2206, 2020

Fall 2020

Without question, the challenges we faced this spring have been unprecedented.  Our district, staff, and students rose to the challenge presented to us by COVID-19.  As we continue to work through plans for the upcoming school year, we will listen and intentionally focus on how we educate and serve our students.  Specifically, we want to create dialogue that leads to actions around the issues of racism, equity, and meeting the social/emotional needs of our students.  Now is the time to ensure that our students of color and staff members of color feel welcomed, loved, nurtured, and heard within our system.

Please understand that we are committed to getting this right.  In doing so, we need to have honest conversations and identify the barriers that may be keeping us from doing our best work.  Together, focused on love, respect, and the well-being of our students, staff, and community we can strengthen our efforts to provide our students with the opportunities they so deserve.  Our staff will be working over the summer to reflect on and develop actions centered on these issues.  It is important to note that racism of any kind will not be tolerated in our schools.

In addition, we would like to share tentative plans and timelines for returning to school in the fall.  We are hopeful to begin the year with face to face instruction.  We are tentatively planning on a return to school during the week of August 10-14.  Our district has been working to secure adequate numbers of face masks, face shields, plexiglass partitions, and other PPE needed to begin school safely.  If required, face masks will be issued to all students and staff.  Our custodial and maintenance staff will be utilizing electrostatic disinfecting equipment.

We are awaiting additional guidance from the State of Illinois.  When we receive it we will adjust and finalize our plan and communicate details to our school community.

Please understand, Belleville Township High School District #201 is among the finest schools in our entire area, and we are dedicated to getting both of these issues right!  Our children and community deserve the very best we have to offer.

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Belleville West Campus


4063 Frank Scott Parkway West
Belleville, IL 62223

Belleville West is a state of the art high school built on 126 acres south of Route 15 on Frank Scott Parkway West. The campus consists of a 360,000 sq. ft. educational facility, a football/soccer stadium *with brand new turf* encircled by an all-weather 8 lane track, athletic facilities to accommodate tennis, softball, baseball, soccer, cross country and physical education.

The educational facility contains a performing arts center, computer labs and numerous career and technology labs, in addition to classrooms that meet the educational curriculum of the district.

Along with an outstanding physical plant, Belleville West is home to a 28-acre prairie grassland and conservation area and two wetland cells. Understanding the need to promote conservation, Belleville West offers opportunities for students to participate in hands-on, real world activities in science.

The Bridges Connections Program adjacent to the main campus offers transition skills instruction for students ages 18 to 21 with developmental disabilities.

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All students average A.C.T. score:

20.4 District

Attendance Rate: 93.1%

Students going on for post-secondary training:

2-year Institutions: 33%

4-year Institutions: 47%

Military: 1.5%

Vocational Schools: 2.5%

National Merit Student Finalists &
Commended Students Average for District: 10 per year

Percentage of Students in Honors Programs: 20%

Belleville East Campus


2555 West Boulevard
Belleville, IL 62221

Belleville East is located on 62.75 acres of majestic wooded land, at the corner of West Boulevard and Carlyle Avenue. This beautiful college-like campus contains 19 instructional buildings, a football/soccer stadium *with brand new turf* encircled by an 8 lane all-weather track and additional athletic facilities to accommodate cross country, baseball, softball and tennis.

The educational facilities include a state of the art performing arts center, cafeteria, computer labs and a variety of classrooms designed to meed the educational curriculum of the district. A media center was completed at the end of the 2009 school year and provides a beautiful educational space for our students.

U.S. News & World Reports awarded Belleville East the bronze medal in its 2008 and 2009 “Best High Schools Search.”

Community Service


Big Brothers / Big Sisters
Blood Drives
Cancer Awareness
Character Education
CharacterPlus Member
Collect Food for Food Pantries
Elementary School Tutoring
Empower Me
For the Cure Events
Key Club / Interact
Military Appreciation Activities
Racial Harmony – Youth Harmony Program
Student Volunteer



Basketball – Girls & Boys
Bowling – Girls & Boys
Football Cheerleading
Competitive Cheerleading – Girls & Boys
Cross Country – Girls & Boys
Dance Team
Golf – Girls & Boys
Soccer – Girls & Boys
Swimming – Girls & Boys
Tennis – Girls & Boys
Track & Field – Girls & Boys
Volleyball – Girls & Boys



Teachers / Counselors – East 155, West 131
Technology – 2
Aides – 71
Nurses – 4
Custodial / Maintenance – 48
Support Staff – 34
Administrators –  15
Average Years of Experience – 14.6 Years
Bachelors Degree – 35.1%
Masters and Above – 64.5%

Total Enrollment – 4,958 Students
East – 2,653
West – 2,305

Pupil : Teacher Ratio – 16.5
Pupil: Administrator Ratio – 371.9

Average Class Size – 18.6 Students

District Highlights

  • 16 Band and Chorus Offerings

  • 10 Theater Productions

  • 87 Student Clubs and Organizations

  • 26 Sports and Athletic Teams

  • OVER $8 Million in Scholarships Awarded to the Class of 2013

  • Over 900 Awards and Scholarships

  • 13 Advanced Placement Offerings

  • 20 Dual Credit Offerings

Belleville West

  • 126 Acre Campus at Route 15 and Frank Scott Parkway

  • 360,000 Square Feet

  • Excellent Athletic Facilities

  • Performing Arts Center, Computer Labs, Career and Technical Education Labs

  • 28 Acre Prairie Grassland

  • Bridges Connection Program

Belleville East

  • 63 Acre Campus at Carlyle and West Boulevard

  • 19 Instructional Buildings on a College-Like Campus

  • $38 Million Renovation: Performing Arts Center, Cafeteria, Media Center, Computer Labs, Career and Technical Education Labs

  • US News and World Report – Bronze Medal “Best High School Search”

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