BHS Students

Representing the S in PTSA

BHS you have something to add to the PTSA website?


We are always looking for the good news from Butler High School students. As parents we love to brag about the accomplishments of our students.


Send your information to the  PTSA Webmaster


Have you set up a GA College 411 Account?


 Schedule yourself for the SAT. Use the SAT/ACT Test Prep section. Take a virtual tour of a college campus. Find out if you qualify for HOPE. Research the various Financial Aid options. Apply for a Tuition Equalization Grant.


GA College 411

 Looking for a letter of commendation 

for your college or job application?


All you have to do is:

1. Join the BHS PTSA ($5.50)

2. Attend at least 3 PTSA meetings (Make sure you sign in)

3. Perform 6 hours of community/school service approved by the PTSA and turn in the service verification form.


What do you get?

Certificate of appreciation

Commendation letter signed by the PTSA Officers

Scholarship opportunity

A sense of pride in your community


 Do you have a MySpace account that you would like to share? The Butler High School PTSA is on MySpace and requests you add BHS PTSA as one of your many MySpace friends.


Check us out!



Thinking about college?

 Have you filled out your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)?

Click this link to get started:  FAFSA

Before filling out the FAFSA you will need a PIN.

Request your PIN

Georgia PTA Scholarship

Application window closed February 29, 2008. Check the GA PTA website in the fall of 2008 for next year's application. 

A student is eligible to apply for a Georgia PTA Scholarship if he/she:

  • Is a graduating senior of a Georgia high school with a PTA/PTSA. The PTA must be in good standing (i.e., dues paid, approved bylaws on file).
  • Is interested in attending a college or university education to prepare them to work in a youth related field.
  • Has exhibited good character.
  • Has a satisfactory scholastic record.
  • Will attend a college or university in Georgia during the upcoming school year.
  • Demonstrates a need for financial assistance.