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  • School Lunch Payment Information

    Bergenfield Board of Education’s Food Service Department provides you with a convenient and secure online payment service called mySchoolBucks. This website allows you to deposit money directly into your child’s school meal account and view balance/purchase information for the past ninety days. Click the title for more information and registration directions.

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  • Bergenfield High School Ranks amongst Top Bergen County Schools

    Results of a national search for the best public high schools place Bergenfield High School at #402, with a graduation rate of 98.4%, college bound rate of 89.6%, and average SAT score of 1460. BHS is one of 43 New Jersey schools recognized. Click the title to read more.

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  • I Am BHS 2014

    Congratulations to the class of 2014! Click the title to see some highlights of our graduating class.

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  • Bergenfield High School made The Washington Post's list of "Most Challenging Schools in America"

    For the third year in a row, Bergenfield High School made The Washington Post’s “Most Challenging Schools in America” list. According to the Washington Post article, Bergenfield High School is ranked 1,442 nationally, 57th in the state of NJ, and 9th in very competitive Bergen County, New Jersey. This ranking places Bergenfield High School in the top 5% in the nation and top 10% of high schools in the state and county. At the same time, Bergenfield High School demonstrated remarkable improvement by moving up the list 178 places. In 2013, Bergenfield High School ranked 1,620 nationally compared to ranking 1,442 in 2014.

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  • 100 Best w!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance

    Working in Support of Education (w!se), a leading New York City based educational not-for-profit, announced Bergenfield High School as one of the “100 Best w!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance” during a ceremony at the New York Stock Exchange. Click the title to learn more about the program.

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  • National Art Award for Hoover Student

    Hoover Elementary School fifth grader, Beatrice Aquino, was named the Grand Prize Winner for the 2014 Scholastic MLK Day Poster Contest -- a national art competition. To enter the contest, students had to create an original Martin Luther King, Jr.–themed poster (no larger than 11" x 17") that inspires people, his or her own age, to help others through service and answer Dr. King’s question, “What are you doing for others?” Entries were judged equally on artistic interpretation of the Challenge Theme; how well the artwork inspires others to engage in service; originality; and technical skill. Click the title to read more and see her winning poster.

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