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The Class of 2018



On the evening of May 25th the class of 2018 was the honored guest at the 70th graduation commencement ceremony of Beal City Public Schools. Congratulations and thank you to the class of 2018; it was quite a ride. These 48 graduates collected and walked out the door with over $480,000 in scholarship money.  Hard work and dedication do pay off.  A few other fast fun facts about the class of 2018 include:


Class Motto

“This wasn’t like High School Musical at all” --Anonymous

Class Flower


Class Song

“September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire



Class Advisor

Mrs. Sara Millerov


Mackenzie Yuncker

Vice President

Caitlyn Matthews


Rebekah Raitz


Lauren Turner


The Class of 2018 Valedictorian is Madeline Steffke.

Class Salutatorian is Jason Clark.

The Class of 2018 combined had over 2500 hours of community service.

Class average GPA is 3.21.

Class average SAT composite score = 1051 (on a 1600 scale) (State average = 1007) 


Class Future Plans

Mid Michigan Community College 17
Central Michigan University 13
Michigan State University 3
Grand Valley State University 1
Concordia 1
Mott Community College 1
Michigan Career and Technical Institute 1
Alma College 1
Grand Rapids Community College 1
Alpena Community College 1
Enter the Workforce 8
Join the Armed Forces 0


Congratulations, Class of 2018!  You make us very proud!

Spring 2018 Tribal Grant Awards

On Friday, May 25th, 2018, the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe announced its grant recipients for the Spring 2018 consideration period.  We would like to thank and congratulate the following members of the staff of Beal City Public Schools for their successful grant applications: Scott Bloniarczyk Veena Cole Jen Courtright Sara Doyle Scott Leppert Alsatia  Lohr Jessi Spry Kelli VanBlargan . . .

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End-of-Year Adjustments to the 2017-2018 School Calendar

Due to our long winter and several days off we will need to make some adjustments to our 2017-2018 School Calendar. We have two full days of school to make up. The first change will be: Friday May 25 th Friday May 25 th was a scheduled day off of school. It was scheduled as a built-in make-up day. We now need to make up one of our days off by attending a full day of school on Friday May 25 th . The . . .

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Student Data and Email

Hi Seniors, Congratulations!  I know you're excited to get out of here and get on with your lives, but there are a couple of things you should do before heading out.  This won't take long!  We need to make sure that you get a copy of your file server data and your Google stuff to take with you.  Most of it you will never want to look at again, but it's easy to grab a copy and it's better . . .

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Amazon Smile

  Do you shop at Amazon?  Are you using Amazon Smile?  Amazon Smile is a program whereby Amazon shares a little of each sale with a non-profit organization of the customer’s choosing.  Beal City’s PTA is one of the eligible organizations!  It is SO EASY to set up, and once you do you really don’t need to think about it again.  Just go to smile.amazon.com and (assuming you already . . .

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Microsoft Office -- For FREE!!

Attention all Beal City Public Schools staff and students age 13 and older:  Did you know we are all eligible to download and install Microsoft Office 365 on up to 5 personal computers/devices FOR FREE!?!?  This is not a trial offer or a limited version of the software suite.  PCs, Macs, iOS, Androids – get Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. on all of your devices by clicking this link:  . . .

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Master District Calendar

Please review the school year calendar as you and your family make plans for the upcoming school year. Click here to open the 2018 - 2019 District Calendar *** Please note the adjustments to the 17-18 calendar detailed here! *** Click here to open the 2017 - 2018 District Calendar Click here to open the 2016 - 2017 District Calendar

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NWEA College Explorer Tool

Designed to jumpstart college readiness conversations with middle and early high school students, the College Explorer map displays U.S. colleges whose median ACT® scores correspond to the range of MAP scores entered. The tool also links to the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard database, providing information about college costs and more.  Click the link below to access the tool. . . .

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