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    • Belen Jesuit Preparatory School 2010-2011 Profile Pedro A. Suarez, S.J., Ph.D. Guillermo García-Tuñón, S.J., Ed.D. President Principal Lisa Peterson Claudia Basso Luis DeschapellesDirector of College Counseling College Counselor College Counselor Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA) Member of Southern and National Associations for College Admission Counseling Jesuit High School College Counselor Association (JHSCCA) Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) 500 SW 127th Avenue Miami, Florida 33184 Tel: (305) 223-8600 * Fax: (305) 223-8750 CEEB/ACT Code: 101059
    • School Profile - Class of 2010SCHOOL BACKGROUNDBelen Jesuit is an all-male college preparatory school founded in 1854 in Havana, Cuba, where it operated until government seizurein May, 1961. It reopened in Miami in September, 1961 and moved into the new facility in September, 1981.The foundation of education at Belen is based on religious formation, academic excellence, value education, social responsibilityand athletic achievement. As a Jesuit school, Belen strives to provide leaders who are men of character committed to the Christianspirits of understanding, social justice and concern for others.Although the majority of Belen students are of Hispanic background, the school is open to all students regardless of race, religionor national origin. ENROLLMENT Total enrollment in grades 6-12 .................... 1485 High School .................................................. 915 Class of 2010 ................................................ 188 Class of 2011 ................................................ 226 FACULTY 111 teachers: 64% with a Masters degree or higher MARKING SYSTEM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS The alpha system is used for all marks. Two additional A total of 28.25 credits and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 quality points are given for grades A through C in are required for graduation: AP courses. Honors courses are given an additional quality point for grades A through C. Though credit is English................................................. 4.0 acknowledged for subjects taken at other schools, only grades earned at Belen are used in calculating the grade Humanities.......................................... 2.0 point average. Mathematics........................................ 4.0 Science................................................. 3.0 Spanish................................................ 2.0 Grade Scale Quality Points Social Studies....................................... 4.5 A+.......................... 95-100 4.25 Theology.............................................. 3.75 A............................ 90-94 4.00 PE: Personal Fitness / Life Mgt. Skills.... 1.0 B+.......................... 85-89 3.25 Electives............................................... 4.0 B............................ 80-84 3.00 C+.......................... 75-79 2.25 C............................ 70-74 2.00 CLASS RANK School policy precludes ranking. D+.......................... 65-69 1.25 D............................ 60-64 1.00 ENROLLEMENT IN HONORS AND AP COURSES Students must have a 3.5 cumulative GPA to enroll in AP courses and a 3.25 cumulative GPA to enroll in Honors courses. In addition, students must have at least a B in the previous year’s releated Honors/ AP course or an A in the previous year’s college preparatory course.
    • SPECIAL CURRICULUM FEATURES AP courses offered (2010-2011): Art History Environmental Science Spanish Literature Biology Human Geography Statistics Calculus AB/BC Macroeconomics Studio Art Chemistry Physics C US Government Comparative Gov. & Pol. Psychology US History English Language Spanish Language World History English Literature Spanish Lang./ Intro to Lit Honors courses offered: Algebra I Chemistry Physics Algebra II/ Trigonometry Computer Science Pre-Calculus American Literature English I Spanish Anatomy & Physiology Geometry U.S. Government Art History Ignatian Spirituality U.S. History Biology Latin American History World Literature British Literature Philosophy College credit is offered through St. Thomas University in a dual-enrollment program in: English French Social Studies Fine Arts SpanishCOMMUNITY SERVICEBelen Jesuit has always promoted the idea of students serving the community, heightening their sense of social responsibilityand civic participation. As a Jesuit school we also believe in the ideal of forming our students to become “men-for-others”.Students are required to devote 25 hours a year to community service. A minimum of 100 service hours is required forgraduation from Belen. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD PROGRAM Class of 2010: 3 Scholars, 8 Commended Class of 2011: 6 Semi-Finalists, 10 Commended NATIONAL HISPANIC RECOGNITION PROGRAM Class of 2010: 15 Scholars, 2 Honorable Mentions Class of 2011: 16 Scholars, Honorable Mentions - TBA ACT MID 50% RANGE SCORES SAT MID 50% RANGE SCORES Class Tested Composite Class Tested V/Cr. Read Math Writing 2010* 76 22-28 2010* 145 500-610 520-630 480-610 2011** 107 22-29 2011** 151 510-650 520-680 500-620 * 40% of the Class took the ACT * 76% of the Class took the SAT ** 56% of the Class took the ACT ** 80% of the Class took the SAT 94% of Belen students are Hispanic and, for a large majority, English is a second language ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY (2005-2010) A total of 2839 examinations were taken in 19 subjects. The score distribution was: SCORE NUMBER PERCENT 5 613 22 4 765 27 3 716 25 2 456 16 1 289 10
