Belton High School (Belton, Missouri)

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Belton High School
801 W North Ave
Belton, Missouri
United States
Coordinates 38°48′49″N 94°33′08″W / 38.81363°N 94.55227°W / 38.81363; -94.55227Coordinates: 38°48′49″N 94°33′08″W / 38.81363°N 94.55227°W / 38.81363; -94.55227
Type Comprehensive Public High School
Established 1946
School district Belton School District USD No. 124
NCES District ID 2904620[1]
CEEB Code 260160
Principal Fred Skretta
Grades 10-12
Enrollment 982 (13-14)
Campus type Suburban
Color(s)          Purple and Gold
Mascot Pirate
Newspaper The Cutlass
Belton High School Freshman Center.JPG
Front view of the school

Belton High School is a 10-12 grade high school located in Belton, Missouri. It recently moved buildings to what had previously been the Freshman Center.


For the 2013-2014 school year, the student population is 982. There is a 17:1 student ratio. The Missouri State average is 14:1.[2]

Notable Students and Alumni[edit]

Famous Faculty[edit]

  • Gregg Williams, former Buffalo Bills head coach, was the high school's football coach in the mid-1980s.


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