BNT Announcements

2018/19 Meet and Greet Picnic

Monday, August 27

5pm - 7pm


Open to all new and returning Belleville New Tech Families.

Fun, Games, Food and Echo training!

Interested in Belleville New Tech?

Belleville New Tech is accepting applications. We have a maximum limit of 125 students allowed per grade level. If there are no positions available for a certain grade level, those students will be placed on a wait list and offered a position when one becomes available.

Incoming Freshman must complete an application and submit it to the BNT office by the end of March each year. Freshman postions will be filled as follows: The first 75 applications received will automatically be accepted and the remaining 50 positions will be filled using a stratified lottery in order to match the student demographics of Belleville High School.

Fill out this application, to apply to be part of our program!

If you have questions, email Belleville New Tech Director Scott Wilsey at scott.wilsey@bhsnt.org, Counselor Jake Sweets at jake.sweets@bhsnt.org or call us at 734-697-9133.


Belleville New Tech Website

"New Tech Network (NTN) is a leading design partner for comprehensive school change. NTN works closely with districts and schools to create innovative learning environments. Through a proven school model, a project-based learningplatform, and powerful professional development, we coach schools toward lasting change and ongoing improvement. New Tech Network is re-imagining education and the student accomplishments speak volumes."

--New Tech Network

At Belleville New Tech, our mission is to re-imagine teaching and learning through the integrated use of technology, the rigorous and relevant use of project-based learning, and a culture that is student-centric and based on trust, respect, and responsibility. We prepare our students for the future.

This school opened its doors in 2011 to a freshman class of 126. We are in our fifth year servicing grades 9-12. We focus on skills our students will need to be successful after high school. Skills like collaboration, oral and written communication, and agency, are taught alongside knowledge and critical thinking.

Student demographics match those of Belleville High School and Van Buren Public Schools. Students are chosen based on a stratified lottery.

Access Echo, our learning management system - echo.newtechnetwork.org. Need parent access to Echo? Please fill out the form below.