School Colors: Orange & Blue
What is a Commodore?
A Commodore is a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a captain and below a rear admiral
Helmet "B" Decal
Tradition Started: 2008 Season
Big Apple Games
For 5-Weeks during the summer months, our program hosts the Public School Athletic Leagues Big Apple Games, for the Northeast Region of Queens. During the Games, players will compete in vigorous football conditioning workouts, football specific training, and team specific offense and defense instruction. A player of the day and an overall player of the summer concludes each practice and the summer.
2015-Big Apple Player of the Summer-Jamel Hughes
Off-Season Weight Training
Tradition Started: December 2007
During the off-season, and on specific days in-season, the team will condition together. The program is designed to improve speed, quickness, and leaping ability
Program Started: September 2010
Tradition Started: Fall 2007
In 2005, our program was fortunate enough to become apart of the Play-It-Smart program; which is an educational program of the National Football Foundation and the College Football Hall of Fame. Players attend team study sessions, individual study sessions, and meetings with the team’s Academic Coach. The program has a success rate of sending 87% of the participants to college.
Tradition started: 2004
High School Player Development- (HSPD)
Currently, our Commodores play in a Queens All-Star game, called the Q35, which was stared in 2011. The boro is divided into north and south. Prior to the Q35, our senior all-stars from Queens play an all-star team from Staten Island in honor of the late Fred Fugazzi, the week after the PSAL championship. Bayside traditionally sent more than half their senior class to the game.
Commodores & The Media
Tradition Started: 2006
Tradition Started: Spring 2008
Tradition Started: Off-Season 2008
Commodore Corners Newsletter
Tradition Started:Fall 2006