BHM Schools is closed until Tuesday, May 5, and we will begin distance learning on Monday, April 6.  During this time, staff could be working remotely, and we recommend that you communicate with them through email.

Beginning March 27-April 3, the district will have Spring Break as scheduled. Distance learning will begin for BHM Schools on Monday, April 6 through Thursday, April 30. Teachers will report May 1 and May 4 to prepare for students returning back to school on Tuesday, May 5. More information will be shared with our families in the next couple of days regarding material and technology pick-up on Friday, March 27. Future updates and announcements will be made through our parent/staff notification system, on our Facebook page and here on our website. We appreciate everyone's patience during this time. 

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Our District

Why Choose BHM?

Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools is the place to dream, believe and achieve.


Our BHM Schools Mission

Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools is preparing all students for a successful future in a changing world.

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Small-town feel with big opportunities.

Our caring teachers and staff understand the power of big dreams. They encourage students to believe in themselves, and provide the support it takes to achieve challenging goals.

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Academic Excellence

Ten schools serve 5,700 students, whose test scores at every grade level significantly outpace state averages.

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Personalized Learning

Step inside any BHM school and you’ll see personalized learning in action and abundant in-school and extracurricular opportunities instilling creativity and encouraging students to aim high.

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Life-Long Skills

From state-of-the-art technology to our STEM program, from multi-age/looping classrooms to the high school arts magnet program, we are preparing students for successful futures in a rapidly changing world.

By the Numbers

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of residents would highly recommend the district to others.
College Credits Earned Since 2014-15
Graduation Rate
feel supported

90% of high school students feel they have a teacher they can go to with a problem

college credits

Through the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum, BHM High School students have earned more than 20,000 college credits—a savings of over $6.5 million for families since the 2014-15 school year!

graduation rate

BHM High School boasts an exemplary graduation rate of 94.5%, over 10% higher than the state average.

in community support

Residents recently approved a $33 million bond referendum to invest in BHM Schools.