BCCHS

 

Battle Creek Central High School

 

 

Parent Perception Survey Card Spring 2016 (English) Parent Perception Survey Card Spring 2016 (Spanish)

 


SAT Letter to Students and Families - English
SAT Letter to Students and Families - en Español
SAT Letter to Students and Families - Myanmar (Burmese)

 

 

Student Welcome Letter 

 

 

Purchase BEARCAT Apparel
 

Bearcat Band Information

 

2015-16 Printable Senior Calendar

 

2015-16 Printable Battle Creek Central Calendar

 

WORK PERMIT FAQs


PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE INFORMATION


YEARBOOKS!

2015 yearbooks may still be picked up at school during 4th hour in room 2202, or after school.

2016 yearbooks will be available until October 30th from $50.00.  After 10/30/15, the price increases.

GET YOURS TODAY!


 

Purpose, Vision, Mission, Goals

 

 

Our Purpose
 
As staff members at Battle Creek Central High School, we have a moral and ethical obligation to ensure that all students, from the neediest to the most capable, learn the academic and life skills needed to be successful after high school.
 
Our Vision
 
Battle Creek Central High School will be highly regarded for its academic excellence and serve as the school of choice in the greater Battle Creek community.
 
Our Mission
 
Battle Creek Central High School educates a diverse population with a challenging curriculum that prepares them to prosper in a multicultural society.
 
Our Goals
 
Year 1 (2011-2012): By the end of the 2011-2012 school year, Battle Creek Central High School will be off the list of Persistently Lowest Achieving Schools in Michigan.  (DONE!)
 
Year 2 (2012-2013): By the end of the 2012-2013 school year, Battle Creek Central High School will achieve a minimum 8 point growth (to 20%) in Proficient/Advanced Proficient students in all MME tested areas with no achievement gaps greater than 15%.
 
Year 3 (2013-2014):  By the end of the 2013-2014 school year, Battle Creek Central High School will achieve a minimum 20 point growth (to 40%) in Proficient/Advanced Proficient students in all MME tested areas with no achievement gaps greater than 10%.
 
Year 4 (2014-2015):  By the end of the 2014-2015 school year, Battle Creek Central High School will achieve a minimum 20 point growth (to 60%) in Proficient/Advanced Proficient students in all MME tested areas with no achievement gaps greater than 5%.
 
Year 5 (2015-2016):  By the end of the 2015-2016 school year, Battle Creek Central High School will achieve a minimum 20 point growth (to 80%) in Proficient/Advanced Proficient students in all MME tested areas with no achievement gaps greater than 5%.