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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
Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
School Hours: 7:10 a.m.‑2:00 p.m.

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Amityville Memorial High School’s Class of 2024 soar to new heights

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There was a sea of red caps and gowns as Amityville Memorial High School’s Class of 2024 held their commencement ceremony at Lou Howard Field on June 27.

During the ceremony, hundreds of graduates received diplomas and commendations for their hard work and dedication to their education and achievements. Valedictorian Margaret Catron and Salutatorian Amin Shah addressed their fellow graduates and talked about the importance of setting and achieving goals.

“It’s extremely important to set goals for yourself no matter how big or small those goals may seem,” Catron said. “The value of a goal comes not from the achievement of the goal, but from the work that is put in to achieving it. It is my hope everyone here will learn to appreciate the journey just a little bit more.”

“I don’t expect for you to go work for NASA and find the next habitable planet for us, but I do expect this class to be able to bring the change that past generations have failed to achieve,” Shah said. “This generation is made up of some of the most intelligent, hardworking, talented and caring people that will grace humanity.”

Also addressing the graduates were Amityville Memorial High School Principal Ms. Mary Stephens, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gina Talbert, Class President Derrick Prince and Board of Education First Vice President Jeannette Santos.

“In the past year, I’ve had the privilege of witnessing the extraordinary leadership within this senior class,” Dr. Talbert said. “Your passion for excellence, your empathy towards one another, and your unyielding spirit have left an indelible mark on our school. You’ve shown that leadership isn’t about titles or positions, but it’s about action, integrity and the desire to make a difference.”

The district congratulates all members of the Class of 2024 and wishes them luck and happiness as they embrace the next step in life!


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1-4: There was a sea of red caps and gowns as Amityville Memorial High School’s Class of 2024 held their commencement ceremony at Lou Howard Field on June 27.

5: Valedictorian Margaret Catron addressed her fellow graduates and reflected on her journey at Amityville Memorial High School.

6: Salutatorian Amin Shah also spoke about her journey at Amityville Memorial High School.

7: Class President Derrick Prince talked about his growth at Amityville Memorial High School.

8-10: Graduates from the Class of 2024 walked proudly with their high school diplomas.

11: Christhian Cruz Meraz was recognized for his decision to serve the country as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps.

12: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gina Talbert recited a poem that she wrote for the Class of 2024.

13: Amityville Memorial High School Principal Ms. Mary Stephens referenced the song, “The Greatest Love of All,” written by Linda Creed.

Photos courtesy of Amityville Union Free School District

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Date Added: 6/28/2024

Amityville Memorial High School’s annual Senior Awards Ceremony

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On June 3, dozens of scholars were honored for their excellence in academics during Amityville Memorial High School’s annual Senior Awards Ceremony.

District administrators, staff members and parents filled the high school’s auditorium to celebrate all of the accomplishments from students in the Class of 2024.

“They have been positive role models for the school community and have exhibited true school spirit countless times during the course of the year,” said high school Principal Ms. Mary Stephens. “Their outstanding achievements in academics, athletics and community service are the reason we are here today.”

The Amityville School District congratulates all of the scholars who were recognized at this year’s Senior Awards Ceremony.

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Date Added: 6/13/2024

Interact Club unveils Peace Pole at Amityville Memorial High School

On June 3, the Interact Club at Amityville Memorial High School unveiled their Peace Pole at the school’s front lawn. thumbnail259176
On June 3, the Interact Club at Amityville Memorial High School unveiled their Peace Pole at the school’s front lawn. thumbnail259177
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On June 3, the Interact Club at Amityville Memorial High School unveiled their Peace Pole at the school’s front lawn.

District administrators and the Amityville Rotary Club joined students in the dedication ceremony. A Peace Pole is an internationally-recognized symbol of the hopes and dreams of the entire human family, standing vigil in silent prayer for peace on earth. The high school’s Peace Pole bears the message, “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” in eight different languages on each of its four sides to recognize the diversity in the school community. There are more than 250,000 Peace Poles in the world dedicated as monuments to peace.

The Interact Club raised funds for the Peace Pole during the holiday season. The pole now serves as a place for the school community to come together as one and recognize that Amityville stands for peace.

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1-2: On June 3, the Interact Club at Amityville Memorial High School unveiled their Peace Pole at the school’s front lawn.
3: The Amityville Rotary Club led a Peace Pole dedication prayer.
4: District administrators and the Amityville Rotary Club joined students in the dedication ceremony.

Photos courtesy of the Amityville Union Free School District

Date Added: 6/4/2024

Amityville celebrates 21st-century learning during STREAM Night

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On May 13, the Amityville School District held its annual STREAM Night celebration for students from grades pre-K-5.

The celebration was held at Amityville Memorial High School’s gymnasium and cafeteria in which students enjoyed the wonders of 21st-century learning. Along with their families, students explored the burgeoning disciplines of science, technology, robotics, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

Additionally, members of the National Junior Honor Society set up different stations throughout the gymnasium as students participated in a variety of activities such as a cup pyramid challenge, a pipe cleaner tower challenge, a slime bar, KEVA planks and more.

Photo caption: 1-13: On May 13, the Amityville School District held its annual STREAM Night celebration for students from grades pre-K-5 at Amityville Memorial High School.

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Date Added: 5/14/2024