“Beloit Memorial is a gem,” says Julie Lewis, who with her husband Charles, will watch their daughter Maisie graduate this coming June.
Maisie Lewis (’15) has been selected as a Rotary Student of the Week. “Beloit Memorial is a gem,” says Julie Lewis, who with her husband Charles, will watch their daughter Maisie graduate this coming June.
If children are encouraged to flourish at school, then they likely will find success in the classroom and in life.
Alison Knoble (’15) Beloit Memorial High School student was selected as Rotary Club of Beloit Student of the week in Oct. 2014. Mom reflects on experience.
In the first installment of our profile on BMHS Biology teacher Andre DeKok, we focused on the story of how and why he ended up in Beloit to teach. Here, he discusses his motivations and philosophies as an educator and coach.
Part 2. Here Andre DeKok, Beloit Memorial Biology teacher discusses his motivations and philosophies as an educator and coach.
This is another in our series Learning About Our Teachers. Here you have the opportunity to hear about the people who educate our children with the brightest of minds and preparation and the best of purpose. In two parts, our stories first describe how each teacher arrived in the profession and in Beloit, and then present teaching philosophies.
Andre DeKok, Beloit Memorial High School Biology teacher talks about his motivations and philosophies as an educator and coach. Pt. 1 of 2.
High achieving and exceeding expectations for all. That is how Jim and Vickie Fisher view Beloit Memorial High School as they prepare to watch their son Brian graduate with the Class of 2014.
“The business teachers are great. Brian has really enjoyed taking business courses. Of the nine inductees into Mr. Michel’s Business brains Hall of Fame, two of the recipients are our children.”
Lauren Otto’s high school story reads like a very good book and now this high school senior is looking forward to beginning exciting and rewarding new chapters.
Rotary Club of Beloit Student of the Week December 10th, 2013 Travel & Adventure! Her mother Jeanne says it is the many important parts of the BMHS storyline – especially those revolving around music and literature — that are sure to make Lauren’s future narrative one of accomplishment, contribution and fulfillment in college and […]
“A school is not its brick and mortar. Nor is it the tennis courts, football field or new swimming pool. A school is its students, and it changes every year.”
Rotary Club of Beloit Student of the Week Oct 1st, 2013 A view as parents That is the nature of Beloit Memorial High School, in the eyes of Dr. Chris Gianvecchio and his wife Cristina whose daughter Emily is a senior, daughter Maggie is a sophomore and daughter Kate will soon follow from junior high. […]
There is a great deal to be said for Beloit Memorial High School. So much, in fact, that it is difficult to know where to begin, much less to cover in one conversation, say Jim and Kathy Garsow.
Rotary Club of Beloit Student of the Week Oct 8th, 2013 Continued… As the parents of senior Adriana, as well as Ariel (‘12) and Abby (‘18), they have much to talk about based on past experience and confidence in the future at BMHS – all in an extraordinarily positive light. From excellence in academics to […]