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Wellington C. Mepham High School

2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Eric Gomez

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Jennifer B. Carne, Ed.D
Mr. Andrew DelRosario
Mr. Christopher Safina
Attendance: 992-1515
Counseling & Wellness Center: 992-1520
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Important Information

Final/Regents Exam Transportation Schedule

Final/Regents Exam Testing Schedule

Important Prom Information

Prom Parent Letter 2021
Senior Prom Contract
Contract for Non-Mepham Guest

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New and Returning NAHS Inductees List

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Senior Lawn Signs

2021 Advanced Placement Exam Schedule

May 2021 Newsletter

Daily COVID-19 Screening Attestation

Clubs and Activities, 2020-2021

Intramural Schedule

Yearbook-Senior Packet 

Attendance Schedule Cheat Sheet 

SAT/ACT Testing Site Building Policies - COVID-19

College Admissions Information for Juniors and Seniors

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Coronavirus - District Information Page

Photo Schedule (2020-2021) 

Kaplan Test Prep Opportunities for Bellmore-Merrick Students 

Advanced Placement Information

Instructions for Senior Parking


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    Current News

    Mepham Girls Softball Nab First Ever LI Title

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    The Wellington C. Mepham High School girls softball team won the school’s first ever Long Island Class A Championship on June 19.

    The team won 1-0 against Miller Place High School in a one-hitter match up at the Moriches Athletic Complex in Brookhaven. They are coached by Brenda Dolan.

    PHOTO GALLERY: Bellmore-Merrick Graduates Class of 2021

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    The Central High School District graduating Class of 2021 was celebrated at three ceremonies on the Mepham, Calhoun and Kennedy high school football fields on June 13.

    The pomp and circumstance were radiating throughout the students, staff and grounds as spectators tailgated along the fence lines to catch a glimpse of this special day.

    School color balloon arches and other embellishments, commemorative student speeches and diploma sleeve handouts marked the afternoon.

    Valedictorians Max Luft from Mepham, Jasper Seabold from Calhoun and Jake Arlia from Kennedy, as well as salutatorians Jack Savalli from Mepham, Michelle Serban from Calhoun and Jordyn Krinsky from Kennedy all addressed the crowds.

    Arlia discussed the pandemic’s effects on him and his classmates.

    “I am not surprised at how triumphantly we persevered through this year,” he said. “The joyful memories we cultivated in our pre-pandemic reality, incentivized us to work hard and cooperate for a brighter future.”

    Luft added similar sentiments to his Mepham classmates.

    “Our cooperative abilities have only been improved through COVID,” he said. “We are all integral pieces in our future, and we need to help each other up when one of us inevitably falls in order for us all to succeed.”

    Seabold leaned into his speech, offering much comic relief, but noted he wanted to also say something to add value to his classmates’ lives. He discussed the importance of literacy in going through life.

    “If you’re literate you can read different arguments and school of thought,” he said. “Only through the free exchange of ideas can we hope to distinguish those of merit.”


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    Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting Celebrates 100th Broadcast

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    Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting seniors AJ Fried and Michele Spiller achieved a unique milestone with their 100th broadcast on June 9.

    “Fried and Spiller began hosting the BMB Morning Announcements as freshmen, along with fellow BMB senior Jake Winckelmann who hosts Around Campus,” explained program director Stu Stein. “Through the years, AJ and Michele developed their own unique chemistry and became synonymous with BMB in general and the BMB Morning Announcements specifically.”

    During the school shutdown in 2020, Fried and Spiller hosted 13 straight weeks of episodes from their homes while Fried also took on responsibility for producing the 87 consecutive BMB Daily Reports.

    “Returning to school this year, AJ and Michele and the rest of the BMB crew were back on the air even before the first day of school with ‘BMB Goes Back to School’ and they remained a constant throughout this entire year of hybrid, virtual and in-person learning,” added Stein.

    "In the years to come, we will have plenty of students sit at our virtual anchor desk,” said Broadcasting teacher Lisa Kalish, who then explained that she’ll always think of AJ and Michele when she hears the “Morning Announcements.”

    Next year, Fried will be attending West Virginia University while Spiller be studying at SUNY New Paltz.

    Mepham LEO Club Cleans Local Shores

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    The Mepham LEO Club volunteered alongside the organization Operation SPLASH on May 15 to clean up 150 pounds of trash along Jones Beach Field 10’s shores.

    The LEO Club is a community service organization associated with the Lion's Club. Activities include raising money for the Habitat for Humanity, participating in builds in the community, food drives and more. Faculty advisers are Josephine Parlagreco and Neeru Partap.

    Mepham’s Victoria O’Shea Wins Roger Rees Award

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    Victoria O’Shea, an 11th grader at Mepham High School, was named a Roger Rees Award for Excellence in Student Performance winner after her rendition of “Promise Me This” in the Mepham Skull and Bones production of “The Theory of Relativity.”

    “I was very excited and honored to partake in the Roger Rees Awards this year for my role singing “Promise Me This” in the Skull and Bones production of the Theory of Relativity,” explained O’Sheas. “I was a finalist for the 1st annual New Faces Award and had the wonderful opportunity to listen to and work with Broadway professionals. I cannot thank my directors enough for the support I receive and cannot wait for what the future holds.”

    The Jimmy Awards, also known as the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, are currently the only student award in the New York metro area that recognizes distinction in student performance and outstanding achievement in high school musical theater programs.

    O’Shea was among six other female performers named for Best Actress. She earned a $5,000 scholarship to the Norwalk Conservatory for the Arts.

    “We are extremely proud of Victoria for this accomplishment and for working so hard to meet the criteria for this prestigious award,” said English teacher/Skull and Bones adviser Edward Grosskreuz. “She is a young woman with a true passion for the performing arts, and it is clear her commitment to her craft is paying off. She brings a level of maturity and professionalism to the stage, and Skull and Bones is proud to have her as a member.”

    The national showcase will be presented online on Thursday, July 15, 2021. To view her performance: Click Here

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