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Bellport High School

205 Beaver Dam Road
Brookhaven, NY 11719
Phone: (631) 730-1575
Fax: (631) 286-5336

Grades 9 - 12

Hours: 7:09 am - 1:55 pm

Erika Della Rosa

Assistant Principals:
Dan Fauvell
Heather Giacomin
Aimee Iuliucci
Bernie Soete



Red days: April 8, April 11, April 15, April 17, April 19; Blue Days: April 9, April 12 April 16, April 18; No School: April 10


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In The News

Unified Bowling completes successful season

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Bellport High School’s Unified Bowling team recently completed their first season in the Section XI Unified Bowling league. The successful season brought students together and fostered friendships and sportsmanship. The district extends its congratulations on a job well done to all the athletes.

Date Added: 4/9/2024

South Country BOE recognizes winter athletes

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The South Country School District Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools Antonio Santana honored high-performing winter athletes and presented them with certificates of achievement during a board meeting on March 20. Those honored included the varsity girls basketball team, who made it to the county championships; runner Ella Masem, who earned third place in the 1,000-meter state championship race; and eighth grade wrestler Camryn Howard, who took third place in the state wrestling championship in the 138-pound weight class.

Date Added: 3/29/2024

Winter Sports Round-Up

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The winter sports season has wrapped up in the South Country Central School District with a number of high school athletes earning accolades. The district congratulates the following student-athletes:

Girls Track

Team: Scholar Athlete Team

All-State: Ella Masem

Boys Track

Team: Scholar Athlete Team

All-League: Arthur Henry, Raymond Kreamer, Josiah Salomon

All-County: Vincent Pitre Jr.

Girls Bowling

Team: Scholar Athlete Team

Team: Wild Card Qualifier

All-League: Morgan Thompson

All-County: Bryelle Reid

Boys Bowling

Team: Scholar Athlete Team

All-League: Connor Gronenthal

Girls Basketball

Team: County Finalist, Scholar Athlete Team

All-League: Brynn Johnsen, Roselete Micucci, Autumn Simon

Unsung Hero: Kaylee Graham

All-County: Brynn Johnsen, Autumn Simon

Boys Basketball

Team: Section XI playoffs, second round, Scholar Athlete Team

All-League: Joel Ferebee, Sean Glynn

All-Conference: Sean Glynn

Academic All-County: Michael Frankie

League III Unsung Hero: Marcine Allen-Boutwell


Team: League 4 champions

All-League: Henry Caceres, Justin Claero, Izaiah Green, Camryn Howard, Jason Nichols, Evan Peters, Colin Reilly, Anthony Santana, Thomas Smith, Jacob Snedeker, Hayden Tooker

All County: Izaiah Green, Camryn Howard

All-State: Camryn Howard

League 4 Coach of the Year: Charles Maragioglio

Girls Wrestling

Team: Scholar Athlete Team

All-Long Island: Caitlin Maragioglio


Date Added: 3/22/2024

Bellport High School names Class of 2024 top students

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Bellport High School has announced the top 10 students of the Class of 2024. Leading the group are Samantha DeLillo and Jordan Truce, who will serve as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, and Daniel Lewkowski, the class essayist. The three seniors earned the top spots through their outstanding commitment to academics. Rounding out the list of high-achieving seniors are Andie Pedatella, Connor Murphy, Brynn Johnsen, Ella Steckle, Dylan Knakal, Madeline Budris and Claire Cannella.        

DeLillo is an AP Scholar with Distinction and will be graduating with an AP Capstone designation. She is a member of her school’s National, Science, Italian, Math and Tri-M Music honor societies. As a multitalented musician, she participates in the clarinet choir, jazz band and pit orchestra. In addition to playing the clarinet, she performs on the flute and the tenor, alto and soprano saxophone. She is also the class president, a member of student council and president of the Future Teachers of America Club. In addition, she belongs to Interact and the Students for Environmental Quality Club and has participated in Athletes Helping Others, Special Olympics, Unified Basketball and Unified Bowling. Outside of school, she is a competitive dancer. She intends to study special education in college. Her advice to underclassmen for success is to “take advantage of every opportunity” and “do everything you can when you can.”

Truce is an AP Scholar with Distinction and will be graduating with an AP Capstone designation. She is a member of her school’s National, Science, Math and Tri-M Music honor societies.  She is also vice president of the Future Teachers of America club and secretary of the Math Honor Society. She serves as a member of her school’s chamber choir, Interact and Students for Environmental Quality Club. She plans to study political science in the fall. She offered the following advice to underclassman: “Make connections with your teachers and fellow students.”

Lewkowski is an AP Scholar with Distinction and will also be graduating with an AP Capstone designation. He is a member of his school’s National, Science and Math honor societies and his school’s Italian Club. He plans to study sociology in the fall. His advice to underclassman is to “prioritize your mental health over grades and don’t over-focus on success.”

Date Added: 3/20/2024

Senior earns News 12 Scholar Athlete Award

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For her hard work and dedication both on and off the field and court, Bellport High School senior Brynn Johnsen has been distinguished with the News 12 Scholar Athlete award.

The senior was featured on News 12 and received a $1,000 scholarship from Bethpage Federal Credit Union.

“I am honored to receive this award,” said Johnsen. “I want to thank my mentors — specifically my teachers, coaches and our athletic trainer, Gina — for constantly pushing me outside of my comfort zone to be a better student-athlete.”

Johnsen also thanked her family for instilling the importance of being a team player from a young age. “I think of my family as a team and we all work together and support each other,” she said. “If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be the person or team player I am today.” She added, “I feel so grateful to be surrounded by such a supportive family and such amazing teachers and coaches. They really are true leaders. We have a special, tight-knit community here at Bellport and I’m proud to represent it.”

Johnsen captains both the varsity lacrosse and basketball teams. She helped lead her basketball team to the county finals this past season and reached a milestone of 1,000 points in her high school basketball career.

With a goal to study athletic training in college in the fall, Johnsen has trained with her school’s athletic trainer and through the Stony Brook University sports medicine mentorship program.

Apart from the field and court, Johnsen serves as president of the student council and Athletes Helping Athletes Club and is a student representative on the Board of Education. She is also a member of the National, Math and Science honor societies and the Outdoor Club. Outside of school, she is an ocean lifeguard.

The South Country Central School District congratulates Brynn Johnsen on her impressive accomplishments.

Date Added: 3/19/2024