A message from Belleville High School. On Monday morning students will take their first semester 4th, 5th, and 6th hour exams. They will then attend their first semester 4th hour and lunch. For the remainder of the day they will go through a mini second semester schedule.
Survivors Speak & BHS Presents Anti-Bullying Student Assembly Auditions. Calling all singers, dancers, actors & even film makers. Auditions on Jan. 21st & 22nd from 2:30-4 PM in room 169. Rehearsals on Mondays starting Jan. 27th from 2:30-4 PM. Assembly will be on Fri. April 3rd.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, Ms. Duda-Osborne's American Sign Language classes presented interpretations of a selection of his "I Have a Dream Speech." Watch the videos in this slideshow: https://tinyurl.com/aslmlk
The 2020 Graduation and Prom Expo will be held in the BHS Commons on Saturday, February 22, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. More info and a vendor application can be found at the link: https://5il.co/cbyn
The Girls JV Basketball Team lost it's first game of the season to Stevenson 29 - 36. Laura Montgomery scores a team high of 15 points while Molly Cote chipped in 6 in a close game.
Congratulations to the varsity boys bowling team on defeating Fordson 30 – 0. Tigers started strong with two baker games 206 and 208 taking a 10 – 0 lead. Top scores for individual games were Josh Richardson 226, Troy Pratt 212, and Brad Folks 235. Way to go Tigers!!! Varsity girls bowling team defeated Canton Prep yesterday by the score 28 – 2. Lady Tigers top scorers were Brooklyn Keele 169 and 198, Brooke Petty 171, Megan Fowler 184, and Sydney Allison 172 and 258. Great job Lady Tigers!!!
Seniors: The Prom guest pass application is now available at the following link. The form requires several steps and is due on March 6 at 2:40 p.m. so please get started early: https://5il.co/c73y
Girls JV Basketball downs Franklin 45 to 19. Laura Montgomery led the team with 13 points while Veronica Morrison and Quanique Allison each added 8. Gabby Revels had 5 blocks. Great job Lady Tigers!
Congratulations to the varsity girls bowling team on their victory over Franklin yesterday. Lady Tigers won by the score of 29 – 1. The top bowlers of the team were Brooklyn Keele 167, Katherine Dybicki 189, and Sydney Allison 219 and 169. Way To Go Tigers!!! The varsity boys bowling team fell short in a high competitive match to Franklin 12 – 18. Come support our Tigers Friday against Westland John Glenn 3:30 at Merribowl Lanes.
JV Girls Basketball team defeats the Romulus Bulldogs 39-34 yesterday. Veronica Morrison led the team with 20 points while Quanique Allison chipped in 9 points.
BHS - Students, the application for the GIS math program is due Friday, December 20. Please return the application form to the counseling office or office 200.
Congratulations to the varsity girls bowling team for defeating Stevenson yesterday with the score of 16 – 14. The lady tigers started out with a 6 – 4 lead after baker games. The individual top bowlers that took the tigers to victory were Brooke Petty 172, Megan Fowler 176, Sydney Allison 197, and Katherine Dybicki 188. WAY TO GO TIGERS!!! The varsity boys bowling team fell short to Stevenson by the score of 13– 17. Tigers had some outstanding individual games by Josh Richardson 210, Shane Tinsley 212, Sean Tinsley 225, and Caleb Benefiel 223. The Tigers next match is 3:30 Friday at Lodge Lanes against Wayne.
Girls JV Basketball defeats Adrian Lenawee Christian, 27-15. Veronica Morrison led the team with 14 points while Breanna McCluskey added 6 points.
BHS - The Buffalo Wild Wings dine to donate event is Wednesday, Dec. 18, 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. Don’t want to cook in the middle of this busy week? Or, just want to support the Senior Class? Whether you dine in or carry out, the Class of 2020 will benefit from your delicious purchase! See the attached flyer for more information!
BHS - Students, the application for the GIS math program is due Friday, December 20. Please return the application form to the counseling office or office 200.
Belleville Girls JV Basketball Team edges St Catherine of Siena Academy 34 to 30 Veronica Morrison led the team with 17 points while Breanna McCluskey added 6 points and Molly Cote grabbed 11 rebounds.
The varsity girls bowling team was victorious over Northville by the score 29-1. Top bowlers for the Lady Tigers were Sydney Allison with a 164 and Katherine Dybicki with a 189. Way To Go Tigers!!!
Congratulations to the varsity boys bowling team for defeating Northville yesterday 27-3. Tigers won the first game with the series 900 – 844. Top bowler was Sean Tinsley with a 217 game. The second game the Tigers won 1020 – 873. Top bowlers were Troy Pratt 229 and Josh Richardson 215.
Girls JV Basketball opened with a big 39 to 19 win against Tecumseh last night. Laura Montgomery led the team with 14 points while Quanique Allison and Breanna McCluskey each added 7. Great job Lady Tigers!
BHS - The Early College informational meeting is Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the BHS mini-auditorium! Come and find out what this awesome program is all about and how it can benefit your student.
Quarterback Christian Dhue-Reid is getting some love on MLive. Help vote him up for player of the week! https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2019/11/vote-for-the-district-final-metro-detroit-football-player-of-the-week.html
Van Buren Public Schools will be closed for school today (11/12) due to poor road conditions.
Tigers football wins 67-14 over Woodhaven! Go Tigers!
Come cheer on our Belleville Tigers Football team this Friday, November 8 at Woodhaven High School at 7pm as they compete for back-to-back District Championships!
Join us for the BHS Tiger Parent Meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the BHS Media Center! We look forward to seeing you there.
We will be having a costume contest on the morning of Oct. 31. Participating students will check in with their 1st-hour teacher and then come to the Commons for judging. Want to participate? You must sign up by noon on Oct. 30 at the following link: http://bit.ly/2IxQ2CX
The school is decorated and the (sold out) homecoming dance is just hours away! For those of you with tickets, please remember that your ID is your entrance ticket! We are at capacity, so unfortunately no tickets will be sold at the door. Go Tigers!
Tiger Parents - We have many volunteer opportunities coming up soon. We need your help to make these student events a success! Sign up for upcoming events here: https://tinyurl.com/tigerparents1
Have questions about financial aid? Attend our FAFSA Nights in the month of October. FAFSA NIGHT October 16th @ 7pm in the Main Auditorium (After Conferences) FAFSA FILING NIGHT October 23rd @ 6:30pm: in computer lab 86 - fill out your FAFSA with help from financial aid reps
Paid pre-ordered class shirts and hoodies will be available for pickup during all lunches on Friday, October 4th. If you did not pre-order a shirt, there is a limited supply that will be sold on Monday, October 7th on a first come, first serve basis.
Homecoming tickets are now available for purchase on PaySchools for $20.00. Tickets will be sold during lunches beginning Friday, October 4th through Wednesday, October 9th. Please note that tickets ARE NOT sold at the door.
Tiger families: Please join us for a Tiger Parents meeting on Wednesday, September 25 at 6:00 p.m. in the BHS Media Center. We look forward to seeing you there!
Congrats Lady Tigers on their 97-88 swim meet victory over Franklin High School last night. Swimmers of the meet were Jessica Ley in the 100 freestyle and Cailin Bishop in the 100 backstroke! Great job, Tigers!
A big shoutout to BHS students Jasmine Jones and Allie Matheny for helping with some of the new pictures for the website. Thank you and keep them coming!
Girls golf gets victories over Dearborn & Fordson on Monday. Go Lady Tigers!
This afternoon we were having maintenance work on our fire sprinkler system. As the company was working, the fire alarm was triggered inadvertently. We did evacuate the building.The building was cleared and students and teachers returned to class without incident.
BHS students 16 and older: Becoming a 6th grade camp counselor is a great opportunity! If this sounds like something that might be for you, check out the info, application, and reference form here: https://tinyurl.com/owen6thcamp
On Saturday, the Cross Country team attended the Rambling Rock Invitational. Overall, the team had a strong performance. The Tigers were led by Hunter Combs, who finished with a time of 17 minutes 54 seconds, and Brady Beckley, who finished with a time of 18 minutes 28 seconds.
Welcome to the 2019-20 school year!
Belleville Football kicked off the season with a 54-0 victory over Salem.
BHS Seniors support their class and get excited about their upcoming year by painting their parking spots! Go Tigers!
Girls swim August 14, 8-9am team suits. Practice 3-5pm. August 15 practice 3-5pm. August 16 practice 8-10am.
Football begins August 12 3-6pm at BHS.
Boys Soccer tryouts will start August 12 and 13 at 6-8am and 5-7pm at BHS. August 14 and 15 6-8am only.
Girls Volleyball tryouts start Wednesday August 14, 5:00-8pm at BHS. 6-8pm August 15 and 16 at BHS.
Girls golf update from Coach Martin. Practice next week will start 8/12 and run Monday-Thursday from 12-2pm at Willow Metropark Golf Course.
Correction, Fall sports begin August 12 with the exception of girls swim and volleyball beginning August 14.
Welcome back to the 2019-20 school year! With the exception of football, which begins on August 12, Fall sports tryouts begin August 14. Please visit the athletic website for details about your specific sport. Thank you, good luck, and Go Tigers!
BHS orientation info for 9th graders and schedule pick-up info for all grades are available here: https://tinyurl.com/yyewnxh2
Decorating Senior parking spaces is a great way to celebrate your Senior year and fund raise for Senior party! More info can be found on the Senior page, which is also the spot to watch for Senior information throughout the year: https://tinyurl.com/bhstigers2020
The 2019 Spring Yearbook is now available at lulu.com. Follow the link on the yearbook page to purchase your copy today!
Belleville softball posts 7-2 victory over Lincoln to advance to todays District Championship game vs Pioneer at 3pm @ Saline. Good Luck Tigers!
