Bayport-Blue Point High School
|Bayport-Blue Point High School|
|Bayport-Blue Point High School, 2009|
|200 Snedecor Avenue
Bayport, New York, United States
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
Bayport-Blue Point High School is a high school in Bayport, New York, originally constructed in 1927 as both an elementary school and high school for the Hamlet of Bayport. The school is presently composed of numerous additions, the most recent being ten new classrooms constructed in 2006. The high school serves two separate towns, Bayport and Blue Point, and derives its name therefrom. The Union Free School District which it is part of is composed of an additional three elementary schools and one middle school.
It is located on the south shore of Long Island; namely, at 200 Snedecor Avenue, Bayport, New York.
The high school consists of approximately 750 students and 100 staff members. This contributes to an intimate setting between faculty and students.
-The school's weighted overall test average compared to other schools in New York State is 86, where 100 is the best and 0 is the worst.
Some of the extracurricular activities which this high school offers to its students are:
Academic: National Honor Society
S.A.D.D (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
Habitat For Humanity
Non-Academic: The high school has a number of strong junior varsity and varsity sports, most notably their Cross Country and Track& Field teams, who have won countless Division, County, and State championship titles over the past forty years. The mascot is the Phantom with school colors being Blue and Gold.
Service opportunities such as Habitat for Humanity
- Association, Bayport Heritage (1997). Images of America: Bayport Heritage. Dover, N.H.: Arcadia. p. 106. ISBN 0752408100.
- Rupert, Samantha. "District Names Six Inductees to Athletic Hall of Fame". Retrieved April 5, 2012.