Bayport-Blue Point High School Named Reward School

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The district is thrilled to announce that the Bayport-Blue Point High School was recognized as a Reward School by the New York State Education Department.

In order to be recognized as a Reward School by the NYSED, a school must meet the standards of multiple criteria, including, but not limited to, a display of high achievement or high progress, impressive assessment scores and a stellar graduation rate.

“We are proud of this tremendous recognition and to once again be listed among other high achieving high schools in New York State,” said Bayport-Blue Point High School Principal Dr. Gaurav Passi. “Our students are held to high standards and they are nurtured and supported by our teachers and their families in reaching those expectations. As a result of the support they receive and the strong partnership that exists between the school and home, they consistently rise to perform at the highest of levels.”

“This is an honor that our entire community can celebrate,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Timothy P. Hearney. “This recognition is truly a culmination of hard work, support and dedication from our students, staff, parents and school community. I would like to give a special congratulations and thank you to the staff, parents and community of the high school for all they do for the students of BBP.”

Bayport-Blue Point High School is joined by 24 other Long Island high schools in this prestigious category.