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High School – Grades 9-12



Christopher Richardt


Asst. Principal
Alexandra Greenberg, Ed.D
Main Office: (631) 723-2110
Fax: (631) 723-2120
Attendance: (631) 723-2110 Ext.3200
Nurse: (631) 723-2110 Ext. 3202
Guidance:(631) 723-2110 Ext. 3144
Athletics: (631) 723-2110 Ext. 3201

88 East Argonne Road
Hampton Bays, NY 11946-1735

Hours: 7:35-2:12, children should not be dropped off before 7:00 AM.


Letters & Notices 

    Dear parents and guardians of juniors and sophomores,
    Please note that we are administering PSAT to all 11th graders on 10/13 and all 10th graders on 10/26. The test will take place during the school day, and it is free of charge. Students are to report to school during the usual school hours and will be directed to their testing locations. At the conclusion of the testing, students will be given a lunch break in the designated areas and will resume their classroom instruction for the rest of the school day. All 11th graders have already received their testing guides, and 10th graders will receive the guides sometime next week. Please encourage your children to take the practice test that is provided with the guide. Furthermore, I am enclosing a link letter that Mr. Richardt sent in August, providing parents with information for the Method Test Prep setup. All students are encouraged to use the program in order to prepare for PSAT, SAT, and ACT examinations. Note that the original plan of administering PSAT to both grades on 10/13 has changed due to our space limitations, and we pivoted to two testing days option. let me know if you have any questions.


Kicks for Cancer

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The Hampton Bays High School varsity soccer team raised $1,200 through the annual Kicks for Cancer Pink Soccer game, held Oct. 6. The athletes raised the funds through a raffle. All of the funds raised will be donated to the DezyStrong Foundation, which provides the opportunity for individuals who are fighting cancer on Long Island “to have access to support that affects a positive mental-well being.”

Trade Students Earn Scholarships

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Five students from the Hampton Bays School District, who are enrolled in Eastern Suffolk BOCES career and technical education programs this school year, were recently presented with scholarships from the Southampton Business Alliance.

The scholarships will help defray the out-of-pocket cost of tools and other gear the students are required to supply for their future studies in the building trades, specifically carpentry, HVAC, plumbing and heating, and electrical.

This is the third year that the SBA has provided scholarships with a goal to help build a pipeline of skilled workers on the East End of Long Island.

The Hampton Bays School District extends its congratulations to the following students:

Kevin Aguilar, Electrical
Matthew Drake, Plumbing and Heating
Raymond Drake, Plumbing and Heating
Steven Japa Idrovo, Plumbing and Heating
Noah Thompson, Electrical

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