Student Recognition

Student Recognition

Students at Bristol Eastern High School are recognized in a variety of ways for a number of achievements. Below is a brief listing which includes many, but not all, forms of recognition at our school.


Subject Area Honor Societies

In addition to the National Honor Society, Bristol Eastern supports chapters for the following subject-specific honor societies. Most are sponsored by the professional teachers' organization associated with the content area.

Art
CATE (Career/Vocational)
French
Italian
Latin
Mathematics
Science
Spanish
Tri-M (Music)


Perfect Attendance

Each marking period, students who attain perfect attendance for the quarter as defined by no absences, late arrivals or early dismissals, are recognized with special certificates.


Academic Honors Banquet

Each May, those students who rank in the top ten percent of their respective class and maintain honor roll status for the year are recognized with a banquet featuring a keynote speaker from the media, governmental, business or academic communities. A paperweight bearing the seal of the school attests to their achievement for the year.


Honor Roll

Each marking period, those students who meet academic criteria are recognized in the local media. "Principal's Commendation" is a special classification that attests to a student having no grade lower than a "90" for the marking period.