• Ms. Huguet      

    Beth Huguet
    728-2400, ext. 6656
    Being a 1980 Graduate of Hellgate High School, it is an honor to be able to teach at the same school that had such a positive impact on my formative years.  When I started teaching in January 1988, a large percentage of my colleagues had been my previous classroom teachers and Hellgate Alumni themselves.  The fact that so many graduates come back to teach at Hellgate only starts to speak to the fact that Hellgate High School is a dynamic learning environment.
    The Hellgate Business Department has robust offerings in business, finance, and media arts.  I specifically teach curriculum centered around career pathways in accounting, banking, financial planning, insurance, and investments and securities.  The various courses I teach provide knowledge and skill acquisition to help students successfully transition to post-secondary education and the world of work.
    Business Professionals of America, BPA, is the Business Department's CTSO (Career Technology Student Organization) which offers the students the opportunity to extend their learning outside the walls of the classroom by participating in 85 business competitions and leadership events, working retail at school student store, and assisting with community service.  Check out the BPA website for more details.
    My classroom is open most periods, and students are welcome to come in to complete make-up work and get additional help at their convenience as long as it is not disrupting a scheduled program/guest speaker.  If you have any questions or concerns related to your student or the Business Program, the best way to get a hold of me is through email.



    Period 0 - 8 Business Co-op Sections (student work release supervision)--offered each of these periods

    Period 1 - Street Law (semester long)

    Period 2 - Prep (in building)

    Period 3 - Business Co-op 

    Period 4 - Personal Finance (semester)

    Period 5 - Accounting 1*, 2, 3 (year-long)

    Period 6 - Prep (building release)

    Period 7 - Personal Finance (semester)

    *Accounting 1 is a dual credit class with the University of Montana-Missoula College for 4 credits

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