Health and Physical Education

Carly Arpaio

Physical Education Faculty
B.S., Physical Education, CUNY Queens College. M.A. in Adapted Physical Education, Adelphi University. Physical Education Teacher at BHSEC, 2013-present. 
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2222

Thomas McVeigh 

Physical Education and Health Faculty 
B.S., Physical Education, SUNY Cortland; M.S.Ed., Students with Disabilities in Adolescent Education, The City College of New York; Physical Education and Special Education Teacher at Manhattan Academy for Arts and Language, 2010-2012. 
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2222  

Kyle Novak

Athletic Director
B.A., History, Hofstra University; M.A., Social Studies Education, Hofstra University. Teaching interests include early American History, major global conflicts in the 20th century and the role of climate change in natural disasters. 


Drew Miller

Health Education Faculty
B.S. Health Education and Physical Education, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania; M.Ed. Human Sexuality Education Candidate, Widener University. Has experience teaching physical education and health education in both rural and urban settings. His teaching and research interests include K-12 sexuality education, affective learning, LGBTQ safety and inclusivity, and holistic health education. As a part of BHSEC, Mr. Miller and the ninth grade class of 2018 were the first school in the country to pilot “Safety First: Real Drug Education for High School Students”, a harm-reduction curriculum.  

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