October Accolades for HS

  • Sayville High School 

    October Accolades

    While, 95% of the Class of 2014 went on to further their education in higher education, 74% went on to study at a four-year college or university, and 21% went on to study at a two-year college.   


    Art Department

    Empty bowls raised over S1,350 and Halloween Window Painting was a great success.


    English Department

    We are revising summer reading assignments.  Future assignments will be interdisciplinary, content-rich reading passages.  


    Guidance Department is:

    • Working feverishly with Early Action and Early Decision applications, polishing letters, revising essays, etc..
    • Preparing for our resurrected Career Day on November 18th
    • Meeting with dozens of college admissions counselors,
    • Finalizing our Sr. Parent Conferences, helping students and families negotiate the college application process

    LOTE Department have ONE MORE DAY in NYC

    Do you hear the people sing? Madame Richter’s French 5 Honors class journeyed into Manhattan to see a performance of Les Misérables at the Imperial Theater.  The students thoroughly enjoyed the performance and had a wonderful afternoon en ville! This trip is used as a springboard to continue the study of French history.


    Math Department

    The Sayville HS Mathletes competed in their first competition this week.  The team was led by top overall scorer Matthew Tomko with a score of 3.  Congratulations to the whole team on their strong showing and good luck the rest of the season.


    Music Department

    On October 19th, Sayville High School Junior Nick Burkel made his Carnegie Hall solo debut with the New York Concerti-Sinfoietta Orchestra.

    Over the summer, Nick performed in a concerto competition sponsored by this orchestra and won a First Place Award which included a scholarship and a performance with the orchestra in Carnegie Hall.

    Nick’s performance of the First Movement of the Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No. 1 was absolutelybeautiful, earning him a tremendous ovation from the audience.


    Reviews of the performance were equally outstanding. The Epoch Times wrote: 

    “Burkel's  performance was distinguished by incendiary temperament, well-articulated bowings... His exuberant approach, with double stops blessedly in tune, evidenced a thorough command of his instrument.”

    We are so proud of Nick's achievements and are looking forward to hearing more from this extremely talented young man!


    Physical Education Department

    Sayville High School Leaders Club will be sending 40 students to Amityville High School on November 6th for the first part of a cultural exchange program between the two schools.


    Science Department

    Sayville High School’s Astronomical Society hosted its first Astronomy Night on October 29th in the Middle School Planetarium.  About ten high school students, in grades 10 through 12, orchestrated an evening for approximately forty elementary and middle school students, which included a star-gazing show and making their own constellation viewers. 

    Technology/Business Departments

    Mr Carbocci's Advanced materials Processing class proudly showing off their Hardwood jewelry boxes. Each student designed his or her own jewelry box with contrasting hardwoods, various joinery, drawers and unique tops comprised of different hardwoods.

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