Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa High School (or simply BBE High School) is located in Belgrade, Minnesota. The school enrolls 7th-12th grade students in the Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa School District.
This school was formerly the Belgrade-Elrosa and Brooten school districts. When these schools did not have enough children to keep the schools running, they merged in 1989. However, Belgrade-Elrosa elementary school did not merge with Brooten until 1994.
In 2005, BBE had their first state team participant, winning the 6AA championship in volleyball. They lost to Stewartville and St. Cloud Cathedral. Volleyball went to state again in 2007 (section 6AA champions), losing to Mayer Lutheran and St. Cloud Cathedral.
In 2011, BBE made it to state with their Boys Basketball team. Their only lost of the year came in the state championship against Springfield, which gave them a record of 32-1, and second overall. Also, in 2012, they again made it to finals and played Southwest Minnesota Christian and won class 1A championship, finishing the school's first ever "perfect season" going 33-0.
In 2013, the football team made it to the section finals but lost in the final seconds to ACGC.
There are 380 students, 51% of which are male. Grade 7 has 71 students, grade 8 has 61 students, grade 9 has 64 students, grade 10 has 55 students, there are 66 juniors, and 63 seniors. The student:teacher ratio is 1:16. From 2001-2003, 2% of all students were Hispanic, and 98% were white.
Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa High School is a member the MSHSL and the Central Minnesota Conference, this school has these after-school activities:
The school theater department also performs plays throughout the year, along with a yearly musical.