Daily Announcements

Bayside High School Fundraiser - METS game!
Friday, May 20th. Tickets are $20.
See flyer for more information.

Students were given updated programs that indicate all Advanced Placement and Regents tests for which they are scheduled as well as updated transcripts indicating their grades for Marking Period 3  which ended April 1st.

Parents and students can check grades and attendance anytime on Skedula online or from any mobile device.

Parents are invited to contact your child’s guidance counselor to discuss any questions or concerns about your child’s grades and how we can all help them succeed in Marking Period 4.

Tutoring in the Library

Teacher tutoring schedules:
by periods
by subjects

Arista tutoring schedule

The Princeton Review is at Bayside High School.
The Princeton Review is pleased to announce that Bayside High School continues to be a Princeton Review Partner in Education. For the spring of 2016, we are offering discounted SAT and ACT Test preparation programs at Bayside High School with substantial discounts for Bayside students. Bayside students are also eligible for discounts on Princeton Review programs at other locations throughout New York City. We also offer Private Tutoring. 

You may also call The Princeton Review New York City office at 800-273-8439 Ext. 1098 or email us at Info.NY@Review.com.
For more details, go to Guidance / SAT.

There were 3 open house dates for the 2016-2017 school year:

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 7pm

Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7pm
Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 12 noon - 3pm

Specialized programs

Q12A - Digital Art & Design
Q12B - Music: Performance & Production
Q12C - Environmental Engineering & Technology
Q12D - Humanities & Non-Profit Management
Q12E - Computer Programming & Web Design
Q12G - Sports Medicine & Management

Audition Dates were:
Saturday, November 21st, 2015
Sunday, December 13th, 2015
Saturday, January 9th, 2016

Science Regents Exams in Living Environment, Chemistry and Physics

Bayside PTA  will receive a monetary donation for every sale that comes directly off of any of these 3 website pages and you will receive a 30% discount through the links below ONLY:

For "50 Ways to Pass the Living Environment Regents!" ($55 instead of $79):


For "100 Ways to Pass the Chemistry Regents!" ($83 instead of $119): 


For "70 Ways to Pass the Physics Regents!" ($62 instead of $89):



SING! is coming to Bayside! What is SING you ask?
SING! is an annual student-run musical production put on by high schools in New York City. It is a theater competition between the various grades with the setup between grades differing from school to school (such as sophomore-freshman vs. seniors vs. juniors, senior-sophomore vs. junior-freshman).SING! was conceived by Bella Tillis, a music teacher at Midwood High School in Brooklyn, New York in 1947.
 If you have any questions, please see Mr. Jacoby in the S.O. Office, room 131.

PTA SAT Prep Courses - 2016 Exams
PTA SAT Tuesday / Thursday classes for March 5, May 7, and June 4 SAT Exams
PTA SAT Saturday classes for January 23,  March 5, May 7, and June 4 SAT Exams

The Korean H. School of Long Island
Fall 2016 spring registration is currently open:
2016 Spring registration form
2016 Spring registration form - Korean

*Recognized as an exemplary Korean weekend school by the Korean government in the 2014~2015 school year, the Korean H. School of Long Island received "President's Award" from the President of the Republic of Korea.

*The school prides itself in achieving excellence as a specialized school of history education.

*The school boasts a deeply rooted history and tradition and continues to strengthen the identities of second-generation Korean Americans through programs, such as the Northeast Korean Folktale Competition.

*The school hires teachers of the highest quality with formal training in education and provides a safe environment fully equipped with learning resources for students.

*Applications are accepted in the order received and only accepted until the enrollment limit is reached.

*The school is an officially recognized non-profit organization by the state of New York.

www.likoreanschools.org     likoreanschool@gmail.com

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Dear Parents and Guardians:

Nothing matters to us more than the safety of your child.

Bayside High School is instituting a new policy for all students to keep our learning environment safe and secure for all students and staff.  It is now required that students swipe-out at the end of their day by the Auditorium Lobby Exit which leads to 32nd Avenue or the Main Entrance which leads to Corporal Kennedy Street. 

Students swipe –in early in the morning and the time is recorded by computer. Upon exiting the building students will once again swipe-out and the computer will record their departure time.


Apply for Free or Reduced Price School Meals!

Go to applyforlunch.com and complete the online application. Your child(ren) may be eligible for free or reduced price meals.

Families can also complete a paper application. Any questions can be sent in an email to OSFCompliance@schools.nyc.gov or by calling the Office of School Food Help Desk at (718) 707-4400.
Letter / Instructions from Mr. Athy about Lunch Forms.

Add money to your student’s Account for Lunch at
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Instructions for logging into:
E-Chalk (log in above)
* In Korean
* In Chinese
* In Spanish

Tuesday, May 31
Quarterly Exams
ELA, Science
Wednesday, June 1
Regents Exam
8:00 AM
Algebra II (Common Core)
Regents Exam
12:00 PM
Integrated Algebra
Thursday, June 2
Quarterly Exams
Math, Health, Social Studies (Multiple Choice)
Hispanic Club show
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
in the auditorium
Friday, June 3
Quarterly Exams
Make-up Day
Senior Breakfast
Saturday, June 4
SAT Exam
not at BHS
Mon, Jun 6 - Sat, Jun 11
Bayside Week
Monday, June 6
S.O. Elections
in the auditorium
Students vs. Teachers Softball Game
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
@ the Athletic Field

Bayside Publications

Check out The Baysider: Community Edition - our newest publication!

Soundings 2014
BHS Literary Magazine - If you would like to purchase a copy, please see Ms. Ormaechea in room 131.

View The Baysider (our school newspaper)
Link to The Baysider Blog

November 2015
December 2015
March 2016
May 2016

Abbreviated Wednesday schedules for students.


Students who begin Period 2 should be at school their normal time- 8:00 AM.

Students who begin period 3 should be at school by 8:43 AM.

Students will be dismissed approximately 1 hour earlier than their normal dismissal time.

Students who normally are dismissed after period 10 at 3:38 will be dismissed at 2:24 on Wednesday.

Students who normally are dismissed after period 9 at 2:47 will be dismissed at 1:41 on Wednesday.

Students will have all their normal classes and their regularly scheduled lunch period on Wednesday.
Students who are staying afterschool for activities or teams will be accommodated.

Here are the procedures we follow in the case of a major storm/ snow day or a day with Citywide emergency conditions:

- The Chancellor will make an announcement to all public schools as to whether to close schools or to have a delayed opening (2 hours delay is the normal time frame). This announcement is made in consultation with other City officials.


Please sign up to be placed on the Parent Coordinator’s email distribution list. The form can be found here.

Letter to all students concerning 1st and 2nd period lateness

PSAL (Public School Athletic League) - sports calendar for all Bayside High School teams

Bayside High School Choir at Carnegie Hall
Promo Video of performance
Radio interview with Mr. Piccirillo

Bayside High School Alumni Site

Seasonal Flu - a guide for parents