Binghamton High School

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Binghamton High School, a combined high school of the previous Binghamton North High School and Binghamton Central High School, is a large public high school located in the center of Binghamton, New York.wikipedia
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Binghamton, New York

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Binghamton High School, a combined high school of the previous Binghamton North High School and Binghamton Central High School, is a large public high school located in the center of Binghamton, New York.
The district consists of Binghamton High School, two middle schools, and seven elementary schools.

Rod Serling

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The school is named after the screenwriter and creator of The Twilight Zone series, Rod Serling, who is a graduate of Binghamton (Central) High School.
However, the United States was involved in World War II at the time, and Serling decided to enlist rather than start college immediately after he graduated from Binghamton Central High School in 1943.

King Rice

King Rice - Former North Carolina Basketball player, current head men's basketball coach at Monmouth University.
He is a native of Binghamton, New York, where he attended Binghamton High School from 1983-1987, and helped lead the basketball team to two state championships.

Billy Gabor

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Billy Gabor - Former point guard at Syracuse University and later professionally with the Syracuse Nationals.

Secondary school

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Binghamton High School, a combined high school of the previous Binghamton North High School and Binghamton Central High School, is a large public high school located in the center of Binghamton, New York.

New York (state)

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Binghamton High School, a combined high school of the previous Binghamton North High School and Binghamton Central High School, is a large public high school located in the center of Binghamton, New York.

Patriot (American Revolution)

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The mascot for Binghamton High School is a Patriot named Patrick who wears a signature tri-cornered hat.

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The mascot for Binghamton High School is a Patriot named Patrick who wears a signature tri-cornered hat.

Advanced Placement

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Binghamton High School offers fourteen Advanced Placement (AP) exams, in addition to classes which focus primarily on passing the Regents Examinations administered by the New York State Department of Education.

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Binghamton High School offers fourteen Advanced Placement (AP) exams, in addition to classes which focus primarily on passing the Regents Examinations administered by the New York State Department of Education.

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Binghamton High School offers fourteen Advanced Placement (AP) exams, in addition to classes which focus primarily on passing the Regents Examinations administered by the New York State Department of Education.

International Baccalaureate

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In 1997, Binghamton High School became the third high school in New York to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.

Visual arts

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The Rod Serling School of Fine Arts offers the opportunity to major in visual art, music, theater and dance.

Music

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The Rod Serling School of Fine Arts offers the opportunity to major in visual art, music, theater and dance.

Theatre

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The Rod Serling School of Fine Arts offers the opportunity to major in visual art, music, theater and dance.

Dance

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The Rod Serling School of Fine Arts offers the opportunity to major in visual art, music, theater and dance.

Screenwriter

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The school is named after the screenwriter and creator of The Twilight Zone series, Rod Serling, who is a graduate of Binghamton (Central) High School.

The Twilight Zone

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The school is named after the screenwriter and creator of The Twilight Zone series, Rod Serling, who is a graduate of Binghamton (Central) High School.

Basketball

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Binghamton High School offers many programs for athletics, including men's and women's basketball teams and also a football team.

American football

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Binghamton High School offers many programs for athletics, including men's and women's basketball teams and also a football team.

Track and field

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The boys' track & field team won a divisional title in 2011.

Newsweek

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On the Newsweek's list of the "Best High Schools in America" for 2007, Binghamton High School was ranked #481 out of approximately 1,200 top high schools in the United States, based on the number of participants in AP and IB courses.

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On the Newsweek's list of the "Best High Schools in America" for 2007, Binghamton High School was ranked #481 out of approximately 1,200 top high schools in the United States, based on the number of participants in AP and IB courses.

Steelpan

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Binghamton High School has one of very few high school-level steel drum bands in the United States.