Blood Drive - Donating blood saves lives. Those students who are 16 years or older and have parental permission, are encouraged to donate blood. Participants must also fulfill a list of requirements such as minimum weight of 110 lbs., must be in generally good health, and must not have had a tattoo or body piercing within the past year. Upon donation, students will receive a Blood Donor Card which provides blood preference for the student or family member in any unfortunate case. For more information see the Coordinator of Student Affairs in room B64.
College Fair - Juniors have the opportunity to speak with representatives from various colleges during the school day. Students are informed about the application process, special programs, tuition and financial aid. For more information see the College Counselors in the College Office, room 264.
Concerts/Recitals - The Music and Dance Department performs in the spring and winter. On these special evenings, our bands, chorus, and the Joffery Ballet Academy perform for friends and family in the auditorium. For more information go to room 112 or see the Assistant Principal of Urban Arts and Music.
Dances - The Student Organization hosts several dances throughout the year in the Girls' Gym. Bring a friend and enjoy a night of good music and dancing! Buy tickets in advance for a discount price in room B64 or from any Leadership student. For more information, contact the Coordinator of Student Affairs in room B64.
Multicultural Night – Every June, the ethnic clubs of FHHS perform their traditional dances at Multicultural Night.
Read Aloud - Each spring, the English Department sponsors a Read Aloud in the library in which students and teachers can share their favorite poems and stories with the Fort Hamilton family. For more information, feel free to contact the Assistant Principal of English in room 316.
Senior Night – This is the night when Senior Celebrities, such as Mr. and Ms. Fort Hamilton are announced. Seniors can dance the night away with friends. Seniors who qualify must pay their senior dues to participate in this event. For more information see the Senior Council Advisor in room B64.
Senior Prom - Senior Prom is a night filled with fun and excitement. Go with friends or with a date for memories that will last a lifetime. For more information see the Senior Council Advisor in room B64.
Senior Trip - Every year the seniors go on an overnight ski-trip, to enjoy a weekend away from school with their friends. There are many fun activities to participate in, including a fashion show, karaoke, paintball, shopping and skiing. For more information see the Senior Council Advisor in room B64.
Shakespeare Contest - Every year the English department holds a Shakespeare Contest. Contestants perform a monologue of Shakespeare. The first place winner goes on to compete against other students from the other boroughs, Long Island, and Westchester County. See Ms. LoPinto in room 316 for more information.
Spring Musical Production - Are you an aspiring actor, actress or techie? If you are, try out for our Fall Play Production or Spring Musical. In the last few years, our stunning casts, under the direction of Mr. Coulter, have performed classic shows such as South Pacific, Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Pippin, Legally Blonde, Gypsy, and Avenue Q. For more information, see the Stage Coordinator in the stage office.
Theme Days – The Student Organization proudly sponsors theme days, such as Pink Day, Fashion Disaster Day, Twin Day and Yankee/Met Day.” Show your school spirit! Come to room B64 for more details.