Bellingham high school (massachusetts)

Bellingham High School
60 Blackstone Street
Bellingham, Massachusetts, 02019
United States
Type Public high school
Principal Peter Marano
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 730+
Color(s)           Black and white
Athletics conference Tri-Valley League
Mascot Blackhawk
Average SAT scores 490 verbal
496 math
473 writing (2010)[1]

Bellingham High School, or BHS is a four-year public high school located in the town of Bellingham, Massachusetts, USA. One of two high schools in the town of Bellingham, BHS is home to more than 700 students from the grades nine through twelve.


This building was opened in 2001 for grades 9-12, thus making the old high school become the middle school for grades 5-8. The three elementary schools in Bellingham went from the grades kindergarten to sixth, to now kindegarden to fourth.

Clubs and activities

BHS offers clubs and activities for students, including:

  • Cable Club
  • Coexist
  • Color Guard
  • Drama Club
  • Math Club
  • Mock Trial
  • Newspaper Club
  • SADD
  • Ski Club
  • Student Council
  • Yearbook Club

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Sports include: (V-Varsity, JV- Junior Varsity, Fr.- Freshman) Fall

  • V. Football
  • JV. Football
  • Fr. Football
  • V. Field hockey
  • JV. Field hockey
  • Boys JV. Soccer
  • Girls JV. Soccer
  • Boys V. Soccer
  • Girls V. Soccer
  • JV. Volleyball
  • V. Volleyball
  • Cross country
  • Cheerleading
  • Golf


  • JV. Ice hockey
  • V. Ice hockey
  • JV. Wrestling
  • V. Wrestling
  • Fr. Basketball
  • JV. Basketball
  • V. Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Winter track


  • JV. Baseball
  • V. Baseball
  • JV. Softball
  • V. Softball
  • JV Girls Lacrosse
  • V Girls Lacrosse
  • V Boys Lacrosse
  • Spring track and field
  • Cheerleading

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Coordinates: 42°04′40″N 71°28′04″W / 42.0777°N 71.4678°W / 42.0777; -71.4678

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