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700 Delaware Avenue
Delmar, NY 12054
(518) 439-4921

Office Hours: 7:30a-4p

Principal
Scott Landry

Assistant Principal
Heather Culnan
 

Upcoming Events

April 22

• BOE Meeting, 7 p.m.

April 22-24

• NYSSMA Choral Majors, BCHS

April 26

• Junior Prom, 6-11 p.m.

April 28 & 30

• BCHS Concert, 7:30 p.m.

May 1

• BCHS 2nd Annual Girls Night Out, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

May 2

• BCHS Key Club Gong Show, 7 p.m.

May 3

• SAT I & II Exams, 7:45 a.m., BCHS

• VJCAT Presents: The Importance of Being Ernest, BCHS, 2pm & 7pm (RM: G100)

May 4

• VJCAT Presents: The Importance of Being Ernest, BCHS, 2pm (RM: G100)

May 5-16

• BCHS AP Exams

May 6

• BOE Meet the Candidates Night, 6:30 p.m.

May 7

• BOE Meeting, 7 p.m.

May 8

• BCHS Service Recognition Tea, 5-6:30 p.m.

May 20

• School Budget Vote & BOE Election, 7 a.m.-9 p.m., BCHS

   COMPLETE CALENDAR 

 

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Bethlehem A to Z heading
BCHS senior wins graphic design contest

Owen Pace, a senior and student in the Ad Agency class at BCHS, was named winner of a regional graphic design contest and will be awarded a $500 scholarship for a logo he designed for the Capital Area Health Insurance Consortium (CASHIC). Owen is pictured with Ad Agency teacher Joyce Jones. The winning design will be used as part of CASHIC's new website, which will launch late this spring.


 

BCHS Headlines

Q3 Report Cards now available

The Q3 Report Cards are now posted to BC@Home.

BCHS students claim 3 Intel ISEF Awards & 1 Special Award at the RPI Intel Science Fair

On March 22, three Bethlehem students competed at the RPI Intel Science Fair. Approximately 90 students participated in this research based competition from around the state. There were 12 awards given out and Bethlehem students - Elizabeth Cultrara, Thomas Sheridan and Daniel Wilkinson - claimed 3 of these awards. READ MORE »

Senior Spotlight: Graduating to the Big Leagues

BCHS Senior Brenna Raffe talks about Bethlehem school spirit and her pride in her classmates, competitiveness, where she comes from and looking back with fondness. READ MORE »

Graduation Celebration volunteers needed

Plans are already underway for Graduation Celebration, to be held following graduation the evening of June 27, 2014. Volunteers are needed to help out on ALL committees, specifically for decorations. For more information, and to sign up to help, please contact Hannah Shuman at shumanites@aol.com or 441-0610.

Donation to help remind students to Hang Up & Drive!

Members of the Bethlehem Police Department stopped by the high school on Tuesday, March 25, to present members of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) with checks totaling $500 to be used to bring a special guest speaker to the school. That speaker, Jacy Good, will deliver to students a compelling personal story of how a young man talking on a cell phone caused an accident that would change Jacy's life forever. READ MORE »

BCHS artists showcase work during Youth Art Month

Student artwork will be on display at three area educational institutes

Bethlehem High School artists were selected for and will have art on display at three area educational art showcases in March and April. READ MORE »

Senior Spotlight: Senior year, the beginning or the end?

BCHS Senior Brenna Raffe shares her thoughts on the home stretch of an important time in the lives of many of our students, the end of senior year, and talks about how she will highlight what is to come for many of our upcoming graduates. READ MORE »

BC students advance in National Merit Scholarship competition

All seven Bethlehem students named semifinalists in the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Program have moved on to become finalists in the scholarship program. They are: James Barriere, Julia Champagne, Elizabeth Cultrara, Katherine Kolodziej, Max Rosenberg, Seth Schoenhaus and Aria Shi. Finalist status allows each of the students the opportunity to advance and compete for 8,000 National Merit Scholarships worth about $35 million. READ MORE »

Afternoon Cafe helps BCHS student fuel up for sports, more

BCHS students who stay after school for sports or extracurriculars can now fuel up for afternoon and evening activities without venturing out into the cold. The BCHS cafeteria offers an AFTERNOON CAFÉ for students and staff from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. The menu features hot toasted panini, hot and cold beverages, fresh baked goods, yogurt and fresh fruit. VIEW MENU »

BC Talon is online

The BC Talon has a new online nest, going digital-only in 2013-14. The student-run news publication will no longer print newspapers but will continue to provide the hard-hitting and well-written school news coverage BC residents have come to expect. READ MORE AT THE TALON'S WEBSITE »

More High School News

Science Olympiad team advances to state tournament

Two BCHS Seniors win Leadership Award

BC student-athletes headed for top schools

Recap of Common Core In The Classroom

BCHS Student Help Desk bridging technology gap

 

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