Rachelle Frederick led the Tigers to victory in the circle 8 – 1 over Summerfield last night. Madison Mikulski had two home runs on the day! The Tigers scored four runs in the third inning. Batters contributing to the big inning included Cassidy Brendtke, Mikayla Demyan and Kayla Hamilton, all driving in runs.
Yesterday the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team's season ended in the District Semifinal with a 6-1 loss to the Southeastern Conference champion Ann Arbor Skyline Eagles. Olivia Newman scored the lone goal for the Tigers, who ended their season with a record of 9 wins, 9 losses and 2 ties and a 3rd place finish in the KLAA East.
Thursday, the Girl's Varsity Soccer Team began the District Playoffs with a 7-0 victory over Lincoln at Lincoln. Senior captain Bella Sylvestre scored four goals, Mya Berry scored twice, and Olivia Newman added one as the Tigers earned their ninth victory of the season. Alexis Moya and Gabby Revels combined for the shutout for the team, whose playoff schedule continues today when they play Ann Arbor Skyline at Lincoln at 4 PM.
VBPS is excited to announce the expansion of our Chromebook 1 to 1 initiative at Belleville High School to include summer take home. An email was sent out to the guardians of underclassmen today with details.
Varsity Softball gets a victory last night 4 – 0 over the Mustangs. Rachelle Frederick shut down Northville, throwing a complete game shutout. Cassidy Brendtke, Haley Bellingham and Ariel Anderson all managed multiple hits for the Tigers. Great job Tigers!
Varsity softball lost a tough one last night to Novi 9 – 2. Kayla Hamilton, Madison Mikulski, Alyssa McClendon and Cassidy Brendtke each had a hit for the Tigers.
Varsity lacrosse lost to Saline 0-18 in the Regional playoff game last night.
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team went on the road and lost to a tough Hartland team by a score of 5-0. The team finished their regular season with a record of 8 wins 8 losses and 2 ties and a 3rd place finish in the KLAA East Division. The team begins District play with a 5 PM game at Lincoln on Thursday.
The boys 4x100 is on their way to the State Meet as they placed 2nd at the Regional meet today (Ian Clark, Michael Jenkins, Dylan Harris, William Hall).
Congrats to Damon Payne for qualifying for the State Meet in the Shot Put at todays Regional.
Congratulations to State qualifier and Regional Champion, Connor Bush (High Jump).
Congratulations to Tatiyana Foley as she just finished in 3rd place at the Regional Meet with a throw of 37’3”. This throw qualifies her for the State Meet!
Varsity Lacrosse defeated Ann Arbor Huron 15-6 in the State Pre-Regional game Wednesday night. Darren Barber scored 5 goals. Nate Lazar scored four goals. Caden Courter, Zac Sawdy, Presley Goodemoot, Zac Hurd, Nick Bradford, and Blake Zweng each scored a goal. Great job Tigers!
Our JV girls finished their regular season with a 4-0 win over Wayne Memorial yesterday. Goals scored by Aaliyah Wilkerson and Emily Michelin with 1 a piece and Derricka McCarter getting the other two goals. This was our 8th shutout thanks to goalies Gabby Revels and Helina Belay.
Yesterday the Girl’s Varsity Soccer Team clinched third place in the league with a 6-0 victory at Wayne Memorial. A'Nya Griffin scored twice, Mya Berry, Emma Rafferty, and Olivia Newman scored once, and Jordan Kelly and Alexis Moya shared the shutout as the Tigers finished their league season with a record of 8 wins 4 losses and 2 ties. Next week the team will play a KLAA crossover game and begin the district playoffs.
Varsity softball gets two big wins over Fordson last night with a score of 17 – 2 & 15 - 0. Kailee Settles was credited with the victory for the Tigers in game one. Cassidy Brendtke hit the only home run on the day! Haley Bellingham took the win for Tigers in only three innings in game two. Great job Tigers!
JV girl’s soccer team lost a close one to Franklin yesterday 2 – 1. Our one goal came from Derricka McCarter in the first half. We out shot them, out played them, but we just fell short in our last home game. Our last game of the year is later today at Wayne Memorial 5:30 start time.
Varsity Lacrosse played a hard fought game at Grosse Ile and came away with a 6-4 victory. Nate Lazar and Ben Jeng scored two goals each. Darren Barber and Caden Courter each scored one goal. Great job Tigers!
Last night the Girl's Varsity Soccer Team played their last regular season home game of the year and defeated Livonia Franklin by a score of 6-1. Bella Sylvestre and Mya Berry each scored two goals and Emma Rafferty and Olivia Newman added one each as the Tigers raised their league record to 7 wins 4 losses and 2 ties. The team finishes the regular season today at Wayne Memorial at 4 PM.
BHS Tennis invites you to their annual tennis-a-thon on Sunday, May 19 (9 a.m. - 3 p.m.) Check out the flyer for more info: https://5il.co/7o6o
The men’s track and field team had some great performances on Friday at the KLAA Championships. Jalen Bell started us off with Belleville’s first track and field Championship in the KLAA when he won the Discus title. Damon Payne followed it up with the win in the shot put after a throw of 52’ and Conner Bush out jumped the competition by winning the high jump title with a leap of 6’6”. Join us Friday at Saline as we compete in the Regional Championship meet.
Congratulations to Tatiyana Foley as she placed 3rd in the Shot Put at the KLAA Conference Meet with a throw of 36’6”!
Belleville was defeated by Novi in the KLAA Lacrosse Crossover game 4-15 last night. Nate Lazar scores two goals for Belleville. Darren Barber and Caden Courter each scored one goal.
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team lost at home to Dearborn by a score of 4-1. Emma Rafferty scored the lone goal for the Tigers who saw their league record fall to 6 wins 4 losses and 2 ties. The team plays tomorrow in a tournament in Waterford, then plays on Monday against Livonia Franklin in their last home game, starting at 7 PM.
Our JV girls soccer team lost a close one yesterday 3 - 1 against Dearborn. Going into the second half down 1 - 0, we came out aggressive and scored the equalizer to make it 1 - 1 from the foot of Breanna McCluskey. Dearborn hit a long shot to go up 2 - 1 and eventually added one more. JV girls play again Monday at home against Livonia Franklin at 5:30pm.
Four RBI’s for Kayla Hamilton helps bring a victory for varsity softball over Livonia Churchill yesterday with a score of 8 – 3. Haley Bellingham led the Tigers to victory on the rubber. She surrendered three runs on six hits over seven innings, striking out three. Madison Mikulski had a solo homer in the first inning. Great job ladies!
Varsity baseball won yesterday, splitting their series with Livonia Churchill. The final score was 10 - 2 and Kyler Warren got the win. The bulk of our runs came by the way of 5 home runs. Two each from Seniors Barry Butler and RJ Sherwood and 1 from Junior Gavin Karolak. Great job Tigers!
Seniors: Tomorrow and Friday are Chromebook collection days for Seniors. Please bring in your Chromebook fully charged. You must also return the power supply (charger) and Chromebook case. You will be returning these items during your English classes.
Our JV girls soccer team won their 3rd game in a row with a 6 - 0 win over John Glenn Tuesday night. Scoring was led by Emily Michelin with a 3 goal hat trick. Breanna McCluskey, Elly Mann each with 1 goal apiece and our goalie, Gabby Revels got her 1st goal in the win. Our next opponent will be Dearborn on Thursday at home starting time 5:30 pm.
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team extended their winning streak to four games as they traveled to John Glenn and shot down the Rockets by a score of 5-0. Bella Sylvestre led the offense with 4 goals, Allison Osborne scored one, Michelle Eau Claire had three assists, and Jordan Kelly and Mekenzi Guice shared the shutout in the victory. The Tigers moved into third place in the division with the win, raising their league record to 6 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. The team plays again tomorrow night at home against long-time rivals Dearborn, who is currently in second place. Kickoff is at 7PM.
Varsity Lacrosse achieved its seventh win of the season in a 10-6 victory over Livonia Stevenson last night. Darren Barber contributed 4 goals. Caden Courter scored 3 goals. Nick Bradford, Ben Jeng, and Kyle Mikulski had 1 goal each.
Our JV girl’s soccer team won for the 7th time this season 6 - 0 against Wayne Memorial. Elly Mann, Breanna Walker, Emily Michelin and Emily "The Wiz" Wisniewski, each had 1 goal apiece. Breann "Mick" McCluskey netted 2 goals to help the victory. Gabby Revels and Soraya Taylor manned the goal keeping duties to preserve the shut out. Our next game will be later today 4 PM at John Glenn.
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team won their third consecutive game, defeating Wayne Memorial by a score of 4-1. Bella Sylvestre scored twice and Mekenzi Guice and A'Nya Griffin each added one goal as the Tigers raised their league record to 5 wins, 3 losses and 2 ties and moved into 4th place in the division. The team plays again tonight at 5:30 at John Glenn.
Belleville Lacrosse achieved its 6th win of the season in a 14-3 victory over Walled Lake Western. Darren Barber and Nate Lazar both scored three goals each. Zac Sawdy and Presley Goodemoot both had two goals each. Caden Courter, Zac Hurd, Nick Bradford and Kyle Mikulski scored one goal each.
JV girls soccer team won yesterday boosting their record to 6 - 5 with a 8 - 0 win over Fordson. Goals were scored from Jackie Torres, Breanna Walker, Amy Empson and Breanna McCluskey each with one a piece. Elly Mann and Emily Michelin had two goals for the match. Great defense solidified by our juniors, Arianna Carson and Soraya Taylor helped the shutout again. Our next game is Monday versus Wayne Memorial at 5:30.
