Good Morning Binghamton Patriots, today is Wednesday March 11th, 2020 and it is day 1

    Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance 

    • Good Morning,

      New information has been brought to our attention regarding a few of yesterday’s attendance raffle winners. After careful deliberation we have decide to replace a few of our winners.


    Please remember that each winner must be in good standing to be eligible for the raffle drawing.


    The New 9th grade winners are:

    David Scott and Justin Vy


    The New 10 grade winner is:

    Robert Cooper


    Claim your prize today, go see Miss Carla 2nd Floor Library.



    • Interested in a summer job?

      The VINES program (Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments) is now accepting applications for the positions of:

      Crew Members and Crew Leaders.

      If you are interested in working outside, working with others while learning about the local food system and getting paid for your time,

      see Mrs. Faughnan (Fawnin) in the College and Career Center for more information.

      Seniors are you still in need of money to go to college? Don’t forget to check out the new scholarships on the BHS web page. Keep track of deadlines so you don’t miss out! Don’t forget the deadline for the Dollars for Scholars scholarship is April 1st.

      Juniors: Are you just starting to think about college and where you might want to go?

      Seniors: Haven’t decided where you are going to college yet?


    • A representative from Marywood College will be sharing what Marywood has to offer students on Monday, March 16th at 12:30 pm.

    A representative will be coming from the University of Buffalo on Friday, March 27th at 10:30 am. Take advantage of the Reps visits and get your questions answered.


    • Music Production Club will be cancelled for this week.  Again, Music Production Club will NOT meet this week.  We will return to our regular Wednesday meetings after the long weekend.

    • All Juniors who received an application for RYLA (the Rotary youth leadership conference).  Please return your application to Mr. Matyas by March 17th


    • Hey Juniors and Seniors: Are you unsure about what you want to do after high school?  Not interested in paying back student loans after graduating college?

      How about learning a Trade!  

      Check out the Electrical Apprenticeship opportunity happening now. Find out what it means to be an electrician and how their skills are used in a variety of different fields.  

      See what qualifications you must have for the selection process.  

      Understand the Career path of an electrician and what your salary will be from your first day on the job.   

      Come to the College and Career Center for more information.






    And if no-one told you they love you today, here at Binghamton High School, we do!!