• The BHS Student Council will be having their annual Food Drive starting Monday, November 3rd and running through Monday, November 24th. Please support by bringing in canned or non-perishable food. Donations should be brought to Rm. 105.

  • The BHS BLOOD DRIVE will be held in the Girls' Gym on November 25th from 7am to 1:30pm

  • THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY Schools closed Thursday and Friday,
    November 28th & 29th.

  • Evening PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES will be held on December
    2nd at 7pm.

  • All College Applications with a January 1st deadline are due
    in the Guidance Office by Friday, December 5th.

  • NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION will take place on Thursday,
    December 11th at 7pm.

  • The Bellport High School HOLIDAY CONCERT I will be held on Tuesday, December 16th.

205 Beaver Dam Road 
Brookhaven, NY 11719
Phone: (631) 730-1575
Fax: (631) 286-5336
Grades 9 - 12
Hours:  7:15 am - 1:52 pm
Tim Hogan

Assistant Principals:
Daniel Fauvell
Mandy Mazziotti
Erika Della Rosa
Bernie Soete













In The News

High School Culinary Students Host Board of Education Dinner

The Bellport High School Culinary Arts students recently hosted a dinner in honor of Board of Education Recognition Week. Board of Education Trustees from the South Country Central School District were greeted by the culinary students of Ms. Camille Masem and Ms. Elizabeth Glasshagel with fruit punch and lemonade as they entered. Trustees were then served salad, main course and desserts. Carved swans from apples and individual baked Alaska were prepared for dessert. Being cognoscente of food allergies a gluten free dinner was prepared as an option. Guests were also treated to an outstanding musical performance by a string trio from Bellport High School.

The Culinary Arts Program at Bellport High School was created 7 years ago as a career pathway by Ms. Sheila Smith, Bellport High School business teacher. Currently the program has doubled in size and in the process of becoming a Career Technology Education certified program.

Attached is a picture of the Board of Education Trustees, Superintendent and students

Student Council's Halloween Trick or Treat Street

The Bellport High School Student Council made its annual trip to the District elementary schools to promote safe habits for trick or treating. Student Council members handed out candy and reminded students about "Trick or Treat Street", which takes place on Halloween, 5pm at the High School. "Trick or Treat Street" is a Student Council community service event which provides a venue for safe trick or treating through the High School hallways. All four High School grade levels and many clubs provide activities in scary or fun-themed classrooms. Over 20 student groups participate in the event, which sees anywhere from 500 to 800 District elementary school children "trick or treating". Candy is provided through the generosity of the clubs and school PTAs.

The High School Student Council consists of Cassidy Greco, President, Anthony Santana, Vice President, Courtney Pabst, Treasurer, Renzo Abaldonado, Recording Secretary, Natalie Maida, Corresponding Secretary, Marisa Rupolo, Historian, Alexa Orsino, Steering Committee and Mrs. Ellen Hoffman, Advisor.

Bellport HS Annual Fall College Fair

On Monday, October 27th, the Guidance Department hosted their Annual Fall College Fair. More than 125 college and universities were in attendance. The entire junior class (class of 2016) was able to attend and meet with the representatives to discuss admissions information, campus life and more.
Monday, November 24, 2014