The district recently hosted its fifth annual art exhibition “STEAM” at the Elmont Public Library from April 3-28.
H. Frank Carey High School senior Maira Khan represented her school and country at the International Sustainable World Engineering Energy Environment Project Olympiad (ISWEEEP) at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas in early May.
Students across the Sewanhaka High School English Department competed in the National Council of Teachers of English writing competitions this spring.
H. Frank Carey Italian teacher JoAnn Molino was honored with the KJOY 98.3 Teacher Who Lights up the Room Award.
Seventh-grade Sewanhaka High School students in Ms. Diane Ventura’s social studies classes paid tribute to the country’s famous forefathers and mothers by creating a cemetery and monuments in their honor.
H. Frank Carey High School ninth- and 10th- grade science research students attended the 15th annual Molloy College Science Fair.
Students in Bryan DiScala, Katie Kaspar and Scott Colvin's classes conducted a role-play as a culminating activity to their unit on the Memoir “Warriors Don't Cry.”
The H. Frank Carey Art Department is pleased to announce junior Thomas Raggio as the first-place winner in this year's eSchoolData Login Page Art Contest.
For the second consecutive year, the writers, reporters and editors of The Elmont Phoenix Newspaper Club earned the title of Best High School Newspaper by The Press Club of Long Island.
Elmont Memorial’s Always a Better Choice Committee honors students who perform good deeds each and every day.
H. Frank Carey High School’s 2017 Teacher of the Year is a true exemplar of outstanding teaching. A member of the Carey family for 18 years, Mrs. Antonia Healy is truly loved and respected by her students and colleagues alike.
Floral Park Memorial’s lacrosse program is happy and proud to recognize student-athletes who have signed to play lacrosse in college
The PTSA at Floral Park Memorial hosted an incredible breakfast for the faculty and staff on May 3 for Staff Appreciation Day.
New Hyde Park Memorial sophomores from Angela Stone’s Science Research class took part in Northwell Health-Feinstein Institute for Medical Research’s 2017 Medical Marvels competition.
Floral Park Memorial’s PTSA and members of the English department held a poetry coffeehouse to honor the winners of the annual PTSA Reflections contest on April 25.
Seniors and juniors in New Hyde Park Memorial’s Italian Club traveled to Italy in April.
The annual World Languages National Honor Society Induction Dinner of Sewanhaka High School was held on April 20 at the Inn at New Hyde Park.
Congratulations to Sewanhaka High School seniors Alyssa Molai and Kristen Wiederhold, who were both awarded third place in Floral Park Women's Club writing contest.
The Academy of Finance hosted its fifth annual Advisory Board Mentoring Day for the AoF Class of 2018. Since 1988, New Hyde Park Memorial has been the home of this highly successful district program of excellence.
Floral Park Memorial eighth-grader Hammad Izhar has advanced to the New York State Science Congress competition. Hammad is one of only 13 students from Long Island who is proceeding to this level.
New Hyde Park Memorial students Aisha Abdelhamid, Nathan Edwards, Christina Jacob, Ramsha Shoaib, Melvin Thomas and Grant Wong were named winners in the Martin J. Kelly Writing Contest of the Irish Cultural Society.
The Academy of Finance Class of 2021 visited the Microsoft Store at Walt Whitman Mall on April 26 to participate in a day of job shadowing.
Six talented students from Sewanhaka High School were honored in the Martin J. Kelly Writing Contest of the Irish Cultural Society.
New Hyde Park Memorial senior Sarah Jivraj and juniors Barbara Baker and Veronica Solis set off for Rochester, New York and the FBLA State Leadership Conference in April.
Elmont Memorial held its annual Science EXPO on March 29. Students participated in a range of hands-on activities such as DNA Extraction, Hovercraft, Slime Central and 10,000 Leagues under the Sea.
Thirty district students recently competed at the New York State SkillsUSA Leadership Conference in Syracuse, New York.
Young women from New Hyde Park Memorial’s FBLA participated in the National Grid/Junior Achievement Women’s Leadership Conference at National Grid’s Technical Training Center in Melville.
H. Frank Carey High School is proud to announce that freshman Anthony LoRe has been recruited by the New Hampshire Northern Cyclones Tier 1 National Junior Ice Hockey Team as a full season billet player.
Members of Sewanhaka High School’s Green Club got an early start for Earth Day.
Floral Park Memorial’s National Junior Honor Society sponsored a clothing drive for Dress for Success in recognition of Women's History Month.
Sewanhaka’s Science National Honor Society held its Induction Night on April 26.
Approximately 100 New Hyde Park Memorial students in grades nine through 12, volunteered to participate in the American Mathematics Competition. The purpose of these exams, sponsored by the Mathematics Association of America, is to promote problem-solving skills, identify talent and foster a love of mathematics.
H. Frank Carey recently launched its “Carey Coaches” program with a team of 18 junior high students, who are now receiving extensive training from Apple learning specialists to help them become experts with the iPad Air 2.
Floral Park Memorial students joined members of the Rotary Club of Floral Park-Bellerose to pack 10,224 meals for local people in need.
The verdict is in!
The academic accomplishments of students from Elmont Memorial, Floral Park Memorial, H. Frank Carey, New Hyde Park Memorial and Sewanhaka high schools were recognized at the district’s annual Achievement Awards Night on April 25.
Thirty-two students from Floral Park Memorial participated in the Junior Achievement High School Hero Program at Floral Park Bellerose Elementary School on April 20.