- Belleview High School
Belleview High School - Newest Magnet Schools of America School of Distinction
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Belleview High School Cambridge AICE and Robotics, Automation & Design Program Named National Magnet School of Distinction by Magnet Schools of America
Media Contact: Jeffery Brewer; Magnet Program Coordinator; Jeffery.email@example.com; 352-671-6210
January 24, 2020
Belleview High School has been named a National Magnet School of Distinction by Magnet Schools of America, the national association for magnet and theme-based schools.
The Cambridge AICE Curriculum is the content that we use throughout ALL of our Pre-AICE and AICE Magnet program courses. We use IGCSE Syllabi for Pre-AICE Courses and AS & A Level syllabi for AICE level courses. The individual course and requisite examination content are use in both academic and elective courses. We are expanding our elective offerings to include related CTE content to provide both breadth and depth of study for our magnet program students. We also utilize Cambridge curriculum for our general education 12th grade English course.
Through our Career Choice Program in Robotics, Automation and Design (RAD), students enrolled in that program take courses that lead to high level industry certifications in SolidWorks as well as Certified Product Technician (CPT) through the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC). Our Robotics students take several field trips throughout the year to provide learning connections for students to places such as Lockheed Martin, Cardinal Glass, Etc.
Presentation of Distinction Award:
Mrs. Guest will be recognized and receive a National Magnet School of Distinction Merit Award on behalf of the school during an awards ceremony held at Magnet Schools of America’s 38th National Conference hosted by Clark County School District in Clark County, Nevada, April 13-17, 2020.
To receive a national merit award, members of Magnet Schools of America must submit a detailed application that is scored by a panel of educators. These schools are judged and scored on their demonstrated ability to raise student academic achievement, promote racial and socioeconomic diversity, provide integrated curricula and instruction, and create strong family and community partnerships that enhance the school’s magnet theme.
To learn more about the national merit awards program, please visit www.magnet.edu