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Thank You!

The Bridgehampton School District welcomes Carla Lillie to the Board of Education and congratulates Jennifer Vinski on re-election. Congratulations also to Ron White and Lillian Tyree-Johnson on being voted in as president and vice president, respectively. Thank you to the entire Board of Education for your commitment to the students in our Bridgehampton community.

Graduation 2019

At Bridgehampton High School’s graduation ceremonies on June 23, salutatorian Autumn Coffey left her classmates with this quote by author J.K. Rowling:

“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all - in which case, you fail by default.”

Congratulations to our Pre-K graduates!

Congratulations to our Pre-K graduates!
Thanks to Ms. New, Ms. Suarez and Ms. Mack for their dedication to our youngest students and congratulations to our wonderful stars: A’Zavion Clark, Suzannah Ivans, Charles Lillie, Dorothy Marin, Jacqueline Munguia, Kitzia Reyes, Jaylah Scott and Ezrah White.

Sixth Grade Class Project

Sixth Grade Class Project
The sixth grade science class held their annual egg drop this week. The students made structures that they hoped would protect an egg from a two-story drop. To build their structure, they each worked with a box of straws and a roll of tape. Mr. Kaiser dropped each student’s project from the fire escape to the concrete right outside of the kitchen. Thanks to Mr. Kaiser and Ms. Conklin for this awesome project!

Thank You PTO!

A great thank you to the Bridgehampton PTO for celebrating the end of the school year with us by donating ice cream for the entire elementary and middle school.

Learning Lifesaving Skills

Learning Lifesaving Skills
A great thank you to Mr. Meyer and Mr. DeRosa for providing CPR training to our eighth graders. What an important and great lifesaving emergency skill for our students to have!

Summer Reading Logs - Hampton Library


Summer Math


Wrapping Up a Successful Year!

Wrapping Up a Successful Year
Congratulations to our Bridgehampton students for all your hard work this year. We were excited to celebrate our Student of the Month and Summer Reading Program Assembly.

Congratulations to Emilia Huacon, Kate Vinski, Rylee Fitzgerald, Viebianna Hernandez, Kai Alversa, Jeremiah Carston, Edgar Huacon, Citaly Trinidad and Rubi Cruz. Thanks also to Mr. Hand, Ms. Reilly, Mr. Cox and Ms. Ozsu.

An Education in Farming Practices

An Education in Farming Practices
As an end of the year special treat, students visited a property in Amagansett, locally known as Turtle Bluff Farm. Under the guidance of the property’s groundskeeper, Mr. Tom Edwards, they had an opportunity to feed goats, taste vegetables from the garden, and explore and spot frogs and turtles in the property’s pond. They met rabbits, chickens, pheasants, peacocks, a pig and more.

Grateful Gesture

Students in grades 3-5 created a poster listing all the many reasons they’re thankful to our crossing guard, Mr. Ed Czaplinski. He even promised to be back next year! On behalf of our entire school community – Thank you Mr. Czaplinski!

Inspiring Teamwork and Dedication

Congratulations to those who were involved with i-tri this year. The wonderful community program helps to foster self-respect, personal empowerment, confidence, positive body image and healthy lifestyle choices for girls. We are grateful for the healthy habits and healthy attitudes that will last a lifetime for our students!

Bridgehampton’s Budding Entrepreneurs!

Bridgehampton’s Budding Entrepreneurs
Bridgehampton School hosted its version of the reality show Shark Tank complete with an audience of parents, students and teachers. Budding entrepreneurs presented their inventions to judges (sharks) third grade teacher Mr. Michael Byrne, assistant principal Mr. Michael Cox and Coach Mr. Ron White.

Students Nick Bonilla, Yaredci Chevez, Guillermo San Juan and Kate Vinski invented Showtime Glasses. Jamiya Hopson, Steven Lucero and Destiny Parker invented Electro Foot and Erick Alvarez, Eddie Dawson and Olivia Laserna created Smart Pencil.

A special thanks to fifth grade teachers Ms. Christina Guastella, Mr. Louis Liberatore, third grade assistant Ms. Christine Harrison and our supportive parents for helping to make this a productive, inspiring and exciting event!