Yesterday the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team hosted Fordson and defeated the Tractors by a score of 8-0. Bella Sylvestre had two goals, and A'Nya Griffin, Allison Osborne, Olivia Newman, Mya Berry, Amanda Greene, and Gabby DeLibera each added one. The Tigers play next Monday at home vs Wayne Memorial.
JV girls soccer won yesterday 1 - 0 against Franklin. Goal scored by Breanna McCluskey. Great defensive stand by Olivia Ehnis, Ryane Ward, Emily Wisniewski and Jackie Torres to help the shut out for our team and goalie Gabby Revels. The win brings our record back up to 5 - 5. We play Fordson today home at 4pm.
Belleville Lacrosse was defeated by Salem 3-18 yesterday. Two goals were scored by Caden Courter and one goal scored by Darren Barber.
Last night the Girl's Varsity Soccer Team traveled to Livonia Franklin and returned with a 3-1 victory. Bella Sylvestre scored twice and Olivia Newman once for the Tigers, who improved their league record to 3 wins, 3 losses and 3 ties. The team plays again today at home at 5:30 vs Fordson.
Varsity Softball won a thriller last night in 8 innings 9-8 over Brighton. Alyssa Mclendon and Allie Matheny led the tigers with 3 RBI’s a piece…..Allie Matheny had the “walk off” at bat to clinch the victory. Mikayla Demyan and Madison Mikulski made some outstanding defensive plays throughout the game to give the Tigers a chance. Had to come back from down 2 runs in both the 7th and 8th innings to get the win.
Congrats to the following girls for taking first place in yesterday’s track meet vs Franklin: Tatiyana Foley- Shot Put Jiyahna Price- High Jump Jada Hoskins- Long Jump Amara Wafer- 400m Dash 4 x 200 relay team of: Amara Wafer, Paige McGowan, Niya Thompson & Angelina Diaz
The JV tennis team won again yesterday! They beat Wayne Memorial 5-2. One doubles team Taliah Blair and Nadia Hanceri were unstoppable. Come watch the JV tennis team this Thursday when they play Fordson!
The Tigers Men’s Track Team came from behind in the final event of the day, the 4x400 relay, to win a close meet against Livonia Franklin. The relay team of Joel Smith, Brady Beckley, Yazan Zalmout and Gabriel Hawkins pulled away on the last turn to give Belleville a 3 point victory for the day. Congratulations Gentlemen!
The girls tennis team swept Wayne Memorial yesterday 9-0. Kelsey McKnight won at 2 singles, dropping only 2 games in the entire match. Hailey McCloskey, Alyssa Melidosian, Lauren Umphrey, and Brieanne DeBorde all had standout wins in doubles. Come support the JV and Varsity teams tomorrow as they take on Fordson at home at 4:00.
Our JV girls soccer team lost a close one yesterday to Livonia Stevenson 2 - 0. The first half left the team down 2 goals, with halftime adjustments we shut them down and nullified their offense. Despite the loss our efforts on the attack were great. If it weren't for our phenomenal backup goalie Elly Mann, we would have been down even more. Our next JV game will be this Wednesday at Livonia Franklin at 5:30.
Yesterday the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team lost to first-place Livonia Stevenson by a score of 8-0, dropping their league record to 2 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. The Tigers play tomorrow at Livonia Franklin at 7 o'clock, and at home on Thursday against Fordson at 530.
Tigers Softball went 3-0 over the weekend with wins over Woodhaven, Garden City and Roseville. Highlight was a 18-13 extra inning thriller over Garden City. Madison Mikulski went 5-5, with three home runs and Kayla Hamilton went 5-5 as well….both in the Garden City Game. Kailee Settles threw a no hitter against Roseville in the 15-0 mercy win.
Varsity Lacrosse went 4-0 in the Bay City Central Invitational Tournament this past weekend and took 1st place. Belleville defeated Goodrich, Bandon-Holly, Anchor Bay, and Linden-Fenton. Nate Lazar, Darren Barber, Ben Jeng, Caden Courter, Nick Bradford, Kyle Mikulski, Zac Hurd, and Mike Platt scored goals during the Tournament. Outstanding goalkeeping was delivered by Jaiden Robbins and Nate Clark.
Our JV girl’s soccer team lost their game last night to Churchill 2 - 1. Our lone goal came from Breanna McCluskey in the first half. Our next game will be against Stevenson this Monday at home. Start time 4pm
Last night the Varsity Girl’s Soccer Team traveled to Livonia Churchill and defeated the Chargers by a score of 2-0. After a scoreless first half, Olivia Newman opened the scoring in the third minute of the second half with a perfect header off of a pinpoint cross from Gabby DeLibera. Seventeen minutes later, Bella Sylvestre took a pass from A'Nya Griffin, beat several Churchill defenders and scored to clinch the victory. Despite battling illness throughout the game, Jordan Kelly earned her third shutout of the year in goal. The victory lifted the team's record to 2 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties in the league. The next game is Tuesday, at home, versus first-place Livonia Stevenson at 5:30.
The girl’s JV tennis team took another win against Stevenson yesterday, 5-4. The team was in a tie until a final winning match by Avni Patel and Lauren Bergeson pushed them to a win overall! Wish the JV tennis team luck next week when they have three away matches.
Varsity softball jumped out to an early lead over Dearborn and took home a 14-3 victory on Wednesday. Cassidy Brendtke went deep in the fourth inning hitting a home run. Kayla Hamilton led the Tigers with two hits in four at bats. Great win Tigers!
Need service hours? BHS Bands are teaming up with Comcast for Comcast Cares Day. Join us at Van Buren Park, 8am to 1pm on Sat. May 4, Volunteers will help beautify & enhance our community parks and BHS. Free breakfast & lunch provided. Register at bellevillebandboosters.com.
The JV baseball team won yesterday against Dearborn 16-10! Freshman Zach Dorton pitched a gem striking out 6 through 5 and a third and taking the win. Jacob Piccolo was a standout at the plate, going 3 for 4 with 2 RBIs. Great job Tigers.
Varsity baseball played their first game against Dearborn yesterday. They walked away with a 2-1 WIN in extra innings. Barry Butler was dominant on the mound going all 8 innings without a walk and striking out 8. He also started the last inning off with a double at the plate. Then Junior Austin Folks followed up with a single to left to take the lead and the win.
Rachelle Frederick throws a shutout as varsity softball defeats Dearborn 17 – 0. Rachelle went three innings, allowing zero runs on one hit and striking out seven. Madison Mikulski socked one home run on the day. Great job Lady Tigers!
Varsity Lacrosse was defeated by Northville 1-18. Presley Goodemont scored Belleville’s goal.
JV baseball swept John Glenn yesterday. Logan Drogowski got the win on the mound. CJ Alvarado had two RBI's.
Varsity baseball had a shutout against John Glenn yesterday! Kyler Warren got the win on the mound and Jayden Johnson had the save while also having two hits on the day!
Congratulations to the girls tennis team as they crushed New Boston Huron yesterday at home. The player of the game was team captain Bailey Etherton, whose powerful serves helped lead her to a 3 set win at number 1 singles. Come support the team on Tuesday when they take on John Glenn at 4:00.
Rachelle Frederick pitches a Shut Out against John Glenn last night with a score of 19 – 0. Great job Lady Tigers!
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer Team traveled to Dearborn and lost by a score of 6-1. Bella Sylvestre scored the only goal for the Tigers, whose next game is tomorrow at home versus Wayne Memorial.
Varsity Softball wins big 16 – 3 against John Glenn last night. Haley Bellingham pitched the winning game, surrendering three runs on four hits over four innings, striking out seven. Mikalya Demyan had the only home run of the night and Cassidy Brendtke drove in five on two hits. Great job Tigers!
Girls JV tennis crushed New Boston Huron yesterday! The final score was 7-1. Number two and three singles players Sydni Flint and Zoie Sawdy both won 8-0, and set the tone for the rest of the matches. Come support your JV girls tennis team this Thursday when they face Franklin High!
On Saturday, the girls tennis team took first place at the Eagle Quad in Taylor. Lexi Satterfield took 1st at 4 singles, and Lauren Umphrey, Brieanne DeBorde, Hannah Copeland, Haleigh Copeland, Damaris Duceac, and TaNae Troupe all had first place victories in doubles. Kelsey McKnight and Shenelle Rimando took second in their flights in singles, while Alyssa Melidosian and Hailey McCloskey took second in doubles. Congrats to the entire team on their victory!
Belleville Lacrosse achieved its first win of the season in a 12-4 victory over Ann Arbor Huron on Friday. Nate Lazar had 4 goals, Darren Barber scored 3, Caden Courter & Ben Jeng scored twice each, and Nick Bradford had one goal. Congratulations Tigers!
Congratulations to Kayla Hamilton with her solo home run Friday night. The Tigers fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 9-2 loss to Plymouth.
Congratulations to the varsity softball team with their big win 15 -3 over Plymouth Salem last night. The Tigers had two home runs on the day coming from Mikayla Demyan & Madison Mikulski.
Last night the Girls Varsity Soccer team hosted John Glenn in a match that ended in a 0-0 tie. Jordan Kelly had her second consecutive shutout for the Tigers, who saw their league record fall to 1 win, 1 loss and 2 ties.
The JV girls soccer team posted their 2nd shutout in a row with another 8 - 0 win last night. John Glen had 2 shots on goal due to our stellar defensive line of Ryane Ward, Emily Wisniewski, Olivia Ehnis and Jackie Torres. Goalie Gabby Revel having her 3rd clean sheet of the year. Goals were scored by Helina Belay, Aaliyah Wilkerson and Emily Michelin. Breanna McCluskey had the hat trick. The final goal came from a 30 yard direct kick by Derricka McCarter.
The Varsity and JV Lacrosse teams had tough losses to Plymouth last night. Darren Barber and Kyle Mikulski each scored in the Varsity game. Devin Wisniewski scored in the JV game.
