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High School – Grades 9-12

 


Principal

Christopher Richardt

 

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Asst. Principal
Michael R. Morgan
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.

 

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Important Information for the Class of 2022

 

 

News

Congrats to the Class of 2022

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The members of the Hampton Bays Class of 2022 received their diplomas at a traditional commencement ceremony on June 25 under a tent on the high school’s athletic field.

Several speakers took the podium during the ceremony to congratulate the class and offer advice for the future, including Superintendent of Schools Lars Clemensen and high school Principal Christopher Richardt. Also addressing the graduates were Class of 2022 valedictorian Kristina Georges and salutatorian Lily Simpson-Heavey. The pair reflected on their years in the school district and wished their classmates well.


Date Added: 6/28/2022

Cheers for the Class of ’22

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Members of Hampton Bays High School’s Class of 2022 visited Hampton Bays middle and elementary schools for a final farewell in the form of a traditional graduation walk-through on June 21. Adorning graduation caps, the seniors walked the halls one last time as the schools’ students and staff clapped and shouted words of congratulations.

Date Added: 6/24/2022

Hampton Bays 2022 Valedictorian Recognized

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Hampton Bays High School valedictorian Kristina Georges was among those honored at The Suffolk County School Superintendents Association’s 28th annual Valedictorians Luncheon at Villa Lombardi’s in Holbrook. The tradition, established by SCSSA, honored the enviable accomplishments of the county’s highest-achieving graduates from the Class of 2022 and was attended by school district superintendents, high school principals, valedictorians and their parents.

SCSSA President Dr. Yiendhy Farrelly noted that the honored valedictorians faced countless challenges and programmatic and instructional changes beyond their control, but still maintained their focus, determination and drive. “You clearly recognize that how you respond to life’s challenges and difficult paths is within your control,” Dr. Farrelly said.

Guest speaker Dr. Errol D. Toulon Jr., Suffolk County’s 67th sheriff and the county’s first African American to be elected to a nonjudicial countywide office, described the valedictorians as innovative and nimble when it comes to change. He also urged the students not to compare themselves on social media, pointing out that comparison is the thief of joy.

The valedictorians were then called up onto the stage one-by-one by SCSSA President-Elect James Polansky and were accompanied by their district’s superintendent of schools and high school principal to receive a commemorative plaque. To the valedictorians, Mr. Polansky acknowledged that good things occur around them every day and that it is easy to focus on the negative.

“You represent countless rays of hope and promise that the next generation will, indeed, make its mark in a tremendously positive manner as you pursue your interests and strive to reach your goals,” Mr. Polansky said.

Date Added: 6/10/2022

Hampton Bays Track Stars Head to State Qualifiers

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Three Hampton Bays High School girls track stars are heading to state qualifiers after earning All-County status at the Suffolk County C Championships.

Pole vaulter Maizie Poulakis won the county championship with a personal best jump of 9 feet, 3 inches. For discus, Asha Pensa won with a personal best throw of 110 feet, 8 inches. Runner Bryona Hayes placed third overall in the 400-meter dash with a personal best time of 62.02.

The Hampton Bays School District congratulates each of these athletes on their successes.

Date Added: 6/1/2022

Learning About Plants

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Hampton Bays High School welcomed prekindergartners in the Just for Kids program to the school’s greenhouse on May 26 to support its gardening unit. Led by high school science teacher Dr. Stephanie Forsberg, the students observed and learned about the resident banana plant, lemon tree, and snake and aloe plants. They also brought some plants back to their classroom to tend and grow roots hydroponically. “Hampton Bays is going to have some amazing gardens in the years to come as these budding botanists continue to grow and learn,” said Forsberg.

Date Added: 5/31/2022

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