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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
Tim Hogan

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





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Bellport High School Supports Our Troops

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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.

ENL Jumps into Google Classroom at Bellport High School

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The ENL department at Bellport High School has jumped into Google Classroom and is loving every minute of it. Students have signed into the Classroom in their ENL/ELA classes and have created Google Slide presentations for their group projects about literary elements.  Students planned together how their groups would approach the project, dividing the tasks fairly and allowing each other to shine. The quality of the presentations was excellent, as students taught each other how to add photos to the background and how to animate the changing of the slides. Students helped each other to define literary elements and to provide appropriate and interesting examples and images for each literary element. 

Students continue to practice using the different literary elements as they regularly write in Google Classroom using the literary techniques. They enjoy using the photos posted online as their inspirations. Students get to see their work in the live feed on the interactive whiteboard in the classroom, which allows the entire class to appreciate and respond to each other’s work. 

ENL Thanksgiving Feast at Bellport High School

ENL Thanksgiving Feast at Bellport High School photo
The ENL department at Bellport High School celebrated Thanksgiving with their students with a grand feast. Students enjoyed the cultural experience of a traditional Thanksgiving feast, including turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and even apple pie. All of the students who attended dined together at one, long, banquet-style table, where they talked and laughed as they enjoyed the feast and dining music.

Students who attended the feast gained an entry ticket by submitting a written paragraph about what they are grateful for. The writings were heartfelt and truly represented the spirit of Thanksgiving. During the celebration, students and teachers took the opportunity to speak about the many things that they are thankful for in their lives. It was a fine Thanksgiving celebration for all.

A special thank you was given to the culinary department who roasted the turkeys for the feast.

Eastern Suffolk Academy of Applied Technology - Quarter 1 Honor Students

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Bellport High School is pleased to recognize twenty-two (22) high school BOCES students for demonstrating outstanding achievement by being named to the first quarter Honor Roll for their respective Career and Technology courses.  In total, eleven (11) students were recognized from the Gary Bixhorn Technical Center (Bellport) and eleven (11) students from the Edward J. Milliken Technical Center (Oakdale). 

These students have shown responsibility in the classroom, commitment to their work ethic and maintained a GPA of ninety or above with fewer than five absences. 

Students pictured (top row): Josue Arriaza, Randall Ulloa, Steven Perez-Pagan, Conor Schlosser, Meagan Porter, Paul Carreno, Eliasar Cruz, Anthony Lopez Benavidez, BHS Principal Mr. Hogan. (Bottom Row) BOCES Liaison Mrs. Glynn, Flora Haynes, Kimberly Dean, Emma Walker, Jennifer Gonzalez, Veronica Campoverde, Jessica Mone, Krista Romano, Hana Mackin, Evelyn Gomez, Briana Matias, Eddie Gibson. 
Not Pictured: Emily Mungavin, Danny Nocera, and Dayana Rodriquez
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