About This School
Alternative schools are public schools that offer nontraditional education for students whose needs cannot be met in a regular, special education, or vocational school. While alternative schools are distinct from regular, special education, and vocational schools in their teaching approach or classroom environment, they can provide similar services and/or curriculum for students. Alternative schools include schools for potential dropouts, residential treatment centers for substance abuse, schools for chronic truants, and schools for students with behavioral problems. See Belleville Township High School-Night/Alternative School's test results to learn more about school performance.
In 2008, Belleville Township High School-Night/Alternative School had 158 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Illinois average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Belleville Township High School-Night/Alternative School Reviews
I believe it allows students a valuable opportunity, an opportunity to finish their eduation and graduate. This is a truely noble program an deserves all of the accolades it has acquired over the years. The staff of professionals that makel the school what it is deserve congratulations as they are doing Godd's work well.
I have just recently enrolled to the school. Most people would say that its a bad school or its just for bad behavior and slow students. But really they're missing the details and all the requirements. This school allows the student to make up credits fast and on time to graduate. Even for seniors, it offers night school hich is good for those who slack in freshman, sophmore, and junior year. It only requires 22 credits in order to graduate which is better than 26 which is a requirement at BHS. It makes it easy for those who struggles. Its just like a normal school some ppl. just miss judge it cause the way it look on the outside. You get your highschool diploma so it really shouldn't matter. As long as you're graduating and have diploma to acknowledge it.