• Bayside Secondary School

    Bayside Secondary School

    Bayside Secondary School is a great place to call home. We’ve got everything you need to support you and your goals while you are here with us in high school. We are considered a leader using technology in the classroom.

    We are using technology here every day with equipped computer labs, SMART Boards, iPads, and school-wide wireless internet access.
  • Technology

    Technology

    Bayside is using innovative ways to integrate technology with learning. Our students are being prepared for the future in the digital world.

    We are using technology here every day with equipped computer labs, SMART Boards, iPads, and school-wide wireless internet access.
  • Arts - Explore your artistic side

    Arts - Explore your artistic side

    Whether your forte is Drama, Music, Voice, or the Visual Arts (or you love all four!), you can make your artistic dreams come alive at BSS.

    We have a number of courses and extracurricular activities so you'll be sure to find creative opportunities that are a perfect fit for you.
  • Athletics - Widest Variety of Sports

    Athletics - Widest Variety of Sports

    Bayside has a fierce athletic program that includes competitive teams in rugby, football, soccer, volleyball, hockey, gymnastics, track and field, swimming and many more!

    Golfer, wrestler or curler? We've got it all! BSS is the second largest school by population and we have the most variety of sports and activities.
  • Academics - Find your path

    Academics - Find your path

    Bayside may not be the biggest school in the area, it is a AA school by population, but it continues to offer 34 different activities within the school. Bayside is a true AAA school - Arts, Academics and Athletics.
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  • Literacy Test Information

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    Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2019

    Start time: 8:15 (Breakfast provided)

    Who: Grade 10 students and others who have not yet met the graduation requirements

    If you have any questions about whether or not you need to write, please see Mrs. Maclellan Fraser, Mrs. Francis or Mrs. Ford

    About the test:

    The test is written in two sessions with a 15 min break between booklets.

    Bring a pencil and eraser or blue/black pen.

    You will be assigned a room to write in, that information will be given to you on the Monday before the test and will be posted in the front foyer the morning of the test.

    Please do not bring anything else to the test room.  You are not allowed to have any electronic devices (i.e., cell phones) in the test room.

    The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT), administered by Ontario’s Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), is used to determine whether a student has the literacy (reading and writing) skills required to meet the standard for understanding reading selections and communicating in a variety of writing forms expected by The Ontario Curriculum across all subjects up to the end of Grade 9. The successful completion of this test or the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course is a requirement for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

    The OSSLT is written on the same day in every school across the province.  Please ensure that you avoid scheduling appointments during that time as we are not able to have students complete the test during a different time/date.

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  • Parent Teacher Interviews Thursday

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    Bayside Secondary School's Parent Teacher Interviews will be held this Thursday from 3:30-6:00. Parents are encouraged to make appointments with teachers using the yellow slips attached to the Early Bird Reports sent home last week. 

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  • Bayside Wins BOQ Swimming and Wrestling

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    Congratulations to the Bayside Swim Team on their 9th Consecutive Bay of Quinte Championship yesterday at the Wellness Centre. BSS won the Overall, Men's and Women's Divisions! Top point getters yesterday were Lina Brennan, Thomas Butler, Evelyn Brooks, Madalyn Andrus, Olivia Booker-Morphet, and Simon Hawes. Big time improvements included Greg Moorish, Erica Corbett, Matt Waters, Emma Layton, James Cameron, Emily Harvey, Ander Villar, and Kiera Miller.

    All swimmers are moving on to COSSA next Wednesday in Port Hope!

    Bayside Wrestling was also successful at their competition in Haliburton winning Bay of Quinte Overall, with some great individual results. More details to follow.

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    Photos by Abby Barrett

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Upcoming Events

Thursday March 21, 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Parent Teacher Interviews
Wednesday March 27, 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Literacy Test

HPEDSB Newsroom

  • Statement from the Chair of the Board regarding EPO Funding
    December 21, 2018—Achieving Excellence & Equity is a priority in the 2015-2020 Strategic Plan for Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. Our focus is on providing programs and services to help each student achieve success. Ontario school boards received a series of memos from the Ministry of Education on Friday, December 14, 2018 outlining […]
  • Holiday schedule for schools and the Education Centre
    December 21, 2018—All schools and the Education Centre will be closed to the public during the holiday season from Monday, December 24, 2018 to Friday, January 4, 2019. All will re-open on Monday, January 7, 2019. General inquiries: 613.966.1170, extension “0” or information@hpedsb.on.ca Emergency contact: 613.967.8684 Best wishes for a safe and joyous holiday season!
  • Home-School Connections: ideas to enhance student learning at home, December 2018
    December 6, 2018—Each month, school newsletters include a one-page insert called Home-School Connections. It describes ways in which families can enhance student learning at home in the areas of literacy; numeracy; healthy, caring schools and improving student learning. This month’s Home-School Connections (Pdf) features: Physical: Development of the body influenced by physical activity, sleep patterns, healthy eating and healthy life […]
  • New chair and vice-chair elected for HPEDSB
    December 4, 2018—A new chair and vice-chair of the Board have been elected for Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. At its initial meeting on December 3, 2018, the new Board of Trustees elected Shannon Binder as Chair of the Board and Lisa Anne Chatten as Vice-chair of the Board. Binder expressed appreciation upon being […]

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