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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
 
Principal: 
Tim Hogan

Assistant Principals:
Daniel Fauvell
Reinaldo Latorre
Mandy Mazziotti
Erika Della Rosa

  

 

 

         

In The News

High-achieving Students Recognized

High-achieving Students Recognized photo
(By Tara Smith, The Long Island Advance 2/15/18)

Eight Bellport High School seniors were recently recognized by the Town of Brookhaven for their outstanding academic achievement during the Black History celebration at Town Hall on Feb. 2 and were also honored by the South Country Board of Education on Feb. 7.  They were recognized for earning a grade point average of 3.5 or better.  Board of Education Trustee Regina Hunt attended the Town’s Black History Celebration and recalls a year where no South Country students were honored.  “This year, we had eight students and three of them are in the top 10 of their class.  As the only school board member of color, it was both an honor and a pleasure to acknowledge their achievements,” Hunt said.  Students recognized included:  Abena Amoako-Ababio, Jerome Belford, Karl Charles, Christian Craig, Tyra Ferrell, Kai Hatcher, Deasha Loftin and Kayla Riley.  Of the eight students, three ranked in this year’s top 10 including:  Amoako-Ababio, Charles and Hatcher.  Congratulations to all!  

Pictured (left to right) are:  Superintendent Dr. Joseph Giani, Principal Tim Hogan, Christian Craig, Jerome Belford, Abena Amoako-Ababio, Karl Charles, Kai Hatcher, Board of Education Vice President Regina Hunt and Board of Education President Cheryl A. Felice.  Not pictured:  Deasha Loftin, Tyra Ferrell and Kayla Riley.

(Courtesy of The Long Island Advance 2/15/18)
 

Bellport High School Robotics Team Honored

Bellport High School Robotics Team Honored photo
Bellport High School Robotics Team Honored photo 2
Bellport High School Robotics Team Honored photo 3
Seven Bellport High School students were recently recognized by the South Country Central School District Board of Education for their contributions to the Robotics Team. Team Advisor Charles Rogener introduced the team members and congratulated them for their hard work and dedication. The Robotics Team gave a demonstration for the Board.  The following team members were honored:

Michael Vengroski
Isaiah James
Thomas Miller
Christopher Lannon
Philip Abbate
Jake D’Esposito

The young men came in first place in the recent First Tech Challenge Robotics Tournament.  Congratulations!

Pictured (left to right) are:  Jaime Canjura, Team Advisor Charles Rogener, Superintendent Dr. Joseph Giani, Michael Vengroski, Isaiah James, Thomas Miller, Christopher Lannon, Philip Abbate, Jake D’Espositio and Board of Education President Cheryl A. Felice 
 

Bellport High School Robotics

Bellport High School Robotics photo
Bellport High School Robotics photo 2
The Bellport High School Robotics Team came in first place in the First Tech Challenge Robotics tournament on Sunday, January 28th. The competition, held at Sewanhaka High School in Floral Park, had a total of 23 teams compete and was a qualifying tournament. The team will now compete for the Long Island Championship in the FIRST Tech Challenge held in Smithtown on February 11th. Congratulations to the team! 

Bellport High School Supports Our Troops

Bellport High School Supports Our Troops photo

Mrs. Hays’ Economics Classes want to thank everyone who donated to Support Our Troops and contributed to the gingerbread house raffle and sale.  Over $300 worth of goods, 4 boxes, was sent to Special Forces Troops in Afghanistan and $125 was donated to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.  The Economics students who made this happen devoted their time and other valuable resources in producing their gingerbread houses and villages.  The students wrote letters and season’s greetings to our troops and told them about themselves and thanked the troops for their service to our country. These students are amazing people who took off running with this effort to bring smiles to our troops’ faces during this holiday season and donated funds to children in need.



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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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