Welcome to Bellville High School

Bellville High School Office Hours:
7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 
Monday - Friday




Bellville ISD has always tried to insure a quality education for all students.  Part of a quality education is providing a safe learning environment for students and staff in Bellville ISD.  After events in the last half of the 2017-2018 school year across the country, safety has been at the forefront of everyone’s thoughts and Bellville ISD continues to strive to make our campuses the safest in the State of Texas.  Student and staff safety is an on-going and continuous process.  Some of the efforts are highlighted here.

Bellville ISD promotes safety throughout the year.  We ask that all stakeholders, guardians, staff and community members speak with students about safety and the need to report concerns to the appropriate school personnel.

 Bellville High School 2019 Advanced Placement 

Exam Results Summary

Bellville High School had 80 students who took AP exams in a total of 7 courses(134 total exams). AP exams are given throughout the United States and also in other countries and AP exams are scored on a scale of 1 through 5.  Any score of 3 or higher is considered passing and students may be awarded college or university credit.


Bellville High School students average scores were higher than the average scores for the state of Texas on all 8 subjects in which students took an AP exam. Bellville High School students also had higher average scores on all 8 tested subjects as compared to all international/global schools.


For Bellville High School, 93 out of 134(69.4%) exams received scores of 3 or higher on the following tests: English Language Composition(normally given to 11th graders), English Literature Composition(normally given to 12th graders), Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Physics, Statistics, Biology, and Chemistry.


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Access STAAR/EOC Scores

In order to access your student’s STAAR/EOC scores, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has created an online student portal for parents. Log in to the student portal at Texasassessment.com to view your child's  scores and access additional resources.



Yearbook Order


AP Biology Assignment Pre AP Biology AP Chemistry Assignment AP English 3 and 4 Assignment Pre AP English 1 and 2 Click here for registration information Click here for registration info New Student Registration Info Class Event Info Order Yearbook Order 2018 Yearbook

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Need a VOE (Verification of Enrollment) Form 

or need a Transcript ?
Click the link below or Visit the Counselor's Page.
(Allow 24 hours from time of request and please call BHS at (979) 865-3681 before pick up.)

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Locate Us

Quick Links

Mr. Hollomon
(979) 865-3681

Assistant Principal
Mr. Dristas
(979) 865-3681

Assistant Principal
Mrs. Avant
(979) 865-3681

Mrs. Hollomon
(979) 865-3681

Mrs. Aschenbeck
(979) 865-3681

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Student Registration Information

To enroll a student in BISD,

the following information is needed:

Latest report card

Birth certificate (Certified copy

issued by the County)

Vaccination record (must be up to date)

Student's social security card

Proof of residency (i.e. electric bill,

lease agreement, etc.)

Parent/Guardian driver's license

Special Education/504 records