250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701
Phone Number: 631-565-6100
Grades: 10-12

Acting Principal: Dr. Lois Etzel
Associate Principal: Paul Pontieri
Assistant Principal: Ms. Donna De Freitas
Dean of Students: Mr. John Cardone
Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 2:26 p.m.








Current News

Exemplary Pair Leads Class of 2017

Exemplary Pair Leads Class of 2017 Photo
Amityville Memorial High School has announced the valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2017. Esteban Idrovo Ponce has achieved the top ranking with a weighted grade point average of 112.13, and Lawrence Haave earned the second spot in the class with a GPA of 106.45.

Esteban, who plans to major in physics in college, is parliamentarian of the National Honor Society, vice president of the National World Language Honor Society, president of the Key Club and treasurer of the Drama Club. He has also been an active member of student government, the Debate Club, the Puerto Rican Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute, Mathletes and the track and field team while serving as a tutor and a volunteer with the Amityville Fire Department. 

Lawrence, also planning to pursue a career in physics, is president of the National Honor Society, vice president of the Drama Club, past president of the Key Club and a member of WAC PAC, the National World Language Honor Society and student government. He is a founder of AVTV, a film-creating club at the school, and has also volunteered his time as a tutor.

Both seniors are enrolled in the district’s science research program, and are participating in research internships at Farmingdale State College. Esteban has been working with several complex software programs, while Lawrence is working with computer programming languages and studying data from active satellites to learn about massive galaxy clusters. 

“Esteban and Lawrence have demonstrated exemplary leadership skills at Amityville Memorial High School,” said Acting Principal Dr. Lois Etzel. “We congratulate them on their achievements, both inside and outside of the classroom, and are proud to have them representing the Class of 2017.”

Boys Track Teams Makes its Mark

The Amityville Union Free School District congratulates the boys varsity track team for its accomplishments at the New Balance Nationals on March 12. The 800-meter relay team of Terrance Hinds, Jowell Dixon, Emmanuel Oguntoye and Kerron Gonzales placed sixth in the Emerging Elite.

Emmanuel capped off an amazing season by competing in the championship triple jump and placing fifth in the United States to earn the title of All-American. He is the only track athlete in Suffolk over the past 30 years that held the New York State No. 1 ranking the entire season and capped it off with the state title.

The team, which won the county championship and had several students compete at the state meet, was coached by Reynolds Hawkins. He was recently named the Suffolk County coach of the year.

‘Addams Family’ Coming to AMHS Stage

‘Addams Family’ Coming to AMHS Stage
They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, and they’ll be appearing the Amityville Memorial High School stage this coming weekend. The Drama Club presents “The Addams Family” the musical from March 17-19.

Seniors Esteban Idrovo and Lawrence Haave will share the role of Gomez Addams. Meghan Jacobsen stars as his wife, Morticia, with Lena Vazquez and Carlos Vazquez playing their children, Wednesday and Pugsley. Other leading roles include Tyler Corbisiero as Uncle Fester, Trinity Tobin as Grandma Addams and Jacob Marrero as Lurch. The play is directed by Melissa Asbell.

Show times are Friday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 18 at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, March 19 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $5 each.

Meet the Top 25 of the Class of 2017

Amityville Memorial High School has announced the top 25 graduates of the Class of 2017, including the valedictorian and salutatorian. The students spoke about their college plans, and what they will miss most about high school. Click here to view a video on the Top 25.

Winning Is Their Business

Winning Is Their Business
Four aspiring business leaders will represent Amityville High School at the Distributive Education Club of America’s upcoming state competition.

Seniors Elvis Amaya, Kevin Barrios and Aaron Mathurin, and junior Ana Candia placed at the Suffolk County regional competition on Jan. 4 at Suffolk County Community College. Elvis will continue on in the public speaking category and his topic at the state competition will be, “How will you use DECA to shape the future?” Ana and Kevin are competing together in the buying and merchandising marketing event and Aaron’s category is business management and administration.

DECA is a nationwide, business-themed organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. This is the second year of the chapter at Amityville Memorial High School. The winners, under adviser Matthew Tomasi, will compete against students from across New York at the state championship in Rochester from March 7-10.

“If they want to pursue a career in business, this is a great opportunity,” Mr. Tomasi said. “Participation in DECA gives them a chance to see what makes a business successful.”

Tuesday, March 28, 2017