Community Helpers

Community Helpers photo
The third grade social studies class went on a walking trip to the Town of Southampton’s Highway Departments’ Bridgehampton “Barn” to learn about our community and how it is kept safe and clean. On the way, students wore safety gloves, hard hats and vests and collected garbage along the route. Once they arrived, they received a demonstration lesson on safety and had the opportunity to sit in different equipment including the Town’s bulldozer, sidewalk sweeper, and plow truck. Students completed different activities, including hammering, shoveling, digging and learned how to properly use a screwdriver, a rake and a wheelbarrow. They were complimented on their efforts to and from the job site on their help in keeping our community clean and they truly had a great time! Highway Superintendent Mr. Alex Gregor provided Mister Softee Ice Cream as a special treat and as a thanks to the students for helping out the Highway Department. Thank you to Mr. and Ms. Harrison for coordinating the details of this educational event for our students.

Senior Send-Off

June 17, 2019
The last full day of classes for seniors!

Free access to digital books over the summer


Congratulations to our participants at the New York State School Music Association state competition – Sarah Kapon, Sergio Lazaro, Avery McCleland, Adrian Molina, Luna Paucar, Joe Penafiel, Luis Penafiel, Jonah Posner, Constantine Reilly, Citaly Trinidad, Scott Vinski and Kris Vinski. Thank you also to Mr. Elliott for your continued commitment to our student-musicians and to excellence in music education.

New Legislation- Vaccination


Lessons in Ecosystems and More!

Lessons in Ecosystems and More photo
First and second grade students took a field trip to the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead where in addition to observing the numerous toads, frogs, turtles, and marine animals and fish, they learned about African penguins, the importance of wetlands and how many animals camouflage themselves to escape detection.

2019 Valedictorian Celebrated

Bridgehampton School Class of 2019 valedictorian James Fairchild was among Suffolk County’s highest-achieving students who were honored by school district superintendents, administrators and parents during the recent Suffolk County School Superintendents Association’s 25th annual Valedictorian’s Luncheon. Congratulating the students on their hard work and achievements were members of the SCCSA Board of Directors and keynote speaker Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini who spoke of education’s vitality to the security of our communities and nation.

Trio Graduate with Technical Certificates

Trio Graduate with Technical Certificates
Three Bridgehampton seniors graduated From HB Ward Technical Center in Riverhead this week. Congratulations to Hannah Baker (cosmetology), Janatan Braia (automotive technology) and Kwame Yirenkyi (audio production) on pursuing careers in your chosen fields of study.

Health and Wellness Fitness Trail Now Open

Health and Wellness Fitness Trail Now Open
A beautiful June morning was the perfect backdrop for the grand opening of the Health and Wellness Fitness Trail. A great thank you to the Bridgehampton Board of Education and community for this great gift for all to enjoy!

Aquaponics in the Community

Aquaponics in the Community
Students in the Introduction to Environmental Science class, under the leadership of science teacher Ms. Natalia Nichols, designed and built an aquaponics system that will be on permanent display at The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center in Bridgehampton. The district collaborated with SoFo on a grant that funded the project. Thank you to the students and Ms. Nichols for all the work that was put into this unique system that combines conventional aquaculture with hydroponics. It will be something visitors to SoFo will enjoy learning about.

Operation Montserrat

Students in Ms. Conklin’s sixth grade class participated in a distance learning event with a representative from the Challenger Learning Center. The students worked on Operation Montserrat, an electronic mission that challenged them to apply their science and math skills to an authentic crisis situation. During the interactive Smartboard lesson, the student specialists served as members of a team: volcano, hurricane monitoring, evacuation and communication. The program is aimed to help build students’ enthusiasm for science and math, improve problem-solving and critical thinking skills and teaches the importance of teamwork and communication. They are now well trained and will strive to save the people of Montserrat from an approaching hurricane or an erupting volcano. Thank you to Mr. Kaiser and Ms. Conklin for organizing this educational opportunity.

Musical Delights!

Bridgehampton’s Marimba band added to the festivities of the Student Annual 12, East Hampton’s LongHouse Reserve annual juried student art exhibition. Thank you for your excellence in performance!

Award-Winning Artwork

Award-Winning Artwork
High School senior Aziza El was honored with a first place art award at the Student Annual 12, East Hampton’s LongHouse Reserve annual juried student art exhibition. Aziza’s ceramic sculpture was inspired by a visit to LongHouse this academic year. The work, selected by the Education Committee at LongHouse was part of the exhibit that featured a ceremony, music and reception on June 11.

NYSSMA Evaluation

NYSSMA Evaluation
Congratulations to eighth grade student Jonah Posner for achieving a performance evaluation of 99 out of 100 at a recent New York State School Music Association festival where he performed a vocal solo. A great accomplishment!

National Honor Society Inductees

National Honor Society Inductees photo
Membership in the National Honor Society represents the highest honor and trust that can be bestowed upon a student. The National Honor Society recognizes students for outstanding SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE and CHARACTER. Membership in the society indicates that the student has attained and is demonstrating and promoting all of these qualities and is exerting an effort to improve conditions in our school and community.
Congratulations to our National Honor Society Inductees!

