Bonny Eagle High School

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Bonny Eagle High School
Established 1961
Type Public secondary
Principal Paul Penna
Asst. Principal Lori Napolitano, Erin Maguire, Kyle Hodgdon
Students 1,200+
Grades 9–12
Location Standish, Maine, USA
Coordinates 43°41′49″N 70°35′56″W / 43.6970°N 70.5989°W / 43.6970; -70.5989Coordinates: 43°41′49″N 70°35′56″W / 43.6970°N 70.5989°W / 43.6970; -70.5989
District M.S.A.D. 6
Accreditation New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Colors Green and White
Mascot Scots
Website bonnyeagle.org

Bonny Eagle High School is a public high school located in Standish, Maine, United States. The school is a part of Maine School Administrative District 6, which serves the towns of Buxton (including Bar Mills), Hollis, Limington, Frye Island, and Standish (including Steep Falls). Remodeling was recently finished on the front of the school.[citation needed]

Sports and interscholastic activities[edit]

Bonny Eagle is Class A in all sporting events. They have many varsity sports teams including Cross Country, Football, Soccer, Cheerleading, Field Hockey, Golf, Indoor/Outdoor Track, Basketball, Wrestling, Ice Hockey, Swimming, Softball, Baseball and Tennis. The Scots have had a very strong sports record, most notably the Cross Country, Field Hockey, Basketball and Football teams. One consistently strong team is football. The program won four state championships in five years, capturing the Class A Maine State Championships in 2004, 2005, 2007, and 2008. The team was undefeated in the 2004 and 2007 seasons. Their most recent title win came in 2013 against an undefeated Cheverus team.[citation needed] Bonny Eagle also is home to many clubs and organizations, which a large portion of the student body is a part of. These activities include National Honor Society, Key club, Robotics Team, Outing Club, Kindness Team, GSTA Club, FACS, International Club, Mock Trial, Model UN, Newspaper, and various other activities.

Notable alumni[edit]

2009 national news[edit]

In 2009, the Maine School Administrative District #6 Superintendent Suzanne Lukas signally denied a graduating senior his diploma for bowing and blowing a kiss to his mother as he went up to the stage.[3][4]

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