On May 1, Belleville High School was recognized by the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council as a Level 2 Pacesetter School.
To qualify for this award, Belleville High School had at least 20% of its students taking Advanced Placement exams and a minimum of 65% of those students scoring 3 or above. BHS's passing rate of over 76% far exceeded the Level 1 standard. However, the high school fell just 1.6% (or about 4 students) short of those taking AP exams to reach Level 1 status for a second consecutive year.
Still, this is a great honor for our Wildcat students and their dedicated AP teachers- Mr. Bussey, Mr. Cryderman, Mr. Hodgson, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Smith, and Mr. Ziehr.