Summer School 2015
Summer Classes (Session 1) begin Wednesday, July 1 at 8 AM. Students enter through the cafeteria and swipe in using their ID cards. New freshmen will be given ID cards in the first few days of class.
Pd. 1: 8:00 - 9:20 AM
Pd. 2: 9:25 -10:45 AM
Pd. 3: 10:50 AM -12:10 PM
Pupil Path has been updated with summer programs. Summer is 2014-2015, Term 7.
Anyone who signed up for summer school must attend!
Regents prep sessions for Regents exams will begin in late July. More information to come on those in the coming weeks. But, if you received a yellow sheet that you have to take exams in August, please plan to attend these sessions to help prepare you for these required exams.
Good luck to all students!
Dear Parents of Bayside High School,
With the June Regents exams only a few months away, we'd like to inform you of some online test prep programs available to you and your child, particularly for the Science Regents Exams in Living Environment, Chemistry and Physics.
In addition to a 20% discount off of the following online video series, the Bayside High School PTA will receive a monetary donation in return for every sale that comes directly off of any of these 3 website pages:
There were 3 open house dates for the 2015-2016 school year:
Registration for the Korean School of Long Island
(Principal: Ms. Ko, Eunja) is currently underway. The Korean School of Long
Island, accredited as an independent non-religious school by the New York
State, is one of the oldest and the most prestigious Korean weekend schools in
the New York metro area. It has been using Bayside High School facilities since
Fall, 2014 for its weekend programs. The curricula of the Korean School of Long
Island includes Korean language, history, culture, children’s music, painting,
traditional dance and martial arts. It also provides an SAT Korean subject test
Friday Classes begin on February 6th, 2015 and end on June 12th, 2015.
Saturday Classes begins on February 7th, 2015 and ends on June 13th, 2015.
The Friday program runs from 4:00 to 6:10 PM, and the Saturday program runs
from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
Registration Fee: $230 for the first child, $190 for the second child, $160 for
the third child.
Checks should be payable to K.H.S.L.I. Mail your check to “Un Cha Kim,
40-01 Little Neck Pkwy, #31b, Little Neck, NY 11363.
Bayside High School students will receive 50% discount on the registration fee.
For further information, please contact in email
(email@example.com) or by phone (917-757-6557).
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 fall of 2014, 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.
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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. Read more...
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.