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


Principal: Dr. Clinton Grant
Assistant Principal: Ms. Donna De Freitas
Dean of Students: Mr. John Cardone
Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 2:26 p.m.

 

Announcements

 


The Lonnie Kittle Wrestling Champions Deonte Wilson and Steven Moran

 

  

 

 


Field trip to The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on 11/19/15

Students enjoyed a performance of Of Mice and Men and had this wonderful "photo op" with actors.

 

 


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR VARSITY SOCCER TEAM ON WINNING
THE NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CLASS A SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP!

 

 


  AMHS Homecoming Floats

 

 

 


Students enrolled in Mrs. Kilfoil-Garofano, Mr. Fallot and Ms. Ellis's Earth Science classes attending a trip to Caumsett State Park. Students and teachers were guided by Professor Chris from Stony Brook University. Students explored the landscape of the North Shore of Long Island and discovered many types of rocks and fossils along the journey.

 

 

 


Amityville High School College Fair 2015

 

 


Amityville High School Pep Rally 2015

  

 

 


Amityville High School Welcomes our foreign exchange students, Nicolas Dognies from Belgium and Gabriell Castro De Carvalho from Brazil. They will be here until January

 

 

 


 Club Day 2015

 

 

 


Meet the Teacher's Night

 


 College Tour 2015

 

 

 


 College night and College Fair at SUNY Old Westbury

 


 

 

  

Tysheem Griffin has qualified to compete in the 2015 INAS Global Games in Ecuador at the end of September. The INAS Games takes place every four years and is a celebration of international competition and sportsmanship for nearly 1,000 elite athletes with intellectual disabilities from over 40 countries. We congratulate the Boys Track Coach Reynolds Hawkins and Tysheem Griffin and wish them all the best!



Amityville Memorial High School 2015 AP Scholars

"Congratulations, we are so proud of you!"

NAME GRADE LEVEL YEAR(S)
AP SCHOLARS WITH DISTINCTION 

 
Yundai Hu 12th Grade AP SCHOLARS WITH DISTINCTION
2015
Alexyss Robinson 12th Grade AP SCHOLARS WITH DISTINCTION
2015
       
AP SCHOLARS WITH HONOR       
Julia Wood 12th Grade AP SCHOLAR WITH HONOR  2015
Edward Friske 12th Grade AP SCHOLAR WITH HONOR (2014 & 2015)
       
AP SCHOLARS      
Andrew Abate 11th Grade AP SCHOLAR  2015
Ebony Derr 12th Grade AP SCHOLAR 2015
Aidan McGlone 12th Grade AP SCHOLAR 2015
Harshil Patel 11th Grade AP SCHOLAR 2015
Xavier Phillips 12th Grade AP SCHOLAR 2015
Josue Reyes 12th Grade AP SCHOLAR  (2014 & 2015)
Casey Terbaniesingh 11th Grade AP SCHOLAR 2015
Joselyn Umana 11th Grade AP SCHOLAR 2015

 


 

   

Amityville Memorial High School Recognized as National Breakthrough School by NASSP and Met-Life

Current News

High school promotes peace through the arts

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Amityville Memorial High School students joined together on Sept. 21 to celebrate the 2016 International Day of Peace, supporting the cause by forming a human peace sign on the school’s front lawn.

Partnering with organizations Peace One Day and Pinwheels for Peace, students from art classes, the National Art Honor Society and the Warriors Awareness Program, also known as the Wac Pac, took part in a 45-minute ceremony on a sunny morning. It was the seventh year that Amityville has participated in the international movement.

The program featured song and poetry performances by students, who also shared quotes about peace from historical figures. The Wac Pac, under the direction of advisor Jason McGowan, presented five peace rocks to students and staff, which will be then be passed on to others throughout the year in a “pay it forward” program to reward those who perform acts of kindness.

After a performance of “God Bless America” by Christian Bethea, Shanice Jacobs and Tyler Gil, and a moment of silence, students and teachers placed the colorful pinwheels they made on the lawn in the shape of a peace sign.

Art teacher Jayne Grasso, one of the organizers of the program, said the purpose was to teach students about tolerance and acceptance, while reminding them that their actions can make the world a better place. “This gives them an opportunity to take a stand and show that they can make a difference,” she said. “It’s a great way to start the year.”



High School Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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The auditorium at Amityville Memorial High School was full of energy on Sept. 15, as the school kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month with flair. The entire student body gathered to celebrate Spanish culture through song, dance and video presentations.

The Hispanic Heritage Club performed a flag dance, paying tribute to the many nations with significant Latino populations. A video featured famous Hispanics in history, including politicians, scientists and entertainers.

Drawing the biggest ovation from students was a performance by singer Raffi, who highlighted different types of Spanish music such as salsa and tango, while accompanied by student dancers. For his last of five songs, he invited all students and teachers up front to dance along.

The program was organized by the Hispanic Heritage Club under the direction of guidance counselor Maria Leon-Piñeros and Spanish teacher Elisa Castro. They said the goal was to celebrate an energetic culture with a dynamic and informative assembly.

Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, will be celebrated during assembly programs at other schools throughout the Amityville Union Free School District. At the high school, there will also be class discussions about different Hispanics who have made significant contributions in the United States.

Sunday, September 25, 2016