JV girls tennis played a tough match against Divine Child yesterday afternoon. Freshman Meghan Sawdy and sophomore Lauren McKnight both won in two tough singles matches. Come support the JV girls tennis team in their next home match this Friday!
Congratulations to the varsity softball team with a 16 – 4 win over Livonia Franklin yesterday. Scoring for the Tigers were Madison Milkuski, Cassidy Brendtke, Alyssa McClendon, Mikayla Demyan, Rachelle Frederick, Allie Matheny, Haley Bellingham and Ariel Anderson.
Seniors & senior parents: The Class of 2019 Spring Packet will tell you many things you need to know about upcoming events for seniors, including prom, graduation, volunteer hours, Senior field trip, and much more. Find it here: https://5il.co/76i6
Spring testing continues for juniors on Wednesday, April 10 with the ACT Work Keys. All other students will attend class as usual. Schedule: https://5il.co/76gl
Check out this awesome preview of the upcoming Sound of Music performance by BHS Productions: https://youtu.be/7NQk-W_4J58
Eat well and support the class of 2020! There is a fundraiser on Wednesday, April 10 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the Michigan Avenue Panera. Bring the flyer or show it on your phone! There is even a way to fundraise through delivery orders! Flyer here: http://tinyurl.com/2020panera
Varsity Softball gets a win over Franklin. Rachelle Frederick threw a shutout to lead the Tigers past Livonia Franklin 1-0 on Monday. Alyssa McClendon grounded out, scoring one run.
Varsity Lacrosse had a tough 4-11 loss in the home and conference opener to Canton. Nate Lazar, Caden Courter, Nick Bradford, and Ben Jeng each had 1 goal.
JV girls soccer won their 3rd game yesterday with a 8 - 0 victory against Fordson. The goal scoring was as follows: Emily Michelin and one of our team Captains, Elly Mann each had two goals. Aaliyah Wilkerson, Helina Belay and Breanna McCluskey each had 1 goal. The final goal to close out the game, came from Ryane Ward 45 seconds into the 2nd half.
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer team traveled to Fordson and mercied the Tractors by a score of 9-0. Bella Sylvestre had 3 goals and 2 assists, A'Nya Griffin had 2 goals and 1 assist, Olivia Newman had 1 goal and 3 assists, Mya Berry a goal and an assist, and Michelle Eau Claire and Gabby DeLibera each scored a goal. Jordan Kelly posted a shutout in goal. The victory evened the team's league record to 1 win, 1 loss, and 1 tie. The Tigers play again Thursday at home vs John Glenn at 7 pm
Varsity Lacrosse opened the 2019 season against Grosse Pointe South yesterday. Five goals from Darren Barber, 4 goals from Caden Courter, 2 goals each from Nate Lazar, Ben Jeng, Nick Bradford, and 1 from Jack Foster were not enough in a tough 16-17 OT loss to Grosse Point South.
Our JV girls soccer team lost, falling to Stevenson 2 – 0 yesterday. Despite excellent scoring opportunities from Elly Mann, Derricka McCarter and Breanna Walker, the team couldn't close the gap. The team effort, endurance and conditioning helped keep us competitive throughout the game.
Varsity Softball Claws Back, but Falls Just Short Against Livonia Stevenson last night with a score of 8 - 6.
Our JV girls soccer team won their 2nd consecutive game in a row last night. The 2 - 1 victory was highlighted with both goals coming from Breanna McCluskey, with assists from Soraya Taylor and Elly Mann. "We played with intelligence and tenacity. Our persistence on offense finally paid off in the second half with 2 goals." Coach Joe stated. "We take on Livonia Stevenson Thursday night.
Yesterday varsity baseball won their season opener against Livonia Stevenson. The score was 1 - 0 with Barry Butler pitching six innings allowing only one hit and fellow Senior Andrew Leamy finishing the Spartans off and completing the shutout. Nate Boyar lead our bats by going 2 for 3 from the plate, but the play of the game came from sophomore Kyler Warren with a walk off single to seal the deal. Great game tigers!
Last night the Varsity Girls Soccer Team opened its league season with a 2-2 tie versus Livonia Churchill. Bella Sylvestre and Olivia Newman scored for the Tigers, who play again tomorrow night at 7 pm at Livonia Stevenson.
Last night the Varsity Girl's soccer team opened their season on the road with a loss to a strong Plymouth High School team by a score of 6-2. Lauren Marshall scored both goals for the Tigers, who played well in spite of the final result. The team plays their first league game at home on Friday at 5:30 against Livonia Churchill.
Our JV girls soccer team lost their opening game of the 2019 season against Plymouth yesterday. Despite the loss, our goalie Gabby Revel, had an outstanding 93% save percentage during the battle. Congratulations to our newest freshmen team members on their inaugural High School soccer match: Derricka McCarter, Breanna McClusky, Emily Michelin, Rachel Sentowski, Jaqueline Torres, Ryane Ward, Aaliyah Wilkerson, Emily Wisniewski & Gabby Revel. "We had an excellent game, we'll regroup, focus on our challenges and come out stronger for our next game this Friday versus Livonia Churchill". Coach Joe assured the team.
The Belle-Voxel-Bots are scheduled to have their first robotics match at about 11:10 a.m. The match times are always dependent on the duration of previous matches. The event is streaming live here: https://www.twitch.tv/firstinmi04?tt_content=text_link&tt_medium=live_embed
Interested in viewing our own Belle-Voxel-Bots and many other teams in the space-themed First Robotics Competition on Friday? The competition starts at 10:30 a.m. and will stream live here: https://www.twitch.tv/firstinmi04
BHS Productions is pleased to present the spring musical, The Sound of Music. Show times and dates: Thursday, April 11 (7:00 p.m.), Friday, April 12 (7:00 p.m.), and Saturday, April 13 (2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.) Tickets will be available at: https://www.showtix4u.com/events/2309
VBPS & BHS Team 6615, the Belle-Voxel-Bots, invite you to the First Robotics District Event this weekend at BHS. This family event is great introduction to science & technology. For updated info on this Deep Space themed event, check here: http://tinyurl.com/voxelbots
You may have heard the hype about the upcoming mother/son dance & father/daughter dance sponsored by BHS Student Council. You can either pay through PaySchools or pay in person for the tickets at BHS. Please see the flyer for all payment and dance details: https://5il.co/6oc4
Students: The 2019-20 Program of Studies is available now so that you may use it during course selection: https://5il.co/6p8f
The Tuff Puff volleyball game has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the main gym.
Attention BHS: Thursday is Heart Awareness Day, and everyone should wear pink or red. Also, we are still having the bake sale, flower/candy/stuffed animal sale at lunches, and we will have kindness activities during the day and at lunches. More info on morning announcements.
Update from StuCo on Kindness Week: Due to the snow day on Tuesday, Wednesday will be Bullying and Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Wear Blue or Pink on Wednesday to show your support and participate in activities during lunches.
Belleville New Tech has been selected to participate in the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s Hamilton Education Program! Thanks to Mr. Darket and Ms. Sprague, BNT sophomores will have the opportunity to work on a “founding era” project and attend a matinee performance of Hamilton!
Congratulations to Justice Shafer, Nathan Antolin, Blake Williams, and Jaden Rice for advancing as Regional Qualifiers in wrestling today!
Congratulations to the Belleville/Huron/Airport/Flat Rock Unified Hockey team for winning the SEHL League Championship!
Tuff Puff Volleyball Game! The Class of 2019 and the Class of 2020 will battle, and the winning team will play against the staff! The Game is Wednesday, February 13th, 7 pm - 9 pm. The cost is $5.00 dollars for entrance. Come and experiences this awesome event!
Congratulations to the Belleville wrestling team as they won the MHSAA Team Districts this evening! Good luck at Regionals!
All basketball games are still being played as scheduled today. Come support the boys at Fordson or the girls at Home vs Fordson. F & JV girls tip at 5:30, V at 7. F boys 3:45, JV 5:15, V 6:45.
Students: Please fill out the following schedule request form if you need changes to be made. Counselors will call you down as they are available to discuss your request: https://goo.gl/forms/PnV2f9nPXmDJujjE2
William D. Ford and MIAT students: Please see the link below for information about exams and program attendance for Monday, 1/28: https://tinyurl.com/y8st24yp
BHS Students - The plan for exams is as follows: Exams for hours 1 - 3 will be Friday morning. (A.M. William D. Ford students do not need to report.) Friday is a half-day, dismissing at 10:52. Exams for hours 4-6 will be on Monday morning. Monday will be a full day of school.
Lady Tigers JV and Varsity Basketball beat Franklin at home tonight. Come show your support for the girls this Friday vs Churchill.
Congratulations to the first inductees into the Belleville Athletic Hall of Fame. Peg Curtis Mike Garland Anne Gray Harry HIdenfelter Bob LaPointe Frank Nunley Keith Simons Barry Susterka Sam Vicchy 1983 Softball Team 1984 Softball Team
The belleville girls basketball team earned a hard fought victory, 54-51, over Dearborn in overtime tonight.
Congratulations to the girls bowling team on their victory over Churchhill yesterday 28-2. Top bowlers for the Lady Tigers were Katherine Dybicki 200, 183 and Sydney Allison 248, 234. Way To Go Tigers!!!
The Varsity Boys Basketball team beat John Glenn 81-78 in an OT Thriller this evening. Congratulations on the win guys!
Be sure to watch Channel 20 at 10:00 p.m. or Channel 7 at 11:00 p.m. to see footage of the Do It For Daniel presentation at Belleville High School.
