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Amityville Memorial High School

Address: 250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701
Main Office: (631) 565-6100             
Principal: Ms. Mary Stephens
Asst. Principal: Dr. John Cardone
Acting Asst. Principal: Mr. Kenneth Coard
Acting Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
School Hours: 7:10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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Amityville High School’s Marching Band Performs in Regional Festival

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On Oct. 18, the Amityville Memorial High School marching band performed their halftime show, "Music by Powerhouse Female Musicians," at the annual Newsday Marching Band Festival.

This regional marching band showcase, which featured marching bands from Nassau and Suffolk counties, was held at the Mitchel Field Athletic Complex in Uniondale.

The Amityville Union Free School District congratulates all of the students in the high school marching band, the drum major, Donovan Graham McRae; the assistant drum majors, Sydni Blake and Tashaune Newman; their teacher, Anthony Abate; and their assistant, Mike Bonasera on this noteworthy accomplishment.

Please visit this page to view photos from their performance:

Date Added: 11/15/2022

Celebrating National French Week at Amityville Memorial High School

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On Nov. 2, the World Language Honor Society at Amityville Memorial High School hosted its third annual National French Week Celebration in the school’s cafeteria.

This weeklong celebration of all things French takes place in schools and communities across the U.S. from Nov. 3-9. National French Week welcomes all who are interested in learning about all the reasons to learn French.

The event was attended by parents, students, teachers, staff members and administrators from both Amityville Memorial High School and Edmund W. Miles Middle School.

Date Added: 11/9/2022

Celebrating Amityville Pride at Homecoming

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After being postponed due to inclement weather, Amityville Memorial High School was excited to hold its homecoming parade on Oct. 22.

Led by the high school’s marching band, the parade included school administrators, board members, faculty, local elected officials, cheerleaders, and students from various Amityville schools. Marchers started their journey at the LIRR Amityville station and paraded down the local streets as onlookers cheered. Students dressed up and floats were decorated to represent this year’s theme of cartoon shows.

Parents and supportive community members were also in attendance as they watched the group march down Broadway through the heart of the Village of Amityville all the way to the high school.

Date Added: 10/25/2022

Amityville Memorial High School students tour HBCU programs

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Students from Amityville Memorial High School recently visited seven schools in North Carolina during the school’s annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour.

Track and field coach Reynolds Hawkins, high school Dean of Students Natasha Lim, Guidance Director Dr. Stephanie Thomas, and high school teacher Nakia Williams accompanied 33 high school students on the annual college tour. During tours of the campuses, students learned about admissions requirements, academic programs, extracurricular activities and sports, residential life, scholarship opportunities and tuition and fees. They interacted with current college students and experienced the culture of each campus. Students also had the opportunity to visit the International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro.

“I always put some sort of historical twist into this tour,” said Hawkins, who helped to launch the program 15 years ago.

Hawkins, who was then a social worker at the high school, pitched the idea about the program to the district’s administrators as an initiative to keep students actively involved. “We’re the only high school on Long Island to have a tour exclusively for HBCU schools,” Hawkins said. “As an Amityville graduate and an HBCU graduate, this was a great opportunity for me to show students that there are other places to go outside of New York.”

This year, students also visited Duke University and Queens University of Charlotte. At Duke, students met with former Athletic Director Kevin White, who is an Amityville Memorial High School graduate. At Queens University, the group met with President Daniel Lugo, also an Amityville graduate.

“I want these kids to see people that have gone through the same route that they have and realize that they can accomplish great things as well,” Hawkins said.

More than 90% of the high school students who took part in this tour have attended college, according to Hawkins. “I’d like to thank the district for supporting this program and financing the annual trip through the years,” Hawkins said. “The feedback from the kids, the parents and the community have all been positive, so I hope that we can continue this program beyond my time here in Amityville.”

Date Added: 10/13/2022

Sunday, November 27, 2022