Please Join Us!

Please Join Us
Members of the community are welcome to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, June 12 at 8:30 AM to unveil the new Bridgehampton Community K-12 grade Health and Wellness Fitness Trail Playground and Exercise Track.

Bridgehampton Family BBQ

All Students, Staff, And Families Welcome!!!


Front Page News!


PROM 2019

PROM 2019 photo
A special thanks to Mr. Reilly, the high school student government and the generosity of the numerous people who donated funds to help create a spectacular event for our students. Thank you also to our chaperones, we are so appreciative of your assistance in making this a fun, safe and memorable evening. Congratulations to Jahqur Carr, Aziza El, Jaden Campbell, Isaiah Brodie and Julian Cheng for their honor of being selected to the Prom Court!

Honorable Mention in National Competition

Honorable Mention in National Competition
The eighth grade class participated in the 2019 Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision competition for K-12 students, which engages the next generation in real world problem solving with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math concepts.

“ExploraVision challenges students to envision and communicate new technology that could exist 20 years in the future through collaborative brainstorming and research of current science and technology,” technology teacher Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz said.

Three students – Melanie Braia, Jonah Posner and Ryeasia Walker – worked together on a paper that created a modified wind turbine that could extract humidity from the atmosphere to create a supply of fresh drinking water. Their work placed in the top 10 percent of all students who participated nationally and won an Honorable Mention for their research paper.

Bridgehampton Scholar Athletes

Bridgehampton Scholar Athletes
Julian Cheng
Miles Clark
Alexis Davis
Jonathan DeGroot
James Fairchild
Dylan Fitzgerald
Chase Gudelauski
Hugo Kapon
Aidan Ozsu
Julian Pesce
Sheily Ruiz Soto
Kimberly Villa
Kristopher Vinski
Scott Vinski


Franky Bonilla
Melanie Braia
Jahqur Carr
Aniya Coffey
Perla Cruz 
Alexis Davis*
Nathaniel Depasquale
Ayanna El
Aziza El
Samuel Evans
Dylan Fitzgerald*
Jaeda Gant
James Gazda
Chase Gudelauski*
Paige Hoyt
Alanah Johnson
Destiny Lamison
Aidan Ozsu*
Makayla Pinckney
Eustorgio Rojas
Kimberly Rojas
Marques Thomaster.
Grace Turza
Justin Urgiles
Melissa Villa

Jarek Villalva
Ashanti Webley
Kwame Yirenkyi

*Highlighted Students are Scholar Athletes. 

High Honor Roll

High Honor Roll
Jaden Campbell
Nava Campbell
Olivia Cassone
Julian Cheng*
Miles Clark*
Autumn Coffey
Jonathan DeGroot*
Gylia Dryden
James Fairchild*
Madeline Grabb
Laura Hagerman
Jalisa Hopson
Caleigh Hochstedler
Liam Huberty
Hugo Kapon*
Sarah Kapon
Zoe Lucas
Avery McCleland
Grace Miller
Makenzie Miller
Luna Paucar
Julian Pesce*
Jonah Posner
Sheily Ruiz Soto*
Aiyanna Spears
Monasia Street
Maximus Tiska
Kimberly Villa*
Kristopher Vinski*
Scott Vinski*
Elijah White  

*Scholar Athletes

Musical Magic!

Musical Magic 1
Our students put on a spectacular performance and we commend their efforts! Congratulations to the members of our chorus, band, marimba and string instrument program. Thank you also to Mr. Elliott and Ms. Sanchez for all their time and commitment with our talented students.

Colors of the Rainbow

Colors of the Rainbow
Congratulations to the students who participated in the Colors of the Rainbow dance. We received the Bronze Award!!! Please join us as these talented performers showcase their new skills at the Bridgehampton BeeHive Ball on Friday, May 31 at 6 p.m. A special thanks to Ms. Ozsu and Ms. Garcia for coaching.

Wellness Survey

The Wellness Committee would appreciate all stakeholders completing the following survey in order to improve our school. Please take the short survey in order to provide our district invaluable data to continue improving.

Non-Resident Student Enrollment


This link provides an overview of the district’s non-resident student enrollment program, including tuition rates and applications. 

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Parent Guide to Common Core


This is a series of materials, websites and guides aimed at helping parents navigate the Common Core Standards.

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Community Library


Information on library hours, contents, computer system features, the inter-library loan system and how to obtain a library card.

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