News and Announcements View all

Fresh Water for Flint

Fresh Water for Flint

The School District of Beloit invites the community to take part in this week’s “Flood Flint with Fresh Water!” bottled water drive.

Beloit Students perform with Opera for the Young Professionals

Beloit Students perform with Opera for the Young Professionals

Opera for the Young will present an adaptation of Mozart’s The Magic Flute at Beloit Memorial High School on February 22, 2016 for all School District of Beloit third grade students. A chorus of students from across the district will appear onstage, performing right alongside Opera for the Young’s professional artists.

Beloit Educator wins County Award for Fine Arts Instruction

Beloit Educator wins County Award for Fine Arts Instruction

The United Arts Alliance (UAA) announced their winners of this year’s Janesville Area Creativity (JAC) awards this weekend, with School District of Beloit teacher, Elizabeth Carpenter, earning the Outstanding Fine Arts Educator.

Our Stories View all

Cade Johnson (16′) | Our Students Our Stories

Cade Johnson (16′) | Our Students Our Stories

“We truly experienced the adage, ‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ ” Those are the words of Dana Kuehmichel, mother of Beloit Memorial High School senior Cade Johnson.
“As a single parent,” she says, “it is for that, I am most grateful.”

Caroline Locke (16′) | Our Students Our Stories

Caroline Locke (16′) | Our Students Our Stories

“Beloit Memorial High School is a school full of opportunity, and it truly gives our community a reason to be BELOIT PROUD,” says Shelley Locke who daughter Caroline is a member of the Class of 2016.

School District of Beloit | About Us

School District of Beloit | About Us

School district of Beloit graduates consistently report that they feel far more equipped to meet the demands of modern day life and interact with people from all walks of life and all backgrounds; racial, religious, socio-economic because they went to Beloit schools.

HBCU Tour 2015

HBCU Tour 2015

The HBCU Tour of Historically Black Colleges and Universities is an annual event for Beloit Memorial High School students.

Miracle on 4th Street 2015

Miracle on 4th Street 2015

Miracle on 4th Street 2015. The holiday season combined performance by Beloit Memorial performing arts departments. An emerging community tradition.

Choice


 ...that many program and school choices are available WITHIN the School District of Beloit?

Choices include...

Low Class Size


...state funding allows the School District of Beloit to keep student ratios in grades K-3 very low?  SAGE standards are no more than 1 teacher to only 15-18 students!

Double Classrooms


 ... benefits include allowing team-teaching in which 2 full teachers have a class of no more than 30 students?

Still more advantages...

Partnerships Aid Students


 ...partnerships with both the business community and local colleges/universities allow students to get a huge head start on life?

Here's how...

Visitors


 ...that the School District of Beloit has visitors from schools across the country, looking to learn best practices from our teachers and administrators?

Read more...

Graduation Rates


 ...that the School District of Beloit graduation rate is high? Our 4-year graduation rate of 83% is close to the state rate of 85.7% (and this state rate is tied for second highest rate in our country!).

Recognition


 ...that the School District of Beloit has won multiple state and national honors? Examples include: National Honor Roll for Advanced Placement Programming also...

Read more...

Intermediate Schools


 ...that an intermediate school model (grades 4-8) was chosen to replace 4-5/6-8 schools to benefit students and families multiple ways?

Benefits to your child...

Referendum


 ...that a community supportive of public education approved a $70Million referendum in April of 2012? The referendum directly impacted nine schools...

Learn more...

Videos View all