The Bergenfield Board of Education salutes the 303 graduates of the Bergenfield High School Class of 2015. For this special moment in time, the Class of 2015 has made our small town of Bergenfield, New Jersey, a tall, proud, shining city on the hill for other communities in our nation to emulate. They have done their part to keep America great and we know for certain that they will go forward and build tall, proud lives, constructed firmly on the foundation of their Bergenfield education. We are confident that the best is yet to come. Congratulations BHS Class of 2015!
At its meeting on June 15th, the Bergenfield Board of Education unanimously appointed Mr. Everett Thompson as the Principal of Franklin Elementary School. Click the title to read more.
Click the title to read Dr. Kuchar's Top Ten Recommendations to the RWB 8th Grade Class transitioning to Bergenfield High School.
Bergenfield High School is excited to inform you that the Bergenfield Board of Education will continue The College Visitation Program this summer. The program will provide our students the opportunity to visit various colleges and includes an information session and a campus tour. Click the title for more information.
Congratulations to former Hoover Elementary School student, Devananda Anoop, who placed in the 94.63% nationally and 92.45% statewide, which translates to 5th in NJ and 24th in overall U.S., in the XVIII Math Kangaroo Olympiad! Click the title to read more.
Roy W. Middle School has partnered with the NY Giants to bring students the Play 60 program. Play 60 provides engaging educational opportunities and events designed to teach children the importance of remaining active. Students are challenged to be active 60 minutes a day in an effort to fight childhood obesity. Last week, students were visited by professional NFL players from the NY Giants. Damontre Moore, Daniel Fells, Dwayne Harris, and Marcus Harris addressed the students and gave away two pro jerseys. It was a fitting way to wrap up the students' annual Field Day!