On Wednesday, May 17th, members of the Byron High School Class of 2017 were honored at the 33rd annual Honors Convocation. More than $30,000 was awarded to students from a number of organizations in the Byron and Northern Illinois communities. More than 70 awards were distributed for academic achievement, athletic accomplishments, service contributions, and personal character. Congratulations to all members of the class of 2017!
For a complete list of awards and scholarship recipients, a downloadable and printable list is below.
Total number of students enrolled is 489.
Average number of students per class is 15.
Student who transfer in or out of school between the first day of October and the last school day of the year is 5%.
Of full time teachers, 81.9% return to the high school year to year.
All students are issued a laptop for accessing curriculum, producing products of learning, and honing 21st Century skills.
Four Year Graduation
The percentage of student who graduate Byron High School within 4 years is 92%. The state rate is 86%.
Outside the classroom, students participate in 20 athletic teams and 13 activities.
Advanced Academics & Career Development
A total of 2 Dual Enrollment, 8 Honors, and 8 Advanced Placement courses are offered. As part of Illinois’ Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, 36 courses are also offered.