Beloit Memorial High School is a four-year comprehensive school for grades 9 - 12, located in Beloit, Wisconsin. The school day at Beloit Memorial starts at 7:55 am and ends at 3:30 pm. Our average class size is 28 students with an enrollment of 1700 students and 130 full-time certified staff. 80% of our graduating students continue their education once leaving Beloit Memorial High School. Our Mascot is the Purple Knight and our school colors are purple & white.
Beloit Memorial offers a rigorous curriculum in an Academy system. The Academy system provides all students the advanced skills they need to be successful, productive citizens in college, career, and life. Academies create small learning environments that organize and develop College and Career programming pathways as choices for students. Each Pathway is a sequence of courses designed to help students prepare for a specific career area while also meeting the mandatory requirements for high school graduation.
In addition to the Academy structure, Beloit Memorial offers a variety of opportunities for students to receive college-level credits for Advanced Placement coursework, and through additional college level programming such as articulated, transcripted, and dual credit courses. Beloit Memorial also offers a myriad of electives beyond the core and College and Career educational offerings.
The mission of Beloit Memorial High School, a high performing diverse learning community, is to prepare and empower each student to compete and achieve to one's potential in a changing global society by engaging students in challenging diversified and relevant educational experiences.