Congratulations to the boys and girls varsity bowling teams on defeating Fordson yesterday. The Boys started out strong with team baker games of 203 and 188 taking an early 10 - 0 lead. Leading scorers for the boys in individual games were Shane Tinsley 212, Caleb Benefiel 202,Troy Pratt 209, and Bradley Folks 267. The Fighting Tigers won by the score of 30 – 0. The girls also won by the score of 30 – 0. Leading bowlers for the lady tigers were Brooklyn Keele 166 and 167, Katherine Dybicki 194, and Sydney Allison 224. Way To Go Tigers!!!
Belleville Boys Hoops (F, JV, V) all got wins vs Fordson tonight! Nice work guys. John Glenn is next at Home on Friday.
The Graduation & Prom expo is Saturday, February 23, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Many vendors will be available for your graduation party and prom needs. For more info about attending or for the vendor application, please see this link: https://5il.co/63in
Seniors: The prom guest pass application is now available. The deadline is Friday, March 1 at 2:40 p.m. Applications should be turned in to the main office. Click this link for the application: https://5il.co/63h5
Support organizations will be providing resources before and after the "Do It For Daniel" film viewing event and conversation. Please join us. https://www.apptegy.net/s/news-belleville-high/articles/do-it-for-daniel-a-suicide-awareness-conversation-belleville-high
On Friday, January 11th we will have assemblies to increase awareness and provide resources for students who struggle with depression. The program is "Do it for Daniel". We will have an evening program for community members on January 10th. See our website for more information.
Congrats to Jack Haase for qualifying for the D2 State meet in both the 200 and 500 freestyle
Belleville Boys Basketball defeats Churchill 74-50.
The PBIS team will be selling jolly grams (candy) in the cafeteria December 17th- 20th at all lunches. They will be 50 cents each. They will be distributed on Friday December 21st in 1st hour.
Congratulations to the girls bowling team for winning their second straight match in the conference. Way To Go Tigers!!!
Dine to donate on Thursday, December 13 at the Applebees on Belleville Rd. Mention the dine to donate and the class of 2019 will receive 15% of the proceeds toward Senior party.
Spread seasonal cheer and joy in our community by voting for your favorite BHS coach or teacher to sing during lunch! Your small donation adds up in a big way when we can use it to purchase toys for the kids in our area!
BHS Student Council is excited to host a holiday craft and vendor show, Saturday, December 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the BHS Commons. Admission to shop nearly 80 vendors is free! Proceeds benefit the Class of 2019. Crafters & vendors: https://tinyurl.com/bhscraftshow
Congratulations to the following individuals for their post-season honors in football (Detroit News): Dream Team: Devontae Dobbs, Julian Barnett First Team: Jalen Hunt, Andre Seldon Second Team: Marvin Ham, Jalen Williams Honorable Mention: Christian Dhue-Reid, Tyrece Woods
Boys Varsity basketball beat Romulus 63-43 to open the season 1-0.
Belleville Swimming beats Wyandotte 103-82. Swimmer of the meet was Travis Kruschlin for his 100 yard freestyle. He is looking forward to the Alumni Meet at BHS on 12-15 at 1pm to Swim against all the alumni and Coach Lang!
Congrats to the BHS Men’s Swim team on their victory against Wyandotte. Swimmer of the meet was Travis Krushlin. He is excited to swim against the Alumni next weekend. Go Tigers!
In January, BHS will partner with Special Olympics to host Unified Champion basketball games. The Polar Plunge is a great way to support the Special Olympics. For more information, check out the Michigan Special Olympics page: http://somi.org/index.html
BHS Student Council is collecting new, unwrapped toys that will be donated to kids in our community during the holiday season. Donations will be accepted through December 14 and can be placed in the donation boxes in the media center. Thank you for helping us help others!
Sumpter Goodfellows' "No Child Without a Christmas" application is due Dec. 7 and can be found here: https://5il.co/5o2v
Belleville football will play Saturday, November 17 at 1pm vs Chippewa valley. They game is at Troy Athens high school. Tickets are $7 at the gate. Come cheer on your Tigers to try and get them to Ford Field.
No Shave November keeps growing and growing... check out our follicle superstars here: http://tinyurl.com/vbpsnsn
Updated link for the VBPS Education Foundation Jingle Bell Run on Saturday, December 1st: https://hub.enmotive.com/events/2018-belleville-jingle-bell-5k-run-walk.
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday, November 7 (12:00 - 3:00 p.m.) and Thursday, November 8 (12:00 - 3:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) Hope to see you there!
Our very own Julian Barnett is among the finalists for MLive's football player of the year! You can vote for him here as many times as you like until 3 p.m. on Friday: https://tinyurl.com/BHSBarnett
Congratulations to the Belleville Football team for winning the schools first ever District Championship! Next up, West Bloomfield in the Regional Championship on Friday November 9, 7pm at BHS. Ticket prices will be $6.
Belleville football advances through the Pre-District round with 28-7 win over Dearborn. Come support the team on Friday night, 7pm, at BHS as they take on Monroe for a District Championship. Reminder that admission is $6 for this MHSAA Event. Good Luck Tigers!
Come support your Tigers as they take on Dearborn in the Pre-District round of the MHSAA Football Playoffs Friday night at BHS. Game time is 7pm and please note that admission to this MHSAA event is $6.
The BHS PBIS team will be selling Boo grams (candy) in the commons on October 25th-30th. Buy some for a friend. They will be sold for $.50 each. The grams will be delivered in 1st hour classes on October 31st.
Congratulations to Belleville football for winning the KLAA Championship 32-17 over Brighton!
BHS Marching Tigers is one of this week's 4Frenzy Best Marching Band Top 10! Vote them into number one! https://tinyurl.com/votebhsbands
KLAA Championship game for football is set. Belleville will host Brighton on Friday at 7pm after defeating Franklin 56-6.
BHS students and staff have put together a Homecoming Dance "Pep Talk": https://tinyurl.com/bhspeptalk
Want to have input into the playlist for the homecoming dance? Add your suggestions into the following form : https://goo.gl/forms/PNqAmBuU77zIziJ12 Remember the final list is subject to staff and DJ approval.
46-0 win for Belleville football. Sets up Division Championship game vs Franklin next Friday at 7pm on Homecoming Night! Come cheer on your Tigers!!!
The varsity volleyball team defeated Dearborn in 4 sets last night. Way to go Tigers!
The tigers cross country team ran a tough race against Livonia Franklin yesterday. The top men were Brady Beckley and Andy Schweers. For the women, Gracie Overby and Zaria Miller ran 10 second and 17 second Personal bests.
BHS Spirit Week is October 8-12. Check out the flyer for the details of each spirit day! http://5il.co/540l
Good afternoon BHS families.Tomorrow, October 3rd is count day. Please be sure your student is in attendance. The Senior Parent Meeting will be held at 7 o'clock p.m. tomorrow night in the main auditorium. This Friday October 5th is Picture Re-take Day. Go Tigers!
Belleville High School Senior Parent Meeting----Parents please join us for an informational meeting about everything you need to know about your students senior year at Belleville High School.
Outrun the zombies in the Belleville New Tech annual Zombie 5k run on October 27. Details and registration information for this frightfully fun event can be found in the flyer: http://5il.co/52s5
Football punches their playoff ticket with 29-26 win over Fordson. Congrats on the big win!
Belleville football beats Wayne tonight. Sets up big Division showdown vs Fordson next Friday! Come out and show your support. Go Tigers!
BHS Student Council presents an evening of fun for elementary students on Friday, September 28. The flyer has more details about this annual fun event: http://5il.co/4x70
6th Grade Counselor applications are open for students ages 16 and older. More information and requirements can be found on the counseling page: http://vanburenmi.apptegy.us/o/belleville-high/page/6th-grade-camp-counselor-info
Varsity Football gets tough Division win on the road vs John Glenn 26-21.
Tigers Women's Swim and Dive defeated John Glenn last night by a score of 91-79
JV football beats John Glenn 41-0
Varsity Volleyball earned a hard fought win vs John Glenn tonight! Good Job ladies!
Ms. Lopez, the BHS College Adviser, has created a new college advising website. Check it out to make an appointment with her! http://bhscollegeaccess.weebly.com/
Varsity Football final from Dearborn. Belleville 51 Dearborn 14
Belleville 35 Dearborn 7 at the half.
18-12 JV Football wins over Dearborn. Congrats!
Freshmen football took down Dearborn 36-0 tonight.
Congratulations to Men's Varsity soccer for beating Wayne 5-0 this evening.
The 26th Annual Band Review is coming soon! This event will be held on the BHS Athletic field on Tuesday, September 18. The flyer has more information: http://5il.co/4qqs
Final! Belleville 48 Churchill 24. Big Division win. Congrats Tigers!
Still need to pick up your schedule & Chromebook? 9th & 12th grade band students can pick up them on Thursday, August 30, 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. All other students can pick them up on Thursday, August 20, 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Tigers football wins a thriller over Brighton 40-35 on late TD! Congrats!
BHS back-to-school packet with info about schedule pick up, freshman orientation, important senior dates, etc. is now available: http://5il.co/4ea2
The BHS Boys Golf Free Clinic Scheduled for August 14, 15, and 17 at Harbour Club has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you!
BHS BOYS GOLF CLINIC FREE - three day golf clinic WHO: All boys in grades 7th – 12th that live in the Van Buren School District WHEN: Tuesday, August 14th & Wednesday, August 15th 2:30pm – 5:30 & Friday, August 17th 1pm – 4pm WHERE: Harbour Club Golf Course located at 49000 Denton Rd., Belleville 48111 CONTACT: BHS Assistant Coach Williams at 734 612-1657
The Villa Team (Sam Villa, Jack Gray, Jeff Price & Dave LeBlanc) win the 2018 BHS Athletic Golf Outing which was held at Pine View GC last Saturday. Thank you to all who participated. We are grateful to all of our sponsors who helped make the outing a success. Atchinson Ford, Buffalo Wild Wings-Ypsilanti, Krumm Agency, BHS Bands, C.E. Raines Co., JM Engraving, Benitos Pizza-Belleville, Belleville Retired Aquatics, Stephanie Simons, Doc Williams-Family Dentistry, Lakes of Taylor Golf Course, John Cast & Simone Pinter.
