Bristol Eastern High School
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|Bristol Eastern High School|
|632 King Street
Bristol, CT 06010
|Motto||"We are committed to Excellence"|
|Principal||Dr. Steve Wysowski|
|Vice principal||Ms. Carly Fortin|
|Vice principal||Mr. Paul Muska|
|Blue and Grey
Bristol Eastern High School is a public high school in Bristol, Connecticut, USA which was opened in 1959. It has an enrollment of 1,354 students in grades 9-12. The main head (principal) of the school, as of 2010, is Dr. Steve Wysowski. They have excelled in athletics in the 2010 fall season with the football team finishing their season 9-2, losing their second loss in the quarter final round of the Class L state championship to Masuk, champion of the division. It's mascot is the Lancer and its colors are blue and gray.
- List of Blue Ribbon Schools, schools recognized 1982-1983 through 1999-2002.
-  Bristol Eastern High School Web site
-  Bristol Eastern High School "Strategic School Profile 2005-2006" from state Department of Education
-  School's main Web page at Great Schools Web site