On Friday, June 24, a class of 381 students from BCHS received diplomas at an evening commencement ceremony held at the MVP Arena in downtown Albany.
The 88th Commencement Exercises for BCHS will be held on Friday, June 24 at 6:30 p.m. in Albany. The ceremony will also be livestreamed and is available here.
For the sixth year in a row, the Bethlehem Central School District has been named the number one school district in the Capital Region by the Albany Business Review.
On Friday, June 10, the BC boys tennis team lost a close match in the Final Four of the NYS championship at Flushing Meadows. Congratulations to the team on a great season!
On June 1, the BC Board of Education will appoint Dr. Latisha J. Ellis-Williams as the district’s first diversity, equity and inclusion officer.
When a group of faculty and staff participated in the 2022 CDPHP Workforce Challenge in downtown Albany, they did so in style with t-shirts designed award-winning student artist Corinne Anderson.
A record 77 BCHS students were recognized for being role models among their peers in March and April. They are making BC proud.
A day-long event to help BCHS students understand the impact of drug and alcohol abuse included guest speaker Chris Herren, a former NBA player who came to the school to share his journey to sobriety.
Fay Hu, Emma Liu, Isabella Chirkis, Rachel Barnes and Connor Reilly are pictured at the FBLA State Leadership Conference. Hu and Reilly will compete nationally.
On May 13, several BCHS students were honored in a ceremonial spring signing indicating their commitment to play collegiate-level athletics.