All Summer Athletic Conditioning Schedules/Calendars can be found at: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=vanburenschools.net_tktv3htq633lgi3dsuijva61pk%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/New_York
The 2018 Summer Football Calendar is now available on the Athletic Webpage. Please go to: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/168993/2018_BHS_FB_Calendar_2.pdf
Let us know your thoughts on changing school colors and mascots for Owen & McBride https://goo.gl/forms/4dhRGubTUpy5E8AP2 Thanks!
The Belleville High School Annual Education Report is available on our website under the "OUR SCHOOL" tab. Hard copies are available in the main office.
Varsity softball lost to Ann Arbor Pioneer 0-5 last night in the first round of MHSAA Districts Highlights - Hailey Clement went 1-3 with a bunt. - Haley Bellingham went 1-3 with an infield single. - Kailee Settles went 1-3 with a single to right field. - Rachelle Frederick pitched 6 complete innings giving up 7 hits, 2 walks, 1 earned run with 2 striking outs.
Last night the Varsity Girl's Soccer team ended their season with a 6-1 defeat at Ann Arbor Skyline in round one of the MHSAA Districts. Alyssa Clark scored the only goal for the Tigers, who ended their season with a record of 14-6-1 and 9-0 in the conference. Congratulations to the team for another successful season.
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Yesterday, the varsity Track and Field team hosted the WWAC League Championship meet. For the men’s team: Placing first, Jalen Gaskin in shot put and discus and Conor Bush in high jump. Finalists were: Cobey Hall and Patrick Lupro in the 100 meter dash, Cobey Hall in the 200 meter dash, Gabriel Hawkins and Kamaree Clark-Lewis in the 400 meter run, Nick Cooley in the 800 meter run, Brady Beckley in the 1600 meter run, and Isaiah Foster and Prince in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles. The 4 by 100 meter relay team with Lupro, Seldon, Harris, and Hall took first place. For the women’s team: Placing first, Tatiyana Foley in shot put, Shacylah Smith in discus and Jiyahna Price in high jump. Finalists were: Paige McGowan, Tyana Thompson, and Klara Smith in the 100 meter dash, London Lee and Klara Smith in the 200 meter dash, Niya Thompson in the 400 meter run, Nyeem Mayfield in the 100 meter hurdles, and Araynah Dover and Ciera Wells in long jump. The 4 by 200 meter relay with Smith, Thompson, Mayfield, and Lee placed 3rd, the 4 by 400 meter relay with Myracle Welch, Niya Thompson, Jiyahna Price, and London Lee took 4th place and the 4 by 100 meter relay with London Lee, Tyana Thompson, Klara Smith, and Paige McGowan took first place in the championship meet.
Varsity softball wins at Livonia Franklin yesterday in a doubleheader 16-1 & 12-7. Highlights - Hailey Clement went 7-9 with 6 singles and a double - Alyssa McClendon went 6-7 with a 4 singles and two doubles. - Haley Bellingham went 5-9 with 4 singles and a double. - Madison Mikulski & Mikayla Demyan are tied at 11 home runs each setting new school single season record.
The Varsity Girl's Soccer team completed their third straight undefeated league season and won their fourth consecutive league title with a come from behind 6-3 victory at Garden City. Senior co-captain Madison Marshall led the way with four goals and Lauren Marshall added two as the Tigers raised their overall record to 14 wins, 5 losses, and 1 tie.
The Varsity Girl's Soccer team celebrated Senior Night with a resounding 10-2 victory over Redford Union last night. The win raised the teams league record to a prefect 8-0 and clinched at least a share of a fourth consecutive League Championship. Madison Marshall and Lauren Marshall both scored three goals, and Alyssa Clark, Katie Byrd, Michelle Eau Claire, and Emma Rafferty each added one for the Tigers.
Varsity softball wins big over Summit Academy 18-0 last night Highlights - Hailey Clement went 3-4 with 2 doubles and a triple. - Haley Bellingham went 3-3 with 3 singles. - Alyssa McClendon & Allie Matheny both went 2-3 with a single and a double. - Mycah Smith was 1-1 with a triple. - Madison Mikulski went 2-2 with 2 home runs. Rachelle Frederick and Kenzie Kennedy combined for a no-hitter.
Congratulations to the Boys Golf Team with wins against Crestwood, Redford Union and Annapolis last night. Nicholas Cooley-Sarna was the low scorer.
The Plymouth Wildcats prove to be too much for the Tigers last night at the MHSAA Lacrosse District game. Our Tigers suffered a 16-4 loss. Jay Rupnow made 18 saves, Caleb Forga and Tyler McDermott each had 2 goals for the Tigers. Congratulations to the lacrosse team on a great season.
On Friday, the varsity Track and Field team competed in the MHSAA Regional meet at Saline HS. For the men’s team: Placing first, Jalen Gaskin in shot put and discus and Conor Bush in high jump. Finalists were: Cobey Hall, Patrick Lupro, and Andre Seldon in the 100 meter dash, Dylan Harris in the 200 meter dash, Gabriel Hawkins and Jamari Buddin in the 400 meter run, and Isaiah Foster in the 110 meter hurdles. The 4 by 100 meter relay team with Lupro, Seldon, Harris, and Hall placed 4th and the 4 by 200 meter relay team with Harris, Seldon, Merriweather, and Hall placed 5th. For the women’s team: Tatiyana Foley placed 5th in shot put and Shacylah Smith placed 6th in discus. Paige McGowan was the finalist for in the 100 meter dash. The 4 by 100 meter relay with London Lee, Tyana Thompson, Klara Smith, and Paige McGowan placed 7th and their 4 by 200 meter relay took 6th place. The 4 by 800 meter relay with Nya Thomas, Ashanty Spencer, Alexis Mattingly, and Myracle Welch placed 7th.
Varsity softball went 1 for 3 this weekend - Haley Bellingham went 3-6 with 3 singles. - Madison Mikulski went 5-8 with a single, double and 3 home run. - Mikayla Demyan went 3-8 with a single, double and 1 home run. - Alyssa McClendon & Rachelle Frederick both had 1 home run each. - Mackenzie Kennedy got the win against Marine City allowing 5 hits, 2 walks and had 2 strikes outs.
Congratulations to the Varsity Lacrosse team as they defeated Arbor Prep 19-1 in the last game of the season Friday night.
Seniors: Updated information on painting of BHS class of 2018 parking spots. Due to the threat of rain on Saturday, there will be paint available on Friday, May 18th from 3:00 p.m. till 7:30 p.m. please be sure to bring your paint brushes and a paint pan.
Varsity softball defeated Dearborn both games in our double header yesterday Highlights game 1 win 15-1 - Haley Bellingham went 1-2 with a single and 2 RBI's. - Madison Mikulski went 3-3 with a single, 2 home runs and 6 RBI's. - Samantha Jernigan went 1-2 with a single. - Alyssa McClendon went 2-3 with a double, a home run and 3 RBI's. - Allie Matheny went 2-3 with 2 singles. - Rachelle Frederick pitched a 2 hitter allowing 1 run, 1 walk and had 6 strikeouts. Highlights game 2 win 19-7 - Hailey Clement went 2-4 with 2 singles. - Madison Mikulski went 2-2 with a double, a home run and 2 RBI's. - Mikayla Demyan went 2-2 with a single, a home run and 4 RBI's. - Alyssa McClendon went 2-3 with a single, a home run and 5 RBI's. - Allie Matheny went 2-2 with 2 singles. - Katherine Dybicki went 2-3 with a single and a double. - Mycah Smith went 2-4 with 2 singles. - Haley Bellingham and Kailee Settles split game 2 allowing a combined 7 runs, 0 walks, and had 3 strikeouts.
The JV Boy Baseball team split a double header with Dearborn yesterday. The JV Tigers won the opener 9-4 however 14-6 in the night cap. Caleb Overby and Nick Rafferty has an exceptional defensive game.
Yesterday the Girl's Varsity Soccer team traveled to Redford Thurston and returned with a 9-0 victory. Emma Rafferty and Ashlynd Griffith scored twice, and Madison Marshall, Bella Sylvestre, Lauren Marshall, Michelle Eau Claire, and A'Nya Griffin all scored once as the Tigers remained undefeated in league play.
Yesterday, the Belleville Track and Field team went against Dearborn, Fordson, and Romulus. For the men’s team: Placing first, Jalen Gaskin in shot put, Connor Bush in high jump, Isaiah Foster in the 100 meter hurdles, Cobey Hall in the 100 meter dash, Deion Burks, Kaevon Merriweather, Jalen Hunt, and Dylan Harris in the 4 by 100 meter relay. Foster in the 300 meter hurdles, Harris in the 200 meter dash, and the 4 by 400 meter relay. For the women’s team: Placing first, Tatiyana Foley in shot put, Shacylah Smith in discus, Ji Price in high jump, Nyeem Mayfield in the 100 meter hurdles. Klara Smith, Tyana Thompson, London Lee, and Amara Wafer in the 4 by 200 meter relay. Klara Smith in the 200 meter dash. Smith, Thompson, Lee, and Paige McGowan in the 4 by 100 meter relay. Amara Wafer, Niya Thompson, London Lee, and Ji Price in the 4 by 400 meter relay.