    • College Acceptances 2010 Matriculation 2005-2010Allegheny College Iona College Texas Christian UniversityAmerican University James Madison University The Catholic University of America (2)Amherst College Jacksonville University The Cooper UnionAppalacian State University John Carroll University The Culinary Institute of AmericaArizona State University Johns Hopkins University (1) The George Washington UniversityAuburn University (2) Lehigh University (2) Trinity College (1)Ave Maria University LeMoyne University Tufts University (1)Babson College (2) Lenoir-Rhyne University Tulane University (2)Ball State University Loyola Marymount University U. Externado de ColombiaBarry University (3) Loyola University Chicago (3) U.S. Air Force AcademyBates College (1) Loyola University Maryland (1) Union CollegeBentley University (1) Loyola University New Orleans (3) Universidad de Navarra, PamplonaBerklee College of Music Marist University University of Alabama (4)Binghamton University Marquette University University of Central Florida (4)Boston College (3) Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Chicago (1)Boston University (1) McGill University University of Colorado, BoulderBradley University Mercer University University of ConnecticutBrown University Mercyhurst College (1) University of DaytonBucknell University Miami Dade College (11) University of Florida (6)Butler University (1) Miami University University of GeorgiaCalifornia Institute of Technology Moravian College (1) University of HartfordCarnegie Mellon University New College of Florida University of HawaiiCase Western Reserve University (1) New York Institute of Technology University of HoustonClemson University New York University (2) University of Illinois - Urbana C.Colby College Northeastern University (1) Universtiy of MarylandCollege of the Holy Cross Northwestern University University of MassachusettsCollege of William and Mary (1) Nova Southeastern University (1) University of Miami (20)Colorado College Occidental College University of Michigan (1)Colorado State University Oglethorpe University University of New OrleansColumbia University (1) Ohio Wesleyan University University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (1)Cornell University Oxford College of Emory (1) University of North FloridaCovenant College (1) Pennsylvania State University (5) University of Notre Dame (1)Dartmouth College (2) Pomona College (1) University of Pennsylvania (3)Drexel University Princeton University University of RochesterDuke University (2) Providence College University of San DiegoElon University Purdue University (1) University of South Florida (2)Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Reed College University of Southern CaliforniaEmerson College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1) University of TampaEmory University Rhode Island School of Design University of TennesseeFairfield University Rhodes College University of VermontFisher College Rice University University of Virginia (1)Flagler College Rollins College Vanderbilt UniversityFlorida Atlantic University Rutgers University Vassar CollegeFlorida Gulf Coast University Saint Anselm College Villanova University (2)Florida Institute of Technology Saint Leo University Virginia Polytechnic InstituteFlorida International University (49) Saint Louis University Wagner College (2)Florida State University (12) Samford University Wake Forest University (1)Fordham University (1) Santa Clara University (1) Warner Southern CollegeFranklin Marshall College Savannah College of Art and Design (1) Washington and Jefferson College (1)Furman University Southern Methodist University Washington CollegeGeorge Mason University Spring Hill College (1) Washington University in St. LouisGeorgetown University (1) St. John’s University Western Carolina UniversityGeorgia Institute of Technology St. Thomas University (1) Western New England CollegeGoucher College Stanford University Williams CollegeHanover College Stetson University Worcester Polytechnic InstituteHarvard University (1) Stony Brook University Xavier University (2)High Point University Suffolk University (1) Yale UniversityHoftra University Syracuse University (1) Santa Fe Community College (1)Inter-American University of Puerto Rico Temple University Class of 2010 acceptances in bold Class of 2010 matriculation in parenthesis