BHS Tiger News

Week of October 31, 2021

Belleville High School

Greetings, Belleville Families! This is Week 10 of Semester 1. This week BEGINS Marking Period #2. Remember to set goals with your student(s) and work with them to monitor their progress.

“Setting Goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.”

~ Tony Robbins

Students, Get Involved! Studies have shown that students who participate in school activities tend to experience better achievement and are more fulfilled. Feeling lethargic? Bored? Spending too much time on social media? Get out and be a part of something! BHS has over 30 different clubs and activities for our students to get involved in. Visit the MENU on our website, and click the GET INVOLVED option for a complete listing, which takes you to each individual club’s meeting days and times.

Here is a great article that reminds us of the many benefits of being active in school activities.

Belleville New Tech Students of the Month for October Congratulations to these students for the outstanding performance in our school wide learning outcomes which not only include mastery of the knowledge and skills in each discipline but also, oral and written communication, collaboration, and developing personal agency.

Important Dates and Upcoming Events:

  • November 2nd - NO SCHOOL for Students; Election Day

  • November 17th - Virtual Tiger Parent Meeting

  • November 19th & 20th - Drama Presentation: RUMORS - TBA

Have a great 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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Early College Alliance (ECA) Fall 2022 Enrollment

ECA @ EMU applications will be available on November 4th, 2021.

Please note upcoming Shadow Days for students: 11/2, 11/15, & 12/10.

Also, Information Sessions for you and your Parents/Guardians: 11/15, 11/30, 1/13, & 2/8. Please click on link below for more information


Sallie Mae will host a live virtual event for students and families. During this event students will learn key tips on applying for scholarships, how to create a winning scholarship essay, and more.

Register now for free virtual event:

Wednesday, November 3 | 7pm ET Register Now

Thursday, November 4 | 8pm ET Register Now

Virtual College Visits for the week of 11/1:

11/1- Washtenaw Community College

11/2- Adrian College

Scholarship Information:

Top 10 November Scholarships

Local Scholarships 2021/22

Career Exploration Resources:

MI Talent

Going Pro

Roadmap 2 Opportunity

Career One Stop

My Next Move

Michigan Top 50 Careers

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