Contract and view the Chromebook Contract film clip. Both items are linked below:


    Chromebook Contract Film Clip


    Chromebook Contract

    Our Teachers are the BEST!

    1. BTWHS is proud to announce that our teacher of the year is Mr. Eric Collins, math department chairperson, as well as AP Statistics and Pre-Calculus Honors teacher.

    2. Congratulations to Ms. Barbie Spears, the 2018 Florida Association for Theatre Education Outstanding Theatre Arts Educator!

    3. Booker T. Washington High School is proud to announce that Mrs. Alisha Wilson, Innovation Specialist, has been named the Scholastic and School Library Journal 2017 Maker Hero Librarian. Thank you, Mrs. Wilson, for transforming our media center into an innovative and creative space where students can creatively express themselves while learning and engaging in literacy!


    Links to the announcement:


    Scholastic Newsroom


    Scholastic On Our Mind blog


    School Library Journal





    2018/2019  Exxon Mobil and Puckett Oil Company Support our School! 

    Thank you Quick Mart on Davis Highway for your recognition and support of Booker T. Washington High School. 

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    School Elevated Security Notification



    Parents: Has your address or phone number changed?

    The Escambia County School District arranges transportation and other services by referring to the address on file at your child's school. Please help us maintain accurate and timely service for your child, and ensure that we are able to contact you in the event of an emergency, by keeping your address and phone number current at your child's school.