As the school year comes to a close on June 25th, we must collect school items so that we can assess inventory and prepare for the upcoming school year.
Please return any school items per the schedule below. Enter through delivery and we'll collect items in the cafe. Students will get a receipt for returned items, including books, iPads or laptops, uniforms (Band, JROTC), calculators, or other items. This includes iPads from the DOE that were delivered to your home as well as devices picked up at FHHS. Please make sure that all students who are returning a device are returning the one assigned to them, not a sibling's device who attends another school.
Return Schedule in Cafeteria:
Monday, June 21st between 10am and 2pm
Tuesday, June 22nd between 10am and 2pm
Thursday, June 24th between 10am and 2pm
Students graduating must have a receipt for items returned in order to pick up their diploma on June 24 and June 25 from 9am to 11am on the circle.
Thank you for attending to this important matter.
Wednesdays: Periods 5, 6 and 7 (10:30 - 12:30)
Thursdays: Periods 6, 7, and 8 (11:00 - 1:00)
For all students who are not remote, we are doing our best to deliver items to you on your COHORT day - but please feel free to come to grab your stuff at one of the scheduled times if you have not already received them.
The same goes for teachers.
Please contact Ms. Perez with any questions.
SO President- Sotiria Sartzetakis
|SO Vice President- Kevin Hodo|
SO Secretary- Fiona Tan
|Junior Senator- Sara Abu Touq|
Sophomore Senator- Vasilios Likourezos
|Freshman Senator- Isabel Beglollari|
|SLT Member- Feiya Lin||Senior Council President- Hanna Justis|
|Senior Council Vice President- Reina Nelson||Senior Council Treasurer- Roberto Saikaly|
|Senior Council Secretary- Gabriel Arteaga|
|Thank you to all who participated|
National Honor Society Tutoring Available
All students can now request tutoring in all classes offered at Fort Hamilton and the SAT from the National Honor Society! Send an email with the subject you need tutoring in and your free periods. Please note that we will only be taking requests from students sent via their @fthamiltonhs.org email address.
Attention Juniors and Seniors! The Fort Hamilton HS Chapter of the National Honor Society is now accepting applications! The National Honor Society looks for model students that embody the four pillars of our organization: character, scholarship, leadership and service.
Interested in joining NHS? The criteria for admission includes:
- 89.5 weighted cumulative average or higher
- Have characteristics that exemplify all four pillars
- Evidence of service to school or community
- No disciplinary record
- One teacher recommendation and transcript
- Interview with the Executive Board and Adviser
If you think you meet these requirements, then consider applying to NHS! Applications are due by Friday, December 11th, 2020 at noon. Your application must be submitted through your fthamiltonhs.org email address or it will not be considered. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Fort Hamilton,
We spent the last month working on more events to engage the student body and encourage school spirit.
Throughout the last two months we began accepting new club applications and all that have been approved have now been added to our Club List which can be found PupilPath or the Club News 2021 page
Leadership packets are available from March 8th until March 24th for Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors. Email Student Government from your FORT HAMILTON EMAIL ADDRESS if you would like a packet to apply. Any questions you may have should also be directed to Student Government
In collaboration with the Black Unity Club, we hosted a Black History Kahoot Trivia event on February 10th from 4-5 pm.
On February 24th we hosted a panel with some of our staff members who shared their experiences with their past careers and studies before becoming a staff member at Fort Hamilton. This is a link to a video of the panel that can also be found on the schools website:
Fort Hamilton High School Staff Panel- February 24, 2021
In light of Black History Month, staff members initiated the Black Lives Matter week of action. These events provided students the opportunity to learn through the experiences of their peers and were able to engage in activities that promoted education on the topic.
On February 4th we encouraged students to dress for Jersey Day. Pictures were submitted to a Google Form and posted on the school’s Instagram page: @forthamiltonbk
In order to raise awareness for teen dating violence, every February, young people and their loved ones join together across the country for a national effort to raise awareness about the issue during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. This annual, month-long push focuses on advocacy and education to stop dating abuse before it starts. Orange is the color for this cause, so we encouraged students and staff to wear orange on February 26th to raise awareness for Teen Dating Violence. Additionally, please visit the Healing Center to learn about and donate to a local organization dedicated to supporting victims of Teen Dating Violence and other types of family violence.
The student Equity and Access Committee will be hosting a Community Forum on Wednesday, March 17th from 4-5 p.m. Tiger Outreach & Inclusion Sign Up
We will be hosting another panel for students to listen in on with local politicians: Councilman Justin Brannan, Senator Andrew Gounardes, and Assemblywoman Mathylde Frontus. The event will take place on Wednesday, March 24th.
If you have any questions or concerns reach out to the FHHS Student Government
FHHS NHS INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES TERM 1 2020-2021 HANDBOOK