Students are required to be in attendance for all of their exams. Make-up exams are not given to students who are truant.
Students cannot be released early from an exam.
Cancellations – If school is cancelled due to weather conditions, the schedule will be postponed one day.
Beverly High School Summer School will offer remedial credit courses from July 6th to July 31st. Each course will run for 2 hours each day for a total of 40 course hours. Each course will cost $160 for Beverly resident and $200 for non residents. Further information and a course registration form are listed below
If you were unable to attend the AP parent meeting last evening, you can view the slideshow here. Please be aware that you will need to go to the BHS guidance department to get an AP contract.
Please be aware that you will need to go to the BHS guidance department to get an AP contract.
Congratulations to all BHS DECA International qualifiers for their outstanding dedication and hard work; Kendel Davy, Alexandra Kelleher, Bryan Flaherty, Aidan Blake, Katie Santo, Matt Staid, Emily Vien, Maxine Greenstein, Jake Berry, Julia Bostridge, Jenna Bonugli, Olivia Nelson, and Maddy Peck.
A special congratulations to our 4 National finalists and top 10 winners at the International Career Development Conference; Maeve Blake, Sydney Gallagher, Haley Martwichuck and Dana Martin.
Also, a special thanks to Anne Flaherty for helping this conference be so successful!
Beverly High School Receives 2 National Academy of Television Arts and Science Student Awards (Boston / New England Chapter) for Excellence in Media
Emily Auday received a first place award in the Writing category for her video titled Memorandum. Allie Clancy received a first place award in the Public Service Announcement category for her PSA about Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness. The following students received honorable mentions for their media:
- Dan Lee for Mad World (Music Video)
- Jack Suminsby for Bow Hunting: The Experience (Short Form – Non Fiction)
- Allie Clancy and Aaron Van Cleef for To Be A Film Maker (Short Form – Non Fiction)
- Carissa Angelo for Carissa Angelo’s Media Portfolio (Editor)
- Paige Rotondo, Kayla Ostrowski, Lauren DiPietro, Rachel Gentile, Emily Auday, Hannah Tsukroff, Allie Clancey, Dan Lee, and Aaron Van Cleef for Words (Short Form – Fiction)
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The GlaDIators, one of Beverly High School’s Destination Imagination (DI) team, including Kayleigh Boucher, Sophie Claus, Zach Bauer, Julia Silveira, Christina Pothier, and Robert Michaud, placed second at the state DI tournament this past Saturday, qualifying them for the Global Finals in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Take a look at why it is important here –