Varsity softball lost both games to Livonia Stevenson, 2-5 & 4-5 yesterday Game 1 - Hailey Clement went 1-4 with a triple and 2 RBI's. - Haley Bellingham and Alyssa McClendon both went 1-3 with a single. - Madison Mikulski went 1-4 with a single. Game 2 - Hailey Clement went 1-4 with a triple. - Madison Mikulski went 2-3 with a single & a double with one RBI. - Mikayla Demyan went 1-4 with a double and 1 RBI. - Alyssa McClendon went 1-3 with a single. - Samantha Jernigan went 1-2 with a triple. - Kailee Settles went 1-2 with a single and 1 RBI. - Rachelle Frederick went 1-4 with a double and 1 RBI.
Yesterday Varsity baseball played Blissfield and came home with the win, 4 to 2. Senior Josh Anderson was very effective on the mound, allowing only 4 hits and no walks, while going 3 for 4 from the plate. Cam McKiddie got the save with 2 strikeouts in 3 innings. He also went 1 for 2 with a walk and 2 RBIs. Great job tigers!
JV Baseball Tigers split the series with Garden City yesterday winning 8-1 after falling 4-2 on Monday. Belleville was crushing the ball notching 11 hits with Brad Folks, Austin Folks, Joe Trigg and Mathew Marek each doubling. Sam Robinson also logged a triple. Trigg pitched the JV Tigers to victory. He surrendered one run on three hits over three innings, striking out four.
The varsity softball team lost a tough one to Garden City yesterday 2-6 - Hailey Clement went 2-4 with a single and a triple with 1 RBI. - Haley Bellingham went 1-4 with a single and 1 RBI. - Madison Mikulski went 1-4 with a single. - Mikayla Demyan, Alyssa McClendon & Kailee Settles went 1-3 with each getting a single. - Rachelle Frederick pitched. Gave up 8 hits, 1 walk, 1 hit by pitch, 3 strikes outs and only 1 earned run.
The girl's varsity soccer team defeated Clarenceville yesterday by a score of 10 to 0. Senior captain Madison Marshall scored 4 goals, Shawn Broadhust added 2, and Alyssa Clark, Michelle EauClaire, Gabby DeLibera, and Olivia Newman each added one, as the first place Tigers improved their league record to a perfect 5 wins and 0 losses.
Congratulations to the boys varsity golf team as they captured a win over Romulus yesterday
Varsity Lacrosse defeated Ann Arbor Huron 11-2 last night with goals from Noah Copeland, Connor Mann, Caleb Forga, Nate Lazar, Will Confere, and Alec Emerson.
Congratulations to the boys track team for taking 2nd place at the Woodhaven Invitational today and to the girls for taking 3rd place. Keep up the good work!
The Belleville Athletic Department Golf Outing is set for June 9 at Pineview Golf Course. Please visit the athletic webpage or stop in the BHS athletic office for details!
Class of 2019! Order your Senior Status shirt now! Shirts can be ordered for $15 through April 27 from Mr. Tedaldi or Mrs. Rybicki. You can also order them at lunch on Monday, April 23rd.
More opportunities to see the BHS musical "Into the Woods!" Come see the amazing performance and set! Friday, April 20 - 7:00 p.m., Saturday, April 21 - 2:00 p.m. & Saturday, April 21 - 7:00 p.m.
Congratulations to Gabe Brown on being named to the Detroit Free Press All-State Team and to Davion Williams, 2nd Team. Both were also named First Team All-West.
Senior Volunteer Opportunity! Community clean-up in honor of Earth Day! Saturday, April 22, 12 pm - 2 p.m. More info here: http://5il.co/35ow
The BHS spring musical "Into the Woods" opens today! Show times and info can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/bhsintowoods
Attention Senior Parents...tomorrow is the last day to purchase Senior Prom Tickets and Senior Class T-shirts. Prom is $65.00 per guest and Class T-Shirt are $15.00. Tickets can be purchase online through Payschools and during all lunches on 4/13/2018. If you have any questions or concerns please email Mrs. Lasenby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Belleville 1- 0 Ann Arbor Pioneer Varsity Baseball gets their first home win against Pioneer. They finish with a walk off single from Nate Boyar, who threw out 3 baserunners from behind the plate.
Belleville High School Parents: There will be a Tiger Parent Meeting tonight, Wednesday, March 28th, at 6:00 p.m. in the BHS Media Center and a Senior Parent Meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the BHS Commons. Parents please read the link found on the BHS website for complete information on our Spring testing schedule.
Check out the livestream from the BHS FIRST Robotics competition http://www.firstinmichigan.org/stream.php?id=1
Belleville Tigers JV defeated WL Central 15-0 on Wednesday. Sam Robinson, Noah Flaig and Brad Folks combined to pitch a shutout in the JV Tigers first win of 2018.
Belleville Baseball wins first game of season against walled lake central in a full team effort. Mason Ampe pitched 3 innings with 5 strikeouts, and Gavin Karolak hit 2 doubles and 1 RBI.
Belleville Varsity Lacrosse was victorious with a 17-1 win in the season opener against Pinckney!
Belleville loses heartbreaker at the buzzer to Novi 73-75. Great run and season.
Pre-Sale of Quarterfinals tickets for boys basketball will take place in the Athletic Office at the high school on Monday and Tuesday during school hours. Tickets $6. Parking at event will be $5.
All Spring Sports tryouts/practices are cancelled for today.
Congratulations to the boys basketball team for their back-to-back-to-back District Championships!
Girls hoops in consecutive Sweet 16s with win over Allen Park. Advance to Regional Finals vs Wayne on Thursday, 7pm at Wyandotte HS.
Belleville boys basketball wins tonights District semifinal over Ypsi to advance to Fridays final for a chance to 3-peat as Champions. Game will be played at Lincoln at 7pm vs Saline.
Important information about AP test registration can be found here: http://5il.co/2x08 (Deadline is March 30)
Belleville boys basketball wins 64-44 to advance to next round of District play vs Ypsilanti on Wednesday at 5:30pm @Lincoln HS
3-peat!! Girls Basketball gets it done again winning 3 consecutive District Championships! Great job ladies!
The prom guest pass application deadline has been extended to Monday, March 5 at the end of the school day due today's school cancellation.
The Girls Basketball District Championship game is still on tonight. Tip-off is 7pm at Bedford HS. Come support the girls as they take on Monroe to try to make it 3 District Championships in a row!
Lady Tigers Basketball wins a thriller @Bedford. Advance to District Final vs Monroe on Friday at 7pm. Good Luck Girls!
Congratulations to Davion Williams and Gabe Brown for being named Esmark All-Americans for basketball this season!
The race that clinched the league title for the BHS men’s swim team! Go Tigers! https://m.youtube.com/watch?sns=em&v=M6TI9IilL30
Graduation & Prom Expo - Saturday, Feb. 24, 10 am - 2 pm. Many vendors will be there! See the flyer for more info: http://5il.co/2uig
Congrats once again to the boys and girls basketball programs for sweeping Woodhaven last night.
Belleville's Got Talent applications are due on February 26 by 3 p.m. in Ms. Rybicki's mailbox and can be found here: http://5il.co/2ufz
Belleville boys and girls basketball secure the season sweep of Romulus tonight (ALL LEVELS). The win also locks up the WWAC Championship for the boys! Congrats to both teams!
The Coming Home dance has been rescheduled for March 10. Refunds will be available if you already paid and cannot attend on the new date. More info: http://5il.co/2tdf
Boys swim gets close win over Dearborn 92-91 last night! Great job guys!
Congratulations to the boys and girls Varsity basketball teams for their victories over Robichaud (girls) and Thurston (boys) last night.
Congratulations to Jack Haase for breaking a 39 year old varsity record in the 500 freestyle. This time also qualifies him for the MHSAA Division 1 state meet.
Congratulations to the Boys and Girls bowling teams for defeating Dearborn yesterday at Merribowl Lanes.
Just a reminder that the Belleville High School Cominghome Dance scheduled for this evening, 2/10/18, is cancelled.
Belleville Mens Swim takes down Edsel Ford 97-89 tonight. Great job Tigers!
Boys and Girls Basketball games for Friday, February 9 vs Fordson have been cancelled.
Congrats to the boys and girls Varsity basketball teams for picking up wins over Dearborn yesterday.
Congratulations to the varsity boys and girls bowling teams for beating Romulus yesterday at Thunderbowl Lanes.
Tuff Puff Volleyball - Juniors play Seniors and winner plays BHS Staff! Who will be Tuff Puff champs? Find out on Wednesday, Feb. 7 from 6:30 - 8:30. Admission is $5 & concessions will be available.
Upcoming Spirit Week Days: Wednesday - Class T-shirt Day, Thursday - America Day (wear red, white, and blue) and Friday - Orange & Black Day! Go Tigers!
Van Buren Public Schools are CLOSED due to inclement weather.
BHS Coming Home Dance is Saturday, February 10, 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. (Doors close at 8:30.) Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches on Monday, February 5 - Thursday, February 8.
Congratulations to the Belleville Wrestling team as they won the WWAC Championship today!! Good luck in Districts!
Wrestlers get Ws over Annapolis and Garden City on Alumni Night. Great to see all the alumns at the match to support Belleville. Thank you everyone!
Great night for the Tigers! Clean sweep of Romulus for girls and boys basketball programs (sub-varsity & Varsity)!
See some BHS teachers behind the grill and raise money for Senior Party at the same time! Join us at Mongolian BBQ on 1/31/18 from 5 - 9 p.m. (Must present attached flyer) http://5il.co/2pyn
Van Buren Public Schools STEAM Showcase, featuring all things Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math! Saturday, February 3rd, 10 am-noon @ the BHS Media Center. Come check out all the cool stuff we're using across the district!
