Email a Counselor
Student West Counselors
A-D Mrs. McMurray: firstname.lastname@example.org
E-J Mr. Solomon: email@example.com
K-P Mrs. Daniels: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q-S Mrs. Cryder: email@example.com
T-Z Mrs. Koeneman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Career & Technical Education Mrs. Guinn: email@example.com
Belleville West Social Workers
Counseling Office Administrative Assistants
Request an Appointment
We are here to help you! Please do not hesitate to reach out! We look forward to working with you throughout your high school years, helping in any way possible.
To schedule an appointment:
1. Send an email or google hangout
2. Stop in the office and ask for an appointment
If you, or someone you know, are in the state of emergency, contact 911 or 988 to consult with a trusted adult immediately.
Schedule Change Requests
Please note the below class drop/change procedure and deadlines.
Please know that counselors will ONLY make necessary schedule changes after the June 1st deadline.
Requests will be considered if they meet the following criteria:
1. Scheduling errors
2. Level changes (with teacher involvement)
3. Removing an elective course for a study hall
Students may NOT request a specific teacher, class period, or lunch period.
If you feel you qualify for a schedule change, please email, google chat or stop in C109 to see your counselor.
Schedule Change Deadlines
Belleville West 2024-2025 Course Guide
All courses and their detailed descriptions can be found in the Course Guide below. Parents and students are encouraged to use the curriculum guide to:
- Make decisions carefully in light of personal objectives and future goals.
- Study the course descriptions and pay particular attention to prerequisites.
- Study the graduation requirements (page 4).
- Keep in mind the requirements for graduation and college as you plan your program.
- Pay close attention to the important scheduling information and class drop procedure (page 5 & 6)
Course Options Worksheets:
Click on the Grade Level to see course options for each grade:
AP & Dual Credit Courses
Belleville West offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses in several departments. AP courses meet the requirements of the College Board Advanced Placement curriculum. These courses are designed to prepare students to take the advanced placement test for that course, which is an optional test given in May. Since the test is optional, students are responsible for registering for the test and paying any fees associated with the test. Depending on the student’s score and the criteria of the specific university, students may earn college credit.