On May 17 at NMC’s Hagerty Center, Sean Hunt (12th grade), Bryce Baeckeroot (8th grade), and Carter Massey (4th grade), each received the NMC/TBAISD Science, Math, and Technology Award. Students were nominated by their teachers for having unique qualities in mathematics, science or technology that go beyound good grades. Congratulations […]
Bellaire Jr./Sr. High School was recently awarded a Bronze Medal for their National Ranking as one of the nation’s top high schools for 2017 from U.S News and World Report. According to their website, the ranking methodology includes 4 main criteria: Students must perform better than expected on State tests; […]
Senior Erin Emery recently received a Student Spotlight Award from the TBAISD Career Tech Center for being named one of the outstanding students for 2016-17. Erin is completing her second year in the Teacher Academy program and will be using what she has learned when she enters the Music Education […]
The Bellaire Chapter of the National Honor Society will be holding their annual High School Honors Awards Night on Thursday, May 18 beginning at 6:30 pm in the Performing Arts Center. This is a big night recognizing the academic achievements of our high school students. Many scholarship winners will be […]
The high school band will be performing their Spring Concert on Wednesday, May 10 beginning at 7:00 pm in the Performing Arts Center. The middle school band’s Spring Concert will take place on Tuesday, May 16 beginning at 7:00 pm in the PAC.
Tim Farrar has been selected to represent the entire Career-Tech Center as the Kiwanis Student of the Month for April. Tim displays incredible work ethic in his Culinary Arts program. Tim will be honored by the Kiwanians this Tuesday, April 25 at the Kiwanis luncheon in the Elks Lodge. He […]
It’s spring and that means more than warmer temperatures…it also means that it’s State Assessment time for local school districts across Michigan. Some of the tests will be completed in one day, while others have multiple parts and will take additional days to complete. Tuesday, April 11th is the first day some […]
Congratulations to Alex Hornick, Dahlia Evans, Erin Evans, and Riley Kate Robinson for their participation in the TBAISD 3D printed car gutter derby on March 22, 2017. Their car took the Best Design Award for the high school division although it fell short in the fastest time race, losing by […]
Congratulations to senior Colleen Randolph for being selected as the Student of the Quarter for the second marking period at the TBAISD Career-Tech Center. Colleen is a second-year student in the Film and New Media Program and was chosen because of his academic success, work ethic and achievement. Great job Colleen!
For students living in more rural areas, museums and the arts aren’t always a stone’s throw away. But a grant is bringing art to students, and putting a paint brush in their hands. 9&10’s Sarah Grimmer shares the story behind one local school’s soon to be masterpiece. A Bellaire elementary […]