Student-Council Charity Champions 5K & Fun Run May 15, 2016" Click here for online registration.




  • BHS Summer 2016 Driver Education Program

    The Summer Drivers Ed program begins Monday, July 11, 2016. Registration and payment due no later than Friday, June 3, 2016.  Click here for information

  • New Vaccine Requirement for 2016-2017 School Year

    All students entering 7th and 12th grade must have the Meningococcal Vaccine. Click here for more information

  • 2016 AP Exam Schedule

  • Special Olympics at Bellport High School, May 22, 2016

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  • Student Council Charity Champions 5K Race & 1 Mile Fun Run
    Sunday, May 15, 2016

Cablevision selected Bellport High School, led by Student Council, to be part of a Community Service Competition with HELP Suffolk, a temporary housing facility located by Frank P. Long School,  selected as the charity of choice.  A 5K fun run is being planned for May 15th and we are currently looking for sponsors and volunteers.  

For applications and additional information, click on the links below or contact Ellen Hoffman at or (631) 965-1933. 


  • Early Release Dates - Second Semester (English) (Spanish)
  • Monday, February 29th and Monday, May 23rd, have been scheduled as "early release dates" for our High School students. Please click on the links above for information.

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

Library for Bellport Village Marina Courtesy of HS Student Jared Voegele


Children visiting the Bellport Village marina will soon be able to leave or take a book at a small library that’s roughly the size of a large birdhouse.

The library was built by Bellport High School Student,  Jared Voegele,   as part of his bid to become an Eagle Scout.

The tiny library’s inventory will be managed by Broohaven Free Library staffers, explained library director Jamie Papandrea, who pitched the proposal with Jared to the Bellport Village Board Monday night.

“Jared is a patron of the Brookhaven Free Library who we’ve known for virtually his whole life,”Papandrea said. “He’s a South Country School District student, so when he embarked on the project that he needed to become an Eagle Scout, we were so fortunate that he thought of this library, and where he could put his good work to use.”

She explained the books do not have to be returned to the structure, noting the Little Free Library is a nationwide effort to encourage literacy — spearheaded by a nonprofit group by that same name.

Jared was treated to a round of applause Monday night, followed by a unanimous vote by the Village Board to allow the library and a bench to be set up at the village marina.

Mayor Ray Fell said the village hopes to find a suitable location near the ferry terminal.

“I think this is something that would benefit all the children that use the park, whether they’re village residents or not village residents,” Fell said.

“I appreciate the Brookhaven Free Library and you, Jared, for thinking of Bellport.”

(Article courtesy of / Michael White)

Bellport High School Student Council Wins the Optimum Community Charity Champions Competition

Pictured above: Student Council Executive Committee (L to R): Treasurer Marisa Rupolo, President Natalie Maida, Vice President Josh Cohen, Corresponding Secretary Gia Fiorello, Member Jaye Bookhart, Recording Secretary Amanda Diolosa, Advisor Ellen Hoffman.
The Bellport High School Student Council won the Optimum Charity Champions Regional $5,000 Grand Prize in Suffolk County, and will be recognized with certificates from Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, in a televised ceremony before the 5K begins on May 15th. Cablevision will also be presenting a $5,000 check in the name of Bellport High School Student Council to HELP Suffolk at this time. Cablevision noted that "all the Student Council's hard work for HELP Suffolk was amazing".

Student Council Advisor Mrs. Hoffman, stated that "with our 5K race and 1 mile fun run one week away, we are VERY close to our goal of raising $10,000 for HELP Suffolk. We received donations and sponsors from clubs in school, local businesses and corporations to turn this into a true community event. To thank everyone for their participation, we will have an Italian ices celebration in school the week after the race."

Class of 2016 "Top Three" Reception

(left to right: James Jankowski, Salutatorian - Erin Berja, Valedictorian - Isabel Ospina, Essayist
On Thursday, April 21st, Bellport High School held a reception in the school library to honor the top three students in the Class of 2016:

* Erin Berja, Valedictorian

* James Jankowski, Salutatorian

* Isabel Ospina: Essayist

In attendance were members of Central Office and District / Building Administration, Guidance Department, teachers / staff, family and friends. Each of these students will present a speech at the 2016 Graduation ceremony to be held on Thursday, June 23rd.

Congratulations to each of these remarkable students!

Bellport High School Robotics Team Places in Regional Competition

The Bellport High School Robotics Team competed for the first time in the FIRST robotics regional competition in New York City at the Jacob Javits Center on March 12th . Competing against teams from all over New York State and around the world, Bellport earned 17th place out of a field 66 teams. They're looking forward to participating next year and are also hopeful that they'll make the finals.

Pictured from left to right: Mr. Jaime Canjura, Jude Andre, Habiba Yanni, Joey Gomes, Domenick Nazzaro, Brian Irace, Pedro Rivera, Ethan Kerr-Smith, Jared Voegele, Matthew Honce, Brian Larkin, Pablo Martinez, Mr. Phil Caputo, Tomas Rentas, Austin Strom and Mr. William Schmidt.
Sunday, May 29, 2016