Art Club

The Bellringer School Newspaper

Bellringer News

Biking Club

Business Club

CGA Club (Chess, Games, Animation)

Climbing Club

Coding Club (was in 2017-2018 Yearbook)

Connecticut Youth Forum

Dance Team

Drama Club

Environmental Club

Feminism Club

Flag/Drum Corps

French Club

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

Interact Club (Community Service)

Intramural Sports

Jazz Band

Library Committee


Public Safety Club

Recipe Club

Ski Club

Spanish Club

Special Olympics

Student Council

Yearbook (The Oracle)

Tri M Honor Society

Unified Sports




Youth Committee of east hampton prevention partnership


Mrs. Lupacchino

Mr. Dunn

Mrs. Tietjen, Mr. Fielding


Mrs. Dean

Mr. Demick


Mr. Ochterski

Mr. Archibald


Mr. O'Donnell - Plays
Mrs. Mansfield - Musicals

Mr. Abraham

Mr. Ochterski

Mrs. Keska

Mrs. Frederick

Mrs. Sweeney

Mrs. Keska


Mr. Groves

Mrs. Tietjen

Mr. Demick



Mr. Gionfriddo & Mrs. Russell

Mrs. Galvez

Mr. Ochterski & Mrs. Seeley

Mrs. Moore

Mrs. Flannery

Mr. Brown

Mrs. Russell

Mrs. Riggio

Mr. Brown

Mr. Abraham

Mr. Olsen, Mrs. Field, Ms. Kuck

When & Where

Meets every Thursday after school from
2:20 - 3 pm
in the Art Studio, Room 305

Meets daily, M-F, 7 to 7:30, sometimes during student study halls, X-Block and after school. Meets in the TV Studio in the LMC

Generally meets once a month in
Room 202.
Times vary

Meets once or twice a month, generally on a Tuesday or Wednesday, from 2:15-4:15; in Room 708

Generally meets Mondays 2:20-3:20 in Room 104



Generally meets every other Thursday in Room 104

Meets Mondays and as needed before a performance; various locations, mostly outside

Meets once a month
Times and Dates vary

Varies, usually meets in the T-Bell

Meets tje 2nd Wednesday of the Month in the T-Bell

Meets Tuesdays 7 - 8:30 pm in the Music Room 302


Meets monthly from 7:00-7:30 am in Room 708

5 Thursdays in January 2:15 - 8:30 pm at Ski Sundown

Meets as necessary to edit yearbook
Room 707


TBD (Usually X-Block Tuesdays)


TBD Music Room 302

Sign-ups and times listed in Room 101

Meets 3rd Tuesday of the month 2:30 - 4:30 and as needed in the Library Media Center


Create artwork - bond with other like minded artists, complete in-class art assignments - work on creative projects from other classes - participate in school spirit related activities - assist in creative projects in the community - make "me" time for personal art expression

Members record and broadcast the daily announcements for the school. Also records and edits special events, interviews and programs.

Club members learn about business concepts through field trips, speakers, and activities. We also have a yearly food drive to benefit the East Hampton Food Bank.

Meet with individuals who have a shared passion for board games, card games, video games, and more. Which games are played is shaped by the interests and contributions of the club's members! Anyone is welcome to bring a game and a few friends to get together after school to play!

Learn Coding

Discussions and activism related to feminism

Marches with the band at Memorial Day, Veterans Day, Old Home Day, and Big E parades.

Explore French culture: food, games, movies.

Club supports GSA students and their allies.

Club does various community service activities in the school, town, and throughout the state.

Instrumental Ensemble made up of musicians from within the band. Select openings available based on instrumentation (piano, guitar, bass, drumset).

More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Four main purposes have guided chapters of NHS from the beginning: to create enthusiasm for scholarship; to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. These purposes also translate into the criteria used for membership selection in each local chapter.

Open to all. Student funded (cost varies depending on what options are purchased)

Member produce the annual yearbook

EHHS Literary Magazine

Auditioned Acapella Vocal Ensemble

Members work to help prevent substance abuse and build positive assets in school and town community