Senior Class Cookbooks

Mrs. Graham’s senior health class recently completed their unit on nutrition.  During the unit the students researched nutritious recipes then compiled them for a healthy cookbook for each student to keep.

ICAN (college access network) information

Listed below are all the ways that you can receive college/certification/job training information. Website – Paying for College : I-CAN The Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA and local scholarships available. On FACEBOOK – I-CAN, College Access Network for Antrim and Kalkaska Counties (Please like the page and […]

Voice of Democracy

Students in English 12 wrote essays for the annual “Voice of Democracy” contest sponsored by the local chapter of the VFW.  Seniors Garrison Dawson, Marlena Gorno, Raven Gank, CJ Miller, Colleen Randolph and Kiera Lietow had their essays selected to be submitted to the VFW for consideration.  The VFW then […]

New Members Join NHS

On October 25, fourteen new members joined the Bellaire Chapter of the National Honor Society during a ceremony in the Performing Arts Center in front of their family and classmates.  The eleven current members welcomed the following new inductees: Isaac Bigsby, Sierra Butler, Halle Ciganick, Ethan Clore, Kennan Dawson, Alexis […]

Online Courses

Recent legislation known as 21F of the State School Aid Act allows students in grades 5-12 to take up to two (2) online courses/semester.  Bellaire Public Schools encourages parents to carefully consider whether a 100% online course is ideal for their student given the fact that in online learning environments, […]

Dual Enrollment

Students in grades 9-12 may qualify to take dual enrollment courses: classes that may count for both high school and/or college credit.  Students that have taken the SAT or ACT (grades 11 & 12) or have successfully completed the ACT Compass test may be able to begin earning college credit […]

Early College Program

Students that qualify, can participate in the TBAISD Early College program.  This program is designed for students entering the 11th grade and will last for 3 years (11th, 12th, plus an additional 13th year) creating a combination of high school and college for students enrolled in one of the qualifying […]