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Bethpage High School

10 Cherry Avenue, Bethpage, NY 11714

PRINCIPAL: Mr. Nicholas Jantz

ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS: Mr. Kevin Healy, Mr. Ralph Tocco

Main Office:
516-644-4100 (Phone)
516-644-4110 (Fax)

Extra Help 2020-21
2nd Quarter/4th Quarter:
Monday/Wednesday: English, FACS, Health, Math, Reading, World Languages
   Tuesday/Thursday: Art, Business, Music, Social Studies, Physical Education, Science

3rd Quarter:
Monday/Wednesday: Art, Business, Music, Social Studies, Physical Education, Science
   Tuesday/Thursday: English, FACS, Health, Math, Reading, World Languages



In the News

Habitats for Humanity

In November, Bethpage High School's Senior Seminar students volunteered at Habitats for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that builds homes from the ground up, helping to provide affordable housing and improve communities. Participating students spent the day cleaning up the job site, both outside and inside. Special thanks to Senior Seminar teachers Mrs. Shutkind and Mr. Gorman, who chaperoned the trip.

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Marine Science Club Holiday Fundraiser

The Marine Science Club held a morning coffee/hot chocolate bar along with a baked goods fundraiser.  As a part of the event, the Marine Science Club raffled off a Starbucks Gift Basket that was organized by the club members. The funds raised were used to purchase supermarket gift cards for needy families in our school community. The Marine Science Club raised nearly $300! Based on the success, the students plan to do it again on Friday, December 17, 2021 to help make the holidays joyful for some less fortunate families.

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Exploring Engineering Through Project Based Learning

Bethpage High School educator Ms. Tess Strauch was recently selected by Siemens and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to appear on their Video Webinar Series and share best practices, as well as personal insight about project and problem-based learning methods for high school students through the Engineering perspective. Ms. Strauch teaches a range of courses at Bethpage High School including Physics, Marine Biology, and Engineering and she has used project and problem-based learning strategies to produce great student achievement. This past school year was her first year teaching Engineering using the Siemens Engineering Design Curriculum. This curriculum is designed as a project based learning program and is very easy to adapt various projects to suit a range of students. The video webinar series can be accessed at the link below. Bethpage Schools congratulates Ms. Strauch on being selected by Siemens and ASME!

ASME Siemens Video Webinar Series


Bethpage High School Masquers' Guild Presents "It's a Wonderful Life"

Come see the Bethpage High School Masquers' Guild perform "It's a Wonderful Life" this upcoming weekend! Performances will take place on Thursday, November 18, 2021; Friday, November 19, 2021; and Saturday, November 20, 2021.  Showtimes are at 7:00 PM at Bethpage High School.  Tickets are $8.00 each and will be sold at the door.

If you have any questions or inquiries about advanced tickets, please contact Ms. Kovacs at

We hope to see you at the show!


Regal Eagles Soar at Half Hollow Hills

The Bethpage High School Robotics Team, Regal Eagles, FIRST Robotics Competition Team #2869 participated in the Half Hollow Hills offseason competition on Saturday, November 6, 2021.  This was the first competition that the Regal Eagles attended since 2019 and was based on the FIRST Infinite Recharge game from 2020.

The Regal Eagles got back into the competition swing during the qualification matches.  They were selected by the first seed alliance for the finals matches.  The Regal Eagles took first place alongside their alliance partners -- Southold High School and Wheatley School.  It was a successful day full of fun and valuable experiences.  Congratulations to the Regal Eagles!

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21st Century: Diwali and Dia de los Muertos

Students had a wonderful time bringing Diwali/Dia de los Muertos mashup to Bethpage! Participants painted Diya's (clay pot oil lamps), molded Sugar Skulls, and did Chalk Rangoli (swirly patterns usually done with different color sands).  There was music as well as an array of various foods at the bake sale and event.  We are looking forward to celebrating all the many diverse cultures and ethnicities in the community! Shukriyaa and Gracias (Thank you!)

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Happy Halloween!

The faculty and staff at Bethpage High School wish the entire school community a Happy and Safe Halloween 2021!

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Sailing Away with Living Environment

Students in Bethpage High School's Grade 9 and 10 Goal Living Environment program experienced firsthand their local marine ecosystem. They sailed aboard the "The Christeen", a nationally registered historic landmark. On board was a marine biologist with a cooler filled with marine animals collected from the waters below them. They also collected creatures in a bottom dredge and pulled a plankton net behind the boat. The phytoplankton and zooplankton were taken back to school and studied under the microscope. A collection of live fish and other small animals were also taken back to the classroom for study and to display in the class aquariums. One of the most exciting parts of the trip was when the students raised the sails! The captain cut the engine and we experienced the wind driving the ship!

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Town of Oyster Bay Annual Beach Clean Up

On Saturday, October 2, 2021, the Town of Oyster Bay held its annual beach clean up. Middle School and High School students from the Marine Science Club made this the largest turnout ever! Fifteen bags of trash were collected from the Long Island Sound side of Center Island and hauled off the beach! The weather was perfect and the views were spectacular! Our students then moved to the bayside to try their hand at fishing. Samples were collected of the local fish and other creatures that inhabit the rich salt marsh ecosystem. A big thanks to all of those who represented Bethpage by participating!

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AP Summer Assignments for 2021-22

Summer Assignments for Advanced Placement and Grade 9 Pre-AP Courses are now available.  They can be accessed by clicking on the link below.

AP Summer Assignments for 2021-22

Erik the Reptile Guy Visits Bethpage High School

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Ninth graders in Jeanna Martino’s science class at Bethpage High School got to see some reptiles up close during a presentation from Erik's Reptile Edventures on Dec. 10.

Held in the high school’s Little Theater, Erik the Reptile Guy showcased some of his reptiles, including a 50-pound boa constrictor. Erik also shared fun facts about reptiles, how his passion for wildlife began and urged students to follow their dreams.

Bethpage High School Scholars Accepted to Prestigious Math Institute

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The Bethpage School District is proud to announce that Bethpage High School scholars Daniyal Khambati, Laasya Marada and Ankur Raghavan were accepted to the Institute of Creative Problem Solving for Gifted & Talented Students at SUNY College at Old Westbury. They are among 85 students throughout Long Island who will pursue the study of mathematics and its applications.

To qualify for this honor, the students the institute selected for its three divisions competed against approximately 450 of the top-ranking students recommended by educators from public and private schools on Long Island. Selection by the institute implies that a student is among the top one-tenth of 1% in math of all students on Long Island in his or her grade. Acceptances were based on four criteria: school transcript, teacher recommendation, a brief statement written by the student and a rigorous entrance exam.

Each student will spend a total of 50 hours in classes during the course of 20 Saturday mornings. The curriculum covers mathematical topics from algebra, geometry, discrete math and number theory, in addition to topics not included in the standard courses of study. These topics include problem-solving applied to probability, theory of finite differences, science applications and mass point geometry.

The district congratulates Khambati, Marada and Raghavan on being accepted to SUNY College at Old Westbury’s prestigious math institute.

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