BHS Tiger News

Week of January 16, 2022

Belleville High School

Greetings BHS Families, tomorrow (Monday, January 17th) The nation will be celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his dedication to ensuring that African Americans experience equal rights. To honor the day, please find a link below for information that was shared with students last week:


Attention Tiger Families, this is the final week of Semester 1, and it is MIDTERM Exams week.

Important Information for MIDTERMS:

MidTerm Exams will not be given online. Students must take MidTerms in person. Grades will be completed and posted on January 26th.

  • Students who miss an exam must make arrangements with their teacher within 48 hours, being respectful of the time it takes to process.

  • Students who fail to take an exam will receive an “E” grade (which is 20% of their grade).

  • Students who have presented positive COVID lab test results will be given exceptions on an as-needed basis.

  • As always, communication with your teacher(s) is key!

Important Dates and Upcoming Events:

  • SENIORS - See end of this newsletter for Cap and Gown information

  • Jan 17th: No School - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

  • Jan 20th & 21st: HALF DAYS - Midterm Exams

  • Jan 21st: End of Semester 1

  • Jan 24th: Beginning of Semester 2

Have a wonderful week everyone, and GO TIGERS!

~ Principal Crockett, AP Mrs. Green, AP Mr. Roberson, AP Mr. Wright, BNT Director Mr. Wilsey, and AD Mr. Brodie

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*** CONGRATULATIONS to swimmer Thomas Okubo for tying the BHS record in the 50 Free with a time of 22.13 this past weekend.***

Upcoming HOME Athletic Events:

1/18- Girls JV/V Basketball vs Churchill, 5:30pm/7:00pm

1/18- Boys Varsity Swim vs Multiple opponents, 6:30pm

1/21- Boys F/JV/V Basketball vs Stevenson, 4:00pm/5:30pm/7:00pm

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From the Counseling Team:

It’s hard to believe that we are approaching the end of the first semester. That being said, the BHS Counseling Department would like to ensure a smooth transition to the second semester. Here are a few tips as we embark on the second semester:

  1. Students will be able to view second semester schedules on Tuesday, January 18th. Please review schedules for accuracy. If there is a discrepancy with the schedule, students must complete the Request for Schedule Change Form. Please be mindful that schedules will only be changed if it meets one of the criterias: a) Student is missing a class, or b) Student has taken class previously and earned a passing grade.

  2. Review transcripts after 1st semester grades have been posted. Be sure to check the total number of credits, class ranking and overall GPA.

  3. Reflect on your first semester. Think about what worked or didn’t work in helping you learn.

  4. Get organized for the start of the new semester. The first step to manage stress throughout the school year is to take control of your academic responsibilities. Organize your backpack and Google Docs. Purge items that are no longer needed.

Student Opportunities:

NEW GIS course is coming soon!

Attention 11th and 12th grade parents. BHS will be offering a GIS (Geospatial Information Systems) course during the second semester. Students will learn about digital mapping, the process for creating apps and drone technology. Please contact your child’s counselor if you would like more information or to enroll your child into this course.

Attention 9th Grade Parents! SMASH University of Michigan is still accepting applications for Summer 2022. SMASH is a free program to first-generation, low-income, 9th grade students in the state of Michigan that are interested in STEM careers.

The application is now open at The deadline to apply will be March 1st, 2022.

University of Michigan Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering (WECE) will host a virtual workshop to discuss their organization and a free summer program focused on Artificial Intelligence for 9th and 10th grade students!

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.

When: Jan 29, 2022 09:30 AM EST

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

ARE YOU UNDECIDED ABOUT YOUR COLLEGE CHOICE? DVS Diversity and Education Solutions cordially invites you to participate in the Metro Detroit Multicultural and HBCU Virtual College Fair Thursday, January 20, 2022 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Videoconferencing info for this event:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 821 2522 0460

Passcode: 976380

During this event, Metro Detroit college bound high school seniors can apply electronically to 120 colleges and universities from around the country, AT NO COST!

High School students (9th-12th grade) can gain valuable information about colleges and universities from around the country!


Scholarships, Scholarships, SCHOLARSHIPS!!

Seniors, now is the time to start applying for SCHOLARSHIPS. Make a goal of applying to at least 1 scholarship a week, or more if you'd like.

Continue to utilize GoingMerry to streamline this process. Lastly, continue to check out the Local Scholarship page for additional scholarships and upcoming deadlines.

Local Scholarships 2021/22

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BHS Senior Information - Class of 2022

Class of 2022 Tiger Parents, this is a friendly reminder that if you HAVE NOT placed your Cap and Gown order for graduation. The order deadline is this weekend, please order online to ensure everything will be delivered on time this Spring.

Order Online: Belleville Class of 22

~ Feel free to call us with any questions.

Your Local Herff Jones Office

4938 DEWITT, SUITE 200 // CANTON, MI // 48188

Graduate Service Detroit // Representing Herff Jones Since 1975

Office: 734.725.5743 // Office Hours by Appointment Only





While I recommend going to Focal Point for your senior photos, I can’t force you to use them. If you go to a different photographer, there are very specific directions that need to be followed. Please click here to read what directions both the photographer and your son/daughter need to follow. The head size and photo size and background are important, and so is how it is submitted. All those directions can be found on the yearbook page on the high school website. Please click here for directions on how to submit your senior photo if you didn’t go to Focal Point or Shannon’s.

If you go to Focal Point or Shannon’s Photography, you do NOT need to worry about the things I wrote in the paragraph above, as they will handle getting the senior photos to me in the correct format.


The password to community upload is tigers

Please EMAIL me with any questions or concerns you may have for an immediate response. Thank you and have a great afternoon!

Mr. Michael Musser, Yearbook Adviser


Senior Yard Signs are available to purchase on PaySchools until Monday, January 31, 2022. The senior yard sign is $25.00. Please also complete the google form to indicate the sign choice and the name which will be printed on the sign. Here is the link to the form.

Seniors who have not purchased a senior package, can purchase the following items on PaySchools; Senior prom ticket, Senior party ticket, Senior spring t-shirt and Senior yard sign. If you have any questions, please contact or

Cap and gowns can be ordered through Herff Jones. Here is the link to their website and contact information.

Information concerning senior yearbook photos, senior tribute pages and ordering a yearbook can be found at this link; Belleville High School Yearbook or contact

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