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 AUGUST 2005

24-26-Teacher meetings

26-Freshman Day 8-10

29-First Day for Students

 

SEPTEMBER 2005

7-Back to School Night

19-23-Rose Sale

28-College Planning Night

30-Interim Progress Reports sent Home

 

OCTOBER 2005

4-School Closed

7-Homecoming Football Game

8-Homecoming Dance

13-School Closed

18-Autumn Music Concert

26-NHS Induction

 

Home of the Bobcats

Bel Air High SchoolBel Air High School was a comprehensive high school with a faculty of over 100, and a student body of over 1650. Classified as a 3A school, Bel Air offered 15 varsity sports. The program has produced numerous county and regional champions and has sent several teams to state playoffs in recent years. For more information on the current state of Bel Air High School, visit BAHS.

Back in the month of Aug in the year 2009, Bel Air High School relocated to a brand-new structure. Bel Air High School lies in the great area of Harford County, which gave the Bel Air Academy its start in 1815. For greater than 185 fantastic years, Bel Air has actually enlightened thousands of pupils that have gone to this place to further their education into college and technical degrees and even employment and serving in the military.

Regularly throughout all of the wonderful years of the school's existence, about 81% of the pupils end up qualifying for the University of Maryland. After they graduate, 85% of BAHS students intend to go to college, 3% plan to get in technological or specialized education and learning, as well as 10 percent strategize to go into the labor force and/or the military to be an armed guard or some other type of work.

During the training course of 4 years, Bel Air High School pupils usually take 32 courses while collecting the 26 that are required to be able to graduate in the state of Maryland. This all-inclusive, thorough program often means the students get to enjoy Advanced Placement (AP) classes in English, other languages, Art, Math, Social Studies, and Science for almost 1/3 of the over 1,600 students. Out of the students taking the AP tests, our pupils attain success rates of 70%. Due to this strong emphasis on excelling, Bel Air High School regularly goes beyond the neighborhood, state, and also nationwide average on achievement examinations.

Additionally, beyond our strong school emphasis, Bel Air High School provides art that is recognized on a national level and also journalism, in addition to acclaimed vocal and also instrumental music and athletics programs. An additional emphasis of pupil success is the Bel Air Drama Company (BADC), and we are proud to see this club rise from a tiny team of about two dozen students to more than ONE HUNDRED pupils every year of school. The BADC performs 3, and sometimes more, high caliber productions every year. And always up for the challenge, our 15 varsity sports programs win annual community and also regional championships and also state playoff competitions in a selection of man and also female athletics.

Simply put, Bel Air High School has earned a wonderful reputation as one of the most prestigious schools you can find in the state.

Phone: 410-638-4600
Fax: 410-638-4604
E-mail: bahs@belairhs.org
Mr. Joseph L. Voskuhl, Principal
100 Heighe Street
Bel Air, MD 21014
Assistant Principals:
Mrs. Pat Walling
Mr. Buzz Williams
Ms. Kandice E. Wilson

Announcements and Information

 

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS

 8:00 - 11:30 AND 12:30 - 4:00

 

NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION BY APPT. ONLY

410-638-4606

STUDENT SCHEDULE PICK UP

Student schedules will be distributed from 10:00am - 2:00pm according to the following schedule:

  • August 11 & 12, 2005  Seniors   

  • August 15 & 16, 2005 Juniors

  • August 17 & 18, 2005 Sophomores

  • August 19 & 26, 2005 Freshmen

 

Due to time and access constraints, teachers and administrators are normally not able to check the listed e-mail accounts every day. Please continue to rely on the telephone as the most expedient method of contacting school personnel.


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