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ACE Celebrates Thanksgiving!


We just wanted to thank Mrs. Vollmuth and the students in the ACE Program for having us for the Thanksgiving feast. It was such a great time and the students enjoyed it and the food was delicious. Good job to all!

Celebrating Thanksgiving at BHS

The Bethpage Student Civic Association held its Annual Thanksgiving Feast with donations of food and money to assist families in our local area.  Arranged by Mr. Lynch with assistance from lots of teachers and students, the night was a tremendous success!  Happy Thanksgiving to all!

Students Mark The Spot For Healthy Choices

Students Mark The Spot For Healthy Choices pic

In observance of National Red Ribbon Week, elementary students in the district learned about making healthy choices from members of both the middle school and high school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions club.

SADD members visited Central Boulevard, Charles Campagne and Kramer Lane classrooms, where they educated fourth- and fifth-graders about avoiding the signs of bad habits and how to make healthy decisions with a game of bingo. Every student received a bingo card containing a healthy habit and characteristic in each box. The young students were awarded a red ribbon sticker, pencil and bingo chip for lining up five answers in a row. 

Read to Achieve

Bethpage held its annual Read to Achieve program where all the third graders in the district come up to Bethpage High School to listen to our Scholar-Athlete Captains talk about the importance of sportsmanship, doing well in school and READING!  After a demonstration by the Kickline and the Cheerleaders and a visit by the Eagle himself, the third graders got to shoot hoops with the Captains!  It was a great day.  Thanks to everyone involved!

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Food Drive

BHS students asssited the Lions Club with their annual food drive.  65 boxes of food were sent to local families to provide them with a Thanksgiving dinner.  The Lions were very impressed with the student volunteers!  Thanks to all!

Jazz Band Entertains


On November 2nd, the Bethpage High School Jazz Combo performed at the Adults and Children with Learning Disabilities(ACLD) annual Enviable Life Ball held at the Garden City Hotel. The group was well received and the students were proud to be a part of this positive and uplifting event.

BHS Goes Sailing

The last sail of the season was taken by Bethpage High School and Middle School students yesterday.  The 40 foot ship built in 1883 (the oldest oyster sloop in America) carried our students from the harbor to the mouth of the Long Island Sound.  Participants experienced raising the sails and dredging the bottom for local marine life.  They also learned about President Theodore Roosevelt and some of the fascinating history of Oyster Bay.  Thanks to Mr. Portuese and Mr. Carroll for making this happen!

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Virtual Enterprise Scores Big

Students in the Virtual Business Enterprise competed at LIU Post and did very well in their presentation on Pet Pair, the high tech dog collar!  Marco Cunha made a presentation that wowed the audience.  He presented the hard work that was invested by all his classmates.  BHS took third place Congratulations to the team and Ms. Mole!

PTSA Safe Halloween

It was a goulish Halloween with lots of candy, costumes and fun activities!  Thanks to the PTSA for once again sponsoring a great evening!  Thanks to the parents, the teachers, the staff, the student volunteers and the custodians for all their help!  It was a fun evening!

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Golden Eagles Soar at Homecoming

Golden Eagles Soar at Homecoming photo

The Bethpage School District athletic complex was a sea of gold and blue as the Golden Eagles varsity football team took on the Plainedge High School Red Devils at homecoming on Oct. 21.

Prior to the annual game, the marching band, cheerleaders and homecoming king and queen, James Fitzpatrick and Alyson Mooney, paraded down Stewart Avenue. They marched alongside numerous local organizations and student representatives displaying banners and floats from each high school class. After the parade, attendees were invited to the front of the high school to view class skits, and could visit the high school’s robotics team and varsity baseball team booths in the athletic complex.

Under the direction of head coach Erwin Dill, the Golden Eagles were victorious, defeating the Red Devils 28-21. Halftime of the winning game was marked by spectacular performances from the marching band, kickline team and cheerleaders. 

Bethpage Hall of Fame

Bethpage held its annual Hall of Fame Ceremony and inducted some prestigious alumni and staff members,  Inductees this year included Colinel Tim Cloonan, FDNY Captain Brian Hickey, Novelist Barbara Keiler, Principal Dr. Antoinette MacLeod, Salutatorian Rosalie Walsh Niemczyk, U.S. Intelligence Analyst Frank Procida and Teacher/Coach Al Blau and the 1968-69 Wrestling Team.  Congratulations to everyone!  Thanks to Nassau County Legislators Rose Walker and Laura Schaefer for attending and presenting citations for the new Hall of Famers!  And thanks to all the students who assisted with the evening!

Go Golden Eagles!

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Homecoming Parade

Bethpage had a fantastic Homecoming Parade with some great weather!  Congratulations to all the participants from all the classes and all the PAL groups!  Thanks to Colonel Tim Cloonan- Class of 1958- for coming back and being a part of the parade!  Col. Cloonan will be inducted into the Bethpage Hall of Fame this evening!

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Marching Band Festival


On Tuesday, October 17th, the Bethpage High School marching band, varsity kickline, and JV kickline participated in the 55th annual Newsday Band Festival. To see their performance, visit

Bethpage HS Senior Named National Merit Commended Student

Bethpage HS Senior Named National Merit Commended Student photo
Bethpage High School senior Smiti Shah has been named a Commended Student in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. 

Approximately 34,000 students across the country were recognized for their outstanding academic performance with this designation. Smiti placed among the top 5 percent of 1.6 million students who entered the competition by completing the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Smiti is an AP Scholar with Distinction and captain of the robotics team, which for the first time in more than 10 years competed in the national-level FIRST Robotics Competition after winning top prize at the regional contest. She also conducted research on water filtration and nanotechnology at Hofstra University with Dr. Roche DeGuzman and is a member of the National and Spanish honor societies. She interned last summer at the New York Academy of Sciences and is currently president of its Junior Academy, where she oversees more than 700 international students. While interning, she was invited to the Gates Notes event, where she spoke with Bill and Melinda Gates and author John Green. 

In addition, Smiti was recently invited to speak at the World Summit on Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Fortune 500 leaders in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning about the generational divide between conversations regarding humans and machines.

The district congratulates Smiti on her distinguished academic performance and wishes her continued success in her senior year.

Keeping Our Beaches Clean

Beach Clean-Up 2017

Last Saturday Mr. Portuese with the help of Ms. Gatanas supervised the Marine Science Club as they participated in the Town of Oyster Bay Beach Clean-Up.  Our students worked hard to rid a mile stretch of Center Island of plastic bottles, soda cans and other miscellaneous trash.  One of the more interesting finds was a 1950’s vintage upper half of a boat engine.  We theorize that it was from a boat that sank years ago and was washed ashore by Superstorm Sandy’s surge.  It was covered by sand as the waters retreated.  Wind erosion over the years exposed the motor enough to be seen.  Our students dug the rest of it up so that it could be removed.  The weather wasn’t the greatest but the BBQ was!  Samples of local marine life were collected for our classroom tank.

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BHS Band is Ready!


Mr. Stehlik took the band up to Monticello, NY for band camp on September 8th to September 10th. The kids had a lot of fun learning the music and the show, sitting around the camp fire singing and laughing, and making new friendships. A great time was had by all! A special thank you to the faculty chaperones Ms. Kovacs, Mrs. Sinisi, Mr. Coscette, Mr. Wibben, and Mr. Neuman, and our parent chaperones Mr. Virgil, Mr. Schmidt, and Mrs. Daniel. 

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