BHS Receives Two National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Award

Beverly High School has been awarded 2 media awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (New England/Boston Chapter) for student, Emily Auday’s music video “who am I? a self portrait” and Daniel Lee’s short fiction “The Forgotten Knick Knack.”

Click to play Emily’s video – i am v5
Click to play Daniel Lee’s – “A Forgotten Knick-Knack”

In addition, the school received honorable mention for Emily Auday’s “Thought Machine” (short nonfiction) and honorable mention for Carissa Angelo, Charlie Boschen, and Caitlyn Ogiba’s “Skit Chat” show(long fiction).

Beverly High Competes in the Banking Bowl

On Tuesday, 4/1, for the first time, the Fundamentals of Banking
Class, participated in a “banking bowl” at the Fed. competing against
23 other schools in the state.   The BHS Panthers came in 6th out of
23 teams. Students on the team included Alicia Dicicco, Cierra
Cravatis, Meghan Belanger, Hannah Lowe, and Alec Bertelli .  Doug
Kent, Rockport National Bank’s Banking Lab coordinator, was advisor to
the Banking Bowl team.

Important Dates for Seniors

The last day for seniors on the calendar is SeniorAwards (5/23)

Senior final exams will be the week of Mon. 5/19 thru Thurs. 5/22.

Freshman Semi-formal

Friday, April 11, 2014
7 to 10 PM in the BHS cafeteria

Tickets are $15 and will be sold at all three lunches on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, April 8-10.
No tickets will be sold at the door.


Congratulations to the
Boys Ice Hockey Team
Division II State Champions

2013-2014 State Champions

Beverly High School Student in the Top 10

Hannah Tsukroff’s documentary “Story – What You Don’t See” was chosen as one of the top 10 documentaries created by MA high school students in the Salem Cinema’s 2014 Five Minute High School Documentary Contest.

The contest is part of the annual Salem Film Festival. The top 10 documentaries will be presented at the Salem Cinema on Saturday, March 8th winners will be announced.


Carly Blau – Honorable Mention – sculpture
Alicia DiCiccio  - Silver Key – digital art
Sheehan Gotsch  - Silver Key – photo
Arielle Lee  - Silver Key – writing
Clara Rocha Lima – Gold Key – photo
Maxx Manfre  - Gold Key – portfolio
Maxx Manfre – Silver Key – digital art
Mackenzie Mason – Honorable Mention – photo
Jessica Morse  - Honorable Mention – sculpture
Casey Oliver  - Silver Key – photo
Grace Otterbien – Honorable Mention – painting
Cody Spencer  - Gold Key – photography
Cody Spencer –  Honorable Mention – portfolio
Maddie Thomas  - Silver Key – ceramics

On Friday, March 7 through Sunday, March 30, 2014 there will be an
exhibition honors all Gold Key winning work. It will be held at Boston
City Hall in Government Plaza. Visiting hours will be Monday
through Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm. The exhibit will also be open for special
hours on Saturday, March 8 so that guests may visit before or after the
award ceremonies.

Composting at BHS

Beverly High School is committed to improving our environment and will begin composting at lunch starting January 21st. This is a student run initiative which will support our effort to be a green school.

We will have 5 composting stations in the Cafeteria – these areas are where we will sort our waste at the end of lunch. There will be three containers at each station to sort lunch waste. It is quick and takes little effort. Members of our Composting Club will be there to help make this easy. This is similar to the composting pilot program we ran last spring.

Pertussis Advisory

Dear Families, please be advised that we have received confirmation of a few more cases of Pertussis (Whooping cough) here at BHS. Your school nurses, along with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health strongly recommend that you check in with your doctor to see if your child has had or is eligible for a booster vaccination. This is one of the best methods available to prevent or lesson the seriousness of the disease. Once again, please be watching your child is getting a persistent cough that may be more spasmodic in nature. If you think your child is getting a persistent cough or is showing signs of the illness, please contact the school nurses or the Department of Public Health before sending them to school.

What is pertussis? Pertussis (also called whooping cough) is a disease caused by bacteria