Bay Port High School

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Bay Port High School
2700 Lineville Road
Suamico, Wisconsin
United States
Coordinates 44°35′41″N 88°5′26″W / 44.59472°N 88.09056°W / 44.59472; -88.09056Coordinates: 44°35′41″N 88°5′26″W / 44.59472°N 88.09056°W / 44.59472; -88.09056
Type Public
Established 1963
School district Howard-Suamico
Principal Mike Frieder
Grades 9-12
Enrollment approx. 1,800

Navy Columbia Blue and White

Mascot Pirate
Yearbook The Anchor

Bay Port High School is a public high school in the Howard-Suamico School District in Wisconsin. Its enrollment for the 2006-2007 school year was approximately 1,675.

The school colors are navy blue, Columbia blue and white. Bay Port's mascot is a pirate, with an eye patch over one eye, and a sword clenched in his teeth. He also wears a pirate hat with a skull and crossbones.


Founded in 1963, Bay Port High School had a graduating class of 30 in 1964. In 2000, Bay Port moved from its original location in Howard, Wisconsin to its new home in Suamico, Wisconsin.


Bay Port offers advanced placement courses and the International Baccalaureate curriculum, as well as an iAcademy offering online courses. The school houses film labs, art studios, and a greenhouse, an athletic field, and performing arts wings. Graduation is held in early June with a ceremony in the fieldhouse.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Bay Port's student newspaper is The Portside and its yearbook is The Anchor. Both are published by students with the advising of teachers and staff.

Bay Port has several school traditions, including the annual Homecoming week with daily class competitions. The school also sponsors several formal dances for students such as Homecoming, the Snow Ball, Junior Prom, and Senior Ball.

Performing arts[edit]

Bay Port students perform a play every fall and a musical every spring, and its One-Act Play was the first to reach the state-level competition five consecutive years. Bay Port offers choral, band, and orchestral opportunities.


The campus grounds include a track, football field, several soccer fields, baseball diamonds, batting cages, practice fields, a fieldhouse, weight room, and training facilities. Competing in the Fox River Classic Conference, Bay Port has boys' and girls' teams for football, cross-country, soccer, swimming, tennis, basketball, wrestling, baseball, bowling, golf, hockey, lacrosse (boys only), softball, and track and field.

Academic teams[edit]

Bay Port hosts academic teams in mathematics, literature, and science. The school participates in Academic Decathlon. The Bay Port Academic Decathlon team won the regional competition in 2017.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]


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