BHS has initiated a new procedure for schedule change requests. To request a schedule change, go to: https://tinyurl.com/BHSScheduleRequestChangeForm
End of First Semester Information Final Exams for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd hours Thursday, January 25th (1/2 day) Final Exams for 4th, 5th, and 6th hours Friday, January 26th (1/2 day) ***Students must be on time for ALL exams!*** On Monday, January 29th, all students will go to their first semester 1st hour classes. Teachers will distribute second semester schedules. Students with new 1st hour classes will proceed to new classroom.
Congratulations to Davion Williams for scoring his 1000th career point tonight!
Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams both get victories over Dearborn tonight. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Derrick Lotharp for being selected as an official winner of the 2018 Disney Dreamers Academy Essay Contest! This contest is sponsored by Family Fued host, Steve Harvey, and ESSENCE Magazine. Derrick will receive an all-expense paid trip to Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, and receive hands-on training from Steve Harvey and other celebrity presenters on how to Dream Big and Discover the Possibilities. Again, congratulations Derrick on this monumental accomplishment!!
Seniors: Prom Guest Pass applications are due Friday, March 2. This application requires significant time and work, so please plan accordingly. Please see the application for more information: http://5il.co/2mzu
Coming Home Guest Pass applications are due Monday, January 29. See application for more info: http://5il.co/2mzt
Congratulations to the boys and girls varsity bowling teams on their victory over Crestwood yesterday. Boys won by the score of 21-9. The Lady Tigers also won by the score of 18-12.
Boys Varsity Basketball get road win, 81-34, on the road vs Crestwood this evening.
Great comeback win for girls Varsity Basketball over Crestwood 53-46 tonight!
The last day to turn in a Senior Picture is 1.12.18. BHS Yearbook is offering a free professional senior picture this Thursday 1.11.18. ID pictures will NOT be used. See Mr. Musser with questions.
Interested in taking sign language as an elective? Stop by and see Ms. Duda-Osborne in room 102 or email her at email@example.com.
The Van Buren Public Schools Administration Building will be closed for the entire Winter Break (12/25 - 1/5)
Belleville Athletics is offering Cardiovascular Testing for students. Check out this website for details... www.wimbledonhealthpartners.com/belleville
Belleville/New Boston Huron Unified Hockey for tonight, Dec. 13, has just been cancelled. Coaches are working to reschedule. Thank you.
All athletic activities (including practices), with the exception of New Boston Huron/Belleville Unified Hockey have been cancelled today, December 13 due to weather. Thank you!
BHS career and College Fair for this evening is postponed. Also all after school activities are cancelled.
McBride Middle School and Belleville High School students will be released at 2:00 pm today. This is being done to ensure that the elementary bus runs start on time this afternoon.
BHS Men’s swim team beat Churchill 94-92. Great swims had by all. Special congratulations to Freshmen Jack Haase for breaking the 9th and 10th grade record of the 200 Free with a 1:49.78 and 500 Free with a 5:05.23.
BHS Bowling teams win 23-7 over Annapolis. Girls top bowlers: Brook Petty 176, Katherine Dybicki 183. Boys were: Joshua Parent 203, Bradley Folks 257, and Kyle Dybicki 237. Way To Go Tigers!!!
Varsity Lady Tigers Basketball opened the season with a blowout win over Ypsilanti, 59-13. Next game is Friday, Dec. 1, 7pm at Saline HS.
JV girls hoops wins a thriller vs Ypsi to start 1-0!
Interested in trying out for the Spring Musical, "Into the Woods?" See the Drama Production page for info & practice songs: https://goo.gl/3TD386
Volleyball beats Ypsi in 3 straight games to advance to round 2 of Districts. They play @ Bedford vs Monroe at 6:30pm on Wednesday, Nov. 1.
Belleville Volleyball begins District play tonight at Bedford vs Ypsi. Good Luck!
WWAC Swim/Dive League meet pre-lims have begun. Good Luck Ladies. Finals will begin 6pm Wednesday, Nov. 1 @BHS.
Belleville beats Salem 17-7 on a rainy night in the Pre-District round of the Playoffs. District Championship will be played at BHS on Friday, Nov. 3 vs Canton at 7pm.
Belleville Varsity Volleyball gets Win over Garden City on Senior Night. Congratulations Ladies!
Update to Senior Scholar Athlete for Swim and Dive: Alexandria Long- Dive 4.3702
Scholar Athlete (senior with highest overall GPA) Kennedy Gardner-Cross Country 4.2870gpa Michael Porcaro-Cross Country 4.2416gpa Timothy Taylor-Football 4.0462gpa Noah Copeland-Soccer 4.3425gpa Lucy DeSmet-Swim/Dive 4.1481gpa Andrew Vega-Tennis 3.8426 Paige Spitgnagel-Voleyball 4.3424gpa 4years in varsity sport Kennedy Gardner-Cross Country Gregory Porcaro-Cross Country Michael Porcaro-Cross Country Jessica Sterly-Cross Country Austin Bazzeralli-Soccer Jay Rupnow-Soccer Torrence Weaver-Soccer Lucy DeSmet-Swim/Dive Allison Dilts-Swim/Dive Morgan Fowler-Swim/Dive Shelby Ostrewich-Swim/Dive Anna Veenhuis-Swim/Dive Johsua Anderson-Tennis Nicholas Cooley-Sarna-Tennis
Congratulations to Chandler Bradley for winning the Jingle Bell Run logo design contest. Out of over 100 logos submitted, her design was chosen by the Van Buren Public Schools Education Foundation!
Playoff Football: Belleville vs Salem on Friday, Oct. 27 at BHS. Game time 7pm. Gates open at 6pm. Come support our Tigers!
Seniors: Please take the prom survey https://goo.gl/1Knp5a and attend the senior meeting this week on Wednesday after school! It's your class, so make your voice heard!
Belleville football erases 21-0 deficit to beat Bedford 27-24 in overtime to go 9-0 in Regular Season. Tune in to the selection show on Fox Sports at 7pm Sunday to find out first playoff opponent.
Van Buren Public Schools was notified by the Washtenaw Sheriff's Office that the unmarked bus this morning was a new transportation provider for another school. The authorities noted that this was not an abduction scenario.
Belleville High School Students and Staff will not report today, Monday, October 16, due to a power outage.
Students, if you are missing your MiStar login, please stop by the media center for help.
BHS is hosting many college visits this week. See the events list or your counselor for more information.
No Varsity football this Friday. Belleville gets forfeit win vs Annapolis. Record now 8-0 with Bedford next week.
Freshmen football earns 18-0 win over Dearborn tonight.
BHS volleyball with the win in 3 straight tonight vs Annapolis.
BHS Students, Please fill out the homecoming dance survey so that we can make future events even better: https://goo.gl/forms/YDRPFnnCooUaEYZ83
Did you graduate in 2017? Do you want to see pictures of all last year senior events like Prom and Graduation? Did you play a sport last spring? If so, buy your 2017 Spring Yearbook at lulu.com
Seniors vs. Juniors Powder Puff football game! Wednesday, Oct. 11, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Gate and concessions open at 6:00 p.m. and admission is $5.00 at the gate!
69-0 win for Varsity Football over Garden City on Homecoming night. Congratulations!
Huge comeback by Varsity Volleyball to get the win over Edsel Ford tonight. Down 2 games to 0, they rallied to win the next 3! Great Win!
Want to have input on the homecoming playlist? Fill out the song suggestion form: https://goo.gl/forms/gpz2F3JgeDgRHL8d2
Big step towards League Championship for football tonight with 35-7 win over Fordson!
Belleville JV football wins 18-0 vs Fordson!
Girls Varsity Swim got the W tonight over Garden City. Congrats Ladies!
Congrats to Freshmen football earning a hard fought 12-8 victory over Fordson tonight!
Yearbooks are on sale now at www.yearbookforever.com. Get your copy today before the price increases in October!
Come support your Belleville Volleyball Teams as they take on Fordson Tonight at BHS~ Freshmen & JV @ 5:30, Varsity @ 7:00
Great tunout at tonight's Orange Out/Elementary Night/Senior Night football game! Thanks to everyone for attending and helping our Tigers to a 58-0 victory!
Show your Tiger Pride! Wear orange to Friday's home football game!
62-0 football final. Next Friday, September 22 is a home game at 7:00 vs Dearborn. The game is an "Orange Out" so wear your orange!
28-0 lead at halftime for Tigers Football vs Crestwood.
Belleville Football leads Crestwood 21-0 with 6:41 to go in first half.
Come see the Belleville High School Marching Band host their 25th Annual Band Review. Tickets are $5.00, and children under 12 are free. The gates open at 5:45 PM and the show kicks off at 6:30 PM.
Sophomore students teaching Freshmen about Agency (Developing a growth mindset and taking ownership of your learning). The presentations have begun.
Senior Capstone students discussing Diversity and Beliefs and how we have civil conversations while on opposite sides of current issues. The students are generating powerful conversations.
Need to bookmark Parent Portal? Here's the address: https://zangleweb.resa.net/VanBuren/Parentconnect/
53-0 over Edsel Ford tonight! Good win for Tigers football!
19-0 lead for Belleville Varsity Football over Edsel Ford at the Half.
First Friday of the school year. Students and teachers are off to a great start. Lots of black and orange in the hallways and school pride on display.
Day two is off to a great start. Open house is this evening from 5-7. Hope to see you there.
Great first day at BHS. It was awesome to see all the returning, and new, students and their smiling faces.
Tigers Football moves to 2-0 on season with 55-6 victory over Redford Union. Next up, Edsel Ford @ Edsel Ford, 7:00 Sept. 8.
Home Varsity Football vs Redford Union Thursday August 31 at 7pm. Come support your Tigers!
Come support our Varsity Football team as they take on the Bulldogs of Brighton in the Battle at the Big House 2 at 7:00pm tonight! Good Luck Tigers!!