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250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701hs
Phone Number: 631-565-6100
Grades: 9-12

Principal: Mr. Edward Plaia
Acting Assistant Principal: Dr. John Cardone

Assistant Principal: Mr. Brian Suckle
Acting Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
Hours: 7:10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Oportunidades de Financiamiento Para Estudiantes

Funding Opportunities for undocumented students: The New York State Dream Act

Presenter: Diana Castillo, UnLocal, Inc.
Date/Time: 10/19/21,  6:30pm-7:30pm
Location: Zoom


This workshop is for students and their parents, and will be presented in Spanish. 

Take the FEAR out of FAFSA: Thursday, October 28, 7:00 PM EST

Join Joshua Streich and his colleagues from the Office of Financial Aid at

Stony Brook University, to learn more about how to apply for financial aid

and the different types of aid students may be eligible for. Together we will

demystify this (not so) scary process.

Click Here To Enroll

High School Dual Enrollment Informational Meeting 10/14/2021 6 PM

*Meeting link: *

Join by phone
(US) +1 402-295-5175
PIN: 973 743 634#

Higher Education Student Assistance Authority Virtual FAFSA Event 
Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 at 6 PM

Senior FA Presentation - English

Senior FA Presentation - Spanish

FAFSA Completion Workshops

Back to School Night Letter 2021 – English

Back to School Night Letter 2021 – Spanish

APTC Fall Apparel Flyer 2021-2022


Amityville Memorial HS Parking


9th Grade Orientation Letter 8/19/21


AMHS Graduation Livestream - June 26 at 10 a.m.


AMHS Summer School Information


AMHS Graduation Plans – June 26 at 10 a.m.


Blood Drive Information Flyer
Blood Drive Parental Permission Notice


AMHS June 2021 Regents Letter


AMHS Graduation Update: English/Español


AMHS Parent Conference Letter
Parent Teacher Conference Links


Spring Virtual College Fairs


Island Harvest Food Pantry at EWMMS


Virtual Transition Night (English)

Virtual Transition Night (Español)


Virtual College Financial Aid Workshop – December 1


Key Club Online Food Drive 2020


Apparel Fundraiser


AMHS Remote Learning Protocols and Etiquette


Title I Meeting Presentation 2020 in Spanish



**Letter from Principal Re: Learning Plan During School Closure**


**Important: High School Bus Schedule and Stops**




National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Premieres: Thursday, April 15 @ 7 p.m.

Watch it here:


2020-2021 Bell Schedule


AMHS January Remote Learning Letter


PSAT/NMSQT January Exam Letter


Financial Aid Presentations:

Understanding Financial Aid Offers and Resources

Types of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Application Process


Free Financial Aid Workshops 2020-2021


Important Information Regarding 2020/2021 SATs
AMHS Newspaper: ECHO

AMHS Literary Magazine: EXPRESSIONS



Senior Week Presentations


Current News

Amityville Memorial High School’s Student Publishes First Book

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Terrone Michael Fearon

(September 2021)Read all about it! Amityville Memorial High School sophomore Terrone Michael Fearon, referred to by many as “TJ”, published his first book earlier this year in March 2021. Terrone grew up in Hempstead and moved to Amityville in 2014 and has been an asset to the District ever since. The work for which he received publication is titled “Genesis: The Beginning” referring to the start of something new for the author.

“I am incredibly proud of Terrone and all his accomplishments. I know Terrone will continue to do great things and make our school proud,” said Mr. Edward Plaia, the Principal of Amityville Memorial High School. “It’s so great to see our students strive to their full potential and go out of their comfort zone to do something as awesome as publishing a book.”

The book is about a 12-year-old boy named Joshua Stevens. He discovers something about himself that puts him in danger on the first day of school that changes his life forever. Throughout his harrowing tale, Joshua finds help from friends, both old and new, which leads to  Joshua and his friends facing challenges together. 

“I am only 15 years old and accomplished this big achievement. This shows no matter what age you’re at you can do anything you dream of doing,” said Terrone.“You just have to stop thinking and just do it. Never give up on your dreams and be confident in yourself because you all can do it. I am looking forward to my journey as an author and glad that I will have all of my family and friends here through this journey with me.”

Terrone’s work was inspired by the television shows and comic books he has watched and read over the years.  Joshua’s love of comic books and television translated into his passion for writing. This passion, combined with his literary abilities, was the catalyst for him deciding to write his own, original work.  Terrone began work on his book during his freshman year.  He worked tirelessly to develop characters and a plot that resonated with him which ultimately turned into a book worthy of being published! 

Club Day Photos 2021-22

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On Tuesday, September 21st all students in the school visited our gymnasium for Club Day. Students met our extracurricular activities advisors. Students signed up for numerous clubs, learned about honor societies, received applications for our Black College and Universities tour, and more! This was a great day for students to sign up to get involved in extra-curricular activities!"


Thursday, October 21, 2021