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The Bensalem High School Fightin' Robotic Owls, Team 5401, are excited to be hosting the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Mid-Atlantic Competition on March 29th to March 31st.

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Middle School Open Houses

Tour our middle schools in a relaxed, open house atmosphere. Staff, parents and students will be available to answer questions about joining our school families with info on curriculum, extracurricular activities and sports. Children are welcome. To find which school serves your home, visit or call 215-750-2800, ext. 4047.
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BHS Robotics Team Wins Big

This past weekend, Bensalem High School’s Robotics Team, The Fightin’ Robotic Owls, competed at the FIRST Robotics District Competition at Hatboro-Horsham High School where they were event winners for the first time in team history and took home two awards. Senior and Chief Engineer Justin Hawk says, "This has been an incredible experience that I will never forget. It may have taken us five years, but it was worth the wait!"
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B3T Unity Week Essay Winners

Congratulations to the B3T Unity Week essay winners from Robert K. Shafer and Cecelia Snyder Middle Schools! These talented students were recognized at Bensalem Township's Council Meeting on Monday, February 25th and at our School Board meeting on Wednesday, February 27th. They are: Mahi Patel; Teniola Onilari; Zamaya Neal-Davis; Aubrei Mason; Leah Smith; Juliette Macare; Angelo Semon; Edwin Lackey; Hailey Mills; Maria Davis; Mika Sit; Alivia Mercado; Keelyn Fitzgerald (Honorable Mention); Dana Aker (Honorable Mention); and Amanda Shappell (Honorable Mention). Their essays are attached.
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PJAS Regional Competition

The 76th annual Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) regional competition was held at Cecelia Snyder Middle School on Saturday, February 23, 2019. Over 350 students from Philadelphia and Bucks County presented their independent scientific research to professional scientists and educators in this regional fair. Students had their choice of creating a purposeful science experiment, exploring a mathematics topic above their current range of study, or exploring technology with a Computer Science or Engineering project.


Bensalem Township School District is a premier educational institution in Bucks County.  We provide a first class education for the whole child that challenges and supports each student to discover a passion for learning while designing and achieving a personal vision of success.

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  • 4 million dollars in scholarships
  • 16 AP/11 Honor classes offered
  • 9 NMS Finalist in the last 10 years
  • 100 Championships
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