Parents & Guardians: Please complete a short survey centered around technology use at home and at school. The district will be using the collective results for guiding technology decisions for the 2022-23 school year and beyond.
News & Announcements
On Wednesday, April 6, the Bensalem High School Owls Television Network (OTN) will host their annual Ryan K. Wilson Memorial OTN Film Fest. The annual film festival is a competition open to all Bensalem students who enjoy acting in, directing, and editing their own independent films. A wide range of genres, as well as a great deal of talent, is represented in this year’s finalists.
Congratulations to our February Students of the Month! We are proud of your accomplishments and wish you continued success in all your future endeavors!
Congratulations to the following Bensalem High School students for having their artwork selected to be displayed at the PSEA Touch the Future Art Exhibit.
Congratulations to the 31 Bensalem High School (BHS) and 16 Robert K. Shafer Middle School music students who successfully auditioned and were selected to the Bucks County Music Educators Association (BCMEA) County-Wide Festival that took place March 17-19.
Again this, the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Region 1C Competition took place virtually from Cecelia Snyder Middle School. 361 students from Bucks and Philadelphia Counties participated by presenting at the Regional Meet. While usually held in person at Snyder Middle School on the last Saturday in February, the format continued this year as an asynchronous virtual meet.
Col John C. Church, Jr., USMCR (Ret.) Head Leadership Studies, Senior Marine Instructor and MSgt (Ret.) Shawn Worthen, USMCR Marine Instructor are pleased to announce the following promotions for March:
Congratulations to the following Bensalem High School students who recently attended the DECA State competition in Hershey: Aayushi Patel, Aastha Patel, Prem Patel and Kush Patel.
Bensalem High School senior Kathleen Ho has been named a Finalist in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Kathleen will join more than 15,000 academically talented high school seniors who now compete for 7,500 National Merit Scholarship® awards.
Congratulations to our January Students of the Month! We are proud of your accomplishments and wish you continued success in all your future endeavors!